CAM (Complementary Alternate Medicine)


Dosha Analysis

Understanding your body constitution or dosha means understanding yourself. Our inhouse Doctor can determine one’s body constitution or dosha based on physical, emotion, mental and behavioural characteristics and plan treatments to suit one’s health. Balancing the body type will leave you refreshed and rejuvenated, with a sense of peace and happiness

Oil massages

Oil massages are one of the key therapy in Ayurvedic therapy. These massages are channelled throughout our body and take care a wide variety of ailments including fatigue, strengthening of the nervous system, improving eyesight, nourishing the bodily tissues, and giving flexibility to your everyday needs. The biggest positive trend is that it can benefit your sleep patterns and can normalize sleep. The oils used have been scientifically proven to be rejuvenating and are hugely beneficial to your body, mind, and soul. at the same time that nourishes the skin and relaxes the mind. We use different medicated oils for better resultsleave you refreshed and rejuvenated, with a sense of peace and happiness.

Herbal medicines

Ayurvedic herbs are being focused worldwide for its effect on overall wellness and prevention rather than treating a disease or ailment once it arises. We use pure and high quality locally available herbs which are natural and plant derived substances that are used to prevent and treat illness

Herbal wraps

Ayurveda offers a treasure trove in skin care and anti-aging herbs and treatments. It has several anti-aging formulations that are completely natural. The ayurvedic wraps are based on centuries old ayurvedic therapies that support balance and bliss in life which are revitalizing and we use specific oils and herbs chosen to provide optimum balance and nourishment for skin and mind-body constitution

Preventive and curative medicine

At Namami, our Ayurveda, the study of the science of life, offers natural, preventive and curative measures to facilitate optimal physical, mental and spiritual well-being. The preventive component emphasizes the need for a strict code of personal and social hygiene, the details of which depend upon individual, climatic, and environmental needs. Bodily exercises, oil massages, the use of herbal preparations, form a part of the remedial measures. The curative aspects of Ayurveda involve the use of herbal medicines, external preparation and diet. It is a principle of Ayurveda that the preventive and therapeutic measures be adapted to the personal requirements of each individual



Naturopathy is based on the principle of five elements and its uses treatments from natural sources such as water to improve well-bing as well as to address specific illness. The cold, warm and hot forms of water have tremendous effect on human health. We use special bath treatments such as hip bath, spinal bath and different packs to suit individual and health needs


Localised packs are effective for joint pain and muscular pain. Mustard pack, castor oil pack to address muscular and digestive issues and other localised packs such as chest pack, abdomen packs to improve localised function

Colon hydrotherapy

Colon Hydrotherapy, also known as colon cleansing, a colonic, or colonic irrigation is a procedure in which large amounts of water are flushed through the colon in order to support detoxification, boost energy, relieve abdominal pain and support the immune system. Colon Hydrotherapy can regenerate parts of the large intestine by flushing out harmful bacteria and yeast fungi. This can have a healing effect on the overall digestive tract.

Manipulative therapies

We offer different oil massage like Swedish, deep tissue, hot stone, etc including therapeutic massages like lymphatic drainage, che nei tsang, etc for better well-being

Nutritive diet

A low calorie, healthy and natural driven diet which has the right proportion of macro and micro nutrient rich meals are provided for better protection from illness as well as to address specific health conditions. We emphasize to consume locally and seasonally available fruits and vegetables.

Balanced Nutrition

A diet that contains an adequate quantity of the nutrients that we require in a day.  A balanced nutritive diet includes six main nutrients, i.e. Fats, Protein, Carbohydrates, Fibre, Vitamins, and Minerals. The requirements of the nutrients depend on the age, gender, and health of a person which is very crucial to provide good physical and mental health and increases the ability to fight or resist diseases.

Cooking workshop

Research shows that meals made at home are lower in calories, fat, sugar, and sodium than foods made elsewhere. Cooking and eating foods at home can also increase communication among family members. Our specially designed healthy cooking workshop brings individuals and families back into the kitchen, where they can create healthy, economical, and easy-to-prepare meals and help choosing a nutrient-dense foods and beverages at appropriate calorie levels across and within all food groups.

Wellness/Healthy cuisines

Enjoy the delicious and nutritious cuisines from across the globe, diet therapies on some special medical conditions to promote optimum health. We serve food to seduce your senses and satisfies your tastebuds as well as to contribute your body’s incredible natural healing process. This vision is deliciously made real in our two restaurants.

Low calorie meals

Recent research done on humans indicates that calorie-restricted diets can slow down the aging process and increase longevity. Our specially crafted recipes will help improve mood and even defend against age-related diseases that ravage the body as well as to potentially increase the life span.

Macro and micronutrient rich diet

Macronutrients (Carbohydrates, protein and fats in larger amounts) and micronutrients (vitamins and minerals in smaller amounts) are the nutrients your body needs to promote growth and development and regulate bodily processes. We need macronutrients to help with energy and we need micronutrients to help our body be healthy and digest those macronutrients. Our diet and recipes itself will create an awareness and understanding of the different types of nutrients in foods, the effects they have on your body, and how to incorporate them into your diet, makes it easier to live a healthy, balanced lifestyle

Low oil recipes

Our “low oil recipes” are ideal for people who are trying to lose weight or for those who are on a low fat diet due to various health reasons. Moreover we have not just eliminated oil from the recipes but also given them a healthy touch by adding ingredients like brown rice instead of white rice, whole wheat flour instead of maida, refined oils replaced with healthy oils like extra virgin coconut oil and olive oil and so on.


Body assessment and correction

The ability to move your body provides the foundation for the ability to perform physical fitness activities, work and athletic tasks, and basic activities of daily living. Our trained Physiotherapist will assess postural deviations, imbalances, muscle weaknesses, or any other faults in the movement patterns which could be causing pain or discomfort tom identify the areas of weakness or stiffness to be treated

Fitness sessions

Fitness sessions at Namami involves movements prescribed to correct impairments, restore muscular and skeletal function and/or maintain a state of well-being. Our exercise program includes aerobic, resistance, flexibility, and neuromotor exercise training which are indispensable to improve and maintain physical fitness and health


Our non-invasive and non-addictive treatment such as TENS, Ultrasound, Interferential delivers small, pulsating current to muscles and nerve endings to strengthen, relax and thus relieves pain and recommended for pain management, neuromuscular dysfunction, improves joint mobility, repairs body tissues, etc

Pain management and Mobility improvement

Our skilled Physiotherapists use various forms of exercise as a therapeutic modality along with electrotherapy to promote and restore normal function of all bodily systems and primary pain management tool as well. The  physical therapy involves a number of different types of pain management methods, including manipulation of joints and bones by using hands or tools on soft tissue. Cold laser therapy to alleviate inflammation and pain.



The word yoga was first mentioned in the oldest sacred texts, the Rig Veda. The word “Yoga” or “Yog” comes from the Sanskrit root ‘yuj’ which means “to yoke” or “to unite”, common meanings include “joining” or “uniting”, and related ideas such as ‘union’ and “conjunction” (Apte, 1965). In the spiritual sense, Yoga means union of the mind with the divine intelligence of the universe.

The term Yogasana consist of two Sanskrit words; Yoga and Asana. Asanas helps one to recognise and still the mind through posture-based physical fitness, stress relief and relaxation techniques.


Today, more and more people from different walks of life are opting for Yoga. Yoga is more than Asanas. It’s a complete lifestyle that promotes holistic health. Prana is the vital component that sustains life. “Pran” mean bio-energy and “ayama” means to control or regulation. There are various types of Pranayama, and their benefits in daily life are unlimited.

Daily pranayama trains the lungs and improves the capacity of respiratory system immensely. Pranayama directly works on the nervous system and positively affects autonomic nervous system which controls and governs essential functions of the body like the heart rate, respiration and blood pressure etc.


When Dharana is done for a long period of time it becomes Dhyana or meditation. Dhyana is more of going from focusing of external object to the internal focusing for example training mind to focus on heartbeat, breathe etc. Also, through the practice of guided mediation, music mediation and object mediation this quintessential concept of training mind to remain without thoughts for a long period of time, relaxes the mind and promotes wellbeing.


Ancient Hatha Yoga texts elaborate greatly on this subject of purification. If there be excess of fat or phlegm in the body, the six kinds of Kriyas (duties) should be performed first. The six kinds of Kriyas are: Dhauti, Basti, Neti, Trataka, Nauli and Kapala Bhati. These Kriyas increase the range of adaptability of the tissues forming various organs and systems and raise the threshold of their reactivity. Kriyas bring control on different reflexes and establish psychosomatic balance. These Kriyas are for the care of internal and external organs like ear, nose, eyes, sinuses, the oesophagus, intestines etc. With the help of these Kriyas, pathogenic metabolites are eliminated from the vital organs and the body is kept free from disease.

Yoga Therapy for specific conditions:

Practical application through Yogic management of each disease on the basis of Diet, specific day to day care in that condition, relevant Asanas, Pranayamas and Kriyas; Modification and demonstration of Techniques as per the Age and Body limitations in regards specific disease. Along with developing proper mental attitude to manage the health conditions in a simple yet in an effective way.