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Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore is the First Healing Centre of its kind in the world. It is a residential integrative medical centre that treats the person with a holistic approach.Soukya Health Resort, Bangaloreoffers different Systems of Medicine SUCH AS Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Naturopathy and a wide range of Complementary Therapies SUCH AS Yoga, Acupuncture, Reflexology, Acupressure, etc in a single facility. We host guests from over 40 nationalities who often come on repeat visits.

Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore is located on thirty acres of beautifully cultivated land in the countryside east of  Bangalore, less than half an hour from the airport. Nine major structures are built around an oval, the centre of which is filled with lawns, flowers, trees and a symbolic Open Portal that encourages an open heart, mind and soul. These nine buildings at Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore– the medical centre, the administrative centre, the yoga hall, the therapy centre, the dining hall, and the four residential clusters are all built in the South Indian traditional style, making use of as many local and handmade materials as possible. All buildings are ground-level structures, helping the body to connect at all times with the magnetic force of the earth.

Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore has been designed with functionality and aesthetics in mind. From the fountains to the main structures, from the gardens to the orchards, all attempts have been made to retain as much of  nature as possible. The foliage, perennial plants and flowers that require less water and maintenance are of many different colours. Avenues of flowering trees have also been planted to ensure flowers throughout the year.


Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore - TEAM

Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore owned and managed by world renowned holistic health consultant Dr. Issac
Mathai M.D.(Hom),M.R.C.H. (Lond) and his wife, Suja Issac M.Sc.,M.Phil.(Foods & Nutrition), a nutritionist who both stay at the Centre. They have a great team of doctors qualified in Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Naturopathy and Western Allopathic consultants. Well trained therapists and hospitality staff make the stay an ‘at home’ experience.

Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore is a family-run organisation headed by Dr. Issac Mathai M.D., a holistic physician who is an internationally renowned holistic health consultant. He is the Chairman, Managing and Medical Director and his wife, Mrs. Suja Issac M.Sc., M.Phil. (Foods & Nutrition) is the Executive Director. They are personally involved with the running of Soukya and also live with their family on the property.

Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore team consists of consultants and doctors from different systems of medicine, therapists and visiting national and international specialists. He is backed by an International Advisory Board, which is headed by Dr. R.M. Varma, India's eminent neurosurgeon.

Facilities at Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore

SWAGATH (‘Welcome’) & SAMPOORNA (‘Whole’)

Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore - The spacious administration and medical buildings face each other and are built
in an identical style. The granite on the composite masonry walls was procured locally. The traditional country roof tiles, which are no longer made, were specially handmade and baked for SOUKYA. They are laid on a waterproofed roof made of panels of terracotta tiles laid on handmade cement rafters. The floor tiles, designed especially for SOUKYA, are modeled on those laid at St. Xavier’s Church in Cochin by the Portuguese over 400 years ago. Both buildings have the South Indian traditional inner courtyards which provide natural lighting and ventilation. The fountains and fish pool lend a serene effect to the place. The administration building (‘Swagath’) houses the reception area, offices, the pharmacy, the telecom business centre and a gift shop. The medical building (‘Sampoorna’) houses the doctors’ offices and a library.

SHANTHI (‘Peace’)

Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore - The yoga and meditation hall is an open-air circular structure based on the concept of the traditional mud-walled thatched roof hut. The low-rise mud walls were plastered by hand, and the handmade black oxide floor absorbs negative energy. The whole structure is covered by a large conical roof that is one of the largest in India to be secured without a central support. This leaves the interior entirely free of obstructions. The intricate waterproof grass roof rests on bamboo rafters and is made by the master craftsmen of Tamil Nadu. There is room for 32 people to practice yoga with the instructor on the raised ethnic stage. This platform is also used for cultural activities and meetings. Gujarati artisans adorned the stage with traditional mirror and colored glasswork. The centrepiece is a bright yellow sun on an electrifying blue sky with mirrors that reflect like stars. The earthy stage walls are adorned with the exquisite papermache craft work that represent the rising and setting of the sun and the trees. To enter the yoga and meditation hall, one walks on large flat stones over and through a fishpond with a bamboo fountain and lotus flowers. The encircling flowing water soothes the mind as the guests go into meditation. The two rooms at the back for one-to-one yoga sessions feature a bamboo deck that overlooks a small pond with lotuses, enclosed by lemongrass and golden bamboo. These two rooms (with corresponding washrooms) serve as “green” rooms or dressing rooms during cultural programmes.

SHALA (‘Healing Abode’)
Therapy Walk
at Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore
The therapy centre has separate but identical male and female areas that mirror each other. The comfortable waiting area is centrally located and shared by both sides, with a view of the medical herbs and plants that are growing, as well as the Gujarati mirror and glass artwork that adorns the exterior of the building on the theme of the ‘Tree of Life’. The earthy red colour of the walls is common in villages here and is traditionally believed to absorb the sun’s energy into the building. Upon entering the centre, one can meet with the physicians in the consultation room and then proceed to the spacious locker room, located next to the showers and toilets in the treatment section. Each side has massage rooms for various types of massage, as well as for specialised Ayurvedic treatments and a large section with individual rooms devoted to specific hydrotherapy treatments: circular and horizontal jets, immersion baths, deluxe underwater massage, colonics, whirlpool jacuzzis and spinal, hip, arm and footbaths. The rooms have ample natural light and ventilation for maximum comfort. There is also an outdoor color therapy area and mud pack area, followed by a freestanding and traditionally decorated Turkish bath.







SADYA (‘Feast’) Swim
Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore - The dining hall is divided into four main spaces: The spacious dining area has views of SOUKYA and its gardens, which are especially lovely in the evening, when the lamps that border the walkways are lit. There is also an informal salad and juice area with comfortable seating where guests can take refreshments, read, socialise, or simply relax and enjoy the view. The ample and modern kitchen at the back provides easy access to the dining areas. The gaming area to the side has a billiards table, table tennis and a carom board. Sit-down games include chess, solitaire and knots and crosses. Just next to the gaming area, an outdoor acupressure walkway connects the shower area to the elegant full-size swimming pool. The organic shape and design of the pool, partially shaded in the afternoon by overarching trees, were designed for maximum safety by maintaining a consistent depth of 4 feet. There are also outdoor volleyball and shuttle courts.

AYURVEDA & PANCHAKARMA at Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore

An ancient traditional system of medicine, Ayurveda is considered to be the oldest system of health care, with literature going back 5000 years and an oral tradition that is much older. This healing system has been practiced in daily life in India for more than 5000 years.

'Ayur' means 'Life' and 'Veda' means 'Science'. Thus Ayurveda is the 'Science of Life'.

In Ayurveda, health is a state of spiritual and physical attainment. It is a medical, metaphysical healing life science - the mother of all healing arts. The practice of ayurveda is designed to promote human happiness, health and creative growth. It is the science of daily living and this system of knowledge evolved from the sage’s practical, philosophical and religious illumination which was rooted in their understanding of the creation. Ayurveda helps the healthy person to maintain health and the diseased person to regain health.

The body is made up of Tridoshas (Tri' means 'Three' and 'Doshas' mean 'Humours') - Vata is Air, Pitta is Fire and Kapha is Water. Good health means a normalcy in the Tridoshas, balance of metabolic, systemic and excretory functions, all five senses and in the mind and spirit.

There are 7 constitutional doshas and each individual falls into any one of these categories at Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore: They are-

* Vata
* Pitta
* Kapha
* Vata-Pitta
* Pitta-Kapha
* Kapha-Vata
* Vata-Pitta-Kapha

Vata is predominant in Old age, Pitta in the Middle age and Kapha in Childhood. According to the season, Kapha is predominant early morning, Pitta in the afternoon and Vata late at night. For good health, each person has to maintain the balance of their doshas and not aggravate it and an imbalance in them is the cause of illness. It is thus essential to identify one's body type and follow dietary regimes according to the seasonal regimes to maintain optimum health. Ayurvedic treatment helps to restore this imbalance without any side effects. This helps in several conditions including liver disorders, strokes, mental and muscular dystrophy, rheumatic and chronic conditions.



Spa-like Ayurvedic massages can cause health problems.
Authentic ayurvedic massages are done by therapists of the same sex as the patient.
A lot of medicated oil is used in the massage, chosen by a qualified, experienced doctor.
The strokes of the massage are invigorating.
The massage is ideally done with two therapists simultaneously.
The massage covers the entire body except the groin.

AYURVEDIC ABHYANGA(MASSAGE) at Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore:
The Ayurvedic doctor selects the ayurvedic oils based on your body type which is used in the massage. In addition to the beneficial effects of massage which reduces stress, improves circulation and relaxes taut muscles, these ayurvedic oils have a rejuvenating effect as they also help eliminate impurities. They also reduce hair-loss and dandruff, condition the scalp, and improve sleep and eyesight. This kind of oleation serves as an absolute preventive measure against many ailments related to the Vata dosha.

The massage is more effective when done by 2 therapists. There is a lot of oil used in the massage and these massages are done man-man and woman-woman only.

It is the massage of the legs below the knees which improves circulation to the extremities, is beneficial for diabetics, increases joint mobility and muscle tightness and is useful in destressing.

Shiro means head and dhara is a steady flow of warm ayurvedic oil which is specially selected by the ayurvedic doctor. Dhara can also be done with other ingredients like buttermilk, but they are specifically chosen as per the condition. Shirodhara involves a continuous stream of oil that is gently swayed on the forehead which completely relaxes the nervous system and calms the mind. It is very beneficial in conditions like hypertension, anxiety, insomnia and psychiatric problems and also is effective for paralysis, senile dementia and other neurological disorders and improves the memory as well.

Finely chopped herbal leaves and herbal powders are warmed in medicated oil and bundled in a poultice which is used for the fomentation massage. In cases of rheumatism and other diseases, fomentation in the affected area brings great relief. Ellakizhi promotes better circulation, relieves stress, and treats osteo-arthritis. It is also ministered to those with spondylosis and sports injuries resulting from soft tissue inflammations and joint pains.

This specialised massage uses ayurvedic powders or churnas to help reduce obesity, impart mobility to the joints and strengthen muscles. The most promising benefit is an all over slimming and toning effect on the body.

A linen bag filled with churna (medicated powder) is used for fomentation, the duration of which varies according to disease conditions. This is effective for ailments due to Vata and Kapha disorders as it produces a therapeutic sweat, which relieves neurological disorders, rheumatism and arthritis.

This is a special Ayurvedic treatment to set right the degenerative changes in the retina and lens of the eyes, to strengthen the optic nerve, ciliary muscles, and to correct the refractive errors in diabetic retinopathy, etc.

Application of medicated paste on the crown of the head is called Thalam. Thalams are of various types according to the nature of the ailment.

This is a palliative treatment for ailments in the head region. It is good for diseases affecting the cranial nerves due to Vata disorders. The treatment is named after the folded piece of cloth used to cover the crown called the pichu.

This is a traditional Kerala Ayurvedic treatment meant for disorders of facial nerve and different neurological disorders of facial muscles. This is very important in treating facial palsy.

It involves holding warm ayurvedic oils on the affected areas, that help immensely in cases of lower back problems, cervical problems, arthritic knees and in cases of hypertension and cardiac related conditions.

* Kati Vasti This is a special ayurvedic treatment for lower backache or sciatica of different etiology. Warm ayurvedic oil is held on affected area on the lumbosacral region.
* Greva Vasti This is a special ayurvedic treatment for different kinds of neck complaints including cervical spondylitis, I.V. disc prolapses, arthrosis, etc.
* Janu Vasti This is a special ayurvedic treatment for the knee joint conditions like arthritis, tendon injuries, sprain, etc.
* Hrud Vasti This is a special ayurvedic treatment for a variety of heart diseases including angina pectoris,


Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore - The secret of beauty, according to Ayurveda, is Ojas – the subtle quality of vigour or vitality, which is the superfine essence of the seven dhatus. If one stays healthy in body, mind and spirit, one’s Ojas stay strong and this force creates a radiant inner self and a beautiful outer self.

However, for enhancing physical beauty, Ayurveda recommends a number of time-honoured natural treatments.

This treatment includes procedures like cleansing, massage, herbal steam, gentle scrub, nutrifiying packs, toning, rejuvenating and moisturizing. This is done with combination of ayurvedic herbs based on the constitution, and fresh fruits and vegetables according to skin types. This nourishes the skin by providing vitamins and minerals and rejuvenating the pores. The pack heals and lightens scars, evens out the color tone, soothes and moisturizes the skin and makes the skin soft and supple. It also stimulates the deepest layer of the skin to make healthy new growth.


Ayurveda, from time immemorial focussed on anti-aging and rejuvenation programmes to prevent disease process and to maintain an optimum healthy state. This is recommended for anyone above the age of 40 for 14-21 days anually and any one above 60 years for 21 days anually. This programme consists of different Panchakarma and other special Ayurvedic programmes based on the person's health and body constitution.

An elaborate description of this process of revitalization has been described in the classical texts. According to Charaka, this miraculous change can be brought about if one goes through a prescribed 6-month course of rejuvenation. But this rigorous and disciplined process of classical Ayurvedic rejuvenation is virtually impossible in modern times.

The Ayurvedic Rejuvenatory treatment practised today is called Panchakarma.

PANCHAKARMA at Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore
Panchakarma therapy is performed in 3 stages:

* Purvakarma – preparatory procedures that help the body discard the toxins present in the stomach and tissues and help facilitate the toxins to move to the alimentary canal.
* Pradhanakarma – main treatment which is designed as per each individual’s needs
* Paschatkarma – post treatment care includes the diet regimen and the other dos and don’ts.

‘Pancha’ means ‘five’ and ‘karma’ means ‘action.’ This five-fold purification therapy aims at correcting the imbalance of the doshas - Vata, Pitta, Kapha in order to maintain their inherent equilibrium. During each season of the year, one or more of the doshas accumulate, which causes an imbalance and makes the body prone to illness. It involves five cleansing procedures:

* VAMANA - inducing vomiting specially for kapha related illnesses like asthma, coughs, chronic colds, psoriasis, acne, arthritis, diabetes and other kapha disorders. This is a painless, drug-induced emetic process.
* VIRECHANA - inducing purgation specially for elimination of Pita related toxins from the body. Here, drugs that stimulate bowel movements are induced for the expulsion of excess Pita.
* NASYA - nasal cleansing by the application of medical oils or powders. The nostrils are considered the Doorway to the Brain and nasal application of oils is helpful in conditions like allergic sinusitis, migraines and epilepsy. If the Nasya therapy has been carried out effectively, Kapha related toxins from the paranasal sinuses are eliminated and the region nourished. Due to this, the patient feels great relief in the head and clarity of the sense organs. Breathing becomes completely unobstructed which gives sound sleep at night. Olfactory improvement is also felt. Nasya is excellent for chronic sinusitis, headaches, throat diseases, chronic colds, chest congestion, epilepsy, catarrh, migraine, voice constraint, eye diseases and cervical spondilitis.
* VASTI - medicated enema is particularly good for alleviating excess Vata. Vasti’s effects are directly felt in the colon, the prime abode of the Vata. With the application of a series of purifying and nourishing Vastis, the morbid doshas and other toxins trapped for long in the tissues are eliminated. This restores the equilibrium of the humours. Vasti is good for spleen disorders, colic, calculus, kidney stones and many other diseases due to a Vata disorder. It helps in chronic constipation, low back pain, rheumatoid arthritis, obesity, sciatica, various neurological disorders like multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, dystrophy and atrophy of nerves and muscles. -Sneha Vasti – enema using medicated oil which remains in the colon and rectum for a short period of time to absorb the toxins and eliminate them out of the body.
* NIROOHA VASTI – enema using a special combination of herbal decoctions, paste, powders and oils. It has an effect on the nervous system to help eliminate the imbalances in Vata.
RAKTHAMOKSHANA – to remove impurities from the blood through leech therapy or other methods.

This 5-fold treatment during Panchakarma has not only been intended for elimination of disease-causing toxins but also to replenish the tissues with nourishment. This is why it is often termed as Rejuvenation Therapy.

This therapy also combats neurological ailments like paralysis, arthritis, rheumatism, dermatological problems, and mental disorders.

SPECIAL AYURVEDIC TREATMENTS at Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore

This exotic massage is a signature treatment of SOUKYA, the special protocol being developed here.

After application of the ayurvedic oil based on your body type, the hot lava stones are used to massage your body. Excellent for tired and aching muscles and to destress the body making you feel lighter than ever. It relieves spasms of the muscles by improving the circulation. It also tones the muscles, relaxes the nerves, helps mobilize fat in a mild way and removes the stiffness from the joints and improves posture.

An intensive treatment that works on neuro muscular tissues, strengthens the nervous system and tones the body. The strong and vigorous massages with deep pressure used in the strokes helps the very stressed body and also helps in weight loss. It tones the muscles and helps to get rid off deep seated toxins.

‘Pizhi’ means ‘Squeezing’ and ‘Chil’ means ‘Vigorous movement.’ It is a procedure of squeezing large quantities of warm medicated oil all over the body with one hand and massaging with the other hand. When administered many times in succession is found to alleviate pains and is very invigorating. This is a unique contribution of Kerala. It has also been proved to be highly effective on its own for treating diseases caused due to vitiation of the Vata humour, especially hemiplegia, paralysis, muscle spasms and other degenerative diseases affecting the muscles. This massage protects you from illnesses and builds up your immunity for a healthy life. It is very useful for rheumatic diseases, sexual weakness, blood pressure, nerve weakness and helps to arrest the ageing process.

A bolus of Navara or Shastika rice cooked with milk and herbal decoctions is made into a fist-sized bundle called a kizhi which is used for fomentation. This is done after the application of medicated oil over the whole body and this induces a sweat. It has its proven efficacy and indicated in muscular disorders, neurological anomalies from paralysis to neuralgias, emaciation, and blood related disorders. This in healthy individuals gives a sedation effect, improves blood circulations and metabolism, makes body feels lighter and relaxed. It makes skin soft and gives special luster and glow. It is used not only as part of Panchakarma but also as an effective treatment for many diseases due to Vata disorders. This strengthening formulation helps combat neurological disorders, rheumatism, arthritis, and malnutrition of limbs.

This is the application of herbal preparations in paste over the hairy part of the head for 30 to 60 minutes.
Ingredients of the paste vary according to the nature of the ailment. This is helpful in treating sleep disorders, headache, herriplegia, facial paralysis, trigeminal neuralgia, hair falling, premature graying, dandruff, etc.

It is a kind of immersion bath where the patient is made to sweat while sitting in a tub filled with a specific warm medical decoction for the whole body or different parts of the body like the hips or feet. This is good for rheumatism, painful urination, hernia, lower backache, arthritis, etc.

An exotic facial using fresh, natural beauty enhancing herbs like milk cream, curd, mint, honey, turmeric and various other ayurvedic herbs. The fresh herbs rejuvenate the skin and the aromas relax the mind. It also helps remove scars, improves the complexion and it soothes and moisturizes the skin.

A complete facial procedure using a combination of ayurvedic herbs and the highly nourishing and detoxifying mud from the Dead Sea. The high mineral content of the mud is what makes it so effective in detoxifying and rejuvenating the skin by improving the flow of nutrients to the skin surface.


The root for the word Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word ‘Yuj’ which means the Union. Here it means the Union of the Mind, Body and Spirit, also the Union of Oneself with the Universal Self. This holistic science emphasises that this Union is necessary for a person seeking good health and well-being. Sage Patanjali is considered as the Father of Yoga. He formulated the Astanga Yoga – the Yoga with 8 paths which is widely practised today.

Yoga is particularly of importance in today’s life to prevent and cure diseases – the so-called psychosomatic diseases – the cause of which is mainly from the

mind. In today’s life of Stress, Yoga thus acquires an imminent role.

The parts of Yoga that are mainly used in therapeutics are the Asanas, Pranayamas, Meditation, Kriyas and Relaxation techniques.

* Helps maintain the suppleness and flexibility of the muscles and joints
* Has a deeper effect on the tendons, ligaments, blood vessels, lymphatics and the nerves
* Brings about a co-ordination of mind and body movements
* Helps create an appreciation of the finer movements
* Improves the sharpness of the senses
* Helps us be aware and improve our breathing
* Helps us have a positive attitude and lighter approach
* Helps regulate digestion, respiratory rate and heart rate
* Improves memory, concentration and intelligence through Pranayamas and Meditation
* Helps cleanse our nostrils, upper respiratory passages, eyes through Kriyas


A set of 12 postures which completely fulfils the purpose of Yoga. The 12 postures are designed in such a way as to exercise each and every muscle group and joints in the body. It strengthens and stretches the entire body. Specific breathing is indispensable while performing the sequence. The pattern is such that the movements and the breathing are in perfect rhythm as in a dance sequence.


These are the physical postures in Yoga. Asanas help us in culturing the body entirely, focussing on the different muscle groups, joints, tendons ligaments and the soft tissues, apart from the nerves and blood vessels. Asanas also bring about a co-ordination of the mind with the body as there is total awareness to each and every slight body movement along with focus on breathing.


There is a set of Asanas designed for improving the breath. Here each movement is followed closely with inhalation and exhalation. Care is taken to expand the lungs and relax the muscles assisting breathing and thereby improving the lung capacity.


These are the purificatory techniques in Yoga, mainly cleansing of the nostrils, sinuses, eyes, digestive system and the excretory system through very simple means.
Kriyas also help strengthen the nerves, sharpen the memory, strengthen the glands as well as purify them. Different methods include:

* Jalaneti
* Sutraneti
* Vamanadhouthi
* Sankhaprakshalana… etc


It is a continuous concentration of the mind on an object / sound / thought. This is the state where the person forgets one’s physical self and focuses one’s entire energy on the object of meditation which helps attain a blissful state and reach one’s innermost potential.

We have several Meditation techniques like:

Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore - TRANSFORMATION MEDITATION

It’s basis lies in the theory that stress, a negative thought in the mind has a great negative impact on the body so as to cause illnesses of the cardia, respiratory system, locomotor organs, etc. Any positive suggestion to the mind can reverse the negativity and bring about a positive change in the body and also create positivity in the entire self.


Here we focus on the 7 chakras running through the Sushuma Nadi, their characteristics and functions. We try to energise these chakras and dissipate their energies to the systems corresponding.


Meditating on the positive energies of the first sound that evolved in this universe, thereby building positivity within us and in our surroundings.


Simple procedures of focussing entirely on our breath without interfering with it. Noticing the effects of breathing – its subtleness and the changes it brings about in our system.


Various techniques to focus on our body and breathing and thereby realizing the lightness and freshness in our body and mind. It involves suggesting the different parts of our body to relax by focusing fully on that region and sending positive suggestions. The various techniques are:

* Shavasana
* Deep Relaxation techniques
* Instant Relaxation techniques


This is Yogic Sleep. Through this technique one attains the benefits of sleep without actually falling asleep. The mind and body is taken is taken to a state as in sleep through continuous suggestions and focus.


This is a gentle martial art that involves a combination of meditation and flowing exercises to help improve the health of the body and mind. With regular practice it can relieve stress and improve metabolism and the immune system.

Accommodation at Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore

Soukya Bangalore comprises of 16 rooms including 4 suites and 12 deluxe rooms. All the rooms are most beautifully adorned with all the modern life facilities. When it comes to dining specializes in serving mouth-watering vegetarian and eggetarian delicacies. The restaurant at Soukya Bangalore serves the prescribed diet to the guests availing the spa treatments. It should be noted that smoking and liquor is strictly prohibited inside Soukya Bangalore.

SADAN (‘Home’)

Accommodation includes spacious cottages and deluxe rooms, all of which are designed to make the guest feel at home. All rooms have a garden attached where one could practice yoga or sunbathe. All rooms are tastefully decorated in a style that combines the best of tradition with contemporary flourishes.

The two-bedroom cottages (which can also be used independently as a suite and deluxe room) have a living and dining room with a private garden. Silk and cotton curtains adorn the rooms and the furniture includes handmade four-poster beds in the suites. There is a separate dressing area with room for luggage. The large bathrooms have separate bathtub and shower areas. The suite bathroom has stone steps that lead to an outdoor shower between banana trees for a romantic moonlight bath. Treatments can be done in the suite bathroom if necessary.

Deluxe Suite
The deluxe rooms have private gardens and outdoor decks for sunbathing or yoga. They also have separate dressing areas and spacious bathrooms with separate bathtub and
shower areas. Powerful pneumatic pumps provide good water pressure for showers, and the automatic switchover generator ensures power 24 hours a day. Hot water is supplied in large part by SOUKYA’s solar water installation.

The entire grounds are planted with flowers, flowering shrubs, and trees and attract many colorful varieties of butterflies and birds. Signs provide those who use the trail with the names of the various shrubs and trees that can be seen along the way. Organic vegetable gardens and fruit orchards enhance the beauty of the grounds and provide the kitchens with much of the food prepared for meals. The entire property is protected by a substantial fence, and both the visitor’s gate and the service entrance are guarded twenty-four hours a day by professional security staff. A 2.2-kilometer walking and jogging trail encircles the whole property and runs along the inside perimeter of the surrounding fences. There are also opportunities for cycling, and walks to two nearby villages can be taken with the accompaniment of SOUKYA staff.


The food at the Soukya Health Resort, Bangalore is basically low on fat, salt and spice. The holistic health centre has a fixed menu, for those taking treatments at the centre are served prescribed diet


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