Get Stronger Immunity Through Ayurvedic Massage in Bangalore

Ayurvedic Massage in Bangalore

Try Ayurvedic Massage at the best spa in Bangalore and have a stronger immunity to fight against illness.

We are constantly exposed to toxins and germs in our everyday life. Infections caused by microorganisms like bacteria, fungi or virus can make us seriously ill. However, we do not fall sick each time we are exposed to infection causing organism. This happens as human body has its own natural defence mechanism that protects from infections and illnesses.

However, factors like stress, pollution, intake of toxins through unhealthy food, smoking habits etc. decrease our ability to fight diseases. It is very important to have a strong immunity so as to maintain a good health in stressful and busy life.

If you have been falling sick very often and know that you have a weak immune system, you need to take some action to improve your immunity. The best way is to make some changes in your lifestyle and make it healthier by incorporating regular exercise, healthy eating and stress management in your routine.

Ayurvedic Massage in Bangalore is another natural treatment to improve immunity. In Ayurvedic Massage, body is rhythmically massaged using medicated oils. The massage pushes the toxins to the gut and the toxins get eliminated. This process helps to refresh our body and thus improve our ability to fight diseases by keeping all body channels open.   

If you are looking for improving your immunity and searching for a spa that offers the best Massage in Bangalore, you can visit Four Fountains De-Stress Spa. The spa provides therapies that have a scientific touch and is the best spa in Bangalore to experience Ayurvedic Massage.

Come and try the best Massage in Bangalore to relax yourself and to improve your immunity.

To book appointment for Ayurvedic Massage in Bangalore and know other details please click on the spa location closest to you.

Bannerghatta Road

(Closest to IIM Bangalore, JP Nagar 7th Phase, Arekere MICO Layout, Bilekahalli, Delmia Circle, Vijaya Bank Layout, Venkatadri Layout, Panduranga Nagar and Omkar Nagar)


(Closest to Salarpuria Soft Zone, Total Mall Sarjapur Road, HSR Layout and Bellandur Lake)

Brookefields (Whitefield)

(Closest to Marathahalli, AECS Layout, BEML Layout, ITPL, Kundanahalli, Hypercity, Prestige Shanti Niketan and Varthur)


(Closest to CMH Road, 100 Feet Road, 6th Main Road, 12th Main Road, HAL 2nd Stage , Thippasandra , Double Road , HAL 3rd Stage, CV Raman Nagar, Old Airport Road and MG Road)


(Closest to JP Nagar, Banashankari and BTM Layout)

Kalyan Nagar

(Closest to Manyata Tech Park, Kammanahalli, HRBR Layout, HBR Layout, Hennur, Kasturi Nagar, Banaswadi, Frazer Town and Hebbal)


(Closest to JyotiNivas College, St. John’s Hospital, Sony Centre Signal, 100 Feet Dairy Circle, Silk Board, Adugodi and Forum Mall)


(Closest to Palace Orchards, Basham Circle, Malleshwaram, Yeshwanthpur,Kumarapark, Dollars Colony, RT Nagar, Vasanth Nagar, Cunningham Road, Jayamahal, Benson Town, Sanjay Nagar, Sahakar Nagar and Seshadripuram)

Understanding Ayurveda: In Pursuit of True Health

Does absence of disease indicate “good health”?  True health can be achieved only through a holistic approach that targets physical, mental, and social well being.


Ayurveda is the oldest surviving medical system in the world. This intricate system of healing originated in India nearly 5000 years ago. The evidence of ayurveda can be found in the ancient books of wisdom known as the Vedas. Derived from its Sanskrit roots “ayus” (life) and “ved” (knowledge), ayurveda offers a rich and comprehensive outlook to healthy life. 

Ayurveda aims at attaining physical, mental and spiritual and emotional health. This makes ayurveda a holistic medicinal system that can provide “true health”. As per the ayurvedic theories, the health of an individual is greatly influenced by the lifestyle and environment. Ayurveda is therefore based on basic principles of panchmahabhutas and tridosha that greatly rely on correction of lifestyle and environmental factors. To understand the deep meaning of ayurveda we need to understand these basic principles.



Ayurveda believes that all living and non-living things in the universe are made of five basic elements Prithvi (Earth), Jala (Water), Teja (Fire), Vayu (Air) and Aakash (Ether). Even the human body is made up of these elements, which are collectively known as the Panchamahabhutas



Ayurveda works on the concept of tridosha (Vata, Pitta, Kapha), which are actually the physiobiological properties of a person.  Any imbalance caused in tridoshas can lead to disease and therefore creating a balance of tridosha in the body has been considered as a basic target for therapeutics in ayurveda.

By applying these concepts, Ayurveda aims to deliver physical, mental, spiritual and emotional health.

You can experience  the Ayurvedic Massage in Pune, at the Four Fountains De-stress spa. Few places for Ayurvedic Massage in Bangalore, combine meditation and breathing exercises to enhance the effect. Ayurvedic Massage in Kolkata, Mumbai and other cities have been known for their authenticity. 

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