Ayurvedic Massage in Pune – An Effective Natural Therapy To Boost Your Immunity

Boost Your Immunity

Save yourself from winter illnesses with regular Ayurvedic Massage in Pune.

As the weather gets colder, few illnesses rise to their peak. This mainly includes some contagious infections such as cough and cold. And, if you are living in or travelling through crowds it is very likely that you may catch an infection.  Being in a city like Pune, it is not possible to avoid the crowds. Moreover, the rising pollution levels can seriously take a toll on your health. However, you can take control of your health by improving immune system. Health diet, regular exercise, hygienic habits, etc. are some great ways to maintain your immunity. Ayurvedic Massage in Pune is another effective natural therapy to boost immunity and fight against illnesses.

Four Fountains De-Stress spa in Pune provides therapeutic massages that provide several health benefits. If you are wondering how to boost immunity and are looking for a professional spa to avail Ayurvedic Massage in Pune, this is the place to be. Ayurvedic Massage in Pune offers you several health benefits including pain relief, mental relaxation and immunity boost.  The massage strokes stimulate the production of lymphocytes that play a very vital role in to boost immunity.

So, if you wish to save yourself from common illnesses during winter and enjoy the festive season, stay protected with an Ayurvedic Massage in Pune.

To know other details and book your appointment for therapeutic massage in Pune click on the spa location closest to you!


(Closest to Pune University, Parihar Chowk, Bremen Chowk, Gaikwad Nagar, Sindh Society, National Society and Sangavi)

Amanora Town Centre

(Closest to Mundhwa, Magarpatta City, Kharadi, Hadapsar, Chandan Nagar and Wagholi)


(Closest to Baner Road, Balewadi, D-Mart, Orchid Hotel, National Games Park and Pashan)

Bhandarkar Road

(Closest to Prabhat Road, JM Road, Law College Road, FTII, National Law School, Senapati Bapat Road, ICC Towers, JW Marriott Hotel and Tilak Road)

 Koregaon Park

(Closest to Osho International Meditation Centre, ABC Farms, Pune airport, Pune railway station, Kalyani Nagar, Dhole Patil Road, Boat Club Road and Viman Nagar)


(Closest to Karve Nagar, Karve Road, Nal Stop, Karishma Society, City Pride Kothrud, Mayur Colony, Ideal Colony, Dahanukar Colony, Warje, Paud Road, Chandni Chowk, Mahatma Society, Y.B. Chavan Sabhagruha, Anand Nagar and Jay Bhavani Nagar)

Pimpri Chinchwad

(Closest to Nigdi, Pradhikaran, Akurdi, Pimpri MIDC, Bhosari, Dehu Road, Chakan and Talegaon)


(Closest to Fatima Nagar, SalunkeVihar Road, NIBM Road, Kondhwa, Mohammad wadi, Corinthians Club, Lullanagar, Sopan Baug and Undri)


(Closest to Hinjewadi, Tathawade, Rahatani and Pimple Nilakh)

Viman Nagar

 (Closest to Above Shree Krishna Restaurant, Viman Nagar)


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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