Namami Health Retreat launches holistic wellness programmes with The Yoga Institute

The luxury wellness retreat in Kerala has joined hands with The Yoga Institute to offer wellness programmes and yogic therapies.
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Namami Health Retreat in Kerala promotes holistic well-being. Image: Courtesy Namami Wellness.

Namami Health Retreat and Wellness Sanctuary, a luxury wellness centre in Kerala, has announced its partnership with The Yoga Institute — the world’s oldest organised centre for yoga. Namami’s unique blend of ancient Indian sciences and complementary alternative medicine along with The Yoga Institute’s century-old expertise will enable guests to enjoy a rich and holistic approach towards well-being.

Post the pandemic, wellness travel has grained traction with more and more people opting for breaks structured around holistic healing options coupled with relaxation. Together with The Yoga Institute, Namami will offer several wellness programmes that include yogic kriyas and objective specific yogic therapies.

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Along with The Yoga Institute, Namani has launched wellness programmes and yogic treatments. Image: Courtesy Namami Wellness.

These health programmes go beyond everyday wellness retreats and curates tailor-made packages with best remedies and functional medicine. Additionally, guests can also enroll for The Yoga Institute’s Teachers Training course at Namami Health Retreat to satiate their wellness aspirations. These courses are recognised by the Ministry of AYUSH – QCI and accredited globally.

The Yoga Institute was founded in 1918 with a vision to inculcate yoga in everyday life for a healthy living. With expert guidance on asanas and kriyas along with a deeper understanding of yogic practices, The Yoga Institute’s legacy is known for a true yoga experience. Their traditional wisdom and practical applications of yogic ideals will bolster the wellness and educational programmes at Namami.

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Yogic living includes healthy and better life choices. Image: Courtesy Namami Wellness.

Sharing her thoughts on this association, Dr Hansaji Yogendra, Director at The Yoga Institute and President of The International Board of Yoga, said, “Yoga is not just a wellness practice, but a way of life. We believe yoga should be accessible to all those willing to inculcate it into their life for healthy and better living. In association with Namami Health Retreat, we aim to emulate their spirit of wellness and offer their guests with a 360-holistic wellness experience.”

Speaking on this association, Vikram Vishwanath, Founder & Director, Namami Wellness and Health Edu, added, “The Yoga Institute is one of the largest and oldest organised institution in the world whose roots are deeply seeded in our Indian culture. This strategic partnership will not only enhance our Namami approach but also place us at the forefront of wellness tourism.”

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