A new India is in making believes the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi. In there, one important chapter to enhance the multi-cultural fabric of our society is being put to test, which revolves around the sentiments attached to the saffron clad yogi’s and sadhvi’s. The face of this challenge to show that today it the pro-development and all inclusive growth that is the foundation of strengthening our secular and multi-ethnic society, no doubts, will be Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader, Yogi Adityanath, who is now the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh. Its on his shoulders that the Prime Minister and his party has reposed the responsibility to built the all inclusive moderate image of the new India.
But, than the contribution of other legendary yogi’s and sadhvi’s will also go a long way! The world today knows that one such Indian Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev has gone on to create one of the biggest FMCG entity that promises to bring health, wellness and employment opportunities for the locals. Likewise, head of a relatively small yet completely devoted organisation Param Shakti Peeth led by Sadhvi Rithambara among its various social endeavours has furthered the cause of ‘A Healthy Stress Free India’ with launch of a 30 bedded Swami Parmanand Prakrutik Chikitsalya (SPCC) situated near Akshardham Temple in Delhi.
The lay out of the various facility and the overall approach at the said centre is focused on hollistic health explains Jayachandran Thampi, the Chief Medical Officer at SPCC, who otherwise is also a Life style consultant with rich experience spanning over twenty years cultured in the field of Natural Health, Lifestyle Management & well being.
“Health and wellbeing are an integral part of our daily lives and do need to be addressed more frequently. Contemporary need is ‘Lifestyle intervention’ to ensure wellbeing. In the spectrum of Health – Disease, we focus on Health Enhancement using specially designed Lifestyle interventions through natural measures. This guided Health and wellness center offers integrated healing principles and methods- designed for urban lifestyle, offering integrated approach to health and wellness; supervised and lead by qualified practitioners,” said Thampi.
“Our integrated approach makes use of Naturopathy, Ayurveda, Yoga, Acupuncture, Physiotherapy, Diet and other lifestyle measures to bring about the desired result for the individual. Prevention of diseases, promotion of positive health, lifestyle intervention measures for various health conditions are the core focus. Our unique therapies include temperature controlled herbal water jet baths, Colon Hydrotherapy and special cooling packs using herb and clay, Spinal spray herbal baths, herbal steam baths, in addition to all Ayurvedic therapies,” he added.
Another distinct feature in this set up is that the team of 3 in house practitioners and other staff members have already extended their reach to nearby areas since its launch in September 2016. “Corporates are one of our focused areas and we have already started getting resident guests, who are distinct corporate decision makers. In fact, we had witnessed a few allopathy practisers also visit us in pursuit of holistic wellness. We are also open to work with travel partners and offer them best possible wellness packages,” informed Thampi.
Lately, SPCC hosted the two day meet of International Naturopathy Organisation from 8-9 April 2017. Didi Maa Sadhvi Ritambhara Ji was herself present to inaugurate the said event and also addressed the INO medical officers expressing her views by saying that in today’s life one must follow the path of living a spiritual life, which teaches us to be free from diseases such as emotional stress, depression etc. Didi Maa also highlighted the importance of Naturopathy for taking charge of one’s health and holistic wellbeing.
Also present at the INO Annual meeting were Dr Anant Biradar, Dr Amit Moni, Dr. DN Sharma, Dr. PK Suri, Dr. Shiv Kumar Sharma, and Dr. Vineet Sharma among host of other distinct delegates.