Naturopathy is a system of primary health care based on the philosophy of Healing Power of Nature, that is, living systems have an inherent ability to establish, maintain, and restore health. Naturopathy is based on the concept of panchambhutas – that the body is made up of five basic constituents – Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether. Imbalance of these five elements, as well as deposition of foreign matter (toxins) in the body cause diseases.

Unlike allopathy, mere symptoms are not treated in Naturopathy, rather the underlying cause of the illness or disease is treated.

Treatment of any disease is done by getting the body rid of toxins as well as by restoring the balance of the five basic elements. These elements are used to revitalize and rejuvenate the body and strengthen the immune system against the disease causing agents present in the environment. This therapy utilizes the purificatory properties of various fruits, vegetable and herbal juices to clean the body of accumulated toxins which are a result of unhealthy life style.

Yoga is an ancient physical, mental and spiritual discipline that involves a combination of processes to attain a holistic sense of well-being. The central aim remains to achieve a heightened sense of peace and wholesome happiness about oneself and things around. Being practiced for over 5000 years, Yoga, with its eternal benefits and ever increasing popularity, continues to extend its impact and influence across the boundaries of different cultures and languages.

Over the years,Naturopathy and Yoga have emerged as the alternative therapies or healing sciences. In fact, these are not merely alternate healing sciences, but are more of a refined way of living life in sync with nature. Naturopathy and yoga advocate life close to nature and help maintain a healthy relationship with our environment.

Nature Cure helps in detoxification and Yoga helps to maintain it. This approach towards prevention and cure of chronic and acute diseases has provided effective results to patients from all parts of the world.