Panchakarma – Cleanse Program

Panchakarma – Cleanse Program

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Pañchakarma is a series of individualized purification therapies used in Ayurvedic medicine that cleanse the body’s deep tissues of toxins and open the subtle channels of the body, bringing life-enhancing energy, increasing vitality and well-being.

Treatments include Āyurvedic massage, sweating, purgative treatments, medicine foods, herbs, self-care and lifestyle practices.

This program begins with a 15-minute intro call, free of charge, please pick a suitable time below. The program cost will depend on your individual needs, treatments, and herbal medicine, which we will discuss in the intro call. The program may vary from 4 days minimum and up to 3 weeks.

Duration 15 minutes

Pre Treatment:
To get the most of your body therapies, avoid having caffeine 4-6 hours prior to your appointment, this will support your ability to relax. For comfort, wear loose fitting clothing.

Post Treatment:
To allow the effectiveness of Ayurvedic treatments to penetrate deeply, it is best take it easy for a few hours after. Stay hydrated after your treatment to support further detoxification. Because the treatments work on subtle levels, they leave you permeable to impressions, be mindful, and avoid loud music, tv, engaging in drama, etc.

It’s important to note that with our current booking App, you’re not able to reschedule or cancel your appointment date nor time online. To do this, you will need to text or call our office to avoid being charged for your booked service. Please see policies below. Call (949) 735-5625 and we will do our best to accommodate you.

We understand that appointments may need to be changed or canceled. Due to the individualized nature of Ayurvedic treatments, we ask that you reschedule or cancel your appointment within at least 24-hours for Therapeutic Body Treatments including Abhyanga, Sirodhara and External Bastis; and within 6-hours for Consultations including Ayurvedic and Nutritional Consultations. 

If you do not cancel in advance, you will be charged 50% of your service price for missing your appointment with the form of payment you used when booking the appointment. If we can fill your spot with a client on our wait list we will not charge you.

No-Show Policy

We understand that appointments may need to be changed or canceled within the 24-hour notice. If you no-show without notice on the day of your appointment we will charge you 100% of your booked service price.

Late Policy

If you are 10 or more minutes late, we may ask you to reschedule your appointment so it will not affect our other clients. If we are unable to take you at the time you arrive, you will be charged for 50% of the service that you missed.

Restore Balance

According to Ayurvedic theory, physical and emotional traits are classified as three doshas—vata, kapha, and pitta. Each individual has all three doshas with one predominating. If an imbalance occurs, diseases/conditions appear. The main goal of Pañchakarma is to rebalance the doshas, bringing them back to equilibrium and the individual back to good health.

Digestive Fire

In Ayurveda, most diseases originate in the digestive tract. Due to poor diets and lifestyle habits, and other causes, digestion can be impaired, causing a toxic substance called āma to accumulate in the body. Ama interferes with normal functioning and the flow of energy, creating imbalances and disease.

One goal of pañchakarma is to cleanse the body of excess āma, and to restore the body's digestive power or agni.


Pañchakarma is used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat almost all diseases, particularly those that are chronic, metabolic or stress-related in origin.

Pañchakarma may be used alongside intensive conventional treatments including chemotherapy and surgery, to support healing and recovery. Panchakarma is safe and non-toxic, and can be used as prevention and to increase general well-being.

Pañchakarma is limited in treating traumatic injuries, acute pain, and conditions requiring immediate surgery or invasive procedures.

Traditional Medicine

Ayurvedic medicine is the oldest healing system in the world, originating in the ancient civilizations of India some 3,000–5000 years ago. Ayurveda means knowledge of life in Sanskrit.

Pañchakarma is based on central concepts of Ayurveda, which state that disease is caused by the build-up of toxic substances in the body and by imbalances in the body and mind.

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