The Ayurvedic centre has a team of highly qualified doctors who provide Ayurvedic treatments, acupuncture, energy healing, and counselling. The chief consultant physician has much training in Kerala and Sri Lanka and is supported by 36 trained male and female therapists. The centre is designed with lotus-filled ponds and individual therapy and consultation rooms. Programmes include stress management and weight loss, which require a minimum stay of 14 days, and rejuvenation and regeneration which require a minimum stay of six days. Guests have a consultation with the Ayurvedic doctor who then plans a wellness programme based on their needs, encompassing mind and body wellness, proper nutrition, herbal tonics and Ayurvedic medications and relaxation of the mind and body through Yoga, meditation and counselling. The restaurant serves nutritious fresh juices and Ayurvedic meals prepared with fresh village vegetables, fish and chicken. Meal preparations are supervised by the in-house doctors and include traditional Sri Lankan and western cuisine.
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Guests receive guidance on how to prepare such meals upon their return home. Other resort facilities include a yoga and meditation hall, twin swimming pools, library and Wi-Fi. Traditional Sri Lankan dances related to healing are performed occasionally in the evenings. Heritance Ayurveda Maha Gedara supports the local community by encouraging traditional arts and crafts, which are a major source of income for the villagers. There is an in-house Arts & Crafts centre where local artisans come daily to do handloom weaving, beeralu lace making, and mask carving – guests can try their hand at these traditional skills. There is also a small sales centre with all proceeds going to the craftsmen and women.