“Astitva,” Anantya’s Ayurveda spa embodies the essence of holistic wellness. The term “Astitva” in common usage means “existence.” But in Sanskrit, it stands for the attainment of the complete potential of everything. In its purest form it is the attainment of God himself. At Anantya, we use Ayurveda, Yoga, and Meditation to align the body, mind, and the spirit to attain wellness that guests will carry with them into their daily lives, in their pursuit of “Astitva.”


Today caught as we are in the compulsions of a stress-inducing lifestyle, health very often connotes the existence or the lack of certain physical and mental conditions or diseases. It very often takes a breakdown in our physical and emotional health to make us seek intervention. But modern medicine, with its approach of dealing with specific ailments that have to do with specific body organs, can exclude the crucial totality and therefore miss the root cause of our condition. What is needed is an inclusive approach to healthy living and healing and this is where Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of healing and living, comes in. In effect, Ayurveda makes us pause to reflect on some crucial questions regarding our daily living habits which are connected to our overall mental and physical health.


“Ayurveda is the science of life (Ayur = life, Veda = science or knowledge), the ancient Indian system of healing that address a person’s physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. Ayurveda believes that there is a deep connection between the individual and the universe. So, Ayurveda takes an inclusive approach to health. Health is not merely treating an ailment but finding the balance between our environment, body, mind, and spirit. To attain this balance, Ayurveda encourages close attention to one’s life, diet, lifestyle, and also the use of Ayurvedic massages and herbs.

During your consultation with our doctor, they will carefully evaluate key symptoms of any illness, especially in relation to the origins of any imbalance in the three basic energies in the body: the Vata, Pitta, and Kapa. Treatments at Astitva are focused on rejuvenation, using Panchakarama Rejuvenation: to restore the energies in the body, as well as therapuetic: to treat specific ailments like Arthitis, Weightloss, Asthma, Diebetics, Stress Management. Our doctors and therapists will use Ayurveda principles to guide guests on the ideal daily and seasonal routines, diet, behavior that will help reach better wellbeing.


We are all part of a Universal Life Force that permeates every living entity on Earth. This is the underlying conviction behind the Ayurvedic approach. But where it goes beyond being an esoteric concept is in the way it integrates this tenet into its therapeutic and healing methods. With Nature being the most visible expression of this Universal Life Force, Ayurveda helps us become aware of our connect to Nature, its elements and cycles which are reflected in our own bodies. By guiding us to acknowledge the existence of these Natural elements in us, Ayurveda helps us tap into the right energies for living well.