Indigenous to India, where it is widely practiced, Ayurveda is a natural, time-tested health system that is focused on disease prevention by balancing the body, mind, and spirit.
Every person has a distinct balance of Vata (space and air), Pitta (fire and water), and Kapha (earth and water), otherwise known as the Doshas. When a person’s Doshas are out of balance they are more susceptible to disease and distress.
Ancient Ayurvedic wisdom provides guidance on how to live according to your Dosha, and treat imbalances, through diet, exercise, daily rituals, social interaction, and other lifestyle factors. Ayurveda’s healing modalities include detox (Panchakarma), massages and treatments, and herbal medicine.
The ancient wisdom of Ayurveda is based on time-tested theories that have been proven through observation, trial and error, and experimentation.
Ayurveda is recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the world’s oldest comprehensive healthcare system.
Research conducted at reputable Ayurvedic institutes is registered in the clinical trial registry, which is a single platform for all fields of medicine. Clinical research is being published in recognized medical journals worldwide. Ayurveda has also employed modern research methodology to prove its effectiveness. Pharmacognosy, pharmaceutical, and pharmacological studies are being conducted alongside clinical trials.
Ayurvedic pharmacological companies in India are closely scrutinized to maintain the standards of their medicines and are awarded ‘good manufacturing practices’ certificates. They are also encouraged to conduct and register clinical trials.
Experiencing Panchakarma is beyond a spa wellness holiday and is different for each person. It is a common misconception that a PK is only authentic when it involves drinking ghee for 3-5 days, followed by purgation and eating repetitive food like kitchadi every day. However, there are many other considerations taken into account.
The physicians will look at your age, bio-energies, imbalances, the status of digestive fire, disease and its stage, extent of ama/endotoxins, the seat of toxins, and many other factors before deciding which treatment is best suited for you and selecting the detox method. Depending on your condition and progress during the PK, you might undergo several detoxes but it is very rare that one person has all five methods.
When the endotoxins are deep-seated, an external and internal oleation or snehana will be chosen. This treatment involves drinking ghee or oil or adding them to a soup or rice. But maybe a medicated oil enema, dripping oil into the ears, an oil massage, or a bath are the best options for you, not to mention the many localized oil treatments for knees, lower back, etc.
Next comes fomentation (Swedana) using external dry or wet heat. This includes poultices, herbal baths, steam therapy, mild exercise or yoga, etc. In addition to the above, your digestive fire will be improved and undigested matter (ama) removed by herbal medicines prescribed by the physicians.
All these stages are important to remove the deep-seated endotoxins from the tissues. Once they are ready for this, a suitable detox method will be chosen for you. And sometimes the endotoxins are already ripe for removal and no fomentation or oleation is needed at all. In cases like this, it is important that the endotoxins are removed as soon as possible.
Our experienced doctors will do an initial in-depth consultation to identify the body-mind constitution, balances, and imbalances of bioenergies, the status of digestive fire, physical and mental status, etc. The treatments and type of Panchakarma detox procedure suitable for each individual will only be decided after this initial consultation.
This is the reason why you will not find any pre-designed packages on our website – in Ayurveda, one size definitely does not fit all!
Our Panchakarma programs are counted in nights, not days, and begin the morning after your arrival.
At Oneworld Ayurveda Tegallang, we offer Panchakarma programs of 7, 10, 14, 21, and 28 nights. On the final day, a morning treatment is provided if your travel schedule allows it. The Panchakarma can start at any time based on availability.
At Oneworld Ayurveda Ubud, we offer Panchakarma programs of 7, 14, or 21 nights. On the final day of the program, there is no treatment schedule, and the program ends at 11:00 am. The Panchakarma program at Ubud starts every Sunday based on the schedule on the calendar.
Food is an important part of Panchakarma and your meals will be well-balanced according to the guidelines of Ayurveda. In general, you will enjoy three delicious meals daily, healthy and balanced for you.
On the detox day(s), you will have a special diet with little food to make sure you get the maximum benefits from the detox.
During a Panchakarma detox program, we advise you not to exert yourself with high impact exercise. There will be gentle yoga and meditation offered twice daily, you can join for group scheduled walks in the beautiful rice fields or the herbal gardens.
Our prices are all-inclusive of accommodation, meals, daily treatments, initial diagnosis, doctor consultations, medicines, yoga, meditation, herbal walks, transfers from/to the airport, etc. Government taxes and service charges are also included.
Everybody’s experience will be different. And each day different events will be scheduled. Just to give you an idea of what your day could look like, here is a brief outline:
The gong sounds early, gently waking you up in time for your medication. Time for yoga and meditation in the beautiful yoga hall overlooking the stunning rice fields or just relax on your balcony or in the gardens, taking a morning walk.
Then it is time for breakfast before you meet with the doctor and start your daily treatments in the treatment center. The duration and number of your treatments will vary, depending on which stage you are at.
In the morning, we often hold talks on Ayurveda or cooking demonstrations. After lunch, there is time to yourself for relaxation before your scheduled afternoon treatments. This might be followed by a walk through the spectacular rice fields.
Early evening there is a meditation class and then it is time to enjoy dinner.
Once the reservation is confirmed we will send you an email with all the relevant information. You will need yoga clothes if you intend to join our daily classes. No mats are needed, we have plenty.
Remember that we are in the tropics, so no need to bring warm clothing, though you may want to bring a wrap or a cardigan.
Due to the use of medicated oils during your treatments, there can be some staining, so no need to bring expensive clothing. We provide you with bathrobe, sarong, and flip-flops to wear during the program.
You may bring along your own toothbrush and toothpaste, hand and body lotion, and a comb. Regular mosquito repellent is available, yet you may bring your own preferred one.
For our community…If you have clothing, shoes, hats, a used laptop computer, or whatever you think could be useful for people that are less fortunate, do not hesitate to bring them as a donation to the village people. It is absolutely not necessary, yet it will certainly be appreciated.
Yoga retreats are led by our in-house or guest yoga teachers. Each teacher offers different styles of yoga, teaching, and experiences—some retreats include trips around the island or a deeper dive into your personal development. As part of your retreat, you will have a choice of Ayurvedic or traditional treatments and be served delicious, healthy meals throughout. With a variety of retreats on offer, you can find one that is perfectly suited to your needs.
A Panchakarma is directed by our Ayurvedic doctors, who upon arrival will assess your bio-energy (Dosha) and create a tailored program to restore balance and address any health conditions you may have. While you will still practice yoga, it is a softer form of yoga as during a Panchakarma you can’t exert yourself too much. Similarly, during a Panchakarma gentle walks around the surrounding area are fine, but trips into town or further away should be avoided as external stimuli can affect the healing process.
You will have twice-daily Ayurvedic treatments and eat a variety of nutritious and balancing Ayurvedic meals as prescribed by our doctors.
The balance of the payment for your Panchakarma is to be paid upon arrival by Indonesia Rupiah, Visa, or MasterCard.
Please make sure you checked with your bank if your credit card is set for being used abroad. Please note we are not able to accept other methods of payment e.g. bank drafts.
Should you make additional purchases on site, for instance in our treatment center, shop, laundry service, or room service, the payment will be requested upon checkout. Payments for your additional purchases can be made by VISA or MasterCard or in Indonesian Rupiah cash. Payment using other major currencies is not possible.
IMPORTANT: Please let your bank know that you are traveling abroad to eliminate problems with your credit card.
A non-refundable 50% deposit is requested to secure your booking. Oneworld Ayurveda does not offer cash or bank transfer refunds for any reason. A portion of your payment may be used as a credit for another program within 12 months of the original date.
Depending on when you cancel, cancellation penalties may apply. The following schedule determines fees:
Exceptions to our policy cannot be made for any reason. We do not offer credit for arriving late or leaving early. There are no partial refunds for any services not used during your program.
Oneworld Ayurveda will do its utmost to maintain its standard of never canceling a program, but if for some unforeseen reason, Oneworld Ayurveda were to ever cancel a program, guests are welcome to move program dates or their payment will be refunded in full.
Payment of your deposit indicates your agreement to this cancellation policy.
To see for which countries Visa-free entry is given, please visit the official site.
Please be aware that it is only valid for 30 days, your arrival and departure dates included (even if you arrive 10 minutes before midnight, it counts as one day). This visa cannot be extended. If you are planning to stay longer than 30 days, please get the Visa on Arrival as this can later be extended inside Indonesia. In this case, make sure you go first to the VOA (Visa On Arrival) counter, best if you have the exact amount ready (IDR 500,000) or you can pay by Visa or MasterCard. Then, go to the immigration counter.
It is possible to extend your visa based on your type of visa. Please contact us.
International Ngurah Rai in Denpasar (DPS) is the only airport in Bali.
Free Wi-fi connection is available at the center, yet please keep in mind the internet in Bali is not always reliable. You may work or use gadgets during your free time though it is suggested to avoid any loud noise to keep guest’s convenience
We often have guests coming alone and they enjoy their journey as well as the program. If you want to share the room, you have to bring your own roommate.
In Bali, there are two seasons, the dry and the wet season. Normally, the wet season begins in November and lasts till March/April, and then it is the dry season with occasional rain. Very rarely do we have rain lasting all day, the rain usually comes in the afternoon or evening/overnight.
It is Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). Due to government regulations, we only accept payments in this currency. Use our currency converter for today’s accurate rates.
There are many money changers in Ubud and most of them offer the same rate. It is usually better to change money after arriving in Bali than in your home country.
MasterCard and VISA are accepted at our center.
Oneworld Ayurveda has its own treatment center offering a combination of high-quality Ayurvedic treatments and some beauty/traditional treatments. They can be booked upon your arrival at the center, not before.
Smoking is prohibited in all areas (rooms, terraces/balconies, dining area, pool area, yoga shala, garden) and is only allowed outside of the centre. For a Panchakarma program, smoking is strictly forbidden.
Yes, we do. Please contact us for more details.