therapies, wellness and treatment programs

Camilla Parker Bowles (age 75) paused his schedule to take a few days off holiday in India. She did it with a group of friends and while her husband, Charles III (73), remains in the United Kingdom exercising his functions as monarch. This is her first escape since becoming Queen Consort after her death Isabella II last September 8.

According to the newspaper Times of IndiaCamilla landed in Bangalore, in southern India, on a British Airways flight last Thursday, October 20. When she arrived in the city, the queen traveled nearly 40 kilometers by road until she reached Soukya, holistic health centerwhose goal is restore the natural balance of mind, body and spirit. It is located in a quiet oasis, far from the hustle and bustle of the city.

On their website they describe it as “healing haven”in which certain practices traditional medicine and natural medicine with other complementary therapies. It emphasizes ayurveda, homeopathy, yoga and naturopathy.

Carlos and Camilla visiting a holistic center in India.

Carlos and Camilla visiting a holistic center in India.

Soukya

Each treatment focuses on holistic health, which is the underlying principle natural defenses and immune system for the treatment and prevention of diseases. “The key is to understand ourselves as multidimensional beings with body, mind and spirit. These interconnected dimensions must be in perfect harmony to guarantee real well-being,” they explain from the center’s platform.

The center is a residential institute focused on health promotion, through wellness programs, disease management and early intervention. There are 25 spaces with colonial flair and maximum comfort, for those who want to be treated there, do so comfortably. all rooms and apartments They are designed and built in a sustainable way. The simplest reaches the price of $260 per night.

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In addition to various healing programs and complementary therapies, other services are also available to guests, such as dietary consultation and enjoy sports and recreational facilities. The center has large gardens with a swimming pool and paths for enjoying nature walks and cycling.

For Camilla, this center is not new. According to the aforementioned newspaper, the Queen visited the Soukya facility for the first time in 2010. He has attended several times since then. Some, even, in the company of Carlos III. According to the website and social networks of the holistic center, the king and his wife visited the sanctuary in 2019. Then, among other things, they planted an evergreen tree.

Times of India assures that the President of Soukya, Dr. Isaac Mathai, was Carlos and Camilla’s holistic doctor. However, due to privacy policy, the practice they resorted to never came to light.

Camilla’s recent visit to India, where she plans to spend ten days, was also done quietly. The same media assures, referring to police sources, that “it was instructions not to reveal your journey“. The reason? It is a private trip and the Queen Consort has not scheduled any public event. The British press did not reveal any further details either.

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