Naturopathy Treatments - Ipcowala Naturopathy & Yoga Centre

INYC is well equipped with traditional and conventional naturopathy treatment facilities such as hydrotherapy (hip bath, spinal spray, foot bath, etc.), mud therapy (full body application, mud packs, etc.), steam therapy (full body steam chamber, local steam applications, etc.), naturopathy and Swedish massage, shirodhara, nagod shek, enema, etc. as explained below. We have special programs to train our treatment technicians to meet our quality standards and protocols.

Full-tub Bath/ Jacuzzi Bath

Immersing the body in water, except the head, at set temp for a duration offers full tub bath benefits. Reduces stress, lowers blood pressure, relieves muscle soreness, and enhances sleep quality. Jacuzzi baths, with warm water and massaging jets, offer luxury and relaxation. Jets target body areas, like a massage, easing tension and stiffness. Also improves skin and eliminates toxins.

Hip Bath

Immerse your lower abdomen, genitals, and upper thighs in water for therapeutic benefits. Add extra advantage by holding a napkin and gently rotating it clockwise around the umbilicus and genitals. This enhances stamina, strengthens digestion, and aids in liver and kidney issues. Beneficial for Prostatitis, PCOD, infertility, and menstrual problems.

Spinal Bath

The specialized Spinal Spray technique involves a gentle massage, delicately spraying water columns on the spinal cord and surrounding areas. This method effectively alleviates fatigue, tension, anxiety, depression, and various ailments like chronic headaches, asthma, and insomnia. It's particularly beneficial for nervous system disorders including Parkinson's disease, facial palsy, and paralysis. By dispersing accumulated stress-related negative impulses at the skull and hairline, this approach greatly enhances overall well-being.

Mud Therapy

This therapy involves the application of packs of mud over the eyes and lower abdomen to absorb the heat and toxins. Mud therapy helps lower congestion in your eyes and improves your digestion by boosting blood circulation.

Mud Baths

Here mud paste is applied on the bare skin all over the body and allowed to dry for several minutes. It is applied to treat headaches, sleeplessness, hypertension, migraines, skin disorders and digestive disorders. Mud baths help loosen up cramped joints and muscles in your body while promoting movement, flexibility and blood circulation.

Steam Therapy

A steam bath, or steam shower, involves sitting in a steam-filled room to relax and reap potential health benefits. It opens pores, aiding skin cleansing and promoting a healthy complexion. Inhaling the steam can relieve respiratory issues like allergies. The warmth dilates blood vessels, enhancing circulation, oxygen delivery, and healing. Sweating in a steam bath aids detoxification by expelling toxins and metabolic waste, boosting natural cleansing processes.

Swedish Massage

Swedish massage uses firm yet gentle gliding strokes along your back and eventually over your shoulders, arms and the front of your legs. Swedish massage is designed to enhance blood circulation and to relax the entire body.


Shirodhara, an ancient Ayurvedic practice, entails gently streaming warm oil onto the forehead, promoting relaxation. The liquid often poured from a suspended vessel, can also be herbal decoctions or milk, tailored to individual requirements. This therapy is esteemed for its potential to alleviate stress, anxiety, and sleep troubles while fostering mental clarity and overall wellness.

Nagod Shek/Potli Shek

Therapeutic leaves, bundled in a soft cotton cloth as a Potli, are warmed with Ayurvedic oil for soothing massages. This warmth relieves congestion, eases mucus expulsion, and enhances breathing. It also alleviates joint pain, boosts metabolism, and reduces arthritis discomfort. This application helps eliminate toxins, leaving you rejuvenated and revitalized.


The procedure of Enema involves the introduction of fluid into the rectum and lower colon through the anus. This fluid can consist of various substances, such as water, Water with herbs, Medicated oils, etc. Enemas are typically administered using an enema Pot equipped with a nozzle.

Kati Basti

Kati Basti is an Ayurvedic therapy targeting lower back issues. Medicated oil is applied to the lumbar spine within a dough well, retaining it on the back for deep penetration. Effective for pain, stiffness, and sciatica, this localized treatment enhances circulation, relaxes muscles, and nourishes tissues. A component of Panchakarma, it's crucial to consult experienced practitioners before undergoing Kati Basti or any Ayurvedic treatment to ensure suitability for your health.

Janu Basti

Janu Basti is an Ayurvedic treatment that focuses on knee joint issues. "Janu" means knee, and "Basti" refers to containment. This therapy involves creating a dough well around the knee and filling it with warm, medicated oil. The oil is held for a specified time to allow healing properties to penetrate deeply. Janu Basti helps alleviate knee pain, stiffness, and conditions like arthritis. By enhancing circulation and lubrication, it promotes joint mobility and reduces discomfort. Consulting an Ayurvedic expert is essential before undergoing Janu Basti or any Ayurvedic treatment to ensure its suitability for your health.


Castor oil pack

A castor oil pack is a natural therapy that involves applying a warm castor oil to the skin. This method is believed to promote circulation, reduce inflammation, and support detoxification. The pack is placed on the targeted area, often the lowback or knee, and covered with a towel and a heat source. It's thought to alleviate pain, and improve lymphatic flow. Castor oil packs are commonly used in alternative and holistic medicine. Consulting a healthcare professional before using them is advisable, especially for those with underlying health conditions or sensitivities.


A hair pack is a natural treatment that is applied to the hair and scalp to improve hair health, promote hair growth, and prevent hair loss. Hair packs can be made with a variety of natural ingredients, such as herbs, oils, fruits, and vegetables.

Hair packs can be applied to wet or dry hair and left on for a specified period of time before being washed off with shampoo and water.


An herbal face pack is a natural skin care treatment that involves applying a mixture of herbal pastes to the face to nourish, cleanse, and rejuvenate the skin. This is made from a variety of herbs, including neem, turmeric, sandalwood, rose, aloe vera, and many others.

Herbal face packs are popular in traditional systems of medicine and are believed to have a range of benefits including improving complexion, reducing inflammation, moisturizing and nourishing the skin, and reducing the appearance of blemishes, fine lines, and wrinkles.