stress management retreat in canada

Relax & Rejuvenate with the Stress Management Retreat in Canada

With the “ever-changing” fast-paced world, there comes a load of activities that often make us feel confused, overwhelmed, stressed, and tired. Definitely, it is not a very good sign for our health, but we cannot escape from the situation as well. Is there any solution to feeling calm, relaxed, and rejuvenated? Welcome to the ultimate Stress Management Retreat in Canada! 

Instead of escaping from work, relationships, responsibilities, and other activities, try to have some time for your own, and calm down this perpetually rushed state. 

Just imagine, you are stepping into a unique healing environment surrounded by lush green nature away from the hustle-bustle of the city; how would you feel? Definitely, good! Located at 175 Traders Blvd E, Mississauga, Sevayu is the heaven that provides everything an individual is seeking for. Ignite your inner strength by experiencing a life-changing stress management technique at Sevayu. 

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In the ancient Indian healing system of Ayurveda, stress reduction completely depends on the understanding of a person’s nature or Prakriti. According to Ayurveda, an imbalance of three main mental functions including dhi (learning), dhriti (retention), and smriti (long-term memory) can cause the ability to tackle stress. Yes, we do believe in Ayurveda as it offers a holistic approach to our overall well-being. Numerous therapies in Ayurveda strengthen our mental functions and act as stress management skills. Thus to maintain a healthy harmony between mind, body, and soul, we offer therapies like Panchakarma, meditation, and different burnout and rejuvenation programmes. 


As the name suggests, Pancha (Five) and Karma (procedures) is a method that eliminates unwanted waste or toxins from the body after lubricating it. These therapies effectively work on both physical and psychological disorders including detoxifying the body, strengthening our immune system, sharpening cognitive skills, reducing stress, relieving pain, soothing muscles, boosting blood circulation, and many others. The therapies that come under Panchakarma are: 

  • Abhayanga (Ayurvedic Whole Body Massage): It is also known as Ayurvedic oil massage in which an Ayurvedic practitioner of stress management retreat in Canada provides massage to a person as per his/her state of dosha(Vata, Pitta, and Kapha). This particular massage helps calm nerves and promotes deeper and better sleep. Besides, it helps eliminate toxins from the body and maintains a healthy body weight. The process takes almost 60 minutes. 

  • Shirodhara (Third Eye Therapy): Shirodhara, also known as Third Eye Therapy is a unique ancient Ayurvedic therapy. This therapy provides a profound state of peace, calmness, and relaxation. If you are suffering from anxiety, depression, insomnia, stress, or any negative emotions, this therapy is ideal for you. 

  • Shiroabhyanga (Ayurvedic Head Massage): The therapy promotes a state of calmness, tranquility, and peacefulness by relieving stress and tension. This head massage helps strengthen our nervous system and eliminate toxins from knotted muscles. It takes around 30 minutes to complete the whole procedure. 

  • Ayurvedic Foot Massage (Pada Abhyanga): By stimulating the foot marma points, the therapy relaxes tired feet and legs. It soothes the nerves and thus addresses numbness in the feet.

  • Deep Tissue Abhayanga:  Our trained Ayurveda therapists stimulate the most vital Marma points (Vital energy points) on our body with the help of fingers, knuckles, elbows, etc. It helps relax the muscle tension and also aids lymphatic drainage. 


If you often feel low and stressed, then you may need to embrace stress management techniques because long-term stress may lead to various health disorders like heart disease, obesity, depression, high blood pressure, and so many others. Explore the various stress management activities offered by the Ayurveda retreat center in Canada and enjoy the integrity between mind, body, and soul.