Inpatient Department

We provide holistic traditional Ayurveda treatments for a wide range of physical, emotional and psychological disorders, ensuring your comprehensive well-being

Manasa Ayurveda Hospital's Inpatient Department (IPD).

Discover Healing and Rest at Manasa Ayurveda Hospital’s Inpatient Department (IPD). Our IPD offers in house residence facility in a serene environment for comprehensive care, combining traditional Ayurveda therapies with modern medical practices. With dedicated staff and personalized treatments, we aim to restore your well-being during your stay.


IPD Treatments

Uththamanga Dhara

This is a unique treatment to Neelammahara tradition .This is done by allowing oil stream from the oil filled pot to fall on to specific area of the vertex of the head

Head Packs or Hisakudichchi

Hisakudichi in singhala language also known as hisgalum or head pack is a widely recommended treatment that is unique and endemic to Neelammahara manasa roga treatment protocol which consists of a herbal pastes-like mixture


Shirodhara is a form of Ayurveda medicine that involves gently pouring liquids over the forehead (the ‘third eye’). It was developed by vaidyas (practitionars of Ayurveda) in Kerala, India for use in sukhachikitsa (restorative therapy) and can be one of the steps involved in Panchakarma


Ayurveda Exotic Tub Bath) The word ‘Avagaha’ means to immerse. Avagaha sweda is a type of sudation therapy where the patient is made to sit or lie in fluid like decoction, warm water etc to produce fomentation to the body. Avagaha is the best means of invigorating the whole body and mind.

Thakra Dhara

Thakradhara is a sub-division of the Shirodhara treatment, where buttermilk is also added and poured along with the oil.

This treatment has many therapeutic effects; especially in the improvement of the patient’s mental health. It is an Ayurvedic sudation therapy using medicated buttermilk to help the brain and mind relax and reduce stress.

Nasna Karma

The nose is the doorway to our brain and it is also the doorway to consciousness. The nasal administration of medication in Ayurvedic is called Nasya. An excess of bodily humors accumulated in the sinus, throat, nose or head areas is removed through this process by means of the nearest possible opening which is the nose.

Yoga Ayurveda

According to Ayurveda, the practice of yoga, which is a spiritual science of life, is a very important, natural, preventative measures to ensure good health. Ayurveda and yoga are sister sciences.

Ksheera Dhara

Thakra Lepa

Purgation (Bada Vireka)


Laya Vireka