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Frozen Himalayas have always believed that if you do something and there is no benefit to the community then there is no beauty in that work. Therefore we have been constantly teaming with people and using their knowledge and expertise to shape the future of Ladakh.

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Healing In The Himalayas (Amchi)

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Activity Traditional Healing
Duration 8 Days
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Tibetan medical philosophy is a holistic philosophy involving the harmonious operation and balance of all the energies that constitute the human psycho-physical being. These energies are the psychologically originating three "NYES-PA", or humours, which correspond to the three mental poisons, and the five cosmo-physical energies that are at the basis of all phenomena. If all the factors that influence these energies (seasonal factors, diet and nutrition, life style and mental attitudes) are positively disposed, then these energies remain in balanced operation and health is experienced. It is the objective of Tibetan medicine that the balance in these energies should be maintained. Hot water springs  commonly known as "chu schan" in Ladakhi, have been used as an effective form of healing for diseases like arthritis, skin diseases and indigestion for thousands of years. Even now locals strongly believe in the healing power of the springs and take this form of therapy, believing the results to be miracles. Hot water springs are considered very sacred and are protected by the local people where they are found.

Quick Itinerary

  • Day 1 : Delhi To Leh (45mins)
  • Day 2 : Visit To Amchi
  • Day 3 : Monastery Visit And Amchi Consultation
  • Day 4 : Leh To Puga Valley/ Chumathang/ Panamik (Hot Water Spring Sites)
  • Day 8 : Return To Leh
  • Day 9 : Leh To Delhi (45 Mins)

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