The uniqueness of all-natural Amrita programmes is in its unparalleled level of service, privacy and personalisation, with a unique «360 approach» methodology based on

  1. Traditional Thai herbs and western naturopathic expertise;
  2. nutrition science and delicious custom menus;
  3. personalised body fitness and mind practices;
  4. organic living awareness.

As a result of this integrated, holistic approach, Amrita delivers exclusive wellness experience with amazing results after just a few days in the programme. And comprehensive post-programme recommendations and support make sure the results last…

It all started in 2012 in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand, when an international team of naturopaths and nutritionists got together and decided to develop aneffective cleansing method that applies two ancient medicinal principles: «first, do no harm» and «let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food». That’s how Amrita’s 100% natural detox methodology was born. The methodology is based on 100% natural herbal shakes that cleanse and protect your body, whilstalsogiving plenty of nourishment. The result is a deep cleansing effect on a cellular level with a gentler, more relaxed and harmoniousexperience. The methodology applies medicinal Thai herbs and plants as ingredients for unique shake formulas, designed for triple action:

  • To nourish the body and mind during detox.
  • To protect your body from oxidative damage from released toxins.
  • To promote toxins release in the body.

Amrita’s individual wellness programmes come with hands-on support from certified naturopaths. Our methodology rightfully acknowledges that the path to better health may not be fully achieved in one short holiday retreat. Therefore Amrita programmes always include post-programme herbal blends and personal online support on wellness and diet. Amrita’s methodology uses herbs to reach the desired cleansing effect without invasive techniques such as colonic irrigation or fasting. The herbs and plants in Amrita’s formulas are long known for their medicinal values in Asian cultures; they also have been subject to extensive academic research in the West.