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All our doctors are highly qualified in Ayurveda and other therapies.
We currently have five resident Ayurveda physicians and a chief consultant doctor who visits the hotel three times a week.
“I’ve always been interested in Sri Lankan traditions, like dancing. My mother was also allergic to Western medicines and wanted me to learn about Ayurveda. So I went to an Ayurvedic exhibition in Colombo in 1986, which made a big impression.
“After my internship I joined an Ayurvedic resort, where I was promoted to manager after 1.5 years, which taught me about the importance of administration as well as medicine.
“I joined the Neptune Ayurvedic Village in 2003. I’ve studied other techniques such as pranic healing, counselling and psychosocial development, and I’m trying to develop a holistic approach to balance mind, body and soul.
“The most important part is the feedback we get from guests – that’s why we do it. It’s not the salary! But Aitken Spence is a good company to work for – it has helped me with my studies and I have more freedom than in the government sector.”
“One of my uncles was interested in Ayruveda, and when I was young I used to watch him giving medicines and learnt about the different plants.
“As well as Ayurveda, I’ve studied bio-resonance therapy, which matches the frequencies of patients and medicine.
“I joined the Neptune Hotel in 2006. It doesn’t matter whether patients are from Sri Lanka or abroad. They all have similar problems, and it’s great to see them make progress and get feedback. We try to give them advice on how to manage their diet and workload once they return home so they stay healthy.”