Santhigram Launches its Second Centre in UK

June 20th, 2008 by Vikas Sharma Leave a reply »

santhi_inagurate2.jpgAfter successful launch of its first UK Centre in Milton Keynes nearly three months back, Santhigram Group of Companies having headquarters in New Delhi, India, announced launching its specialised Ayurvedic Panchakarma Centre at 60 King Street, Southall, Middlesex UB2 4DB (Tel. 020 8571 1770) on Wednesday, 18th June, 2008.

The Centre was inaugurated by the hon’ble Member of Parliament (Southall Ealing) Mr. Virendra Sharma. The hon’ble MP during his inaugural speech has acknowledged the usefulness of alternative systems of medicines like Ayurveda in the present healthcare scenario in the country and wished Santhigram all success in its endeavour to spread authentic Ayurvedic therapies to the United Kingdom.

Mr. Gopinathan Nair, Chairman & Managing Director of the Group who has brought authentic ayurvedic therapies to both UK and United States has unfolded the plan of the company in setting up a series of such centres in various parts of UK in the coming years. Mr. Gregory Pius, Managing Director of Santhigram Kerala Ayurvedic Centre UK Ltd. who is heading the UK venture has reassured the company’s endeavour in promoting authentic and genuine ayurvedic therapies in its UK Centres and announced the company’s plan of launching two more centres in UK, at Hayes and Liverpool in the next two months.

santhi_logo2.gifSanthigram is the provider of ISO 9001:2000 certified Ayurvedic Therapies in India for more than 10 years and is in the mission of spreading this unique Ayurvedic Therapies across the world. It has been providing consultancy services for Ayurvedic Centres in Western World for the last 5 years and has successfully launched two of its own Centres in the United States, one in New York and another in New Jersey.

Ayurveda is the time tested ancient system of medicine which is now popular in most western cultures. It is a science that not only addresses to bodily infirmity but encourages social, spiritual, emotional and psychological well being. The Kerala specific Ayurvedic rejuvenation and “Panchakarma” Therapies have a unique history of evolution and offer many exceptional methods for total body rejuvenation. Panchakarma is a complete therapeutic regime that identifies “doshas” or the imbalances in the body that arises due to pathological conditions and detoxifies the body with therapeutic massages and unique procedures using specific herbal oils, strict dietary and life style changes.

Like its Milton Keynes Centre, Southall Centre is also manned by well qualified and experienced Ayurvedic Consultants and Ayurvedic Panchakarma therapists and has all the facilities to provide this traditional therapy with all the sanctity of this ancient science. The authentic therapy provided by our centre using genuine herbal oils and other ayurvedic products not only has the rejuvenative and preventive value but will also help to treat certain chronic ailments like backache, spondylitis, frozen shoulder, arthritis, joint pains, migraine, sinusitis, stress, depression, insomnia, obesity etc. without any side effects.

For details please contact:

Gregory Pius
+44 7976951511
gregorypius @

Gopinathan Nair
+1 732-915-8813
santhigram @,,

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