About The Company
Ramaiah Sunshine Ayurveda Centre

Vision & Objectives

We have chosen the existing location at Farlim Square as a Startup as part of larger planned center at Sunshine Central , one of our largest mixed development in Penang to be completed in 2021. Our Farlim Square center is located next to Sunshine Central to facilitate the easy changeover and capture same catchment market;

We are aspire to introduce Ayurveda as an holistic alternative traditional & complementary medicine to our aging population, more so in our neighboring community;

This center will provide the authentic Ayurveda treatments with 1 Ayurveda doctor and 4 Panchakarma therapists in our 5 treatments rooms center with a floor designated as a yoga cum meditation center on the third floor of our treatment center.

With the aim to propagate Authentic Ayurveda in Penang, a training program is line up in our plan with the guidance and promised from our renowned Prof Dr. GG Gangadharan and his team , our mission shall materialize with the completion of our Sunshine Central.

The Training Program is aim to train our locals to be qualified therapist so more will benefits from this ancient treatments. With the existence of Ayurveda Doctor & Therapist here in Malaysia, the transfer of skills and knowledge will surely be an advantage to our local community;

The program will focus on a holistic development of the therapist trainee in all spheres including technical knowledge and soft skills. The program will be conducted by qualified staff and will include extensive theory classes and practical demonstration sessions to be conducted in Sunshine Central.

Introduction to Ayurveda

Ayurveda is a medico-lifestyle system of healing which originated in India over approximately 6000 years ago as a systematic compilation of natural and herbal therapies to address a host of health related matters and our wellbeing. It is made up of two Sanskrit words. ayur, which means life, and veda which means knowledge or science. Ayurveda literally means “knowledge of life” and its guiding principles are believed to have been handed down methodically through great masters and seers.

In Ayurveda, we believe that everything is composed of 5 elements called Panchamahabhutas (fire, water, air, earth, space). By correcting the balance of these elements within ourselves and in relation to the world around us, we will promote good health at all levels.

Today, Ayurveda is practiced around the world as a natural healthcare system. It focuses on substances and actions, which enhance the quality of our lives, by incorporating a philosophy of diet, detoxification, yoga, mental refinement and insight into living in complete balance with nature.