The story of Naad began in 2011 when the founders came together to fulfil their dream of setting up a centre that promotes holistic wellbeing and offers a glimpse into India’s ancient healing techniques. Research and collaboration with like-minded partners helped breathe life into this vision and Naad’s journey to inspire people to adopt a more fulfilling and healthier lifestyle commenced soon thereafter. Brief overview of Naad Wellness.It is a 39-room wellness centre located in Kundli, just outside New Delhi. Based on the principles of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Naad features a bouquet of experiences that begin at 3 nights and go up to 28 nights and include a combination of both experiential (Detox, Destress etc) and medical packages (Diabetes Management, PCOS management, Spine Care, Sports Injury Management etc).
The objective is to heal the body, mind and spirit from within, addressing the root cause of any imbalance, rather than offering a superficial short-term solution. Each experience is preceded by a one-on-one consultation with a resident doctor – they have both Ayurvedic and Naturopathic doctors. The doctor then plans for a customised itinerary which is a combination of therapies, yoga, kriyas and nutrition.
Just a few things to familiarise you with the concept of the property:
-It is a strictly no-alcohol and no-tobacco place.
-They only serve caffeine-free hot beverages like ginger tea, lemongrass tea etc.
– Meal plans (including the menu) and the timings will be determined by the doctor. You can also let them know if you have any specific dietary preferences or allergies. The food is vegetarian and seasonal, with produce sourced fresh from neighbourhood farms. In fact, the chef also maintains his own kitchen garden and you might want to check it out during your stay there.
-Lastly, Naad does not have televisions but they do have Wifi and a small library which you can freely borrow books from during your stay. Naad is located a stone’s throw from New Delhi and is connected with all major cities in India and the rest of the world via the Indira Gandhi International Airport, which is just two hours away.