Authentic Ayurveda in Germany - since 1995

Ayurveda-Klinik Kassel

In our Ayurveda-department we look back at more than 25 years of experience in practicing ayurvedic medicine in Germany. Relying on this experience we endeavour to find the right ways, means and methods to help you to regain or stabilize your health.

Right in the heart of Germany you will experience authentic Ayurveda as it has been successfully practiced in India for many centuries.

Dr. med. Ananda Samir Chopra

Dr. med. Ananda Samir Chopra
starting at 1.140 €

4 days: Take a break with Ayurveda

Your individual course of therapy will be planned only after the initial consultation with the doctor. Hence the therapies mentioned below serve as an example only. Depending on the individual course of treatment the price may also vary.

Ayurveda Klinik
Ayurveda Klinik

Ayurveda Klinik

The Ayurveda-Klinik is an independent department in the renowned Habichtswald-Klinik Hospital. The Habichtswald-Klinik enjoys an excellent reputation in Germany and internationally as an institution for holistic medicine and Naturopathy.

The Klinik is located in Bad Wilhelmshöhe, the western part of the city of Kassel, offering a beautiful view over the whole city. It is directly adjacent to the Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe, the largest mountain-park in Europe, which is an UNESCO-world heritage site since 2013. This uniquely designed park offers more than 300 kilometers of shady walkways among beautiful old trees. Among the sites, which are just a short walk away from the Klinik is the castle Schloss Wilhelmshöhe with its unforgettable collection of classical paintings especially by dutch masters and its collection of antique pieces of art. The mountain park is crowned by the large statue of Hercules, which has become a landmark of Kassel.

The Ayurveda-Klinik has a quality-management system of the highest standard certified and regularly audited according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2015.


that we treat

Ayurveda is, of course, not a miracle cure for everything. However, over the years we have made the experience that Ayurveda can offer an alternative or complementary mode of therapy in a large number of diseases. Typical indication of Ayurvedic therapy can be found here.

FAQ Frequently asked questions
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To find out what you need to sustain your health we start with a comprehensive ayurvedic diagnosis including the diagnosis of your constitution. The treatments you receive, the food that is served and the oils used for massage, everything is tailored to your individual needs. In this way you will experience well-being in body, mind and soul.

The basis of the ayurverdic doctrine is the conception of five main elements out of which everything is created, including human beings and the world around them. This is used as a basis for giving a systematic explanation of the interrelation between humans and their environment. Two “concerns” influence human beings: Structural concerns, such as types of tissue, for example muscular or fatty tissue and different circulatory systems, such as blood vessels and neural pathways. Strengths or energies, because humans beings are in a constant state of change. Among these “energies”, the three Doshas are especially important, as they regulate bodily functions. Our questionnaire will assist you in determining your ayurvedic constitution.

The Ayurveda ideology requires that every individual maintain his own system of beliefs. Ever in ancient times, doctors and writers were of different religious convictions – Buddhists and Hindus – and in India today, Christians and Muslims can also be found among the ayurvedic doctors.

Of course, Ayurveda is not a miracle cure for everything. A broken leg or acute appendicitis must first be treated using modern medical techniques. It has, however, been our experience, that Ayurveda can be an effective alternative or supplement in the treatment of many illnesses. Additionally, our Ayurveda-Klinik is part of the Habichtswald-Klinik which is comprised of numerous medical units.