Welcome to the Spa at Elephas Resort, where you can rejuvenate your body, mind, and soul. Our spa treatments are designed to provide a serene and tranquil experience, promoting relaxation, wellness, and inner balance. Our professional therapists use natural and locally sourced ingredients to create customized treatments tailored to your individual needs. From traditional Sri Lankan Ayurveda to modern therapeutic massages, our spa offers a range of treatments that will leave you feeling refreshed, revitalized, and renewed.


Padabhyanga is a traditional Ayurvedic foot massage that involves the use of warm herbal oil and gentle pressure to stimulate the nerve endings and release tension in the feet and legs. The massage therapist applies the oil to the feet and uses a variety of techniques to massage the soles, toes, and ankles. The warm … Padabhyanga Read More »


ShiroAbhyanga is a traditional Ayurvedic treatment that combines two therapies, shirodhara and abhyanga, into one powerful therapy for the head and body. The treatment begins with a gentle full body massage using warm herbal oil, which is designed to help release tension in the muscles, promote relaxation, and increase blood circulation. Following the massage, warm … ShiroAbhyanga Read More »

Herbal shirodara

Herbal shirodhara treatment is an ancient Ayurvedic therapy that involves pouring warm herbal oil over the forehead in a slow and steady stream. The oil is typically infused with herbs such as brahmi, ashwagandha, or bhringraj, which have calming and grounding properties for the body and mind. The stream of warm oil is directed at … Herbal shirodara Read More »

Herbal full body oil massage

Herbal full body oil massage treatment is a spa therapy that involves the application of warm herbal oil all over the body using long, flowing strokes. The herbal oil used in the massage is typically made from a blend of natural herbs, such as lavender, chamomile, or rosemary, which have calming and soothing properties for … Herbal full body oil massage Read More »