The word ‘Ayurveda’ can be broken into ‘Ayur’ and ‘Veda’.  ‘Ayur’ (which means ‘Life’) is the constant amalgamation and union of body, sense organs, mind and self. ‘Veda’  means ‘Knowledge’. Together, Ayurveda means ‘Knowledge of Life and Longevity’. 

The basic principles of Ayurveda trace their roots to the core of Indian philosophy and  highlight a noble concept:  that man is the microcosm of the macrocosm that is the universe. Man and the entire universe are composed of the same basic elements. There is in man as much  diversity as is present in the external universe. Visualising the ‘self’ in the entire universe and the  entire universe in the ‘self’ represents the most evolved state of man.

The origins of Ayurveda cannot be traced to a single individual as knowledge has always  been there. We believe that Ayurveda is eternal; it is in constant flow and has no beginning or end because it is in consonance with Nature’s Law. 

The theory is that man must have used  measures and medicines to promote his health and cure his illnesses. Based on his experiences, he developed an understanding of the causative effects of his illness, how they manifested, prognosis and treatment methods. This information was passed down the generations and, in time, rules were framed to treat a particular ailment. This is the basis of Ayurvedic system of medicine.  

Was this information codified in some form or another? The answer is yes and no. There  are scattered references for health and treatment of diseases in the ancient Vedas such as Rig  Veda, Yajur Veda, Sama Veda and Atharva Veda. It is the last one – the Atharva Veda – that has the most information about how to promote health in addition to preventing and treating  diseases.

T&CM Centre Operating Hours:

Monday – Friday: 8.30am – 5.30pm

Saturday: 8.30am – 1.00pm

Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed
Lunch Break: 1.00pm – 2.00pm



My name is Siby Chiramel, and I hail from Kerala, India. I hold a Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery, which I received in 1988 from Madras University. My professional journey began with my tenure at the Jeevana Ayurveda Hospital in Coimbatore, followed by Nayar Samaj Ayurveda Centre in Mumbai, where I gained valuable experience as an Ayurvedic practitioner.

In 2000, I embarked on an international career and joined Ayur Centre Sdn Bhd, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where I served as the Chief Ayurvedic Physician. My hard work and dedication paid off, and I was appointed as Senior Medical Consultant at Saranya Ayurveda Hospital and Vaidyagrāma, located in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India.

In recognition of my work, I have received several prestigious awards, including the ‘Ambassador of Peace’ by the Universal Peace Federation (2014) and ‘Best Ayurveda Physician and Wellness Catalyst of the Year’ by the Ministry of Tourism, Malaysia, and Yoga Life (2020). I am also a member of the Traditional and Complementary Medicine Council of the Ministry Of Health in Malaysia and have been appointed as a member of the Malaysian Quality Accreditation (MQA) Council of the Government of Malaysia. Most recently, I was listed as one of the most successful people in Malaysia in a publication by British Media Publication House.

Ayurveda Services


Outpatient Consultations

A 30 minutes Physical/ Online consultation will be starting off in order to assess the health condition and offering you the suitable suggestions in writing and afterwards, the herbs will be dispense from our own herbal dispensary. 


Inpatient Admission

Patient can be admitted for in-house treatments for various illnesses. The facility includes single, double and family room   (4 beds). Personalised nutrition and yoga practice are utilised along with your Ayurveda treatments. 


Yoga Therapy

It combines physical postures, breathing exercises, meditation, and relaxation techniques to promote health and healing. In Ayurveda, yoga therapy is tailored to suit individual needs, addressing specific health concerns and imbalances. 


Panchakarma Treatments

All in-house treatments are generally called Panchakarma even though there are many dozen different treatments and hundreds of variations to them.  Your Panchakarma program is tailored for you in every sense. Also, adapted as you improve, step by step.


The Ayurveda consultation can be done conveniently via zoom or other method. It is easy to do this as all phones and other devices have video-calling facilities. And, this is exactly like a face to face consultation in effect. The medicines will be sent using courier service when required which arrives at your doorstep in approximate 4 days. Contact us for more information. WEEKENDS ONLY.