Maharishi Rejuvenation Therapy (MRT)
Definition - What does Maharishi Rejuvenation Therapy (MRT) mean?
Maharishi Rejuvenation Therapy is a form of cleansing that is said to help prevent disease by triggering the natural healing mechanisms in the body and by removing impurities at a deep level.
Panchakarma is the name given to a variety of different therapies that all fall under the heading of rejuvenation therapy. These include steam baths and massages, usually carried out over a number of days with an Ayurvedic physician present.
Yogapedia explains Maharishi Rejuvenation Therapy (MRT)
The Maharishi Ayurveda Program advocates gentle cleansing on a periodic basis in order to bring greater balance to the whole being. This is because of the importance of removing toxins, which build up more quickly than the body can usually handle, especially those over the age of 40.
Maharishi Rejuvenation Therapy is carried out at Maharishi Ayurveda health centers across the world, and it is suggested that people receiving the treatment for the first time stay for a minimum of one week.