A healthy lifestyle is important and many people in Sri Lanka have a strong believe in the healing effects of the traditional Devil Dance and Ayurveda, which are both a tremendous factor within the Sri Lankan health care industry.
Both are competing with traditional Western Medicare, which is provided by many fine doctors, from which most had studied medicine in England or India.
Authentic Devil Dance from the jungle and a tourist version mixed with Cricket and Bob Marley Beach vibes.
Meanwhile Sri Lanka has a very long tradition in Ayurveda treatments and many fine doctors are also some great consultants.
Very famous in Sri Lanka is the outstanding Nooit - Gedacht Health Resort in Unawatuna, where nice beach holidays can be combined with Ayurveda treatment plans.
The girl shown on the photo was reported to suffer from mental disturbances and her family kept on spending around 50.000 rupees every few months to host a very big Devil Dance ceremony in the jungle side of Habaraduwa in the deep South of Sri Lanka.
Massage is widely offered in Sri Lanka and various types of venues are seeking to capitalize on that trend.