“The body of one who uses oil massage regularly does not become affected much even if subjected to accidental injuries, or strenuous work. By using oil massage daily, a person is endowed with pleasant touch, trimmed body parts and becomes strong, charming and least affected by old age.“
Charaka Samhita Vol. 1, 88-89
Classic full body Abhyangam
Abhyanga is a Sanskrit term loosely translated to mean ‘anointing the body with oil’. Abhyanga is normally done with warm oil, starting with the soles of feet and working up to the head. Sneha in Sanskrit means unctousness. Oil is lubricating, smooth, heavy and most of all has a grounding effect on the body and mind. When warm oil is applied on the body, it gives one a luxurious relaxed feeling immediately. It wards off old age, exertion and aggravation of vata, improve vision, nourishment to the body, long life, good sleep, good and strong (healthy) skin.
Abhyanga back massage
Ayurvedic back massage is so special to relax muscles of your back and it is very effective if you are disturbed by neck and back strain. Ayurvedic massage therapist puts pressure on various points of the back near the spinal cord, which helps you relax and get benefits of Marma therapy. It works gradually up the spine towards the waist and shoulders. You can find a great relaxation too if you are looking for relaxation through back massage. A soft touch of therapist helps your nerves to bliss and re-energize yourself.
Abhyanga head massage
In Sanskrit, ‘shiras’ means head and ‘abhyanga’ means massage. Shiro Abhyanga involves massaging the head, neck and shoulders with sesame oil to calm and balance your mind and nervous system.Ayurvedic head massage does wonder when it comes to calming your mind and rejuvenating your soul. It relaxes your eyes, stimulates proper blood circulation of the scalp, and relieves stress. Ayurvedic head massage involves a variety of massage techniques that trigger pressure points using circular massage strokes that focus on your head, neck, and shoulders, unlike the normal head massage where you concentrate on only apply the oil to the scalp.
Podikizhi with Abhyangam
Discover the rejuvenating benefits of Podikizhi, a traditional Ayurvedic therapy designed to alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and promote relaxation. In this unique treatment, herbal powders known for their medicinal properties are bundled in linen pouches, heated, and gently massaged over the body.
Ideal for those with joint pain, muscle stiffness, or anyone seeking a deep sense of relaxation, Podikizhi improves circulation, detoxifies the body, and revitalizes your overall well-being.Practitioner tailor each Podikizhi session to your individual health needs, ensuring a personalized and therapeutic experience.
Kativasti with Abhyanga
Kativasti is an Ayurvedic therapy renowned for its effectiveness in treating lower back pain. This soothing treatment involves the retention of warm herbal oil over the lower back, encased in a well created from dough. The warm oil deeply penetrates the muscular tissue, alleviating pain, tension, and stiffness.
Ideal for conditions like lumbar spondylosis, sciatica, and spinal disorders, Kativasti not only relieves pain but also strengthens the back muscles and increases spinal flexibility. Practitioner ensure a serene and therapeutic experience, offering you a natural pathway to back pain relief and spinal health.
Rediscover comfort and mobility with the ancient wisdom of Kativasti.
Udwarthanam is a unique Ayurvedic treatment involving a deep, dry massage using herbal powders. This vigorous and exfoliating therapy is renowned for its ability to stimulate the body, aiding in weight loss, improving skin texture, and enhancing circulation.
Ideal for detoxification and rejuvenation, Udwarthanam not only helps in reducing excess body fat but also invigorates the lymphatic system, leading to a refreshed and revitalized feeling. Practitioner this treatment to your specific needs, ensuring a transformative and energizing experience.
Embrace the revitalizing power of Udwarthanam for a healthier, more vibrant you.
Massages for relaxation
Abhyanga is a massage that is done with warm oil. The oil is applied on the entire body, from the scalp to the soles of your feet. It’s the most popular massage in Ayurveda. Therapy is given with specific care to the points to promote the complete relaxation.
The oil is the central component of this practice.
When combined with massage strokes, it is thought to promote overall health and wellness.
Massages for pain relief
Various herbal oil combinations are mentioned in Ayurveda for pain relief.
Ayurveda helps in pain due to chronic conditions with muscle pains, joint issues, back issues etc.
At times oil massage is combined with fomentation with poultice (bag of herbal powder) made warm and applied over the joint.
Massages for better sleep
Specific herbal oils that promotes the sleep is used and Abhyanga (massage that’s done with warm oil) is done focusing the specific points which helps to relieve the tensions and promote sleep.
The oil is applied on the entire body, from the scalp to the soles of your feet.
The oil is the central component of this practice.
When combined with massage strokes, it’s thought to promote overall health and wellness.
Ayurvedic Panchakarma methods are relaxing and detoxifying at the same time. They have great healing potentials of modern day health issues. Best benefits you will get if is combined with suitable diet and lifestyle advices as well.
Myself, Ayurveda Dr. Dinil Paul from India, the home of Ayurveda.
I have an experience since 2010 in clinical Panchakarma therapeutics taking care of various health issues. Let's meet each other to take care of your health concerns. See you soon!
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