“Abhyanga”, is a sanskrit word meaning oil massage, as well as tender Ayurvedic treatment that involves massage of the body with warm, pre-medicated oil. It gives a deep feeling of relaxation, warmth and stability. Regular Abhyanga practice restores the balance of doshas and enhances well-being and longievity. Abhyanga also promotes restful and sound sleeping patterns, thereby, treating Insomnia. By the use of specialized Ayurvedic medicated oils, dosha imbalance which is believed to be the root cause of all ailments, can be restored and balanced. Eg, the use of sunflower or cocconut oil to restore Pitta dosha imbalance.
— Improve skin quality by making it soft and smooth with the use of oils
–Improved blood circulation
–toning of the muscles
–lubrication of joints
–increased mental alertness
“ Shirodhara”, is a Sanskrit word —- Shiro means forehead, and Dhara means flow. Shirodhara is a unique form of Ayurvedic therapy that involves gently pouring liquids over the forehead in a slow and steady stream, and this can be one of the treatments under panchakarma. In Ayurveda, Shirodhara is also known as “Third Eye Therapy”, and is quite popular.
The products used In Shirodhara treatments depend on what is being treated, but can include oil, milk, buttermilk, coconut water, even plain water etc.
Specialised forms of Shirodhara treatments can be sub-classified as
KSHEERADHARA—- or DUGDODHARA meaning treatment with milk flow
JALADHARA—- meaning treatment with water
TAILDHARA—- meaning treatment with oil
–promotes relaxation and nourishment
–improves mental clarity
–increases spiritual awareness
–decreases hair loss
–relieves migraines, headaches etc
–relieves stress and anxiety
–reduces depression and insomnia
–gets rid of negative emotions
KATI means waist, and Vasti describes a special type of treatment holding warm Ayurvedic oils on the affected body areas. Kativasti involves retention of warm, medicated oil over the lower back or othe parts of the spine for a certain period. The temperature of the oil is maintained reheating and continuously adding more oil.
–alleviates numbness due to sciatic nerve compression
–treats lower back pain and many other lumbo-sacral ailments
–strengthens back muscles which maintains normal curvature of the spine
–effective treatment for numerous spine disorders
The Knee Joint is called Jaanu sandhi in Sanskrit, hence the name Jaanuvasti is given to the procedure done on the knee joints. In this treatment, the knee joint is bathed with warm, medicated oil or freshly prepared herbal decoction. For acute and chronic knee-pain, Jaanuvasti is the most popular Ayurvedic therapy. It provides magical relief from pain, stiffness associated with knee problems and also long-lasting benefits.
–pacifies aggravated Vata-dosha in the knee region
–lubricates the knee joint and improves mobility
–reduces stiffness and relieves of any associated pain
–protects the knee joint from any age related changes
–increases blood circulation in the affected area
This treatment involves bathing the back of the neck using warm, medicated oil or herbal decoction for required duration of time, retaining the products within a specially formed frame on the cervical area.
–cervical spine related issues can be resolved
–reduction in pain
–increased mobility in the involved joints and muscle tissue
–treatment of cervical spondylitis, both acute and chronic pain in the neck region
It is the science associated with treating special reflex areas in the hands or feet. Hands and Feet are considered mirror images of internal organs inside the body, and hence, putting the right amount of pressure on appropriate reflex areas, the ailments related to the corresponding internal organ or the relevant part of the body can be treated. Ayurveda science is strongly based on the Marma Point theory. Marmas are the secret hidden points all over the body and working on these points, the therapist can treat their clients in regards to their respective concerns.
Aromatherapy is a form of complementary treatment using essential oils and other aromatic compounds which are aimed at improving an individual’s health and mood. The scientific evidence of its effectiveness is growing. Various blends are made involving essential oils and base oils to suit the client needs, and appropriate massage is provided on a targeted body part or a full body massage.
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Indian Head Massage is one of the most popular massage techniques practiced in India, but now also prevalent in the Western World. In India, this massage technique has been passed down through generation, existing as a common method to care for hair and scalp condition in almost every house hold. It is gentle and relaxing, and helps to release the stress that has accumulated over time in the muscle tissues of the head, face, neck, shoulders and upper back.
— Helps with reduction of stress and anxiety
— Helps with Insomnia
–Helps with reduction of headaches and migraines
— Boosts the Immune system
— Improves hair and scalp condition
— Treats dizziness, jaw problems
–Stimulates and improves localized blood and lymphatic circulation
–Provides immense relaxation