More than 3000 years ago Ayurvedic medicine wasdeveloped in India, and is now one of the world’s oldest holistic healing system. It’s based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and spirit. Its main goal is to promote good health, not fight disease, but treatments may be geared toward specific health problems. If your mind, body, and spirit are in harmony with the universe, you have good health.
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Padabhyanga – Foot Massage
This ritual begins with bathing and cleansing the feet. Gentle pressure is applied to restore vital energy using anti-inflammatory oil on the feet and ankles to reduce swelling and relieve tiredness. A superb treatment for the feet.
Shirodhara – Head Massage
This treatment stills the mind. A soothing scalp massage prior to a gentle steam of herbal infused oil on to the forehead which gently flows through the hair. This therapy
works on a deep level to quiet the mind, soothing the central nervous system. A sleep inducing treamtnet, great for those who suffer from insomnia.
Udvartana – Invigorating Massage
A full body powder massage using specially formulated Ayurvedic herbs that are powerful and exfoliating. This helps to aid digestion, break down fatty deposits and stimulate circulation. Ideal for those seeking to feel invigorated and improve muscle tone. Pure Energy!
Abhyanga - Full Body Massage
The Abhyanga technique involves gently massaging warm, wholly plant-based oil into the entire body (including the head and face) and can be varied in accordance with the respective dosha types. The application of the oil with the palms brings about total relaxation of the body and mind. This fullbody massage has a rejuvenating, revitalising and purifying effect and stimulates the skin, muscles and nervous system. The Abhyanga method is ideal for people whose lives are often stressful and/or suffer from sleeping disorders, restlessness or a lack of energy.
Pristabhyanga – Back Massage
This deluxe treatment starts with a massage of the back area working carefully up the spine, waist and shoulder areas which are often stressed areas in need of attention.
Its finale is a rejuvenating & strengthening hot poultice treatment which used cotton poultice bags filled with especially collected herbs which are first steamed then dipped
in warm oil and pressed rhythmically over the back area. The heat along side the herbs works in relieving muscle pain, tensions and deep-seated stresses and strains.