Aghyanga Massage is a form of Ayurvedic therapy that involves a light massage of the entire body from head to toe with Dosha-specific warm herbal-infused oil that calms the nervous system, strengthens the entire muscular system, and invigorates the internal organs via reflex zones in the skin. It stimulates the vital life force (Prana) within in the body. In addition, the aging process is slowed, and prematurely aged tissues are rejuvenated.
Improved circulation, strength, vision, and stamina
Increased moisture for softer skin
Improved texture, tone, and overall skin appearance
Strengthened bodily tissues, and lubrication of internal organs, bones, and joints
Better sleep and overall health
The term Shirodhara comes from two Sanskrit words. “Shiro” means ‘head’ and “dhara” means ‘to pour’. Together it means pouring of warm herbal Ayurvedic oils on the forehead from a specific height, for a specific time period in a continuous stream, allowing the oil to run through the scalp and down into the hair.
Rids mental exhaustion
Rids anxiety, depression, and mental fatigue
Helps with headaches and neck pain
Enhances the function of the central nervous system
Treats chronic pain conditions in the lower back area. This involves shaping a ring of dough on the lower back and filling it with warm Ayurvedic oils.
Inflammation, back pain, and spinal problems
Nasya is an ancient Ayurvedic treatment that combines a head, neck, and shoulder massage with organic aromatherapy products and the application of warm herbal oil to the nasal cavity.
Hay fever, allergic respiratory conditions, allergies, tinnitus, headaches, sinus conditions, paralysis, psychological conditions, memory difficulties, and poor concentration.
Detox & Cleanse
A DETOX CLEANSES AND STRENGTHENS THE BODY
Periodic internal cleansing, simply does us good. This is a belief that links many cultures and religions around the world. Fasting periods help the body rid itself of damaging metabolic products that have built up. When it comes to internal cleansing and strengthening the body, current Ayurvedic methods are founded on tried and tested, sophisticated detox procedures.
Postpartum Ayurvedic Massage
The Ayurvedic Technician gives the mother a warm oil massage which relaxes the body and also resets the physiology. These daily massages last for about an hour and are wonderful for rest, relaxation, and rejuvenation.
This massage helps to move the imbalanced Vata downwards to create balance in the system after childbirth.
Blissful Baby Massage
Ayurvedic wisdom recommends daily massage for babies to encourage strong immunity, intelligence, cheerful attitudes, and love. It also enhances circulation and encourages good digestion and creates balance in the baby’s body and good sleep.