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Ayurvedic Massage Melbourne
 

Price : AUD 80.00

Ayurvedic Massage Melbourne

 Best Massage with Medicinal Ayurvedic Oils in Melbourne 

 

Price: $75, Duration: 45 minutes

 


Ayurvedic Body Massage (Oil Therapy) - Called Abhyanga, the application of oil to the skin has for thousands of years played an important role in Ayurvedic health care. Ayurvedic Full Body Massage shows magical results on body. Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic offers Massage Therapy in Melbourne. You can also contact us for Best Massage In Knox.

 

Beyond the obvious benefits of moisturizing and nourishing the skin, Oil Therapy treats Vata conditions, emaciation and weaknesses of the lungs, bones and nervous system.

 

 Ayurvedic Full Body Massage is good for the old and the very young; it helps reverse the effects of over-indulgence, irregularity and loneliness.

 

A full body massage in which warm, herbalised sesame oil is lovingly and soothingly applied in a continuous flowing sequence to relax and balance the physiology.

 

The oil penetrates the pores of the skin and subcutaneous adipose tissues and loosens impurities and toxins which have accumulated there.

 

The massage may last for over an hour depending on the speed and depth chosen to suit your Ayurvedic body-type.

 

Ayurveda employs a wide range of powerful massage techniques to help rectify imbalances within the physiology.

 

Most Ayurvedic massages are luxuriously relaxing, to soothe the body and calm the mind, while others are more stimulating, to energise the body and mobilise impurities.

 

Treatment plans are usually individually tailored, so whether you need to relax the mind or purify and revitalise the whole body a suitable treatment package will be prescribed to help bring the body back into balance.

 

However, on a daily basis you can also carry out your own ‘mini-massage’ – it is simple to do and highly effective in delaying the signs of aging, toning the skin and helping strengthen the immune system.

 

 

How Ayurvedic Massage is different from other massages:

 

 

  • Your therapist will use medicated oil and specific strokes relevant to your body’s constitution and present imbalances, which aid in the systematic elimination of toxins.
  • Your therapist will unblock stagnated energy by massaging 107 marma points (energy points) which induces a more rhythmic energy flow and leaves you feeling more relaxed and rejuvenated
  • The massage finishes with the head being massaged with the medicated oils as well. This helps to bring balance between the mind and body and stabilise the nervous system.
  • An Ayurvedic massage also counters joint stiffness, arthritis, mental and physical fatigue and aids with sleep
  • It will slow down the ageing process by improving skin texture and complexion

 

 Benefits of Ayurvedic Full Body massage:

 

  • Balances all three doshas; vata, pitta and kapha.
  • Promote flexibility and suppleness.
  • Increases strength, energy and vitality.
  • Improves the quality of sleep.
  • Increases softness and lustre of the skin.
  • Improves the quality of skin by making it tender, delicate, and strong.
  • Reduces the signs of aging (rejuvenating).
  • Decreases stress, anxiety and fear and balances the mind and emotions.
  • Relieves exertion, tiredness, and weakness due to various physical activities.
  • Improves the energy flow throughout the channels and helps flush out toxins.
  • Improves the lymphatic and circulatory system thus improving our immune system.
  • Relieves from poor concentration, insomnia, daily wear & tear of body.
  • Good for chronic headaches & migraines, joint pain, water retention.

 

 

Those on a health programme structured by an Ayurvedic practioner should have a massage at least once a month.

 

Those who do not follow an Ayurvedic health programme should consider a massage at least once a fortnight to maintain optimum balance.

 

Having acquainted yourself with the benefits of Ayurvedic Full Body Massage, you can now contact us for Massage Therapy Melbourne and for Best Massage In Knox.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr Gurnam Singh Saini

Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery

MD Alternative Medicine

Panchkarma Detox Expert

Member of AAA(Australian Association of Ayurveda)
 
www.PureHerbalAyurved.com.au
PH- 0061 430 799 515 
Email- PureHerbalClinic@gmail.com