Price : AUD 160.00
Abhayanga 45min $120 + sarvang Sweda 15min $40 = $160
Ayurvedic Body Massage treatment (Oil Therapy) - Called Abhyanga, the application of oil to your skin, has for centuries played a significant part in Ayurvedic holistic and herbal health care.
In addition to its moisturizing effects, it also has significant therapeutic benefits. According to Ayurvedic Science, it alleviates Vata aggravation and reduces physical fatigue and mental stress. It helps to improve flexibility and promotes suppleness. It also aims to improve the skin health and makes it delicate, soft and tender, but stronger. It has rejuvenating effects, which helps to improve lifespan and reduce the signs of aging. All of its beneficial effects are genrally attributed to its effects on blood circulation and relaxation. It tends to increase blood circulation and aims to induce deep relaxation, which is ultimately helpful in a number of diseases.
Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic uses customised herbal oils based on your ayurvedic pulse on the day and offers you individualised Ayurvedic massage treatment Therapy in Northcote, Melbourne.
Ayurvedic Body Massage treatment methods are good for the old and the young; it may help reverse the effects of over-indulgence, irregularity and loneliness.
In ayurvedic body massage warm, herbalised sesame oil is applied in a continuous flowing sequence. The oil penetrates the pores of the epidermis and subcutaneous adipose tissues and helps to loosens ama/toxins which have accumulated there.
The ayurvedic massage may last for over an hour depending on the speed and depth chosen to suit your Ayurvedic body-type.
Ayurveda employs a variety of powerful massage techniques to help instability within the body.
Most Ayurvedic massages are luxuriously relaxing, to soothe the body and calm the brain, while others are more stimulating, to energise the body and mobilise toxins.
Treatment plans are usually individually tailored, so whether you need to rest the brain or purify and revitalise the body, a suitable treatment package is prescribed to help carry the body back into stability.
However, each and every day you can also carry out your own ‘mini-massage’ at home– it is simple to do and impressive in delaying the ravages of time, toning your epidermis layer and helping strengthen the defence mechanisms.
Your ayurvedic massage therapist will use ayurvedic herbal oil and specific strokes relevant to your body’s constitution which aid the body in the systematic elimination of ama/toxins by moving them into the excretory channels.
Your ayurveda practitioner will aim to unblock stagnated energy flow by massaging 107 marma factors (energy points) which induces a more rhythmic power circulation and leaves you feeling more relaxed and rejuvenated.
The Ayurvedic massage finishes with the head being massaged with the treated oils as well. This enables you to take stability between the brain and our bodies and stabilise the neurological program.
An Ayurvedic massage also helps counter combined stiffness, arthritis, physical and mental fatigue and aids with sleep.
It also aids to slow down the ageing process by enhancing epidermis texture and complexion.
Those on a wellness program structured by an Ayurvedic practitioner should ideally have a massage at least once a month.
Ayurvedic Practitioner (Recognised as Ayurvedic Doctor in India)
Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery from India
MD in Alternative Medicine from India
Certificate in Ayurveda Panchkarma Detox from India
Certificate in Ayurveda Pulse & Tongue Diagnosis from India
Member of AAA (Australasian Association of Ayurveda)
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