Full Body Ayurvedic Abhyanga Massage & Indian Head Massage - 90 Minutes
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Why get a full body Ayurvedic Abhyanga Massage?Massage is the treatment of external and internal layers of muscle and connective tissue to improve function and help in the healing process which relaxes both mind and body. Abhyanga massage is one kind of massage therapy which is used by practitioners of Ayurveda an established Hindu system of medicine. Ayurvedic practitioners recommend that people receive Abhyanga massage every day to keep their bodies balanced, healthy, and alert. Abhyanga massage is a mild but firm whole body massage from head to toe using warm medicated oils. The massage involves generously covering the person in oil and then using even, gentle movements to rub the oil deeply into the body. The massage is done in a soft rhythmic way with one or two persons massaging at the same time for forty five to sixty minutes. Abhyanga massage is a deeply relaxing, rejuvenating experience in addition to treating certain diseases. This massage also nourishes the body, extends the life span, provides good sleep, enhance the skin texture, improves the vision and provides better physical stability.
Is Full Body Ayurvedic Abhyanga Massage right for me?Based on the principles of ayurveda, every person has a precise body type known as a ‘dosha’. There are three doshas: Pitta: Pitta consists of the two elements fire and water. People with more Pitta in their creation tend to be of medium proportions, with a frame that is neither petite nor heavy Kapha: Kapha consists of the two elements water and earth. People with more Kapha in their creation tend to be of larger proportions, with a healthy frame and padded You do not have access to view this node Vata: Vata consists of the two elements space and air. People with more Vata in their creations tend to be thin, with a slender frame and well-known . In Ayurveda, it is believed that there are seven layers of tissue in the body called ‘dhatus’. Each consecutive layer is more intense and revitalizing. Everyone has a particular balance of doshas which must be concentrated in ayurvedic therapy. The notion of specific body types appears in many Eastern healing techniques, and it needs practitioners to be extremely flexible, as they must be able to formulate treatments on an personal basis for their clients; in abhyanga massage, a persons dosha finds out what kind of oil should be used, and what kind of ingredients should be added.
How is full body Abhyanga Massage Performed?Traditionally, abhyanga massage is carried out in the morning, to elucidate the mind and stimulate the client for the entire day. The client lies undressed on a specifically designed table, and the massage therapist pours warmed and specially formulated oil over his or her body. Generally, Sesame and coconut oils are used, along with a variety of herbs. The oil is let to soak in for few minutes before the massage therapist starts, using rhythmic, gentle strokes with the whole palm. Occasionally, two massage therapists may work on the same client. An abhyanga massage can last up to an hour. After the massage is completed, the client is asked to shower to take a steamy bath to make the oil absorb into the muscles For people who cannot handle a daily massage, practitioners of Ayurveda suggest that people oil their feet, hands, and heads every day with oil that is specially prepared for their dosha. Abhyanga massage may also be harmonized with ‘shirodhara’, an ayurvedic treatment which involves dripping warm oil or milk onto the forehead. One can get the full benefit of this Ayurvedic detoxification by drinking plenty of water and following any other post-treatment advice from your massage therapist. Abhyanga massage differs from many western massage methods in that it is not deep. It is meant to nourish the body with touch and rich oil, and while it certainly promotes healthy circulation and You do not have access to view this node, it does not deeply penetrate the soft tissues of the body.
What are the Benefits of Abhyanga Massage?
⦁ Increased circulation, particularly to nerve endings edit
⦁ Toning of the muscles and the entire body structure
⦁ Calming for the nerves
⦁ Lubrication of the You do not have access to view this node
⦁ Increased mental concentration
⦁ removal of impurities from the body
⦁ Softer, smoother You do not have access to view this node
⦁ Increased levels of energy for the entire day
⦁ Better, deeper sleep at night
⦁ Strengthening the body’s tolerance
⦁ Improves vision
⦁ Reduces the effects of aging
⦁ Generates softness, strength and luster to the body
⦁ A regular Abhyanga protects from stress, anxiety, exhaustion and Vata disorder.