Through attentive pulse reading the Ayurvedic practitioner can interpret subtle imbalances in the doshas – Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Stress, impaired digestion, travel and irregular hours may all contribute in pushing health out of balance. An Ayurvedic program utilises appropriate nutrition and lifestyle for your unique type. Herbs, therapies, relaxation, yoga and meditation also assist your body’s ability to naturally return to balanced health.
Ayurvedic massage can restore balance and harmony, resulting in self-healing, good health and longevity. Some of the disorders that can be treated with Ayurveda are: arthritis, gout, impotence, infertility, menopausal syndromes, menstrual irregularities, migraine, psoriasis, weight issues and more.
- abhyanga massage
Generous amounts of different warm, herb-infused oils are applied during a full body, foot and head massage to relieve aching joints, lower back ache or general fatigue.
- kati basti massage
A reservoir of warm, herb oil is left on the lumbar area to infuse in order to treat many lower back issues including sciatica, painful discs as well as general stress.
- shirodhara massage
A steady stream of warm, aromatic oil is used rhythmically across the forehead calming the mind and soothing the nervous system.
- uzhichil massage
This very effective treatment is the complete deep tissue Kalari massage, which is a traditional form of ancient healing with its roots in Ayurveda and Siddhaveda. Uzhichil massage restores the youthful condition or appearance, improves the blood circulation as well as the activity of the nervous and muscular systems. It enhances the circulation of the bodily fluids and activates the lymphatic system to further aid the detoxification. Uzhichil Kalari massage strengthens the body by relaxing it and opening up its energy pathways.