Administration of herbally infused oil into the nostrils. Oil helps facilitate the cleansing process and the nose is the gateway of the Skull.
The name comes from the Sanskrit words shiro (head) and dhara (flow). Continue reading Shirodhara
Udwartana is a stimulating and exfoliating therapy using a specially prepared herbal powder in Ayurveda.
(Sanskrit: अभ्यंग or अभ्यङ्ग “Oil Massage”) is a form of Ayurvedic medicine that involves massage of the body with large amounts of warm oil and is classified as Continue reading Abhyanga
Is typically performed by using raw silk gloves, black salt, camphor and rose essential oil that gently removes dead skin layers leaving the skin supple and Continue reading Garshana
Dry brush (skin condition/congested skin) is an ayurvedic dry massage performed on dry skin (hence the name) that refreshes and stimulates the skin Continue reading Dry brush
Indian head & shoulders massage
Can be very effective since most of the marma points (vital and reflex points in Ayurveda) are located in the upper body. Warm oil combined with essential oils Continue reading Indian head & shoulders massage
Yoga massage therapy
Chavutti Thirunal literally meaning “foot pressure” in the Malayalam language and also known as “foot/rope massage”, is a traditional Indian massage Continue reading Yoga massage therapy
Padabhyanga or feet massage has a very special place within the Ayurvedic tradition. It is commonly practiced as a daily ritual, especially before retiring at Continue reading Padabhyanga
Chakra cascate massage
The word Chakra (चक्र) derives from the Sanskrit word meaning “wheel,” as well as “circle” and “cycle”. It’s described by many as a spinning wheel of light. Of the Continue reading Chakra cascate massage