Ayurvedic Massage

Ayurvedic Massage

What is Ayurvedic Massage?

Ayurvedic massage is a traditional Indian healing practice based on Ayurveda principles. It involves the use of warm herbal oils and specific techniques tailored to the individual’s dosha (body type). The massage aims to balance energies, improve circulation, and release toxins. Ayurvedic massage also promotes relaxation, relieves muscle tension, and enhances overall well-being, aligning mind, body, and spirit.

The steps involved in a Ayurvedic Massage are as follows:

  • Client Assessment: The therapist determines the individual’s dosha (body type) through a consultation to customize the massage.
  • Oil Selection: Warm herbal oils are chosen based on the client’s dosha and specific needs.
  • Client Preparation: The client undresses to their comfort level and lies on a massage table, draped with a sheet.
  • Application of Oil: The therapist begins by massaging the entire body with warm herbal oils, using long, rhythmic strokes.
  • Marma Points: Specific pressure is applied to marma points (energy centers) to balance energy flow.
  • Stretching and Manipulation: Gentle stretching and joint manipulation may be incorporated to enhance flexibility.
  • Focus Areas: The therapist spends extra time on areas of tension or concern identified during the assessment.
  • Closing: The massage concludes with a brief period of relaxation, allowing the oils to penetrate the skin.

Ayurvedic massage aims to harmonize the doshas, detoxify the body, and promote physical and mental balance and rejuvenation.

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