Full body massage (Thaila Abyanga)
Full body massage is a key part of Ayurveda therapy. However, combining skilled knowledge of the body with knowledge of oils, music and bodywork techniques has resulted in a profound art for balancing the body and mind through the medium of oil massage for the entire body known as Abhyanaga.
Foot Massage (Pãda prathijanana)
In the Ayurveda tradition, foot massage is said to balance the bodily humors, or doshas such as vata, pitta, and kapha. According to Ayurveda, balancing vata, pitta, and kapha activates the body’s natural immune response.
Herbal Body Scrub (Udwarthana)
This herbal body scrub will make the skin look younger. Using some Ayurveda herbs and powders, the skin can be made soft and supple by scrubbing whole body with these ayurveda ingredients such as a mixture of herbs, herbal powders, bee honey, gee and curd.
Herbal bath (Awagaha Sweda)
Herbal bathing represents a cleansing not only of the physical body but also of the spiritual self. In addition to cleansing body and spirit, bathing is also associated with numerous other benefits to the mind and body. This herbal bath is done by using Ayurveda ingredients such as herbal leaves, flowers, powders etc. According to the physical and mental constitutional properties of the receiver.
Oil bath (Sarvanga Dhara)
Regular Ayurveda Oil Bath, or self massage with medicated herbal oils, such as Sesame, Coconut, and Mustard appropriate to a person’s dosha which is also called an Ayurveda Oil Bath.
Oil shirodara (Thaila Dhara)
Oil Shirodhara is the process in which medicated oil is poured in a continuous stream of drip onto the head, especially onto the forehead. Depending on the drug compositions, Dhara is known by Thaila dhara. It stimulates your central nervous system and then your mind which brings complete relaxation. It regulates the hormonal system (Thaila Dhara) and plays a remarkable role.