Ayurvedic Massage acts powerfully on blood circulation, breathing and Vital Energy. It works the muscle chains and joints throughout the body, blending soft, deep touches with yoga stretches and pulls. It provides postural realignment, stress relief and the strengthening of the immune system.
Ayurvedic Massage – Balance, Peace and Healing Energy
Ayurvedic massage is not only a special experience, but also deeply relaxing. With this deep and energetic massage, we use massage oil and babassu powder. Long, deep repetitive massage movements bring relaxation and inner balance, combined with stretching movements to increase joint amplitude.
What is Ayurvedic Massage?
Indian Ayurveda dates back over 5,000 years. The holistic view of health and well-being is based on three forces, called the Vata, Pitta and Kapha doshas. They determine characteristics of your personality, preferences and habits. But also its weaknesses and strengths. Doshas and energy balance play an important role in Ayurvedic massage. The whole body is massaged. Natural oils, such as sesame and coconut oil, balance the doshas and cleanse the skin and body.
Due to the long and slow massage movements, you will go into deep relaxation. As a result, stress and fatigue drain from your body. Ayurvedic massage techniques have a positive influence on your endurance, lymphatic system and circulation. Back, neck and shoulder pain, among other things, are noticeably lessened through Ayurvedic massage. New balance, this is the core. A gift for your body and mind.
A regular massage brings your body and mind back to top form. A gift for yourself!
Massage is part of preventive medicine according to Ayurveda. It avoids the consequences of an increase in vata dosha in particular, which can lead to physical discomfort. Vata can be increased in its basic constitution, but also for other reasons: weather, age, lifestyle.
It is based on the belief that health and well-being depend on a delicate balance between mind, body and spirit. Its main goal is to promote good health, not fight disease. But treatments can be targeted at specific health problems.
In the tradition of yoga, it is advised to support the practice of yoga with (self) massage to stimulate blood circulation and the lymphatic system, to prevent or treat joint complaints. On a more subtle level, Ayurvedic massage also stimulates prana (vital energy) and blockages in the marmas (pressure points) are removed. Ayurvedic massage leads to a deeper insight into the functioning of the body and consciousness.
Effect of massage According to Ayurvedic teachings, regular massage has the following positive effects:
Makes skin soft and supple Increases resistance Relax muscle system and improve sleep Reduces exhaustion and stress Improves blood circulation and oxygen uptake Increases lymph node function and waste elimination Relaxes the joints