Some of our other
popular treatments include:
Marma point therapy
Marma therapy is an ancient Indian practice whose focus is the manipulation of subtle energy (prana) in the body for the purposes of supporting the healing process. Marma therapy is based on the utilization of 107 points in the body which are considered to be access points to body, mind, and consciousness.
Shirodhara is a form of Ayurveda therapy that involves gently pouring liquids over the forehead and can be one of the steps involved in Panchakarma. The name comes from the Sanskrit words shiro (head) and dhara (flow).
Abhyangha (Detoxifying Massage)
Abhyanga ("oil massage") is a form of Ayurvedic medicine that involves massage of the body with dosha-specific warm herb infused oils. The oil is usually pre-mixed with herbs for specific conditions. Abhyanga may be performed by one or more therapists working in sync, but it can also be done by oneself.
Face & Foot Massage with Kansa Wand
The Kansa wand, a facial and foot massage device made of wood and Kansa metal, designed to balance your doshas, chakras and skin's pH level. The goal behind using the kansa wand is to provide slight friction to the facial muscles. This pulls acidity from the tissues and decreases damaging acid build-up. It has been used for centuries in India to improve health, reduce stress and increase energy. It can also leave the skin with a natural, healthy glow.
Ayurvedic Eyes, Ears and Nasal Detox Therapies
The client is massaged from the shoulder upwards causing him to perspire. The nasal detoxifying herbal oil is measured in exact dose and poured into the nostrils, as the client inhales. During the process the area around the nose, neck, shoulders, palms and feet are massaged lightly. Eye and ear therapies also include the administration of therapeutic Ayurvedic herbal oils for cleansing and nourishing the tissues of these regions of the body.