Abhyanga is a traditional Ayurvedic technique of massaging the whole body with warm, herbal oil. It can be a self-massage or performed by a practitioner. The massage is typically performed by a trained Ayurvedic practitioner or a massage therapist, who will use warm oil that has been infused with specific herbs and spices to balance all the doshas.
Abhyanga massage is a holistic healing practice that can promote overall health and well-being by addressing the mind, body and spirit. Regular abhyanga massages can be a great way to maintain balance and prevent the onset of various health conditions.
As soon as you step into our clinic, the ambience of care and warm welcome you. Have a cup of tea and meet our team who will discuss your goals and ask you about any health conditions that might impact your abhyanga.
Our massage spaces have been designed to have a warm, peaceful and comfortable setting.
The massage typically begins with the practitioner applying warm oil to the scalp & hair. The oil is then applied to the face, neck, and chest, before moving down to the rest of the body. The massage is performed using long strokes and gentle pressure, with a focus on the marma points (energy points) of the body. We pay attention to the entire body, including the limbs, back, stomach, and chest.
The practitioner using a combination of different strokes and techniques to work the oil into the skin and muscles.
After the massage, you can rest for a few mins or choose to add-on a steam bath to allow the oils to soak deeper and to sweat out any toxins.
The abhyanga massage has a stimulating effect on the lymphatic system, which carries nutrients to cells and removes toxins from them.
Lymph is also connected to the immune system — contains white blood cells, nodes that destroy bacteria, viruses, etc and maintains fluid balance and amino acids.
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