The Secrets of Ayurvedic Massage
Unlike the Western idea of elements, the ancient Indian lifestyle practice of Ayurveda
is based on the belief that all life forms have a "dosha", which is a unique mix of energies known as "vata",
"pitta" and "kapha". Ayurveda includes the techniques of detoxification, diet, herbal prescriptions, yoga,
meditation and massage therapy individualized for every person's dosha.
massage helps eliminate toxins through purification, strengthens the muscle tone, relaxes
and rejuvenates the body. Also known as hard body massage, Ayurvedic massages are given using hands, feet,
elbows, forearms and well-oiled balls.
Ayurvedic massage involving tapping, kneading, squeezing and
traditional massage strokes is done by using essential oils to suit individual doshas. The style and intensity
of massage depends on the individual's need for balance and well being at the time.
An Ayurvedic therapist focuses on the "marma points", which are similar to the
pressure points in reflexology, acupuncture and acupressure.
Ayurvedic massage help?
Ayurvedic massage is designed to detoxify
and cleanse the body by boosting the effectiveness of the human immune system. It thus helps to cure all diseases
as well as maintain a good health leading to an improvement in the overall well-being of a
Ayurvedic massage involves a variety of result-proven
procedures available in Ayurveda to treat severe ailments like Arthritis, Spondylitis, Lumbago, Slip Disc, Frozen
Shoulder, Stress & Strain, Sciatica etc., which allopathic medicines fail to treat.
Types of Ayurvedic Massage
Guide to choosing Ayurvedic Massage
Improving Effectiveneness of Ayurvedic Massage