What is an ayurvedic massage?

The primary idea and purpose of Ayurvedic massage just as all other Ayurvedic treatment protocols are to help break and remove the toxins within the gross and subtle bodies. The toxins (Ama) are understood to be leftover putrefied-food stuff that has taken a grease-like form. The longer the Ama is retained in the bodies the more stubborn and harder they get and become embedded, thereby making removing them difficult, time consuming and unpleasant at times.

 

Ayurvedic treatment protocols may include some or all of, correct dietetics, massage, specially compounded herbal formulas, yoga therapy as well as proper Life style management according to one’s constitution.

 

In Ayurvedic body massage, the specialized Dosha oil (warmed), continuous strokes and techniques, full-body steam application, followed by the herbal formula wash/scrub, is an intense, dynamic and expansive experience.

Benefits of Ayurveda Treatments

Ayurveda is a healing science that advocates about attaining holistic health with the help of different modes of treatment. The principal of Ayurveda is based on "tridoshas" which mean vata, pitta and kapha. According to the principal of Ayurveda, the impalance of any of these elements could result in diseases and physical discomforts.

Cikitsa ayurveda Wohlfühlmassage is designed to:

  • detoxify and cleanse

  • boost the effectiveness of the immune system

  • keep healthy people in good health

  • help those with medical conditions to improve their overall well-being

  • help with stress relief

  • pumps oxygen and neutritions into tissues and vital organs, improving circulation

  • increase body awareness

  • increase vitality, rejuvenating, repairing

  • improves the condition of the bodys largest organ - the skin

  • increase joints flexibility

  • lessens depression and anxiety

  • help with deep relexation

  • improves overall wellbeing

What is ayurveda?

Ayurveda is a holistic science of health, focusing on maintaining a physically and emotionally balanced state. Ayurveda began about 3,500 - 5.000 years ago when Indian/Sri lankan monks were looking for new ways to be healthy. Revering their bodies like temples, the monks believed that preserving their health would help them meditate and develop spiritually. Over thousands of years of observations, they gathered all their conclusions and advice and preserved it for future generations. This collection of knowledge came to be known as the "science or knowledge of life" -- Ayurveda.

The 3 unique features in Ayurveda

  • In Ayurveda, every individual is unique and there is no diet or lifestyle routine that works for everyone.

  • Prevention is key. Ayurveda focuses on providing specific advice and guidance on how to maintain physical and emotional health.

  • Food and lifestyle routines are considered the most important medicine.