Massage Duration: 1H €85
Accumulated stress and toxins in the mind and body dissolve during the daily massage. A daily full-body warm oil massage therefore acts as a powerful recharger and rejuvenator of mind and body. It Eliminates body impurities & helps in reducing weight, Calms nerves and promotes deeper and better sleep, Softens & smoothens skin, Reduces effects of ageing and Improves blood circulation and stimulates internal organs.
The Vata Massage
The Pitta Massage
The Kapha Massage
Abhyanga Massage is an integral part of Ayurvedic medicine. “Abhyanga” means literally, whole body oil massage.
This traditional holistic massage from India is specifically recommended as part of the therapeutic system, Ayurveda, for overall improvement of health and well-being. Indeed, the Abhyanga Massage is the most direct way to harmonize the vital energy of the body, because it implements not only various manual techniques but also the properties of the different oils, plants or aromas used throughout the massage.
This Massage brings Well Being and Energy
One of the basic features of Abhyanga Massage is the emphasis on the concept of energy (prana). It is necessary to keep a free and harmonious flow of our energy in order to stay healthy; it is these ruptures of energy flow that invariably lead to imbalances and diseases.
This Massage rebalances our energy centers called Chakras
In the Yogic and Ayurvedic view of energy anatomy, there are seven types of energy centers (chakras), 14 nadis (or energy currents), of which there are 107 marmas (literally sensitive or vulnerable areas), and energetic points. located throughout the body. The manipulation of marmas through Abhyanga massage, acupressure, aromatherapy, plants, marmapuncture and heat, mobilizes prana (vital energy) to reduce blockages and stimulate energy flow.
The Abhyanga Massage also balances our three Doshas:
Vatta, Pitta and Kapha
All Ayurvedic therapies, including the Abhyanga Massage, work in one way or another on prana and tend to harmonize its functions, using the three doshas: vatta, pitta and kapha. “Dosha” literally means “the one who will balance.” They regulate our internal climate through their interactions.
– muscle toning,
– relaxation of the joints,
– elimination of impurities from the body with an action on the skin,
– increased vital energy throughout the day,
– action on the nervous system, sleep is better and deeper.
– improvement of intellectual harmony and concentration,
– better management of stress and emotions.
– Increasing the energy of Chakras, opening to meditation.
Here is what traditional Ayurvedic texts say when they praise the Abhyanga massage:
“Treat yourself to a full ayurvedic massage with oils.
It is nourishing and restoring vital energy;
it relieves fatigue, revives the complexion and illuminates the skin,
improves longevity and nourishes all parts of the body. “
Vital Ayurvedic Massages
These massages are concentrated on vital parts of our body like head, face, neck, back & shoulders. It helps in quick relaxation of our mind and also very helpful to people having shoulder pain & neck pain.
Kalari Marmas Massage
Vital point Massage to release the body blockages
Kalari marmas massage is a traditional Ayurvedic massage to stimulate the vital points of the body. It is a traditional Ayurvedic massage of Kerala using infused herbs and Ayurvedic oils. Performed by the doctor (vaidya), the doctor uses his hands and feet, applying appropriate pressure to the specific points of the body and the body. The Marmas abhyanga relieves not only back pain, rigidity and sports injuries but also stimulates the various organs and their related functions.
The Marmas are therefore the vital areas of the body. The word “marmas” comes from the origin Sanskrit mru or marr. The expression Sanskrit, Marayate Iti Marmani translates “the probabilities of mortal or serious damage to health after affliction of these places” therefore these areas are called marmas.
Another translation for Marmas in Sanskrit also means hidden or secret. By definition, a marma point is a point of intersection between two tissues that meet like muscles, veins, ligaments, bones or joints. Yet marma points are much more than just a connection between two tissues. they are the intersections of the essential life force << prana >> or the << breath >>. The word marmas can also be associated with terms like tenderness, secretion or essential places.
Marmas therapy is an important part of ayurveda and involves the conditioning of these vital vital areas. Effective conditioning of these areas can improve and maintain a healthy balance.
Prana is the main vital breath that spreads to every corner of the body and body and nourishes, guides and controls the functioning of the cell and systems. When these marmas are affected or broken, the organs bound with prana chains become hungry with the lack of prana and some organ becomes the sick, crippled or paralyzed or according to the quantum of prana being lost, it can lead to slowing of the pulse or sudden death.
The idea behind the marma points massage is to clean the stuck energy, also called chi, by waking or calming the doshas. Like a TV with three channels (channels), each marma point has three receivers that line up on three doshas. During a marma-point massage, the points are caressed in a deliberate order using specific essential oils.
There are a total of 107 Marmas in the body. In the Tamil traditions they are 108 and in the Kalari 365 tradition. The points were drawn in detail centuries ago in the Sushruta Samhita, a classical Ayurvedic text. The major marma points correspond to the seven chakras while the minor points radiate along the torso and limbs. The dots both cover the forehead and the back of the body including 22 on the lower extremities, 22 on the arms, 12 on the chest and stomach, 14 on the back and 37 on the head (the head) and the neck. We consider the spirit as the 108th marma.