* Rejuvenation Therapies.
Toxins from a variety of sources including alcohol, caffeine, unhygienic diet, inhaled pollutants, and stressful lifestyle debilitate the body’s natural resistance to diseases. Our rejuvenate therapies are aimed to heal at several levels. They can be availed as a medium for cleansing the system or to spur the body’s own natural defences. Rejuvenate therapies promote good health and vitality, improve immunity, and act as an anti-ageing factor. Abhyanga Abhyanga is ayurveda’s principal healing tool and the mother of all massages. It is a whole body massage given with herbal oils customized to your body type to detoxify, nourish and revitalize the body tissues (Dhatus). Abhyanga has much deeper and more far reaching effects than ordinary massage using mineral oils and lotions. Abhyanga achieves deepest healing effects by naturally harmonizing Mind Body Spirit. This massage is usually given by two therapists for one hour and is usually followed by an herbal bath or medicated steam bath “Swedana” which opens the pores flushes and cleanses the system through the sweat glands and reduces stiffness in the muscles. And also it is a Pre operative procedure of Panchakarma. It is one of the most rejuvenating treatments of Ayurveda. Benefits: Increases tissue strength, Improves blood circulation, Rejuvenates the whole body, Removes cellulite, beautifies the skin, Anti aging, helps sleep better, promotes vitality, Reduces Vata imbalance, stress and toxins. Patra Pinda Sweda A highly rejuvenating treatment in which fresh plants are fried with several other herbal ingredients which are tied and, dipped into warm medicated oil and simultaneously massaged by two therapists all over the body for one hour, it is applied after Abhyanga.
Benefits: Chronic back pain, Loss of function of a part or whole limb, Joint stiffness and swellings, Muscular pain, Anti-aging & rejuvenating Sciatica, Spondylosis, Sprains and cramps.
Stress Management and Relaxation Therapies
Stress management techniques help reduce anxiety, improve relationships and enhance enthusiasm for work and life. As therapeutic tools, stress management techniques loosed up blocked energy and boost vitality. Shirodhara is traditionally used to calm the nerves, harmonize Vata constitutions, balance all kinds of mind imbalances, restore the nerves, release stored emotions, and purify the mind. In Ayurvedic Medicine, it is considered an important tool in the pursuit of higher states of consciousness. Shirodhara has been traditionally shown to help with fatigue, mental exhaustion, anxiety, insomnia, some mental disorders, headache, excessive thinking, nervousness, and many other conditions commonly affecting people in today’s active lifestyle. Warm medicated oil is continuously poured on to the forehead followed by head and face relaxing massage. It deeply relaxes and revitalizes all the sensory organs including the central nervous system, improves mental alertness and helps shorten the recovery time from paralytic strokes. Tailadhara uses warm medicated oil; fresh milk is used in Ksheeradhara and Takradhara utilizes pure buttermilk. Shirodhara is particularly beneficial in soothing the nerves and pacifying the mind. Most people will commonly notice many of the following after Shirodhara: reduction in stress, reduction in excessive thinking, calming of the emotions, release of negative emotions, improved sleep, improvement in insomnia, vivid dreaming, muscle relaxation, improvement in mood, centeredness, a reduction in anxiety, alleviation of mental anguish, and a temporary blissful state. Many people experience profound levels of insight and emotional healing after Shirodhara. It works on the cerebral system, helps in relaxing the nervous system and balancing the Prana vayu around the head. It improves the function of the five senses, helps in insomnia, stress, anxiety, and depression, hair loss, and fatigue, and makes the patient calm and fresh.
Yoga improves strength, posture and suppleness. At a deeper level, yoga opens up the energy channels, corrects metabolic disorders, stimulates internal organs and improves circulation Meditation A relaxation technique often described as conscious listening, which trains the mind to settle into profound stillness and experience a state of heightened awareness.
* Rejuvenation Therapies.