Ayurvedic Massage is one of the most powerful therapeutic massages.
Originating in India, Ayurvedic Massage is based on 5000 years old healing principles!
Ayurvedic massage aims to balance the body’s energies by applying targeted pressures coupled with specific oils.
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In India, Ayurveda is the science of life. It considers that the infinitely small is governed by the same principles as the infinitely large. Nature is made up of five elements: ether (space), earth, air, water, and fire, which are found in every human being.
For us, these five basic elements come together in 3 doshas: Vata, Pitta et Kapha. Each person is made up of a unique mixture of these three “biological humours”.
According to Ayurveda, an imbalance in the doshas of the individual causes disease.
Ayurveda then aims to maintain or regain the balance to prevent all forms of disease.
Ayurvedic massage or abhyanga is one of the essential components of the Ayurvedic way of life, along with yoga, dietetics, aromatherapy, etc.
Ayurvedic massage balances the body’s elements which favours healing and harmony between mind, body and soul.
Our Ayurvedic massages combine the 3 great Doshas.
For the Vata (air) sequence, the massage will be slow, enveloping. It will be performed with warm oil. The aim of this phase is to reassure the body and pacify the mind.
For the Pitta (fire) sequence, the massage will be more stimulating, faster and will go deeper. The massage will also be more refreshing.
For the Kapha (water) sequence, the massage will be more dynamic, in order to reactivate the lymphatic system and re-energise the body.
Alternating pressure, scavenging, tapping with fingers, hands, elbows or forearms, the massage therapist applies Ayurvedic massage to the entire body.
Want to take care of yourself or offer an Ayurvedic massage to a loved one?