Abhyanga Therapy

Healing Process

Abhyanga (Sanskrit अभ्यंग or अभ्यङ्ग "oil massage") is a form of Ayurvedic medicine that involves massage of the body with large amounts of warm oil.

The oil is often pre-medicated with herbs for specific conditions.

A daily full-body warm oil massage therefore acts as a powerful recharger and rejuvenator of mind and body. Abhyanga "ayurvedic oil massage" is an integral part of the daily routine recommended by this healing system for overall health and well-being.

Traditional ayurvedic texts wax eloquent on the benefits.

Conditions Helped by Abhyanga Therapy :-

  • Increased circulation, especially to nerve endings
  • Toning of the muscles and the whole physiology ,Calming for the nerves.
  • Lubrication of the joints, Increased mental alertness
  • Improved elimination of impurities from the body, Softer, smoother skin
  • Increased levels of stamina through the day, Better, deeper sleep at night
  • Nourishes the entire body—decreases the effects of aging
  • Imparts muscle tone and vigor to the dhatus (tissues) of the body
  • Imparts a firmness to the limbs, Lubricates the joints
  • Increases circulation, Stimulates the internal organs of the body
  • Assists in elimination of impurities from the body
  • Moves the lymph, aiding in detoxification, Increases stamina
  • Calms the nerves, Benefits sleep—better, deeper sleep
  • Enhances vision, Makes hair (scalp) grow luxuriantly, thick, soft and glossy
  • Softens and smoothens skin; wrinkles are reduced and disappear
  • Pacifies Vata and Pitta and stimulates Kapha—to learn

  • Treatment Info

    • We remain open MON - SUN: 10 am to 7 pm
    • Our Healing Therapies have duration of 60, 90 to 120 mins.
    • Therapies are done by prior appointments only
    • Please Call / SMS / WhatsApp for Appointments 09930181372 / 534
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