Massages

Ayurvedic Massage 
Ayurvedic massage is very luxurious and relaxing. Warm oil and warmth generated
by friction drives the oil through the skin into the tissues below, to loosen toxins and blockages.

Since ancient times, healers have upheld the benefits of massage as a therapy along with the role it can play in preventing disease and promoting good health. The herbal oils and type of massage are selected according to your individual constitution. Ayurvedic massage promotes a feeling of total revitalization, leaving you in a meditative state, yet extremely alert.

Duration: If performed by one person- 1hr // if performed by two people- 45 minutes.
Cost:  $100 for 1 hour session, $150 for 45 minute session.

Abhyanga
This whole body massage is performed by one or two therapists using specific herbal oils selected according to your dosha/type. Abhyanga has been known to greatly assist in improving the symptoms of rheumatism, improving eye sight, promoting sleep and creating a glowing, youthful look to your skin. It is great for increasing vigor and vitality.

Chakra Balancing
Each of our seven chakras is attached to different organs of the glandular systems of our bodies, consequently our glandular systems will reflect any imbalances in the chakra system. Using hot oil, hand-energy and stroke techniques we try to balance or improve your current chakra energy so that the impact on your glandular system is lessened or completely balanced.

Abhyanga and Choorna Swedana or Poultice Massage
Choorna Swedana therapy begins with the application of massage oil (dosha specific) to the entire body. The massage continues using a bundle of herbal powder, seeds or leaves (poultice). This therapy helps in relieving neurological disorders, rheumatism, arthritis, sport injuries, and fibromyalgia.

Lymph Balancing
Lymph balancing focuses on the body’s marma (pressure) points, gently massaging them with herbal oils to balance your energy system. Through regular massage, this balance can be maintained or restored to the body’s electrochemical pathways and serve to prevent health problems.

This massage works by adjusting the intercellular fluid in the body to create an electrical/chemical balance among the organs, maintaining their proper functioning. Ayurveda uses herbal oils for balancing DC currents in the lymphatic system.

Navarakkizhi
After liberal application of herbal oil over the entire body, you are massaged with a poultice of rice, milk and herbs. Next, the poultice is dipped in an herbal milk mixture and applied, inducing sweat. Navarakkizhi is highly rejuvenating and nourishing. It is a strengthening fomentation which can be useful in the treatment of neurological disorders, arthritis, rheumatism, muscular weakness, paralysis.

Pizhichil
This is a beautiful combination of two classical Ayurvedic treatments, snehana and swedana where lukewarm herbal oils are applied over the body by one or two
Ayurvedic therapists in a special rhythmic movement. The massage is very slow and light. Pizhichil is considered as the most natural way to purify all the bodily systems.

It helps in rheumatic disease, strengthening the immune system, strengthening and restoring sexual function and energy, stabilizing blood pressure, strengthening and balancing the nervous system and best of all, it shows down the aging process.

Udwarthana
A deep and dry massage using various herbs and powdered grains, all to stimulate hair follicles and fat tissues, to breakdown the individual’s fat and cellulite storage. This dry herbal massage reduces blood cholesterol, obesity, and it also strengthens the muscles and provides a boost of energy.