Sun Ayurveda Treatment
Abhyangam is a Sanskrit word, which means application of oil all over the body. Abhyangam is the classical ayurvedic massage done with the warm medicated herbal oils to take care of physical, mental, emotional well-being of the person while balancing the doshas. It has much deeper healing effects which naturally harmonize Mind, body and Soul.
The word ‘Shirodhara’ is derived from two Sanskrit words – ‘Shiro’ meaning the head and ‘Dhara’ meaning stream, pour or flow. Together, it means to pour or drip lukewarm herbal oils on the forehead in a continuous stream. It stimulates a vital point on the head called the ‘Ajna Marma’ or centre of intuition and is called the ‘Third-Eye Chakra’ as well.
KIZHI (POTLI) THERAPY
KIZHI is a unique therapy where a poultice of herbs is used for fomentation. This improves circulation and helps relieve pain, swelling and stiffness. Different variants of Pinda sweda are used depending on the materials including Patra (fresh herb leaves), Churna (herbal powder), Sand , Shashtika shali (red rice) etc. its use full in Musculoskeletal
In Sanskrit Pizhichil means ‘to squeeze’. Pizhichil the topmost rejuvenation treatment from Ayurveda to become young again. Pizhichil is a treatment which combines two therapies Snehana and Swedhana. Snehana meaning oil massage and Swedhana meaning to induce sweat.
In Sanskrit the word Udvartana means “to move something in an upward direction”. This refers to the upward direction of the strokes used during the massage. Udvartana is a treatment based on powders composed of minerals, herbs and medicinal species.
Mukh Lepa/ Herbal Face pack
For centuries Mukhlepa has been used as a beauty ritual for Indian women. Traditional herbs are used to cleanse, exfoliate, tone and finally hydrate. A specialised dosha specific herbal lepa or mask is applied to the face to bring out the beauty within.
Tan Lepa/Herbal Body Wrap
This stimulates the natural cleansing and healing abilities of the body. An herbal mask is applied to the entire body, which aids in drawing out toxins, replenishing the body with essential minerals.
Kati Vasti is one of the Snehna-Swedana Treatments in which medicated herbal oil is used for to carry out the process and is very useful in many health conditions. a small ring prepared with the black gram
In this procedure, a compartment of flour is placed around the keen joint that is under pain. medicated lukewarm oil is poured into the compartment. The duration of this procedure
Greeva stands for neck and vasti means to hold something. Greeva Vasti is essentially the holding of warm medicated oils on the spine, starting from the neck. It is an important treatment as it is effective in relieving neck pain and provides significant and lasting relief from even the most acute ailment.
Netra trapan is the traditional treatment that provides strength to the eyes. The medicated ghee is poured over the eyelids in an enclosure built around the eye out of gram flour. It is said to be an excellent treatment to improve vision and clarity of the mind. This soothing treatment provides many healing benefits.
Karna Pooran is an Ayurvedic Ear oiling therapy in which medicated oil is instilled and filled in the ears. It can be done in both a state of disease or health as part of daily regimen for prevention of diseases. This therapy has many benefits. It nourishes the ear and decreases vata dosha.
This Ayurvedic, Panchakarma treatment helps remove morbid impurities from the nearest channel of the body through five therapies like
- Vamana (Medicated vomiting/Emesis therapy)
- Virechana (Medicated purgation therapy)
- Basti (Medicated enema therapy)
- Nasya (Nasal instillation therapy)
- Raktamokshana (Bloodletting therapy)