abhyanga

ayurvedic massage

Ayurvedic medicine
Massage which stimulates the invisible but allegedly palpable marma junctions between mind and matter, analogous to acupuncture’s pressure points.

abhyanga (bh·yänˑ·g),

n in Ayurveda, an oil massage, recommended for increasing flexibility of muscles and joints, rejuvenating skin, and keeping impurities from accumulating in the body by stimulating various tissues.
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Raturi explains this is to be followed by internal and external moisturizing with ghee (clarified butter) or oil, and body massage, which is known as Abhyanga.
Various panchkarma procedures that are administered include Katibasti, Grivabasti, Patrapinda Sweda, Churanpinda Sweda, Balukapotli Sweda, Udavartanama, Abhyanga, Nadi Sweda, Sarvanga Abhyanga, Vashapa Sweda, Shirodhara, Shirobasti, Nasaya, Vamana, Virechana, Basti, etc.
The offer: Multi-day Ayurveda retreats including synchronized Abhyanga massage, chickpea peeling.
Massage and couples spa treatment every day, with options like aroma fusion, deep renewal, Thai massage and abhyanga.
The skin is your largest organ, and abhyanga is a marvelous way to feed it.
Other therapies such as abhyanga and siroabhyanga help alleviate stress levels, reducing insomnia triggers.
After cleansing my back, Stacey gives me an Ayurverdic oil back, neck and shoulder massage called Abhyanga - an integral part of the daily routine recommended by this ancient Indian healing system for overall health and well-being.
Al Shifa specializes in authentic Ayurveda treatments such as Panchakarma - the ultimate Ayurvedic detox, Shirodhara and Abhyanga - Ayurvedic oil bath and massage, as well as specially formulated Ayurvedic packages for rejuvenation, beauty and weight loss.
Al Shifa specialises in authentic Ayurveda treatments such as Panchakarma - the ultimate Ayurvedic detox, Shirodhara and Abhyanga - the Ayurvedic oil bath and massage, as well as specially formulated Ayurvedic packages for rejuvenation, beauty and weight loss.
The Odati includes a balancing back treatment with Abhyanga (warm oil), and deep exfoliation with mask, including massage to back of legs.
Following a 15-minute consultation where my therapist asked me about my health, mood and diet, I opted for a Marma Abhyanga herbal body massage and Shirondhara forehead pouring treatment.