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Ayurvedic consultation includes:

  1. Prakriti Assessment: Determining the individual’s unique constitution (Prakriti) based on their physical, mental, and emotional characteristics.

  2. Vikriti Assessment: Identifying any current imbalances or deviations from their natural constitution (Vikriti) that may be causing health issues.

  3. Dietary Assessment: Analyzing the individual’s current diet and eating habits to identify any dietary imbalances or issues that may be contributing to health problems.

  4. Lifestyle Assessment: Evaluating the individual’s daily routine, sleep patterns, exercise habits, and stress levels to determine how these factors may be affecting their health.

  5. Pulse Diagnosis (Nadi Pariksha): Traditional method of pulse diagnosis to assess the balance of the three doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha) and detect any imbalances or disturbances.

  6. Tongue and Eye Examination: Observing the tongue and eyes for signs of imbalance or disease.

  7. Recommendations: Based on the assessment, the Ayurvedic doctor will provide personalized recommendations, which may include:

    • Dietary recommendations, including specific foods to eat or avoid
    • Lifestyle modifications, such as changes to daily routine, sleep habits, and stress management techniques
    • Herbal remedies or Ayurvedic supplements to help balance the doshas and address specific health concerns
    • Recommendations for traditional Ayurvedic therapies or treatments, such as Panchakarma or herbal oil massages
  8. Follow-up: The practitioner may schedule follow-up consultations to monitor progress, make adjustments to the treatment plan, and provide ongoing support and guidance.

It’s important to note that Ayurvedic consultations are holistic in nature and focus on treating the root cause of health issues rather than just addressing symptoms. The goal is to restore balance and promote overall health and well-being.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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ABHYA​NGA

Abhyanga massage is a traditional Ayurvedic therapy that involves the application of warm herbal oils to the body. It is a form of therapeutic massage that has been practiced in India for centuries and is believed to have numerous health benefits. Here’s an overview of Abhyanga massage:

1. Technique: During an Abhyanga massage, warm herbal oil is applied to the entire body or specific parts of the body in a rhythmic and synchronized manner. The massage is typically performed by one or two therapists using long, flowing strokes that follow the direction of the body’s energy channels.

2. Benefits: Abhyanga massage is believed to have several benefits, including:
– Nourishing and rejuvenating the skin
– Relaxing the muscles and joints
– Improving circulation
– Balancing the doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha)
– Calming the nervous system
– Detoxifying the body
– Promoting overall health and well-being

3. Types of Oils: The type of oil used in Abhyanga massage can vary depending on the individual’s dosha (mind-body type) and specific health needs usually the oils are infused with various herbs.

4.Post-Massage Care: After an Abhyanga massage, it is recommended to rest for a short period to allow the oils to penetrate the skin and provide maximum benefit. Some people choose to leave the oil on the skin for a period of time before showering, while others prefer to shower immediately.

Overall, Abhyanga massage is a deeply relaxing and rejuvenating therapy that can help promote physical, mental, and emotional well-being. It is often used as part of a comprehensive Ayurvedic treatment plan to support overall health and balance in the body.

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SHIRODHARA

Shirodhara is also known as third eye treatment or spiritual treatment. Shirodhara is a deeply relaxing and rejuvenating Ayurvedic therapy that involves pouring a continuous stream of warm herbal oil over the forehead (the “third eye” or ajna chakra). as this area has a large number of nerve endings and Agna chakra and therefore is highly sensitive. Vibrations are created on the forehead by the pressure of the oil. It is a form of Ayurvedic treatment that has been practiced in India for thousands of years and is believed to have numerous health benefits. Here’s an overview of Shirodhara:

  1. Procedure: During a Shirodhara session, the client lies comfortably on a massage table while a continuous stream of warm herbal oil is poured gently onto their forehead from a specific height and at a specific temperature. The oil flows over the scalp and through the hair, creating a deeply relaxing and soothing sensation.

  2. Types of Oil: The type of oil used in Shirodhara can vary depending on the individual’s dosha (mind-body type) and specific health needs. 

  3. Benefits: Shirodhara is believed to have several benefits, including:

    • Calming the nervous system
    • Relieving stress, anxiety, and insomnia
    • Improving mental clarity and concentration
    • Balancing the doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha)
    • Nourishing the hair and scalp
    • Promoting relaxation and a sense of well-being.

Overall, Shirodhara is a deeply relaxing and rejuvenating therapy that can help promote physical, mental, and emotional well-being. It is often used as part of a comprehensive Ayurvedic treatment plan to support overall health and balance in the body.

The entire procedure empowers the body, mind, and nervous system to experience a state of deep rest, similar to the level of meditation. This process helps in mental and spiritual relaxation.

Ayurvedic foot massage (Padabhyanga)

Ayurvedic foot massage is a combination of massage and marma therapy. Ayurvedic foot massage relaxes the nervous system, releases pain, increases blood circulation and energy. In this Ayurvedic process, the feet are being massaged with a special medicated herbal oil according to the client's requirement and body constitution. It helps to get relaxation, detoxify internal organs, balance the dosha, relax feet, improve the strength of muscles and joints, improve eyesight, calm the mind, to improve sleep and memory.

Ayurvedic face massage

In this Ayurvedic process, the face is being massaged with different kinds of herbs and herbal juices according to the client's requirement, skin type, and a constitutional requirement. It can help to reduce dark circles under the eyes, to open the pores properly, and to make skin smooth. It also improves blood circulation and oxygen supply, as well as reduces muscle tension, and helps to detoxify. Moreover, it also helps to prevent wrinkles, reduce migraine pain and insomnia.

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Netra basti

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Medicated ghee is being poured into the dam made with gram flour around the eye which helps to improve eyesight .

Swedana

A full body steam treatment using medicated herbs according to the client’s requirement and body constitution.

Nasya

Medicated oil is administered through the nose. This process strengthens the upper respiratory system and removes toxins from the upper airways.

Pranayama instructor

Pranayama means regulation of breath it is the best method to strengthen lungs and to improve lung capacity as well as to strengthen the nervous system.

Kati basti

In this process, medicated oil is poured in a dam prepared from a  gram flour at the lower back of the client which helps to ease backache, sciatica, muscle spasm, and joint pain.

 

Ayurvedic Herbal Therapy

Different types of herbs are being advised to the clients, according to the client’s requirement and body constitution.

Indian Head massage (Shiro abhyanga)

The art of Indian head massage is being practiced in India since thousands of years. It is known as champi. The head is being massaged by using different kinds of medicated herbal oils according to the client’s requirements and body constitution. It relaxes the head, neck, upper arms, and upper back. It helps the clients to release stress, anxiety, and tension headache. It also creates peace and well-being. Indian head massage is done with clothes and in the upright position. It can be done at anywhere and any time.

  • It improves blood circulation and oxygen supply to the brain.
  • General relaxation and peacefulness
  • Relaxes muscles and muscles tissues.
  • Stimulates blood supply
  • Improvement in joint mobility
  • Can improve your skin
  • Hair health can be improved
  • To release tiredness, tension and anxiety, and depression.
  • Ease migraine headache, insomnia, tension headache, etc…
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