Pain Management Therapies
Ayurvedic Foot Massage
Padabhyanga means foot massage. Feet are the most used parts of our body; this reason makes them highly prone to degeneration. Many issues arising from chronic disorders display their first signs on the lower body. For instance, in the case of arthritis feet, especially the knee joint is the most affected part showing signs of pain and inflammation. Many athletes involved in cardio-vascular exercises use their lower limbs to a higher extent in routine practice and also to maintain fitness. When put all together it results in a situation where the lower extremities (feet) are overused, resulting in repeated wear and tear of tissue thus leading to injuries like ligament and muscle tears. Padabhyanga is specially designed for those who seek an answer to a rejuvenation of their lower extremities.
Hot Poultice Massage
Pinda Sweda is a type of Ayurvedic massage that is done with warm medicated herbal oils and herb bags. These bags/ boluses are prepared with a combination of herbs depending on the client’s body type as well as a health condition. Herbs are tied in a linen cloth to make small bags which are then dipped in warm oils and placed on the body
Deep tissue Ayurvedic Massage
In total 108 Marma points (Vital energy points) are given in Ayurveda as guidelines and used in various massages to revitalize the body, mind, and consciousness. Our trained therapists stimulate these vital energy points with the help of fingers, knuckles, forearms, elbows, etc. to give the right kind of pressure needed to stimulate these points. Going further the right blend of Ayurvedic herbal oils percolating inside every layer of skin enhances the effect and enables us to get the desired effects of
Ayurvedic back massage therapy
Ayurveda and yoga give a lot of importance to the spinal cord calling it ‘Sushumnanadi’, reflecting the importance of the back muscles and vertebral column in keeping the cord safe, from where actually the various nerves of the body emerge and control our voluntary and involuntary movements.
The massage also focuses on Marma points (energy points) over the whole back, arms, and hands to remove blockages in the muscles and cartilage, so that there is a free flow of body fluids and the nerves emerging from the spinal cord are relaxed to perform their jobs efficiently, thus nurturing the body.
Oil Pool Over Lower Back
Kati means the Lower back, and Basti means an artificial pool that can contain oil for as much time as required. It is a treatment where the pool of oil is made on the back, especially at the lower end of your vertebrae, in which specially medicated warm oil is pooled and its warm temperature maintained for 20 – 30 minutes. This is then mostly followed by a gentle Pindsweda treatment. A series of these treatments can prove a great alternative where manipulation is not indicated by physiotherapists or orthopedic surgeons. It has amazing benefits for the below-mentioned back conditions
Head, Neck, and Shoulders Massage