Shirodhara is an ancient Ayurvedic
Udwarthanam is special therapeutic
deep tissue massage using herbal
powders. Udwarthanam means to
elevate or to promote. This massage
involves upward stroking, where the
powder is rubbed forcibly on the body.
Classical treatises on Ayurveda The
Herbal powder is warmed by heating
the massage is done in opposite
direction to hair folicles by therapist.
After completion the person is advised
to take rest for 30mins followed by
warm water bath or steam.
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Pinda sweda is a combination of
massage and sweating therapy used in
musculoskeletal problems like
rheumatoid arthritis. The body and its
aching joints and muscles are
massaged vigorously with warm herbal
bags draining toxins and giving relief to
pain and tension in the affected areas.
Excellent for generalized or local back
pain, stiff neck or frozen shoulder.
(lower back & Joint pain)
Kativasthi is a special type of low back
therapy or lumbar therapy. The word
Kati stands for low back or waist and
Vasti ,for containing or retaining
something inside. Kativasthi is an
Ayurvedic lumbo-sacral rejuvenation
therapy using hot oil or herbal
decoctions. The body and its aching
joints and muscles are soaked in warm
oil giving relief to pain and tension in
the affected areas.
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This is one of the most nourishing and
rejuvenating therapies for the eyes. It
is performed by filling a dam (made
out of dough and placed around the
eyes) with a lukewarm medicated oil
or ghee (clarified butter)
Head is said to be the Uttamanga (best
organ). It is an abode of all the Indriyas
(sense organs). Among all the Indriyas
(sense organs) Nayana or Eye, the
sense organ of sight or vision is said to
be the best and most important.
Tarpana treatment is an efficient
therapy of Ayurvedic eye care.
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Therapy is an Ayurvedic process of