Ayurvedic Wellness Treatments


Ayurvedic Head massage with Oil flow therapy

A blissful head massage therapy involving a steady stream of warm oil being gently poured in a rhythmical movement over the central Chakra point on the forehead.The pressure of the oil onto the forehead creates a vibration. The oil saturates the forehead and scalp and penetrates into the nervous system. Deeply relaxing, this therapy is known to calm the mind, making it an ideal treatment for those who suffer from the modern ailments of feeling run down, stressed out, and mentally exhausted.T

The feeling after therapy is a welcome sensation of deep relaxation, inner calm, and peace.

Spinal Health -Ayurvedic oil massage treatment 

The spine or the backbone is a flexible yet sensitive organ of the human body divided into three sections; the cervical, the thoracic, and the lumbar with each section being composed of individual bones called vertebrae. Ayurvedic spinal health massage includes head, neck, shoulder, upper and lower back using medicinal oil having analgesic, anti inflammatory and relaxing properties can help reduced back pain, sciatica, neck pain, spondylosis and joint pain. It helps to maintain strength of your spine. 

Mukha lepana-Ayurvedic Facial treatment

Unlike other beauty therapies, an Ayurvedic facial therapy is known to be the best for any skin type.The herbal and natural ingredients used in the Ayurvedic facial hydrate, purifies, nourishes and rejuvenate your skin. It takes care of acne, acne scars, blemishes, dry, oily or other skin conditions. This can be beneficial, especially when repeated regularly as per Ayurvedic practitioner recommendation on a monthly basis or more often along with some herbal remedies. 

Netra Tarpana is one of the specialized treatment for various eye disorders. It acts as both preventive and curative therapy for maintaining normal healthy condition of eye

General benefits:

  • Prevents degeneration

  • Relieves Eye Strain

  • Strengthens Ocular muscles

  • Supports normal eye movements

  • Softens and moisturizes the skin

Herbs  infused ghrita/ ghee is retained over the eyes for a specific amount of time. It helps nourishes and strengthens the eye structure.

The process starts with a gentle marma massage of the head and face. A frame is inserted around the eyes to retain the herbal medicine in it. Medicine is kept warm, while eyes are allowed to open and close slowly. 

Akshitarpana- Ayurvedic Eye treatment

Application of warm medicated oil followed by massage over scalp is beneficial in hair loss, greying of hair, cracking of the scalp, baldness, depression, hypertension, and insomnia

General Benefits:

  • Beneficial for nourishment of hair.

  • prevention of hair fall 

  •  Increases the sharpness of the senses

  • Improving the strength of the voice, lower jaw, and the head.

  • Intensely relaxing and revitalizing massage

Shiro Abhyanga- Ayurvedic Head Massage

In  Ayurveda, skin and hair  is considered as a manifestation of inner health. Our skin is the largest organ and what we apply on it is absorbed to a far greater extent than most of us realize. So skincare can also be a tool to balance one’s constitution and achieve healthy and beautiful skin.


Ayurvedic Skin or Hair Treatment

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