Ayurvedic treatments include PediKarma(tm), Ayurvedic Face Rejuvenation, Shirodhara, Aromatherapy, Ayurvedic Hot Stone Massage, and Ayurvedic Body Wraps.
Ayurvedic Face Rejuvenation is a unique combination of gentle, balancing touch, use of marmas (vital energy) points, stimulating scalp and ear massage, together with aromatic oils/lotions which can deeply calm, refresh, and re-energize your face and whole being.
Shirodhara, the pouring of a continuous stream of
warm oil over the middle of the forehead for up to 30minutes, profoundly relaxes the body
and brings peace and clarity to the mind. This is a wonderful treatment for
people who work under a lot of stress and need instant, deep relaxation.
This treatment starts with a face and feet massage to relax the body and
prepare it for the treatment.
Please note that this treatment results in oil in your hair.
It is recommended to leave the oil in overnight to continue the process if possible.
Your PediKarma(tm) treatment begins with a balancing, aromatic footbath while being treated
to a neck and shoulder massage. We will then begin an exfoliation of the
feet and lower legs with an energy-charged blend of minerals from mother
nature. Then, while comfortably resting, you will receive a rejuvenating
marma point and reflexology foot massage followed by a unique foot
massage using a Three Metal Bowl from India. Your feet will then be
dusted with an herbal powder and wrapped in warm towels as you continue
to lie comfortably. This beautiful ceremonial treatment is a must for
everyone wishing to experience true bliss.
Sacred Stone Therapy, Ayurvedic Hot Stone Massage, uses heated rocks and chilled stones with gentle, balancing massage, and the use of marmas (vital energy) points. A sacred aromatic stone massage using different temperatures of heated and cool stones brings about balance and healing while you enter a state of deep relaxation and reconnect with mother earth.
Originally from India, Ayurveda is called the science of longevity and has been practiced for thousands of years. The core belief is that five elements (air, earth, fire, water & ether) exist in different proportions, thereby creating the entire universe and each individual. Balance these elements and your life becomes more balanced. The use and application of essential oils, aromatherapy, is one technique used to influence and balance these elements. Massage is another technique. The Ayurvedic tradition believes that these five elements make up three main mind/body types, or doshas, that influence everything from physical characteristics to personality traits. mel Massage of Sydney offers various treatments that can help balance the five elements.
At the root of Ayurvedic treatments are the five elements of nature: Infinity (or Space), Air, Fire, Water and Earth. It is believed that the first of the five elements to emerge was Infinity (or Space). Rather than an empty vacuum, Infinity is charged with vibrational energy. The vibrational dynamics of Infinity produce movement, which is the first state of matter known as Air. As Air moves, it creates friction, giving rise to heat which is the element Fire. Fire liquefies matter, and in so doing creates the element Water. When Water evaporates, the solid element that remains is Earth.
Ayurvedic Medicine is to help people heal themselves. Ayurveda is "The mother of all healing arts" on our planet, because it predates all healing systems and all forms of natural medicine. It was developed in India some 5,000 to 10,000 years ago. Knowledge of Ayurveda has been recorded in two of the vedic texts: the Atharva veda, and the Rig veda, which are more than 5,000 years old. It was many years later that other cultures studied Ayurveda and created their own healing systems, i.e. China, Tibet, Egypt, Africa, and other regions.
A unique quality of Ayurveda is that healing is promoted by balancing the different energies in the body. These are known as Vata, Pitta and Kapha (the "Doshas" or body humors). The Doshas are the three main combinations of the five elements (ether, air, fire, water, and earth). These five elements in the body can be balanced through diet and herbs that possess the essence of each element. Vata is air and ether and it is the element that moves the energies and nutrients in the body. Pitta is mainly fire and it is in charge of metabolism and digestion of nutrients and energies. Kapha represents water and earth and its main function is to provide strength and development of tissues at all levels in the body.
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