Ayurvedic Massage

$145.00 NZD
Approx $94.17 USD

Size: 75 mins

<strong>Ayurvedic Massage is an integral part of the total wellbeing programme at our centre.</strong><br /> <br /> Ayurvedic massage helps to improve the energy flow throughout the channels and helps flush out toxins that accumulate during day to day activities, which wear away at us both physically and mentally.<br /> <br /> This massage helps to improve the lymphatic and circulatory system thus improving our immune system.<br /> <br /> <strong>How Ayurvedic Massage is different from other massages:</strong><br /> <ul> <li>Your therapist will use medicated oil and specific strokes relevant to your body&rsquo;s constitution and present imbalances, which aid in the systematic elimination of toxins. </li> </ul> <ul> <li>Your therapist will unblock stagnated energy by massaging 107 marma points (energy points) which induces a more rhythmic energy flow and leaves you feeling more relaxed and rejuvenated </li> </ul> <ul> <li>The massage finishes with the head being massaged with the medicated oils as well. This helps to bring balance between the mind and body and stabilise the nervous system. </li> </ul> <ul> <li>An Ayurvedic massage also counters joint stiffness, arthritis, mental and physical fatigue and aids with sleep </li> </ul> <ul> <li>It will slow down the ageing process by improving skin texture and complexion </li> </ul> <strong>Who should have Therapeutic Massage &amp; how often?<br /> &nbsp;</strong><br /> You need Ayurvedic Therapeutic massage if you suffer from: <br /> <ul> <li>Fatigue &amp; tiredness </li> <li>Stiffness &amp; tightness in your body </li> <li>Heaviness &amp; sluggishness in your mind </li> <li>Water retention </li> <li>Joint or back pain </li> <li>Dry, stiff or scaly skin that lacks lustre </li> <li>Poor concentration </li> <li>Insomnia </li> <li>Chronic headaches &amp; migraines </li> <li>A build up of toxins in your body </li> <li>The wear &amp; tear of daily living. </li> </ul> Those on a health programme structured by an Ayurvedic practioner should have a massage at least once a month. Those who do not follow an Ayurvedic health programme should consider a massage at least once a fortnight to maintain optimum balance. <br /> <strong><br /> The Point of Difference at Planet Ayurveda </strong><br /> <ul> <li>Therapists are trained personally by Dr. Ajit, Australasia&rsquo;s most experienced Ayurvedic doctor. </li> </ul> <ul> <li>Therapists are taught using traditional methods, ensuring an authentic massage experience </li> </ul> <ul> <li>Traditional Massage tables are used for all treatments, constructed of timbers known for their healing properties. </li> </ul> <ul> <li>Medicated massage oil, generally sesame oil infused with specific Ayurvedic herbs are used to maximise the healing benefit of the treatment. </li> </ul> <strong><em>Due to the use of oil in this treatment, it is advisable to bring a change of clothes to wear until you can shower. </em><br /> <br /> <em>The duration of the treatment is 1 hour but we recommend allowing at least 1.5 hour for this blissful treatment so that you can enjoy some calm and quiet moments before you leave.<br /> <br /> </em></strong>

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