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Ayurvedic Abhyanga Marma Massage

60min $90

90 min $110

The massage includes a delicious Tri-Dosha blend of organic Almond Oil-Sunflower Oil & Coconut Oil with a perfect combo of Essential oils. Ayurvedic Abhyanga’s actual definition is the "movement of sustenance towards all the bodily tissues so they radiate health." What that means is that when we stimulate blood flow and energy flow throughout our body and invigorate our senses, such as through massage, we radiate health. Abhyanga, to me, is the ultimate act of sacred care. What could be more luxurious and nourishing than massaging your body with warm oil into every inch? In fact it's been proven to have benefits.


Ayurvedic Abhyanga Hot Herbal Compress Therapy

120 min $160 (includes the herbal compress)

What is a Herbal Compress treatment?

The massage includes a delicious Tri-Dosha blend of organic Almond Oil-Sunflower Oil & Coconut Oil with a perfect combo of Essential oils. This treatment are an alternative to a traditional massage. Two major differences are the use of Warm Organic Oil of the Ayurvedic Abhyanga techniques and a warmed compress (poultice), this is filled with up to 20 Thai herbs and oils tailored to your needs which provide you maximum benefit during the treatment.

Compress is made of soft fabric which soothes the body when used and holds the ingredients and oils. During the treatment the poultices are warmed in a steamer and placed on your body using a massage technique.

Thai Herbal Compress Massage is said to have health benefits for people with;

  • Stress

  • Anxiety

  • Exhaustion

  • Pain Relief

  • Poor Circulation

  • Rheumatism

  • Arthritis

  • Back Pain

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Stiffness

  • Muscle Pain

  • Migraine

  • MS

  • Headaches

  • PMT

  • Depression

  • Asthma

  • Menopause

  • Insomnia

  • Tension

Steamed Thai Herbal Compresses provide the soothing heat for deep tissue work on the body which help to create the following effects:-
• Respiration is increased and then slowed down enabling you to enter a deeper state of relaxation
• Improved circulation
• Increased nutrition to muscles
• Increases metabolism (the rate at which the body processes food, burns energy and clears toxins)
• Increases cell metabolism (the rate at which the body manufactures chemicals such as hormones)
• Increases lymph function which can detoxify and boost immunity
• Muscle tension is released which improves range of movement


Thai-Ayurvedic Abhyanga Blend

90 min $90

120 min $110

Combining the oil and strokes from ayurveda massage and the stretches and pressure from the Thai, Veronica created a blend between the Hindu and Thai massages. A very spiritual, nurturing and relaxing experience. The massage includes a delicious Tri-Dosha blend of organic Almond Oil-Sunflower Oil & Coconut Oil with a perfect combo of Essential oils


 
 
 

Ayurvedic Abhyanga Massage

Ayurvedic Abhyanga is the Sanskrit word for oil massage. It's actual definition is the "movement of sustenance towards all the bodily tissues so they radiate health." What that means is that when we stimulate blood flow and energy flow throughout our body and invigorate our senses, such as through massage, we radiate health.

The oils are picked individually based on your Dosha results, and we will add the essential oils that you need to balance your Doshas. (Take the test before coming for the massage, or arrive 20 min prior to the app)

A mind-body type is like an archetype. They are referred to as "Doshas" in Ayurveda. The word "Dosha" literally means energy. Think of them like body and personality types. 



Doshas

 

Vata= Air +Space

Pitta= Fire + Water

Kapha= Earth and Water

 

 

What are these elements like?

Fire is hot and powerful, while water is fluid and cool. 

Earth is dense and grounding, while air is light and moving. 

Ether is the one you can't see but can feel. It's the vastness of looking up at the stars on a clear day. It's your intuition. 

 

Ayurveda uses these elements as references to explain all aspects of your physical and mental well-being. 

These five elements make up the three Doshas--Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. These Doshas are energies used to describe your food, body, mind, environment, and everything else. Let me explain a bit more about what they are. 

 

 

Vata is the "wind" Dosha, comprised of air and ether

Pitta is the "fire" Dosha, comprised of fire and water

Kapha is the "Earth" Dosha, comprised of Earth and water

 

Abhyanga, to me, is the ultimate act of sacred self-care. What could be more luxurious and nourishing than massaging your body with warm oil into every inch? In fact it's been proven to have benefits.

 

Abhyanga massage helps:

  • Calm your adrenals

  • Stimulate your lympathic drainage system

  • Hydrate and lubricate your skin cells

  • Slows the aging process

  • Reduces exhaustion

  • Repairs sore muscles

  • Prevent injuries by nourishing bones

  • Unblocking the marma points in your body, allowing energy to flow

  • Prepare your body for sleep

 
 
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