Ayurveda is one of the world's oldest healing systems. Ayur means life, and veda means knowledge, translating as the “the knowledge of life”. This ayurvedic treatment is a holistic approach that focuses on preventative care rather than cure, treating the body and mind holistically.  Clients are offered a massage program based on their individual constitution, as well as given positive solutions to help them take action to manage stress, and maintain optimal health.

Ayurveda massages suit individual needs and constitution, balancing mind and body with various massage techniques. Oils used in the massages are as nature intended (natural herbs, and organic), and specifically blended according to the unique body type to encourage deep healing processes while emotional toxicity is also released.

Studies show with regular Ayurveda massages, there is improvement with health. Massage strokes can be deep to superficial, and move with the flow of nerve pathways, and energy channels, varying from deep pressure, to delicate strokes. Working with the vital marma points, similar to acupressure points, the body is then guided to restoration and emotional well-being.  A maintenance program is highly recommended with massage to see full and long term benefits. Bespoke service is offered.

Ayurveda Massage Benefits

  • Maintain health & prevention of imbalance
  • Manage Stress
  • Promotes good health and strengthens the immune system
  • Overcome fatigue
  • Release and remove toxicity from tissues
  • Soothe aches/pains
  • Release tension and knots
  • Nourish body tissues
  • Release headaches
  • Rejuvenate
  • Purify intestines
  • Benefits lymphatic, neuromuscular, circulatory, skeletal and gastrointestinal systems
  • Anti-ageing treatment

Why choose Ayurveda massage than a regular massage

In comparison to other massages, Ayurveda massage offers a complete nourishing and holistic approach. This treatment relieves emotional stress just as much as physical stress - creating an awareness, and inner connection at the same time.

During a regular massage, a practitioner tends to use their hands or forearms, possibly combined with the use of an essential oil or lotion.  With an Ayurveda treatment, pure herbal or essential oil blends are necessary for the body’s vital energy points as well as the skin, blood, joints and muscles.  

Ayurveda massage is often referred to as an “oil massage” as it embodies warm medicinal oils to suit an individual’s health needs and constitution.

 

Remedial Ayurveda Massage Therapy

Remedial Ayurveda
Massage Therapy

60 / 90 Min Treatments

£55.00 / £70.00

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