Ayurveda and massage with deep roots

Abhyanga ayurvedic massage find out what it is and its beneficial effects

Ayurveda, or the “knowledge of life”, one of the oldest natural medicine systems in the world was born in India 5,000 years ago. This rich and complex horizon contains elements of philosophy, art and discipline, and offers a complete view of existence, teaching people to know the true nature of the Human Being and its environment, and to maintain the balance between it and the Universe. To be able to do all this Ayurveda offers us herbal and natural substance preparations, various purification therapies, relaxation and beauty combined with cosmetics and massages.

Ayurvedic massage is a fairly generic term that includes an incredible variety of manipulative treatments specific for each type of person and problematic presented.

The ayurvedic massage can be relaxing and rebalancing, but also invigorating or detoxifying.

The best known and also the most practiced is the abhyanga ayurvedic massage, a treatment that helps to restore good circulation of vital fluids and rebalance the body’s energy centers, producing a general sense of well-being throughout the body.

The abyangha ayurvedic massage acts on the whole body using different manual skills, stimulations, manipulations, accompanied by the use of medicated oils, hot applied that lubricate and strengthen muscles and joints, strengthen and tone the tissues, nourish and give shine to the skin.

The aim of Abyhanga is to harmonize the Doshas, ​​the constitutive biological principles of every human being, eliminate Aama, physical and mental toxins, create a positive emotional flow and elevate the spirit. The action of the massage is not only therapeutic, but also of prevention as it allows to interpret, understand and modify part of the messages that come from the body: it slows down the degenerative processes, improves resistance to stress, pacifies the mind, strengthens the immune system and the body’s self-healing power, it helps to resolve disorders related to insomnia, depression, fatigue, menstrual cycle, digestion, tension and contractions of the spine.

Ayurvedic massage could very well be considered as an elixir of long life. A complete massage for body and mind. A cuddle to devote at least a couple of times a month that regenerates and allows you to better deal with everything that life has in store for you.