Ayurveda for Endocrine Disorder and Balancing the Hormones


“ Ayurveda’s Integrative approach and wisdom for Endocrine disorder and Balancing the Hormones”


The holistic tradition of Ayurveda in Sydney at Ayur Healthcare offers a healthy and discerning approach to wholeness which will help to illuminate the complex and critical subject of hormones. Grounded in a wise understanding of nature, Ayurveda provides a roadmap for navigating imbalances that is comprehensive, manageable, and meaningful. Below you will find a practical and personal approach to balancing hormones using Ayurveda.


What Are The Hormones?

Hormones are chemical messengers that are secreted directly into the blood, which carries them to organs and tissues of the body to exert their functions. Hormones are messengers to send communications between organs and tissues, which impact physiological regulation and behavioral activities, like digestion, metabolism, respiration, tissue function, sensory perception, sleep, excretion, lactation, stress, growth and development, movement, reproduction, and mood.

endocrine gland

Our Endocrine Glands

• Hypothalamus

• Pineal Gland

• Pituitary Gland

• Thyroid

• Pancreas

• Parathyroid

• Adrenal

• Thymus,

• Testes

• Ovaries


Common Endocrine disorders

The common endocrine disorders include Type 1 & 2 Diabetes, Adrenal Disorders, Hyper/Hypo Thyroids, Low Testosterone, Hypoglycemia, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Pituitary Disorders, Menopause, Goiter and Cushing’s Syndrome, amongst others.


What are the Causes for hormonal imbalance?

When our body is affected by endocrine disorders, there is not one specific causative factor that hinders the functioning of the entire process and metabolism, and hence there can be a range of various possibilities. The foremost common ones include the inability of the particular glands to produce the hormones due to damage or disease, genetic factors, tumours on the glands, body infections, and body’s health conditions that affect the production of hormones– over or under levels.


How it affects the Body?

As one of the body’s main communicators, the hormones of the endocrine glands become our internal messengers-cum-facilitators, and a breakdown of this entire process – inability to produce/send from source, difficulty in transportation ( through the blood), and the inability of the recipient tissue to “understand” and do the desired action is what leads to imbalances, leads to endocrine disorders.


Ayurveda concept for endocrine disorders-

In Ayurveda, the concept of Tridosha encompasses all biological activities taking place in the human body as well as by the human being. Vata, Pitta, and Kapha represent a widely based generalization of life processes and vital activities.

A rigorous following of the Ayurvedic regimen can help remarkably in healing hormonal imbalances brought about by endocrine disorders. Ayurveda textbook describes nine undesirable constitutions (nindita Purusha) that specifically state anomalies in growth ( too tall, too short), hairiness, girth, abnormal skin coloration – all of which may be directly connected to the endocrine functions.

Ayurvedic Body Types

Vata, Pitta, Kapha, and Physiology-

Activities and functions of Vata can be correlated with activities of the Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems as well as the Autonomic Nervous System, Pitta encompasses processes of digestion, metabolism, and absorption of food and conversion of nutrients into energy in the tissues, Kapha represents the functions of the three fluid compartments intracellular fluid, extracellular fluid, plasma including lymph and anabolic processes involving up of tissues.


How to Improve Hormone balance with Diet?

Ayurveda provides us with tools that can help build resilience to the hormonal imbalances we are so susceptible to. The mind and body vacillate between two states, rest and digest (parasympathetic) and fight-or-flight (sympathetic), which we can liken to the body constitute our natural state and imbalance.

When we move from balance to imbalance from parasympathetic to sympathetic, the first thing that goes offline is digestion. Supporting the digestive fire strengthens the communication between the body and mind through the enteric nervous system.

To provide the best support to Agni, Ayurveda suggests taking herbs that help to kindle the digestive fire (deepana) and herbs that improve digestion (pachana) to reduce ama or toxins, and protect the strength of Agni.


How to maintain a good digestive fire?

Learning to practice mindful eating is the most supportive practice for digestion because Ayurveda teaches us that as we eat we take in not only the food we are eating but the emotions present as well. Reducing stress during mealtimes is most important. If you are stressed during your workday, have the smallest meal at dinner, and make breakfast the largest meal.

• Cook with ghee to support the intake of healthy fats

• Follow dosha-appropriate diets, reduce intake of processed food, and change diets with the season.


Ayurveda management for the hormonal disease at Ayur Healthcare-

This generalized concept helps us in taking a holistic approach towards health and disease. Rebooting deranged metabolism by Panchakarma is the most important treatment for the endocrine disorder. Once metabolism has been restored to near its original state with the help of Panchakarma detox cleansing, specific treatment for the specific organ-related disorder can be undertaken. After cleansing of the body, medicines will be absorbed well and assimilated and turn out to be more efficacious.


Finally, another important thing is for well-being is pranayama (breathing exercise). A practical stand-pot brings the body back into a relaxed state, meaning that it conserves energy as it improves cardiovascular activities, improves intestinal and glandular activity, and relaxes sphincter muscles in the gastrointestinal tract. This guide to pranayama is very helpful.

When dealing with significant imbalance, it is good to seek the guidance of an experienced Ayurveda practitioner to support your healing journey. At Ayur Healthcare our highly skilled Ayurveda practitioner will provide guidance on how to maintain a healthy balance of your body and mind – and the hormones that govern them with Ayurveda principles. Shifting your perspective to view all signs of balance and imbalance as information to pay attention to with wisdom and compassion is listening to the Ayurveda practitioner Sydney.

How to prepare for an Ayurveda Retreat?

So now you are tired of going from doctor to doctor for your ailment and wish to try out Ayurvedic treatment! Not to worry, Ayur Healthcare is here in Sydney to help you out! An Ayurveda retreat is a great way to reset and naturally detoxify your mind, body, and soul. But, do you know how to prepare for an Ayurveda Retreat? Well, Ayur Healthcare, the best Ayurveda retreat in Sydney sheds some light on this topic. 

Read on… 

Ayurveda is a science more than 5000 years old believes the best way to keep healthy is to be fit emotionally, mentally, and physically. The premier Ayurveda Center in Sydney, Ayur Healthcare offers effective remedies for lifestyle-related health issues, chronic ailments, and helps you build optimal immunity along with disease prevention.

If you are looking to get the best results from your Ayurveda Retreat here is how you should prepare for the Ayurveda retreat:

❏ Plan your Ayurveda retreat in advance

❏ Book your Ayurvedic treatment at the Retreat minimum of 45 days in advance.

❏ Get your blood tests done and collect all the reports you might need before going to the retreat.

❏ Speak to the Ayurvedic Doctors in Sydney & notify the center. Discuss your goals, ailments, and allergies so that a realistic plan can be chalked out. 

Disposable inner-wear

Inner-wear tends to get soaked in oils and herbal juices during the massage & therapy sessions. You should check with the Ayurveda Centre if they provide disposable inner-wear. Many of the reputed Ayurveda Retreats do provide. 

Prepare for a Digital Detox

Many traditional Ayurveda centers insist on a total digital detox or restricted use of the internet. 

Get some books to read

You may get some spare time in between your Yoga and therapy sessions. So be armed with some good books to read. 

Change your diet

Before going to an Ayurveda retreat like Ayur Healthcare, Parramatta, Sydney, you should let go of junk food, tea, coffee, alcohol, smoking, and even meat products. Consulting an Ayurveda doctor or dietician you should gradually change your diet. 


Get your checklist

All treatment programs at the Ayurveda retreat need pre-and post-treatment care. Ask your doctor how best to go about it when you return to your daily normal routine. 

Be prepared to follow an Ayurveda diet

Meal portions will be small at the retreat and getting used to it is rather tough. Do not panic if you get headaches or are feeling dizzy in the initial stage of the treatment. 

Come prepared to follow the house rules at the Ayurveda retreat. Access personal Ayurveda consultations in Sydney, Australia, and get individual treatments through authentic healthcare rooted in ancient traditions of Ayurveda.





Principles of Ayurveda



Searching for the best hospital to get Ayurveda Treatment in Sydney? Ayur Healthcare is your best choice! Here’s a basic insight on the principles of Ayurveda before you start your treatment from Ayur Healthcare.


Ayurveda ‘the Science of Life’ is a holistic system of medicine that evolved in India from ancient times nearly 3000-5000 years ago.

The science of Ayurveda is based on the theory that the universe is made up of five elements: Air, Fire, Water, Earth, and Ether. These elements are rendered in humans by three “Doshas”, or energies: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.

 Ayurvedic Body Types

When any of the Doshas are collected in the body beyond the desirable limit, the body loses its balance. The health and well-being of each person are dependent on the right balance of the three Doshas (“Tridoshas”). Specific lifestyle and nutritional guidelines proposed by Ayurveda help individuals to reduce the excess dosha.


As per the texts of Ayurveda, a healthy person is one whose Doshas are in balance and all tissues of the body and all-natural urges are functioning properly. His appetite is good and his mind, body, and spirit are cheerful.


Ayurveda focuses on establishing and maintaining the balance of the life energies within us instead of focusing on individual symptoms. Recognizing the unique constitutional differences of all individuals, different regimens are recommended for different types of people.


As a complete medical system, Ayurveda recognizes that ultimately all intelligence and wisdom flows from one Absolute source (Paramatma). Health manifests by the grace Paramatma, implemented through the Prakruti – laws of Nature. In fact, Ayurveda assists Nature by promoting harmony between the individual and Nature by living a life of balance according to her laws.

 Head Massage

Ayurveda describes three fundamental universal energies which regulate all natural processes operating at the level of human physiology. These three universal energies are known as the three Doshas (Tridoshas).


The Ayurvedic physicians at Ayur Healthcare are aware of the need for preserving the balance of the mind, body, and soul. They seek to heal the mind-body complex and restore balance to the Tridoshas. Book your online consultations with the Ayurveda doctors in Sydney at Ayur Healthcare. They will evaluate your medical history and prescribe the correct Ayurveda diet and herbal medicines to heal your diseases. Call today!



Abhyanga Ayurvedic Massage in Sydney

Relaxation Massage

‘Abhyanga’ means oil application over the body and usually called a herbal oil application. This application is done on the skin which is the largest sense organ of the body.


The herbal oil application is recommended in daily practice to maintain good health and prevent diseases and a therapeutic to cure many diseases. The herbal application done on a daily basis is an herbal application done by oneself and promotes long life, energy, improves eyesight, complexion and is very good for the skin.

As a therapy Abhyanga is practiced worldwide in the prevention of disease and as relief from mental and physical stress. It is usually widely used in musculoskeletal disorders like Cervical Spondylitis, Lumbar Spondylitis, sports injuries, and arthritis. It is very beneficial in diseases like stroke, Parkinson’s, and muscle, joint, and nerve-related disorders.

It also helps in improving circulation in the body and helps in inducing sleep and promotes longevity.

It is also recommended to the newborn for at least a month after birth to nourish the muscles.


It should not be done in conditions of fever, diarrhea, and indigestion condition and in excessive obese individuals.


The therapeutic herbal oil massage should be done under the guidance of a knowledgeable doctor and trained masseurs. To have a synchronized effect of the herbal therapeutic Abhyanga it should be done by two or four individuals/ masseurs by using massage techniques and special strokes. In herbal therapeutic Abhyanga head, palms, soles, and ears and given importance and massed very carefully.


Ayur Healthcare offers Classical Ayurvedic Massages in Parramatta, Sydney including Abhyanga, Shirodhara, Udwarthana, Pindasweda, Basti treatments, Thalapothichil, and all other Panchakarma Therapies.

Abhyanga is done on a specialized wooden table called Droni. The oil is selected by the Ayurvedic doctor for Abhyanga based on the type of ailment and type of disease. The massage begins in seven different postures.

1. Sitting

2. Supine

3. Right lateral

4. Prone

5. Left lateral

6. Supine

7. Sitting

Abhyanga should be done for around 5 minutes in each position and the change in positions should be done gradually as the table becomes slippery during the procedure. After the procedure, he is asked to take a rest for around 5 minutes and followed by which next procedure can be done.


1)Tell the patient to sit comfortably on the chair.

2) Make the oil lukewarm in a hot water basin.

3) Shiro Abhyanga

i) Smearing the oil – Masseur poured the oil on his own handheld just over the head of the patient. Spread the oil all over the head including the neck and the ear pinna with the palmar surface of the hands. Moving the palm is enough to smear the oil on the head if the scalp has short trimmed hairs. If the patient has long hairs, fingers have to be poked between the hairs.

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ii) Massage from front to backward – After smearing the oil masseur then massage the whole head, moving the palmar surface of the hand from front to backward by applying gentle as well as firm pressure. It includes the vertex, temporal, occipital portion of the head.

iii) Picking strokes – Fingers of both hands are moved as if picking up tufts of hairs.

iv) Flat palm stokes – Gentle strokes are placed with the palmar surface of hands on the scalp either simultaneously or alternatively.

v) Rocking strokes – Gentle stokes on the head by rapid rocking movements of both the palms simultaneously.

vi) Finger strokes – Gentle strokes on the head by making rocking movements of both the palms with its finger stretched.

vii) First strokes – Gentle strokes are placed on all areas of the head with closed fists simultaneously and alternatively.

viii) Squeeze strokes – Grasping tuft of hairs with hands followed by the gentle squeeze.

ix) Pressing – Palm is placed on the patient’s head and is molded into the shape of the scalp followed by gentle and firm pressure on the head.

x) Ear massage – Ear pinna is grasped between the thumb anteriorly and the other finger posteriorly. Then the pinna is rubbed between the finger after that thumb is firmly moved from above to downward anteriorly

4. Massaging the posterior and lateral aspect of the neck)

i)Massaging the cervical spine – Masseur places his palms on the two sides of the patient neck and thumbs are approximated at the midline on the supine. Then thumbs are simultaneously moved upward by applying adequate pressure.

Deep Tissue Massage

ii) Lateral sides of the neck– Masseur places his palm on the sides of the patient’s head on either side. Then by applying firm pressure move the palm down towards the shoulder on respective sides.

iii) Strokes – Strokes are placed on the neck of the patients with both hands simultaneously or alternatively by using the outer border of the palm.

5. Tell the patient to lie down in a supine position on the Abhyanga table.

6.  Face Massage

i) Masseur standing at the head end of the table smear the oil all over the face

ii) Linear massage on the forehead – Masseur places both thumbs at the center of the patient’s forehead, approximating each other on their outer side. Then he glides his thumbs towards the lateral aspects of the forehead applying firm as well as gentle pressure.

iii) Linear message on eyebrows– Masseur places both thumbs at the medial end of the eyebrow in such a way that their tips facing each other. Then he glides his thumbs towards the lateral side by applying firm pressure.

iv) Linear massage on the nasal bridge- One thumb is placed on the base of the nasal bridge. By applying gentle pressure the thumb is then moved to the tip of the nose. A similar movement is done with the other thumb. In this way, the nasal bridge is massaged alternatively with the right and left thumb.

v) Linear massage on sides of the nose– Both the thumbs are placed on either side of the base of the nose and then are guided towards the nostrils applying gentle and firm pressure. Movement of thumbs may be done simultaneously or alternatively one after the other.

vi) Linear massage on the upper lip – Both thumbs are placed on the skin portion of the upper lip just below the nostrils in such a way that their tips touch each other. Then by applying adequate pressure the thumbs are moved away simultaneously towards the lateral side covering the whole length of the upper lip.

vii) Maxillary massage– Thumbs are placed on either side of the nose and then are moved laterally over the maxillary bone and reaching up the temporal region. This covers the upper portion. For the lower portion thumbs are placed on either side of the nose and move laterally, downward towards the mandible.

viii) Cheek massage – Cheek massage is done with the thenar eminences of the hand. thenar eminences of both the hands are placed on either cheek of the patient. The palms are moved to the chin area applying adequate pressure.

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ix) Chin massage – Thumbs are placed on the center of the chin of the patients approximating each other on their outer surface. By applying firm pressure thumbs are then moved laterally over the mandible.

x) Linear massage on mandible – Masseur places his fingers of both hands on the patient’s mandible with the tip of right and left thumb approximated on the middle of the chin and tip of the remaining fingers approximated on the undersurface of the mandible in the midline. Then by applying a firm grip on the mandible massage is done by moving the finger outwards towards the lateral side.

xi) Massage on the temporal region – Lateral part of the hands is placed on either temporal region of the patient. The masseur then moves his hands in a circular fashion, rubbing the temporal portion of the patient.

xii) Ear massage – Ear pinna is grasped between the thumb anteriorly and the other finger posteriorly. Then the pinna is rubbed between the fingers after that the thumb is firmly moved above to downward anteriorly.

xiii) Linear massage on anterior neck – Flat of the right palm is placed on the lower aspect of the neck and with gentle pressure is moved towards the chin area. Then the left palm is placed on the base of the neck and is moved towards the chin. In this way alternatively with right and left-hand massage is continued.

7.  Arms

i) Circular movement at shoulders – Masseur places his one palm on the shoulder of the patients and moves in a circular fashion in a clockwise and anticlockwise direction. This is performed in a supine lateral and prone position of the patients.

ii) Linear massage of arms: With one hand masseur should grasp the wrist of the patient to stabilize the arms during the massage. The patient’s arm is massaged by moving the other palm in a linear fashion from shoulder to elbow region. This has to be performed in the supine, lateral and prone position of the patients.

iii) Circular massage at the elbow- Patients hand is grasped at the wrist with one hand and the masseur should massage the elbow in a circular fashion with the palm of the other hands. This procedure is performed in the supine, lateral and prone position of the patients.

iv) Linear massage of forearms: Patient’s wrist grasped by one hand and massage is done by moving the other palm in a linear fashion from elbow to wrist by applying adequate pressure. This procedure is repeated in the supine, lateral and prone position of the patients.

v) Circular massage at wrist- Wrist is grasped with one hand in its posterior surface when the patient is placed in the supine position and the anterior surface is massaged in a circular fashion with the other palm. Similarly in the prone position of the patients, the anterior surface of the wrist is grasped with the hand and circular massage is done with the other palm to the posterior surface of the wrist.

vi) Linear massage at metacarpals– This massage is done to the dorsal surface of the hand when the patient is placed in a prone position. The hand is grasped at the wrist with one hand and with the other hand, the masseur holds the patient’s hands between his fingers and thumb. Also, the thumb is placed in the soft space between the bones of the hands. Then the masseur moves his thumb distally towards the finger of the patients by applying firm pressure. Each soft space between the metacarpals bone of the patient’s hand is treated in this fashion.

vii) Linear and circular massage of the finger– Patient hands are held firmly at the wrist with one hand and then each finger is separately massaged with the other hands. For this patient’s finger is grasped between the thumb and index finger and the finger is then massaged by applying firm pressure in a linear fashion. On the joints, massage is done in a circular fashion.

viii) Simultaneously massage of fingers– Patients hand is held at the wrist with one hand and then fingers are simultaneously massaged with the other hand. For this masseur introduces his fingers between the fingers of the patients and locks with firm pressure. This is followed by unlocking the fingers by milking out the fingers of the patients.

ix) Circular massage of the thenar eminences and distal palm- Masseur places both the thumbs approximating each other on the center of the patient’s palm. And then the eminences and distal palms are massaged in a circular fashion with the pulp of the thumb.

x) Poking massage on the palms- Masseur using both hands grasped the patient’s hand to be massaged with his finger and thumb, with the thumb on the palmar surface.

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8.  Trunk

i) Linear massage- masseur places both palms on the right or left portion of the abdomen with the finger pointing towards the midline of the abdomen. Simultaneously both the palms are then moved by applying firm pressure from below to upward up to the medial part of the arm of the same side through the chest.

ii) Circular massage- Circular massage is performed separately on the chest as well as abdomen with the flat of the head. If two Masseurs are there, one will perform abdominal abhyanga and the other perform abhyanga on the chest simultaneously.

9.  Back

i) Linear massage – Flat of the palm is placed on the sacral region then by applying pressure the palm is moved from below to upward up to the shoulder region. Elbow tip massage – Masseur places his elbow tip right on the spine of the patients and then moves the elbow in a circular fashion along the spine.

ii) Thumb massage- Masseur places his both thumb approximating its tips and longitudinally along the spine. Then both the thumbs are moved in half-circle around each other. This is done to the whole spine.

10.  Lateral sides of the trunk

i) In the lateral position arm in touch with the table is flexed at the elbow and is placed beneath the patient’s head. Masseur with one hand holds the other free arm of the patient at the wrist. Then he places his other palm on the lateral side of the waist and moves the palm from below to upward up to the medial aspect of the elbow passing through the chest by applying firm pressure.

11.  Legs

i) Circular movement on the hip– Flat of the palm is placed on the hip and then the palm is moved in a circular fashion. This is performed in the supine, prone and lateral position of the patients.

ii) Circular movement on the buttock- Masseur places both the palms on the buttock with the fingers facing the opposite buttock and then moves the palms over the buttock in a circular fashion by applying firm pressure. This is done in a prone position of the patients.

iii) Linear massage on the thigh– Masseur places both the palm on the proximal part of the thigh and then the palm is moved in a downward direction over the thigh by applying firm pressure up to the knee followed by taking back the palm from the digital thigh towards the hip. This procedure is done in a supine, prone, and lateral position of the patients.

iv) Circular movement on the knee- When the patient is in a supine position, the masseur places one hand beneath the knee, firmly holding the knee. Another palm massage is done by moving the palm in a circular fashion over the anterior surface of the knee. Similarly in the prone position of the patients, one palm is placed beneath the knee for holding the knee and then with another palm do massage on the posterior part of the knee in a circular fashion. This procedure is performed in a supine and prone position of the patients.

v) Circular movement on the ankle- Masseur places his palm on either side of the ankle and then moves his palm in a circular fashion on both sides of the ankle. This procedure is performed in a supine and prone position of the patients.

vi) Linear massage on the leg- Masseur places both the palm on the proximal parts of the leg at the knee. Then he slides his palm towards the distal part up to the ankle by applying firm pressure and then this palm is taken back to the knee. This is done in a supine prone and lateral position of the patients.

vii) Hand strokes- Strokes are placed alternatively with right and left hand on all areas of the lower limb with the lateral aspect of the little finger of both palms in all the positions of the patients.

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12.  Foot massage

i) Circular massage at ankle- Ankle is grasped with one hand just above the ankle joint and is massaged from the palm of another hand in a circular motion.

ii) Linear massage at the dorsal surface – This massage is done to the dorsal surface of the foot when the patient is placed in the supine position. Linear motions are given from both hands. Also, the thumb is placed in the soft space between the bones of the feet. Then the masseur moves his thumb distally towards the finger of the foot by applying firm pressure.

iii) Linear massage at the plantar surface – This massage is done to the plantar surface of the hand when the patient is placed in a prone position. Linear motions are given from both the palms of the hands. And the pressure is given from the thumb at the selected points.

vi) Linear and circular massage of a finger– Patient foot each finger is separately massaged with hands. For this patient’s finger is grasped between the thumb and index finger and the finger is then massaged by applying firm pressure in a linear fashion. On the joints, massage is done in a circular fashion.

Right Time to do Abhyanga

The morning before the bath is the ideal time to do Abhyanga. As it can be done in Vata time, in absence of time in the morning it can also be practiced in the evening but should be followed by fomentation to avoid coldness and stiffness. With relation to food, it should be done before or after 1 hour of the meal.

Mode of action

According to Ayurveda, the herbal oil contains medicinal principles which get absorbed by the skin. The medicinal principle enters into the skin pores and gets absorbed into the blood through blood vessels, through blood vessels it reaches the target organ and performs the action. Cell membranes consist of lipoproteins, oil being a lipid easily passes through the skin and gets absorbed.

What to Expect During your First Ayurvedic Massage?


Feeling tired in mind and body? Try out an Ayurveda Massage and you’ll come out refreshed and rejuvenated! If this is your first time, you might be wondering what to expect during your first ayurvedic massage. How is it different from a regular massage? Here’s an insight from Ayur Healthcare, Parramatta, the best center for Ayurvedic massage in Sydney! 

An Ayurvedic massage treats not just the body, but the nervous system as well. It brings deep nourishment to all the cells and tissues and calms the mind. Pure organic herbal oils are used in accordance with your imbalance of Doshas. Ayurvedic oils in massage are beneficial to maintain harmony and balance. The extremely small size of the oil molecule allows the oils to penetrate the skin easily and transfer the healing properties of nature, directly to the cells in the body. Oils used can also vary depending on the season & all oils used will be based on Sesame or Coconut Oil. 

The Abhyanga full body massage involves the back, arms, hands, neck, head, legs, feet & hips. The oils infused with Ayurvedic herbs are heated to a comfortable temperature. This deeply healing therapy supports the healing of many diseases in the body and mind. 


Your Ayurveda massage treatment will begin with an Ayurveda consultation in Sydney. The Ayur Healthcare Ayurveda doctors will conduct a short, completely confidential health and lifestyle consultation prior to your first treatment. This is designed to identify your Doshas and adapt the Ayurveda massage treatment to suit you. 

❖ The Ayurveda massage treatment lasts between 30 – 90 minutes.

❖ The heated oil is directly applied to your skin.

❖ Only the parts being massaged will be exposed and you will be covered with soft sheets, blankets & towels throughout the treatment.

❖ Remove all garments, jewelry, and piercings before the massage

❖ You can specify if there is anybody part you wish not to massage.

❖ Additional 15-20 minutes should be allowed for all first treatments as part of the consultation process prior to treatment. 

After the massage, you may feel very relaxed. Combining a complete Ayurvedic lifestyle with the Ayurvedic massage is most beneficial for health. 


Ayurveda massage benefits are:

❖ Strengthens Immune system, nourishes tissues and energy channels, imparts softness, strength, and color to the body

❖ Decreases aging effects & increases longevity

❖ Enables good vision

❖ Nourishes the body & benefits skin

❖ Benefits sleep patterns

❖ Strengthens the body’s tolerance

❖ Tones the body and adds vigor to the body tissues

❖ Increases circulation & stimulates the internal organs

❖ Pacifies Vata and Pitta 

If you require Ayurveda Massage in Sydney, please contact us at Ayur Healthcare.

Importance of Ayurveda


The hustle and bustle of everyday life upset the balance of the body and mind. When a body works in balance, health radiates throughout the body. The practice of Ayurveda promotes balance in body, mind, and soul. Ayur Healthcare, Parramatta, brings to you an opportunity to experience natural healing & rejuvenation with the practice of Ayurveda in Sydney! 

Here are the benefits that highlight the importance of Ayurveda: 

Preventive Care

The practice of Ayurveda focuses on the wisdom of preventive care. It has over the centuries offered the means to maintain health and stave off disease. By adapting our diets and lifestyles to our unique constitutions, we maintain the balance within ourselves leading to good health. The best way to fight disease is to stay well in the first place.



When we work under pressure, it increases Vata and produces stress. This Vata imbalance affects the joints first. The practice of Ayurveda, through diet and lifestyle, reduces stress. These practices achieve the right balance in doshas. Abhyanga Ayurveda body massage is great for relaxation.


Revitalizing Energy

When we are working toward a deadline, we shirk sleep and food. Even if we eat, we do it too late or go for unhealthy fast food. All these things affect our bodies and minds, leading to sluggishness and lethargy. Ayurveda has an all-inclusive, long-term approach to revitalizing energy. The balancing of the Tridoshas is done with diet, lifestyle changes, and Ayurvedic treatments like Panchakarma.


Beautiful Skin

These days, we are using so many commercial skincare products, and the harsh chemicals in them damage our skin. Once you understand your skin type, you can get the correct natural Ayurveda skin treatments that will promote healthy, beautiful skin.



The practice of Ayurveda reduces the stresses and anxieties that wear out our bodies. This harmony promotes a healthy, youthful body and a vibrant, dynamic mind, even as we age.


Improved Concentration

it is easy to become distracted in the modern world with all the noise pollution & the overload of information. Our minds get agitated and anxious. When we slow down, we get to better know and understand our body.  By balancing diet and lifestyle with Ayurveda, we can soothe our minds and allow for easier, more focused concentration.


For Ayurveda in Sydney get in touch with us at Ayur Healthcare, Parramatta, Sydney. Our doctors will make a detailed assessment of history, lifestyle, diet, daily habits & draw up an effective personalized Ayurveda plan for you.