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The complete therapy done with herbalised oils, prepared according to the ancient Ayurvedic texts. This is known as Abhyanga and the oils used will be suitable for the constitutional needs. The use of herbalised oils with specific benefits and specific techniques, help Abhyanga to provide relaxation and pain relieving at the same time. Long relaxing strokes, triggers at pressure points and other strokes that can address stiffness, knots and relax the system are used to achieve desired results. Abhyanga provides lubrication to skin, improves circulation, reduces stiffness and provides calmness. It can be modified to address almost any needs by using the right oil and right techniques. It can be done just once or repeatedly for a number of days as desired. A session of steam helps to boost the results.
Abhyanga is a Sanskrit terminology, which refers to the application of oil all over the body. Authentic Ayurvedic text books recommend this as an integral part of the daily life routine to all who want to maintain good health and energy levels. It is a deep relaxing and refreshing whole body massage with medicated herbal oils to take good care of physical, mental, emotional wellbeing of the person while balancing the doshas.
Practicing abhyanga regularly gives a profound feeling of stability, calm, strength and well-being.
Here are number of benefits associated with regular performance of this wonderful and effective treatment:
Applying warm medicated oil promotes circulation. Abhyanga helps the skin to absorb the nourishing and healing properties of the oil. These therapeutic factors of oil act as nutrient and medicinal agents on the skin, which is the largest organ in the body, performing its diverse functions efficiently, whether it is allowing toxins to be released from the body or nourishment to be absorbed by the tissues. It is like oiling the engine of your car — if you do it regularly, your engine will be in peak condition, and give you years and years of trouble-free performance.
Abhyanga is indicated in the following conditions: