Ayur Healthcare, 169 George Street, Parramatta 2150, New South Wales, Sydney, Australia |  Open 7 days, 8 am to 8 pm


Pinda Sweda / Herabal Pouch Massage

Experience the rejuvenating power of Ayurvedic Pindasweda/ Kizhi Treatment in Sydney at Ayur Healthcare

Pindasweda, also known as Kizhi, is a unique Ayurvedic therapy that combines the benefits of massage and herbal poultices. Our skilled practitioners use a blend of warm medicated oils and herbal bundles to provide deep relaxation, pain relief, and overall well-being.

This miracle remedy is the ideal option for the muscular, neuromuscular and  degenerative  disorders and other systemic diseases. A herbal pouch prepared with a combination of strengthening herbs  is the spot on treatment for plantar fasciitis, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, disc prolapse, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, lupus, chronic fatigue syndrome, weakness, hemiplegia and various other nervous diseases.  Multiple sessions are recommended for long lasting results and to address specific illnesses.

The pouch is prepared using a combination of fresh herbs, dry herbs, powders and/ or rejuvenating grains by tying in a piece of cloth. After massaging the body with hot oil, this warm pouch is applied through out the body to provide gentle yet deep tissue massage. This session is relaxing, pain relieving, lubricating and provides lightness to the body. Different types of Pinda sweda are available according to the content of the pouch.

At Ayur Healthcare, our team of highly trained Ayurvedic practitioners will customize the Pindasweda Treatment according to your specific needs and body type. We create a soothing ambiance to enhance your experience and ensure maximum comfort.

Discover the healing benefits of Ayurvedic Pindasweda Treatment in Parramatta, Sydney at Ayur Healthcare. Restore balance, rejuvenate your body, and experience deep relaxation through this traditional Ayurvedic therapy. Book your session with us and embark on a journey to holistic well-being.

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