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Shiro – Abhyanga / Ayurvedic Head Massage

Duration of treatment: 30 minutes $ 60

Shiro abhyanga is a word comprising two terms, Shiro which suggests head and Abhyanga means massage.

Shiro Abhyanga is a traditional Ayurvedic treatment procedure, involving an effective way of applying warm, herb-infused oil over the head with a soothing therapeutic massage.
Shiroabhyanga is a very effective therapy focusing on vital points (Marma) of the head, neck, and shoulders. The head massage induces a state of calm, peace, and tranquility, promoting high levels of alertness and concentration.

During the procedure, Ayurvedic herbal oil (selected as per your body constitution and your health condition) will be gently poured on your head. After this, oil is applied to the neck, shoulders, and upper back, using a variety of strokes with gentle pressure.

With Shiro Abhyanga, the oil is penetrated into the deepest tissues of the scalp and by nourishing the hair and skin and it delivers the medicinal effect of the herbs into deeper layers of the body. Ayurvedic Head and body massage not only provides relaxation to body and mind, but it is also helpful to keep many diseases and stress away.

It helps to face the toughness of daily life with ease and peace. It’s just like servicing the body on a daily basis with unique care.

Therapeutic effects:

  • De-stress the full body
  • Profoundly soothing and relaxing
  • Increase the flow of cerebrospinal fluids, strengthening the nervous system
  • Very beneficial in eyestrain, tinnitus, jaw ache, sinusitis, migraine, insomnia, and recurrent headaches
  • And highly useful for many diseases connected with the head, neck, eyes, ears, nose, and throat.
  • Relaxes neck, shoulder, and upper back muscles
  • Renews energy levels
  • Increases feelings of peace, calm and wellbeing.
  • Prevents premature greying, hair fall, dandruff and stimulates hair growth
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