Ayurveda is the oldest system of Medicine in the world and traces its root to ancient India (1500 B.C). It is an age-old healing system that uses diet, exercise, herbs and body therapies.Ayurveda massage techniques provide relaxation, circulation and elimination of toxins. If adopted as a daily practice, Ayurvedic massage techniques can even help to rejuvenate the body.
A typical Ayurvedic massage involves the use of oil, tar or paste based on multifarious herbal and animal resources. Massaging dwells on the use of externalized controlled and uncontrolled pressure. The massage techniques used include kneading, squeezing and tapping as well as the more traditional massage strokes.
Ayurvedic massage is tailored to your body’s specific needs. The style and the flow of the massage should also be determined by who you are, and what your body needs for it to be balanced. There are four main kinds of massage offered by Ayurvedic massage therapists, each with a specific purpose in hand. The massage can either be performed with the intention to eliminate toxins though purification, relax the body, strengthen the muscle tone or rejuvenate the body.
Physical pains involving pains pertaining to joint, muscle and connective tissue are significantly alleviated by means of Aurvedic massage.