I invite you to experience the rejuvenating power of Ayurvedic reflexology (Padabhyanga), a profoundly relaxing and revitalising treatment. This beautiful treatment is rooted in ancient Indian holistic healing traditions. Delve into a realm of blissful restoration, while I apply beautiful herb infused warmed oil (the aroma is Devine!). I then apply gentle, yet invigorating pressure to specific reflex points on the feet and lower leg, promoting both balance and harmony throughout the entire body.
The "Marma" points (similar to acupuncture points) on the knees, calves, ankles, and feet are worked, combined with massage from knee to toe. Lastly the legs and feet are massaged with a kasa bowl or wand, which is made from several different types of metal, helping draw both heat and toxins from the body. Warm, damp towels are then used to remove the toxins which may have been released through the skin, along with any excess oil.
This is a deeply relaxing and rejuvenating treatment which I can not wait for you to experience.
The Veda's (pronounced vai-duhs) are ancient sacred texts upon which Hinduism is based with some evidence to say their content dates back at least five thousand years. Out of the Vedas developed Ayurveda (Ayuh is Sanskrit for long life or vitality). Ayurveda teaches us how to live in harmony with nature and ourselves, all the while considering the scope and purpose of life.
Many consider Ayurveda as "the mother of medicine" because its principles seem to have influenced the development of Chinese, Greek, Arabic and other traditional medical systems. Acupressure, acupuncture, massage, aromatherapy and naturopathy and many more are all to be found in ancient Ayurvedic texts.
Ayurvedic foot massage is called "Padabhyanga" and is a deeply relaxing treatment
The soothing touch of padabhyanga not only transports you to a state of deep tranquility, where the therapeutic combination of warmed aromatic oil, rhythmic strokes and specialised techniques work together to alleviate tension, improve circulation of blood and lymph, promote sleep, reduce swelling and discomfort in the legs, stabilises the flow of Prana (energy) and calms the Doshas.
Awakening a profound sense of well-being.
Immerse yourself in this ancient art, allowing Ayurvedic reflexology to replenish your body, mind and spirit, leaving you deeply connected to the essence of holistic wellness