Abhyanga, the ancient art of Ayurvedic massage, invites you to embark on a journey of profound relaxation and holistic healing. At Ayurvedagram Bali, we use the four-hand technique of massage to lovingly envelop your body with warm herbal oils. Two pairs of skilled hands weave a tapestry of soothing strokes, harmonising your energies and ushering in a sense of profound tranquillity. This exquisite practice nurtures your physical well-being and your mind, leaving you feeling renewed, balanced, and ready to embrace the world with newfound vitality. Experience the age-old secrets of Abhyanga, where timeless wisdom meets holistic rejuvenation.
Benefits this treatment brings
As per the classical Ayurvedic texts, abhyanga enhances longevity and promotes health. Abhyanga has a calming effect on the nervous system, helping to keep stress at bay. This head-to-toe therapy will pave the way to a healthier and more enjoyable life.
The warm herbal oils, nourishes your body deeply, slowing the ageing process and leaving your skin radiantly youthful.
The massage strokes boost blood circulation, ensuring organs receive vital nutrients and oxygen.
Herbal oils used in Abhyanga act as natural joint lubricants, enhancing mobility and reducing stiffness.
Abhyanga increases physical and mental stamina, fostering resilience.
Abhyanga promotes better, deeper sleep, reducing insomnia and ensuring restorative rest.
It balances Vata and Pitta while stimulating and nourishing Kapha, restoring doshic equilibrium.
Abhyanga stimulates internal organs, aiding digestion, assimilation, and elimination.
These are different types of Abhyanga, and our experienced Vaidya will recommended them during your stay based on your requirements.
A full-body massage done by two therapiests in a syncronised manner that involves using warm herbalised oil to massage the entire body. It nourishes the skin, promotes relaxation, improves circulation, and releases tension from muscles and joints.
Herbalised medicated oils used
Various oils can be used in Abhyanga massage depending on individual needs and preferences. At Ayurvedagram, Bali, an expert physician evaluates your health condition to understand which oil will suit you best.
for Vatta Dosha
We at Ayurvedagram Bali use Vata pacifying herbs cooked in sesame oil as the ancient text prescribed. Due to its numerous benefits and versatile uses, sesame oil holds significant importance in Ayurveda. Its nourishing, calming, grounding, lubricating and warming qualities make it an ideal oil base to infuse the herbs. Sesame oil for body massage will warm you up balance your Vata and induce deep relaxation.
Your experience at Agurvedagram Bali will help understand what type of oils suits you best and learn ways to incorporate them into your daily routine. Self Abhyanga can be a transformative experience, offering many benefits for your physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.
Its effects go beyond skin-deep, fostering a deep sense of harmony and vitality.
While Abhyanga offers numerous health benefits, there are specific situations and conditions in which it may not be beneficial or suitable.
As Ayurveda recognises the uniqueness of each individual, consider booking a consultation with our skilled doctor here at Ayurvedagram Bali. Especially if you are pregnant, experiencing acute infection or skin eruptions, have certain neurological conditions, or are in advanced age
Where the healing takes place
At the Sanjeevni Therapy Centre, Ayurveda's personalized approach considers your unique body constitution and characteristics, providing exclusive treatments to enhance your well-being and quality of life.
Rooms and accomodation
Enjoy a comfortable stay in our 25-room resort nestled amidst 14,000 square meters of lush landscapes. We offer a range of accommodations, including cosy cottages, serene villas, and deluxe rooms.
“Joyell is a traditional birth keeper by profession and a writer by passion. Her travel to Bali was not planned and the best among the things she explored there was knowing herself more. She is from South Africa and with her maternal roots from Kerala.“
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