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Ayurvedagram Bali is quite different
from spas that you might be used to.

In Western culture, spas are a haven for indulging in pampering and luxury. But an Ayurvedic wellness centre is so much more.

Here, you’ll undergo traditional Ayurvedic therapies prescribed by our Ayurvedic doctor. These therapies promote deep-seated healing and restore your body, mind and spirit
Synchronized Medicated Oil Massage
During Kerala-style Abhyanga, or a synchronized medicated oil massage, two therapists apply the oil with perfectly synchronized movements. This is one of the most widely used therapies in Ayurveda.

This therapy, Abhyanga, is the greatest expression of self-love. As you’re anointed with warm oil from head to toe, your inner balance is restored. Furthermore, it enhances your overall well-being and longevity.

The medicated oils used for Abhyanga are infused with potent Ayurvedic medicinal herbs. Your skin absorbs this potency, creating the ultimate soothing and comforting healing therapy.

Ayurveda teaches us that Abhyanga therapy gives you the same benefit of being loved: deep feelings of warmth and stability. This ancient therapy heals and detoxes your mind, body, and spirit. As the massage therapists work along your body’s energy channels, your flow of life energy, or Prana, is unblocked.

Your nervous system will enjoy deep nourishment, your muscles will be totally relaxed, and your joints will maintain flexibility. The therapy ends with a face massage, and then a brief rest.
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Shirodhara Treatment
While Shirodhara treatment is part of a comprehensive Ayurvedic wellness plan, it is an equally effective stand-alone.

Known for its highly Vata pacifying effect, Shirodhara therapy, if done under the doctor’s supervision, becomes an ideal treatment to calm the mind, relax the nervous system, improve sleep quality,  ease mental and emotional discomfort, reduce anxiety and promote calmness, tranquillity, and relaxation.
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Steam Bath
Ayurveda teaches that Swedana therapy, or a steam bath, detoxes and balances your Vata, Pitta, and Kapha Doshas. These are your bio-energy centers which control body movements, as well as the stability of your body and mind. The sweat glands are one of the sources that eliminate toxins from the body. Thousands of sweat glands, when stimulated, will mobilize the toxins in the inner layers of your skin and muscles, getting rid of them.

This benefit makes Swedana a critical preparatory procedure of the Panchakarma treatment. In Ayurvedic procedures, your steam bath is done after Abhyanga to improve the absorption of the oils used and to help eliminate your body toxins.

Your steam bath will provide you quite a few additional benefits, such as:

• Relieves stress
• Balances Vata and Kapha humors in the body
• Detaches toxins; expels them through the tiny pores of the skin along with sweat
• Improves circulation;
• Reduces inflammation
• Revitalizes and rejuvenates the skin
• Improves digestion
• Removes stupor
• Acts on fat tissues
• Relieves stress
• Eases sore muscles
• Reduces numbness, stiffness, rigidity, heaviness; improves mobility
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Medicated Rice Bath

Medicated rice baths are another ancient Ayurvedic tradition. This completely natural and chemical-free bath can improve your skin’s health, aid in rejuvenation, resolve sleep issues, and much more.
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Dry Herbal Powder Rub

A dry herbal powder rub is custom-tailored to your body type and condition. Then the rub is used in a massage, which can soothe a wide range of lifestyle and metabolic disorders.
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Herbs and Oil Paste Rub

Similar in some ways to the dry herbal powder rub, this rub combines medicinal herbs and oils based on your specific condition. The paste can have quite a few different benefits, such as calming the body and mind or soothing joint pain.
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Herbal Poultice Rejuvenating Massage 

An herbal poultice contains herbs, plants, and other medicinal natural ingredients chosen specially for you. During this rejuvenating massage, the poultice is applied to certain areas of your body, supporting healing and relieving inflammation. 
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Warm Oil Pouring Over Head 

This ancient Ayurvedic technique for stress relief includes warm oil being poured onto your head. This can calm the body and mind, reduce stress, improve sleep, and balance your Doshas, or bio-energy centers. 
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Herbal Topical Application

Topical applications serve a role in Ayurvedic healing too. This therapy involves applying herbs directly to your skin, and is appropriate for many conditions like anxiety, inflammation, and sleep disorders.
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Medicated Herbal Wash

In Ayurveda, bathing is a therapeutic process. A custom medicated herbal wash contains all ingredients necessary for your journey towards balance and good health. From removing built-up toxins to balancing emotions, your medicated herbal wash will make every bathing experience a healing one. 
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Medicated Herbal Pack

A medicated herbal pack is a custom blend of herbs and other natural medicinal ingredients, customized just for you. When applied to your skin, you’ll enjoy soothing relief, a reduction in stress, and the easing of any pain or discomfort.
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Localised Warm Oil Retention

During this therapy, warm oil is retained over certain regions of your body for a prescribed length of time. We use frames shaped to the body’s curves, allowing the warm medicated oil to soak and offer great benefit.

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