The whole exercise and purpose of Ayurvedic treatment is to help us remove the excess Doshas and toxins accumulated over the years due to incompatible and incorrect life-style.
Whilst many treatments today put a lot of emphasis on new drugs and therapies for treating symptoms and disease in patients Ayurveda on the other hand gives priority to and prescribes measures for preventing the occurrence of such ailments.
The primary idea and purpose of Ayurvedic massage just as all other Ayurvedic treatment protocols are to help break and remove the toxins within the gross and subtle bodies. The toxins (Ama) are understood to be leftover putrefied-food stuff that has taken a grease-like form.
You will be commencing your first Ayurvedic massage session soon. Progressively you will be very gratified that you have agreed and allowed yourself to go through this pre-purification process.
Ayurvedic head massage focuses on the shoulders, neck, face and head, the areas most vulnerable to stress and tension. The head massage induces a state of calm, peace and tranquility and promotes high levels of alertness and concentration.
The Shirodhara technique soothes and invigorates the senses and the mind. A total feeling of wellness, mental clarity and comprehension is experienced in this process.
‘Panch’ means five and ‘Karma’ means therapy or action. Pancha Karma refers to an intensive detoxification program using five actions or procedures to remove toxins from the body and mind.