Facial cleansing, moisturizing treatments, toning and anti-aging treatments which nourish the skin and make your face radiant.
An ancient Indian therapy practiced to treat individuals in a natural way and to harmonize the three doshas: the movement, VATA, the metabolism, PITTA, and the structure, KAPHA.
The Udvartana is a body peeling done with herb powders mixed with vegetal and medical oils.
The treatment practices a positive action for these methods: bad body smell, heaviness and apathy sensation, itch, irregular sweating, toxins stagnation and water-retention.
Massage Pindasweda is an Ayurvedic treatment that is performed with bags containing medicinal herbs and essential oils soaked in hot oil.
This practice of Indian origin, which literally means “helping the body to sweat”, takes advantage of the beneficial action of heat. In fact, the hot oil, in addition to relieving muscle tension, allows the herbs contained in the bundle (also called a tampon or bolus) to release their active ingredients and act on the body.
The Ayurveda philosophy is based on the deep knowledge of the body and his mind-spirit connection. So it considers the soul like a balance state, in which the psychological and environmental factors have the same importance as the physicals ones. Therefore the Ayurveda massage apart from rebalancing the organism from possible alterations, helps the person to face the changes, streghtened the energy and encouraging in this way the prevention and the overcoming of a illness state.
The Tridosha massage is one of the ayurvedical ritual technique.
The benefits of this massage are countless. The well-being contribution is already felt during the treatment. The derma is feeding by the oils absorbing, the muscular structures are tonificated, the circulatory stystem is reactivated making new oxygen and getting rid of toxin residues, the lymphatic system starts an accelerate process of flowing, bringing new lymph to the organism, while the nervous system gives serenity sensations.
The term Shirodara means literally «shower on the head» or «fluid on the head». This unction method consists into irrigate with tepid and aromatic oil the forehead of the person, identified as the position of the sixth chakra. According to the ancient scriptures the Shirodara is the best remedy for rebalancing the dosha Vata, responsible of the development of the thought and the all the activities of the central nervous system. The practice of Shirodara is surely a valid remedy to lower down the tension and stress levels. The effects: calms down the mind and eliminates the nervous derangements like: anxiety, irritability and instability. Helps the concentration, the memory, the self-confidence and the self-eestem.