Abhyanga is a massage that's done with warm oil. The oil is applied on the entire body, from the scalp to the soles of your feet. It's the most popular massage in Ayurveda


  • Nourishes the entire body—decreases the effects of aging.
  • Imparts muscle tone and vigor to the dhatus (tissues) of the body.
  • Imparts a firmness to the limbs.
  • Lubricates the joints.
  • Increases blood circulation.
  • Stimulates the internal organs of the body.
  • Assists in elimination of impurities from the body.


Foot Reflexology is a part of Ayurvedic traditional treatment. This is focused on the feet, but addresses the entire body through the nerve connections on the soles of the feet.


  • Stimulates your muscles.
  • Improves circulation.
  • Lessens stiffness and tension, and can eliminate pain.
  • It also gives you a chance to properly check out your feet so you can get a headstart on treating blisters, bunions, corns and toenail problems
  • Reduces anxiety and depression.
  • Promotes better sleep



A therapeutic massage to relieve stress, headache, tiredness around the eyes, neck and shoulder areas as a result of migraine or lack of sleep. By using proper pressure, the head and shoulder massage is ideal to help freshen and relax the body, which will lead to a better sleep.


  • Reduces pain and tightness in areas of deep tension such as the back, neck and shoulders.
  • Prevent the development of headaches and migraines.
  • Improved circulation of blood and the drainage of lymph from the upper body.
  • A great way to de-stress and enhance a sense of well-being.
  • Strengthens Immune System


“Shiro Dhara” comes from the two Sanskrit words “shiro” (head) and “dhara” (flow). It's an Ayurvedic healing technique that involves having someone pour liquid — usually oil, milk, buttermilk, or water — onto your forehead. It's often combined with a body, scalp, or head massage. It is a purifying and rejuvenating therapy designed to eliminate toxins and mental exhaustion as well as relieve stress and any ill effects on the central nervous system.


  • Shiro Dhara reduces fatigue and initiates a soothing effect on our brain cells.
  • Beneficial In Sleep-Related Problems
  • Boosts Blood Circulation
  • Lowers Stress, Anxiety and Depression
  • Improves Concentration
  • Beneficial For Jetlag
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Ayurveda steam bath therapy is extremely relaxing. It often rejuvenates your body and mind. It helps the body more comfortable by producing endorphins.
A herbal steam bath (known as Bashpa Swedana) involves sweating caused by steam. It can help remove toxins from the body. It is a part of the cleansing therapy done after a massage.


  • Opens your pores and cleanses your skin.
  • It can help loosen any dirt and debris buildup, which can help improve the appearance of your skin.
  • Lowers blood pressure.
  • The heat in a steam room can dilate, or enlarge, your blood vessels
  • Relieves joint pains and inflammation.
  • Promotes overall health and wellbeing.
  • Reduces stress
  • Burns calories



Udwarthanam means to elevate or to promote. This massage involves upward stroking, where the powder is rubbed forcibly on the body. Classical treatises on Ayurveda explain this procedure as a daily routine.


  • Removes toxins from the skin.
  • Eliminates excess fat accumulated under the skin.
  • Improves skin complexion.
  • Reduces cholesterol.
  • Reduces excess fat in the body
  • Recovers joint mobility issues.
  • Relieve stress.


Warm medicated herbal oil is continuously poured all over the body (below the neck) after a body Abyanga. Pizhichil is soothing and relaxing; relieving the body from the pain and muscle spasms.


  • Increases the immunity and prolongs lifespan with it’s anti-aging properties.
  • Improves the circulation and metabolism and thus restores health. …
  • Beneficial in many ailments like arthritis, neurological and degenerative disorders as it induces diaphoresis (sweating).
  • Increases the skin luster and complexion of the skin.
  • Promotes relaxation to the body by relieving stress.


The Ayurvedic pedicure includes a feet massage that benefits the internal nervous system and the body as a whole. It is more inclined towards natural, non-chemical-oriented products, as a result, there are a lot of takers for ayurvedic massages of the feet which include therapeutic aromatherapy as well as reflexology.

It’s simple treatment that includes foot soaking, foot scrubbing with a pumice stone or foot file, nail clipping, nail shaping, foot and calf massage, moisturizer and nail polishing.


  • Pedicure encourages the renewal of the skin by removing the dead skin which usually leads to bunion, corns.
  • It gives a feeling of lightness to your feet.
  • Keeps your fingernails lustrous and shining.
  • Early Detection of Problems. Receiving a regular pedicure can help the pedicurist detect early signs of corns, bunions and fungal infections.
  • Decreases Chances of Infections.
  • Preserves Skin’s Moisture.
  • Exfoliates the Feet.
  • Promotes blood circulation.
  • Relaxes the Body


Ayurvedic Manicure is a herbal cosmetic treatment for hands and fingernails. Treatment is done in order to increase the glow and texture of the hands and increase the smoothness & shine of the nails. Due to a stressful and workaholic life, we many a time neglect to take care of our hands and make it look the best.


  • Improves texture of your hands and fingernails.
  • Prevents any wear and tear damages of your fingernails.
  • Increase the flexibility of your hand and keeps your hand smooth, soft and glowing.
  • Prevents infections.
  • Promotes healthy blood circulation.
  • Boosted nail health.
  • Improved mental health