Sound Healing sessions
With singing Tibetan Bowls, Quartz bowls and Gongs. Sound therapy is the conscious use of sound energy to promote wellbeing and to expand consciousness.
Pindas Sweda is the therapeutic application of heat to create sweat. It literally helps the body (pinda) to sweat (sweda) and to detox.
Udvartana in sanscrit means to lift up, and to awake. This massage is ideal to aid digestion and improves the tissues of the body.
In Sanscrit, Abhy means what is around and Anga means body. Is the most complete of the treatments, equivalent to a complete session of Chinese acupuncture.
The best treatment for stress, specially recommended during summer it relaxes the mind and aleviates the excess of heat. Commonly known as Indian Head Massage.
“Ubatan”: Moon Skin
Ayurvedic treatment for the face.
From an ancient Indian tradition, a totally natural facial treatment. Ubatan is an ancient Ayurvedic treatment that regenerates and purifies the skin and makes it soft, shiny and bright. Reserve a special time for the face to be a glowing skin, like the moon on full moon nights.
€60.00 – 1 Hour
What is Ayurveda and what are its benefits?
Ayurveda is a medical system that treats not only the physical body exclusively, since it includes also psychology and spirituality. It is the quintessential holistic cure. It is a natural medicine and covers all fields today taught in medical schools of naturism worldwide. It perfectly complements the practice of medical doctors, acupuncturists, chiropractors,vpsychologists, therapists, nutritionists, physiotherapists, massage therapists, and other professionals involved in the fields of health.
Ayurveda can offer patients the tools to change their own health, as long as they also make substantial changes in eating habits, mental and general activity. That is, directing our actions towards a more natural and healthy way of life. This is not something difficult to do, since Ayurvedic treatments provide the mental, physical and spiritual changes that are very beneficial for people.
We can say without fear of contradiction that Ayurveda is the most complete natural healing known in the world. Its age and origins are not know for certain, but it is believed to originate in India. There are reports of the use of Ayurvedic techniques for over five thousand years.
For many it is the “medicine of life” and it is actually much more. Ayurveda is a way of life in harmony and a philosophy of life where everything counts, for it treats the whole human being: body, mind, spirit and emotion, and it takes into consideration our environment: the elements, minerals, plants…
Breaking down the word Ayur-Veda we can understand better the essence of it: “Ayur” in Sanskrit means life and “Veda” means knowledge. Life and knowledge or knowledge of life. Despite being the oldest known system or method of natural healing, in recent years is has been emerging strongly in both East and West, as a health system recognised by the World Health Organization.
Follow your Dosha
Let´s start with the basics. Despite Ayurveda´s claim to deliver such a health boost – and the weird and wonderful names that you´ll come up against – it´s all quite straightforward really. All people fit into three dosha types: Vata, Pitta and Kapha. But what´s a dosha you ask?
According to Ayurveda, doshas are made up to five elements: air, space, fire earth and water. The vata dosha is a combination of air and space, the pitta dosha is a combination of fire and water, and the kapha dosha is water and earth. Most people, however, are a mix of all types, with one or two dominant doshas determining our basic, physical, mental and emotional characteristics.
In Ayurveda, establishing your dosha is fundamental: an imbalance among the doshas is thought to be the root cause behind illness, in essence, simply returning you to your natural, happy, healthy self. Much of the advice you´ll get is common sense. Proper hygiene, diet and lifestyle are considered in Ayurveda essential pre-requisites for good health.