Ayurvedic Yoga Massage
The Ayurvedic Yoga Massage is a unique massage style that combines deep tissue massage with coordinated breathing and yoga stretches. The session is held on a mat for free movement and flow. During the conception of this technique, two main components were recognized: the restorative benefits of certain yoga movements and the healing elements of traditional Ayurvedic massage.
In Ayurvedic Yoga Massage, the body is considered a reflection or warehouse of the subconscious. Frequently tensions or problems in the body have their origin in unresolved emotional issues or emotional seeds. The therapist and the client work together to awaken the whole body until each unrealized area is sensitized and cleansed by the power of the combination of stretching and massage. In consonance with the tradition of Ayurveda, oils based on seeds or based on plant materials and medicinal powders are used for their healing properties. The herbal powder used in the massage is made from the root of the Calamus plant, known for its detoxifying properties that purify the blood and organs.
It is antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and exfoliating, helping to bring out the deeply seated toxins of the lymph and muscles. This, combined with a deep boost to circulatory systems, quickly speeds up the detoxification process and makes Ayurvedic Yoga Massage the perfect complement to any fast cleansing or detox. Additionally, Ayurvedic Yoga Massage incorporates the use of hands and feet as tools for massage. The use of the feet allows a deeper pressure through long and graceful strokes. In general, this technique will help dissolve physical and emotional blockages, eliminate toxins from the body, promote correct posture, improve breathing patterns, balance the doshas, and the receiver leaves with a deep sense of well-being.