Ayurvedic Massage Condesa
If you never had one you might be wondering what is an Ayurveda Massage Treatment and how is it different from a regular massage. Well if you already had one you will know and most likely be in love this treatment that treats not just the body, but also the nervous system , brings deep nourishment to all the cells and tissues as well as the mind.
This deep yet relaxing massage brings nourishment to the tissues, cells and energy channels, deep relaxation to the muscles and calmness to the mind and nervous system.
This is a whole body massage involving the back, arms, hands, neck, head, legs feet, hips using Ayurvedic oils in massage as a potent contributor at maintaining harmony and balance.
Other benefits are:
- Strengthens Immune System
- Nourishes the cells, tissues and energy channels
- Imparts softness, strength and color to the body
- Decreases the effects of aging
- Bestows good vision
- Nourishes the bod
- Increases longevity
- Benefits sleep patterns
- Benefits skin
- Strengthens the body’s tolerance Imparts a firmness to the limbs
- Imparts tone and vigor to the dhatus (tissues) of the body
- Stimulates the internal organs of the body, increasing circulation.
Ayurvedic massage is a key part of Yoga Massage Therapy. Just as a machine needs to be oiled, the body loves to have its largest organ, the skin, soothed, which is why oils are commonly used in Ayurvedic massage.
Oil massage is consistently used throughout Ayurvedic massage treatments. Its calm approach means that recipients are not only induced into a relaxed state during the massage, they also often report an improvement in their sleep patterns and general sense of wellbeing. In an ideal world, Ayurvedic massage would be carried out daily to help keep at bay the effects that everyday stresses and strains can have on our minds and bodies.
The Ayurvedic massage strokes vary from deep to superficial and follow the flow of energy channels, nerve pathways and hair growth. There are three types of movements – active (strong pressure), passive (delicate stroking) and persuasive (pinching or kneading the small muscles with the thumb and forefinger).
Like a hypnotic dance, the therapist synchronises their breathing with the recipient in order to maintain a deep interconnection. Like a sculptor flowing with the body’s mould, they create a very relaxing yet enlivening mood. The entire body is worked to in order to bring about a sense of whole-body integration and alignment.
Supportive input to the senses is emphasised during a session of Yoga Massage Therapy as our senses are the gateways to our biological and mental processes. The sense of touch is already being employed as well as the sense of smell, sight and hearing are recruited into the healing process.