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Body Massage (Abhyangam)

Bhagwati Ayurveda & Panchkarma / Body Massage (Abhyangam)

Abhyanga is the significant part of Ayurvedic medicine that involves skilled practise to massage the body with various herbal medicated oils. It is considered as the ancient physical therapy and alone a remedy for many health conditions. Abhyanga- a kind of selflove to nurture the body and mind.

Abhyanga comprises two Sanskrit words

Abhi (towards) Anga (Movement)

A synchronised body massage with warm herbal oil in the direction of blood flow to achieve a deep feeling of stability and warmth.  It is considered as a part of our daily routine recommended by Ayurvedic Physicians to maintain optimal health.

This is a special type of oil massage in which strokes are given according to the circulatory channels for 45 minutes per day for 14 days. This treatment is very useful for obesity, loss of skin texture, sleeplessness, fatigue, other Vata predominant diseases etc

Choose the right oil:

It is always good to choose special herbal oil recommended by Ayurvedic Doctors or as per your Dosha.

Sesame oil is very good Vata balancing, Coconut oil in Pitta Dosha imbalance and Mustard to restore Kapha Dosha.  To get a special Ayurvedic herb blended oils contact Nature Care Ayurveda.

Steps to do Self Abhyanga:

  1. Take the prescribed warm oil into a mug and warm by keeping the mug in the hot water.
  2. Check the adequate temperature of oil for massage.
  3. While preparing the oil make sure you are in nice covered area to avoid direct exposure to cold breeze.
  4. You can either lie down or sit comfortably and perform the therapy in one direction (Head to Toe / Toe to Head).
  5. Apply herbal oil first to the crown and massage in circular motion for couple of minutes. A very important Vital/ Marma point in skull helps to calm down the nervous system.
  6. Gently perform the massage on forehead, temple, face and ear lobes.
  7. Massage your arms, chest, trunk, pelvis and legs. Always massage in the direction of heart and circular motion onto the abdomen and joints.
  8. Sum-up the therapy by massaging feet. It is often recommended to spend more time on feet and hands as they have the nerve endings and special Marma points.
  9. Allow the oil to sit for 15-30 min to absorb into the deeper tissues.
  10. Enjoy warm shower by using a mild organic soap. After shower, towel dry gently and avoid vigorous rubbing.

Benefits of Abhyanga:

Benefits of Abhyanga:

In Ayurveda, Abhyanga is considered as one among the integral part of Dinacharya/ Daily routine. The benefits are priceless as the body feel the experience of being loved.

  • Refreshes, rejuvenates the whole body and delay the effects of Aging
  • Improves Sleeping Pattern
  • Tone, soften, hydrate the skin and increases lustre, glow and Aura
  • Enhances circulation and restores immunity
  • Pacifies Vata Dosha also balance Pitta and Kapha
  • Increases Stamina and Vitality
  • Removes Stress, Anxiety, Depression and calms the central nervous system.
  • Increases flexibility and helpful in Musculoskeletal disorders.
  • Strengthens the body tolerance and enhances vision
  • Enhances Yoga and Meditation skills and deepen the experience.