All the ayurvedic treatments are done under the guidance of experienced physicians and well-trained therapists. Massage is an integral part of the Ayurvedic healing that will lead to physical harmony and spiritual balance. The main categories of treatments include Prishta Abyangam(back massage), Pichu and Ardha Abhyangam. Abhyangam is done by applying oil on head and body that is followed by gentle body massage which will be done in several positions like, sitting, lying and on the back, side etc. These Ayurvedic massages are a combination of synchronized comfort and long strokes which will help you in regaining balance and harmony in your body. The pressure, duration and the type of oil are carefully chosen based on the Prakriti and Vikriti of the person. These treatments would promote the healing of your body and removes tiredness, increases immunity and improves sleep. Pichu is a soothing treatment for ailments of head and spine which makes the joints and muscles more flexible.
A good back massage can help relieve lower back pain. An upper back massage helps relieve the tension in that area and reduce the pain from migraine. One of the most common and beneficial part of the body for massage is the back, since the nerves run through the spine.
During the treatment, a long thick layer of cotton wool soaked with warm medicated oil is applied over the affected area, effective treatment for diseases of the carnival nerve arising from Vata disorder. This therapy is very effective for degenerative and tender spinal tribulations.
Massage is focused way to get treatment done especially when it come to pain relief. Upper body massage is including shoulder, back and neck where as lower body massage includes thighs, leg and foot. This massage action helps propel the accumulated lymphatic fluid back into circulation to areas in the body where the healthy elements of the lymphatic system can process them.