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Ayurveda is considered by many scholars to be the oldest healing science. In Sanskrit, Ayurveda means “The Science of Life.” Ayurvedic knowledge originated in India more than 5,000 years ago and is often called the “Mother of All Healing.” It stems from the ancient Vedic culture and was taught for many thousands of years in an oral tradition from accomplished masters to their disciples. Some of this knowledge was set to print a few thousand years ago, but much of it is inaccessible. The principles of many of the natural healing systems now familiar in the West have their roots in Ayurveda, including Homeopathy and Polarity Therapy.

Lara Jane, fully qualified Ayurvedic Practitioner, is available for consultations and offers the Ayurvedic treatments in Yoga Life Space therapy room.
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Ayurvedic Consultations

Consultation with our Ayurvedic Practitioner is for those who suffer from a chronic illness or health concern, and also anyone who is keen to learn how Ayurveda can help them to achieve and maintain total wellbeing through doshic balance.
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Ayurvedic Bliss Facial

Warm oil face massage using herbal poultices, steam treatment and herbal mask containing special ayurvedic herbs such as sandalwood and manjistha. Calming, healing, uplifting and rejuvenating, giving freshness and renewed glow. Ideal for most skin types, skin assessment will be done prior to treatment.
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Hand & Arm Massage

This luxury Indian hand and arm massage is ideal for soothing tired hands, arms and joints. Marma points (energy points) are massaged during this treatment intensifying the healing process of the body. This therapeutic massage leaves your hands and arms feeling revitalised and supple.
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Kati Basti

Kati Basti is a lower back pain treatment in Ayurveda. It is a soothing and gentle solution for when the pain in your lower back is too tender to benefit from massage.
A reservoir of warm, herb oil is left on the lumbar area to infuse in order to treat many lower back issues including sciatica, painful discs as well as general stress. It penetrates deeper structures beneath the skin to help reduce inflammation. It is recommended for daily practice or as weekly treatment therapy.
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Marma Therapy is an Ayurvedic, holistic body treatment using specific medicated oils. It involves light to moderate pressure on the marmas. Marma Therapy brings inner tranquillity, primarily on the level of consciousness, and then on the body and its organs.
Marmas are vital junction points; energy fields on the body where stress tends to accumulate. They are connected through a complex system of innumerable Nadis, subtle sound channels, and together they govern all bodily functions. The silent, subtle touch, sometimes even attention alone, used during Marma Therapy opens the marmas and automatically clears them to allow energy from deep inside to flow more freely, blockages to be removed and balance to be restored.
The way of touch is the secret behind the effect of this Ayurvedic treatment which creates specific, immediate and extraordinary re-balancing effects and gives the ability to re-normalise the functions of physiology.
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Nabhi Abhyanga

A nurturing massage of the abdominal area and sacral chakra, improves digestion and skin-tone. Can aid weight-loss as part of an Ayurvedic treatment plan.
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Nasya Therapy

Nasya treatment is a therapeutic Ayurvedic procedure of instilling a medicated oil extract into the nose along with steam treatment to cleanse and nourishes the head, sensory organs and brain. Nasya benefits disorders of the head and neck and shoulders particularly sinus congestion, hay fever, rhinitis, headaches/migraines. Regular practice of Nasya not only improves intelligence and memory but also has several anti-aging
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Netra Basti

A soothing eye treatment using specialised herbal ghee as an eye bath to rejuvenate sore, tired or dry eyes.
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Padabhyanga – Foot/Leg Massage

A traditional Ayurvedic massage of the feet/lower leg area to awaken vital energy, aid relaxation and restore balance in the whole body. Good for deep tension.
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Pindasveda – Hot Poultice

A technique performed using hot poultice bags containing therapeutic herbs which are steamed, dipped in oil and worked over the body, concentrating on muscular and joint areas. Good for muscular aches and pains, frozen shoulder and upper back and leg cramp/muscular tension. Soothes the nerves, reduces pain, swelling and stiffness. Reduces stress, aids better sleep, removing signs of stress and fatigue, improves and smooths skin texture.This treatment follows a warm medicated oil massage.
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Pregnancy Massage

Our Pregnancy Massage mobilises the joints and uses gentle massage techniques to offer a safe and relaxing way to ease some of pregnancy’s discomforts. Some of the therapeutic benefits are reduced swelling, improved blood circulation, relief from lower back pain, minimised stretch marks, and emotional support and balance. Please note, however, that our Pregnancy Massage can be performed from the second trimester (12 weeks) up until 36 weeks, and assumes that the pregnancy is low risk.
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PristhAbhyanga – Back Massage

This Ayurvedic massage focuses on the back and shoulders; the areas most common for people to accumulate tension. Using specifically tailored oils, PristhAbhyanga is recommended for anyone suffering from general pain, stress or stiffness in these areas. A course of massages is immensely beneficial for those suffering from chronic back pain.
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ShiroAbhyanga – Indian Head Massage

This Indian Head Massage involves a complete massage of the head and neck. From a therapeutic point of view, this massage balances your central nervous system and promotes mental clarity whilst deeply conditioning your hair follicles and scalp. From a pampering point of view, however, it is a truly wonderful Ayurvedic experience that ensures you’re left feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
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Shirodhara – Oil Flow

Shirodhara is an ancient Ayurvedic therapy. Warm oil (or other liquid) pours in a continuous stream over the forehead or ‘Ajna marma’(chakra) an area where nerves are highly concentrated. The pressure of the oil onto the forehead creates a vibration. The oil saturates the forehead and scalp and penetrates into the nervous system. Shirodhara cleanses the mind and has a soothing effect on the senses enabling us to let go of negative thoughts and emotions. The gentle pressure and soothing warmth of the oil allow the body, mind and nervous system to experience a deep state of rest, similar to meditation. It initiates a soothing effect on brain cells through the peripheral nerves of the forehead going to the brain with calming and soothing energies which help to reduce stress and help with insomnia. The constant flow of liquid tranquilizes and stabilizes the mind so the mind becomes serene and calmed. It is considered a restorative therapy for all psychosomatic disorders.
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Synchronised Abhyanga

Abhyanga is a rejuvenating full body massage in a specialized manner with herbal oils to nourish and revitalize the body tissues and to allow the toxins to be removed from the cells. It is performed by one or two therapists.
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Udwartana – Powder Massage

A therapeutic oil massage is followed by a blend of powdered herbs being vigorously worked into the body to cleanse and exfoliate. Increases skin firmness and tone, nourishes and benefits the lymphatic system, good for weight loss as a part of our Ayurvedic weight loss program.
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