Release, Heal & Relax Ayurvedic Swedana

Steam therapy has been used since ancient times as a traditional healing system all over the world. Finnish saunas, Turkish baths and Japanese steam rooms are some of the traditional types of steam baths.

Swedana is an ancient Ayurvedic treatment which usually follows the Abhyanga treatment.

In Ayurvedic medicine, the term Swedana refers to the treatment which involves sweating.

This treatment is used to relieve the excess doshas or toxin from the body.

This helps the person to establish a state of balance and also promote general health and well being.


This ancient steam bath therapy drains the toxins from deep tissues.

When the body sweats, the toxins thus present in the body move out through the skin.





Foot and hand reflexology with relevant oils


The technique helps person get relaxed and releases the toxins accumulated in his body.


One hundred seven Marma points are used during massage and bio-current flowing through the body is corrected. It is the most pleasurable and relaxing massage technique in the Ayurvedic therapies.

Marmas are the most vulnerable areas and sensitive points in the human body and wrong pressure or mistakes in manipulation can lead to harmful effects on a person’s health, so expert Marma therapists should only use and practice this therapy.


Marma therapy has an important role in massage techniques and Ayurvedic reflexology.




Clean the sinus & nasal passage with herbal oil, steam & head massage


An effective Ayurvedic remedy for nasal cleansing is Nasya.


Nasya is one of the five purification methods in Panchakarma therapy and is also commonly done as an Ayurvedic treatment on its own.

This Ayurvedic treatment is beneficial for all doshas, particularly vata and kapha.


Nasya is used for maintenance of health as well as prevention and treatment of ailments of the head and neck. Whether it’s a full Nasya treatment or a daily dose of oil, there are many benefits to regular Nasya therapy.

Nasya helps to clear and lubricate the sinus passage, relieving acute and chronic sinus problems such as allergies, mucous congestion, dryness, and snoring. Nasya also helps to relieve headaches, migraines, stiff neck, fatigue, insomnia, and stress-related problems. It reduces anxiety, clears and strengthens the mind, and stimulates the nervous system.

Nasya is praised in yoga because of its effects on concentration and meditation, as well as its lubricating action which soothes the drying of the nasal passages from regular breathing practices (Pranayama).

Nasya is extremely effective due to its rapid absorption into the mucous membranes of the sinus passage. The active herbal ingredients are absorbed more efficiently through the nasal passage than when taken orally.


Optimise your hair’s strength, abundance, lustre, and shine

Ayurvedic hair care employs both products and treatment strategies that are 100% natural.

Furthermore, the Ayurvedic tradition is intrinsically holistic. So whether you choose a topical treatment for the hair itself, a more systemic approach, or a combination of the two, Ayurveda aims to address the root cause of the problem—which often originates well beneath the surface.


Our bodies are vastly intelligent and its systems exquisitely interdependent, so our hair can also be affected by imbalances outside of the digestive tract, unique personal and hereditary vulnerabilities, as well as our stress levels and the overall quality of our lives.

Despite being over 5,000 years old, Ayurveda offers quite an impressive number of treatment strategies for optimising hair health, all of which remain relevant today.

What follows is an introduction to Ayurvedic hair care—from theory to practice. Our intention is to support you in expanding your understanding of the Ayurvedic approach, and to give you the practical tools to optimise your hair’s strength, abundance, lustre, and shine.



Ayurvedic Deep tissue massage to improve stiffness

This treatment is a strong deep tissue massage from the North Indian Wrestling/Warrior culture. 

The massage is done using the best organic oils.


Deep tissue massage offers both physical and psychological benefits.
Unlike other massage techniques that focus on relaxation, deep tissue massage helps to treat muscle pain and improve stiffness. But it can still help to you unwind mentally, too.


Deep tissue massage targets the inner layers of your muscles.
It’s used to treat muscle and tendon ​ injuries, pain, and stiffness in your major muscle groups and joints.



"Yoga cannot modify the past, but it can determine the future."

Bhakti Yoga (the yogic practice of devotion and chanting), Raja Yoga (the practice of mediation/mental and physical control) and Shakti Yoga, (for the expression of power and energy).

A well-taught Kundalini Yoga class leaves you feeling like you’ve gone to therapy, had an awesome workout in the gym, made it to your yoga mat and enjoyed a fun singing session with friends.

The purpose of Kundalini Yoga is to provide a modality by which people can achieve their maximum creative potential, free themselves from Karma (the lasting effects of past actions) and realise their Life Purpose.

Experiencing a Kundalini Awakening is like being given the secret code to always winning a blue ribbon, along with a get-out-of-jail-free card, at which point you gleefully fire your Life Coach because now you know more than he does.




Infrared light is safe, natural, non-invasive, and painless providing immense health benefits, from pain relief to reducing inflammation

Unlike ultraviolet light - which has damaging effects upon the tissues and cells of the body - infrared light helps cells regenerate and repair themselves. 
This therapy improves the circulation of oxygen-rich blood in the body, promoting faster healing of deep tissues and relieving pain.




Hirudotherapy is a treatment using medicinal leeches.

 Hirudo medicinali, have been used to treat patients for centuries.
In the past, leeches have proved to be an effective treatment for a number of conditions including battle wound treatment.
Currently leeches may be used to assist in the treatment of abcesses, arthritis, glucoma, myasthenia gravisthrombosis and some venous disorders.
Medical leeches may also be used in some blood circulatory problems.
During feeding, leeches secrete a complex mixture of different biologically and pharmacologically active substances into the wound. 

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