In this rapidly changing response and management to COVID-19, our practitioners and consultants are still able to continue working from our Southport Centre and Gold Coast Retreat, offering services in our disciplines.
An Ayurvedically prepared, herbal-oil application (abhyanga):
This treatment enhances the ability of nutrients to reach starved cells and also removes stagnant waste. The desired result is a heightened state of awareness that will direct the internal healing system of the body.
Ayurvedic massage is unique and has a point of difference from any other style of massage. Have you ever wondered whether you’ve been given the right type of oil to suit your body type? Ayurveda tailors each and every treatment to suit you, your treatment is enhanced by using easy to follow techniques according to the ancient principles and philosophy of Ayurveda.
Mukhaabhyanga or facial massage helps preserve your youthful appearance and vitality. Our facials are tailored to your Ayurvedic skin type.
Read more about our ayurvedic facials and price list.
An ayurvedic body massage:
We offer five different body massages. Book a massage.
Indian Foot massage, known as Padabhyanga, is highly praised in Ayurveda. It helps with pain in the joints, accumulated water in the legs, poor circulation, and energy flow.
Because of the extreme effectiveness of this treatment, it is recommended for athletes or anyone standing on their feet all day.
Padabhyanga starts with a foot soak, foot exfoliation, half leg and foot massage, marma point therapy, bubbling foot spa, and finishes with a
conditioning foot lotion.
Padabhyanga:Duration: 60 mins
This beautiful makeover for the hands includes exfoliation, massage, nail care and complementary polish.
We offer a number of specialty ayurvedic treatments:-
We offer a number of ayurvedic body treatments with massage, body scrubs and more.
Full body massage with specific oils carefully selected for your Ayurvedic body-type. It improves physical consistency, helps to liquefy toxins whilst normalising the blood pressure and eliminating impurities. This massage is extremely relaxing by being very thorough in releasing stress-related tension in the muscles of the body.
Kati basti is a treatment in which warm medicated oil is poured in a personalised receptacle placed over the lower back. It relieves muscular spasms and pain, and lower spine rigidity. It also improves circulation to the pelvis and lower limbs. Kati basti regulates Vata dosha and strengthens and nourishes the nerves.
Shirodhara is a procedure where a small stream of specially prepared oil or liquid is poured onto the forehead. Shirodhara helps strengthen the head and brain; nourish the sense organs; reduce anxiety – pacify vata; improve skin and provide lustre to the face.
Traditional Thai yoga massage stretching uses no oil or lotions. The recipient remains clothed during their treatment. There is constant body contact between the giver and receiver, but rather than rubbing on the muscles, the body is compressed, pulled, stretched, rocked, kneaded with the feet, hands, elbows, and the therapist may even walk on your back. Thai yoga massage stems from an ancient healing system combining Indian Ayurvedic principles of marma, assisted yoga postures, and acupressure. The founding father of this massage was an Ayurvedic doctor named Jivaka Kumar Bhacca, who was is still revered as the “father of medicine“. Born in India during the time of the Buddha, he is noted in ancient documents for his extraordinary skills, his knowledge of herbal medicine and for having treated important people of his day, and as legend has it, including the Buddha himself. Take care of the body. it is the only place you have to live.
Marma massage is a traditional Ayurvedic massage for stimulating vital points. This is a traditional ayurvedic treatment using ayurvedic oils, applying appropriate pressure to specific vital points/parts of the body. Marma abhyanga not only relieves back pain, stiffness and sports injuries but also stimulates various bodily organs and systems.
A lavish hydrating treatment, using herbalised oil to de-stress, relax, calm the nerves and deeply nourish and strengthen the hair from the roots to tips.
Relieves stress-related tension in the neck and shoulder area. This massage is done in the seated position starting from behind the shoulder blades, up the trapezius muscle to the base of the neck, behind the scalp, ears and the entire head. Includes the arms and hands. Extremely relaxing and a must-have treatment for anyone experiencing aches and pain in the upper back, shoulder and neck region.
To enhance any treatment therapy or address any skin concern see our Ayurvedic practitioner.
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