A heavenly combination of techniques first developed in India comprising oil based deep tissue massage harmonised and intertwined with both gentle and some challenging stretching based on yoga. Properly delivered, by a trained and experienced therapist, Ayurvedic massage is a divine marriage of natural exercise and therapeutic massage.
Originating from India, our Ayurvedic massage combines techniques from deep tissue massage with stretching exercises based on traditional Indian yoga rituals. Therefore, as well as receiving a traditional oil-based deep tissue massage your therapist will help you gently stretch into yoga positions which will help improve your suppleness.
This treatment is best performed on the floor or a firm mattress, thus allowing your therapist to stretch you fully and giving you good support.
Some therapists may use Ayurvedic oils and powders for healing properties and to enable your therapist to work properly on your body.
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We believe massage is beneficial for young and old. However, you should always consider your personal health status prior to receiving any massage treatment. In particular, Ayurvedic massage can involve quite intensive stretching. As always, you should maintain an honest and open
This deep tissue style can release both physical and emotional blocks, reduce toxins in your body, assist in a better posture and leave you feeling a deep sense of well-being.
When enjoyed regularly, over a period of time, it can significantly contribute to the overall improvement of your health and fitness level.
Benefits of our Ayurvedic massage can include:
We think having an Ayurvedic mobile massage is a wonderful treat as you can set up your room in the most appropriate manner for your bespoke treatment. Please note that our mobile therapists focus more on the stretching and breathing elements of Ayurvedic treatments rather than the 'snehadhara' element which is the constant stream of oil ... simply because you probably don't want to have a room full of oil at the end of your treatment.