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Abhyanga- Ayurvedic Oil Massage

Ayurveda Massage in Sydney at Ayurveda Bliss Holistic Centre at Ayurveda Waitara in heart of Ayurveda Hornsby

Abhyanga is a traditional Ayurvedic massage therapy that involves the application of warm oil to the entire body. It is considered one of the most important daily practices for promoting health and longevity in Ayurveda.

1. Benefits of Abhyanga:

  • Nourishes the Skin: Abhyanga helps moisturise and lubricate the skin, promoting a healthy glow and preventing dryness.
  • Promotes Relaxation: The rhythmic massage strokes and warm oil soothe the nervous system, promoting relaxation and reducing stress.
  • Improves Circulation: The massage strokes stimulate blood flow, improving circulation and enhancing the delivery of nutrients and oxygen to tissues.
  • Detoxification: Abhyanga aids in the elimination of toxins from the body through the skin, helping to cleanse and purify the system.
  • Balances Doshas: The choice of oil and massage techniques can be tailored to balance specific doshas and address individual imbalances.
  • Supports Joint Health: Abhyanga helps lubricate the joints, reducing stiffness and promoting flexibility.

2. Procedure:

  • Selection of Oil: The choice of oil depends on individual constitution (dosha), season, and specific health concerns.
  • Warm the Oil: The oil is gently warmed to a comfortable temperature before application.
  • Massage Technique: Using long, rhythmic strokes, the oil is applied generously to the entire body. Circular motions are used on the joints, and gentle pressure is applied to areas of tension.
  • Duration: Abhyanga is typically performed for customised, allowing the oil to penetrate the skin and nourish the tissues.
  • Rest: After the massage, it is recommended to rest for a few minutes to allow the oil to absorb into the skin before showering or bathing.

3. Frequency:

  • Abhyanga can be performed daily as part of a self-care routine, or it may be done on a regular basis as part of Ayurvedic therapy.
  • The frequency and duration of Abhyanga may vary based on individual needs, dosha imbalances, and seasonal changes.

4. Precautions:

  • Individuals with certain health conditions, such as fever, acute illness, or skin infections, should avoid Abhyanga until they have recovered.
  • It is advisable to perform Abhyanga under the guidance of an experienced Ayurvedic practitioner, especially if you are new to the practice or have specific health concerns.

Abhyanga is a deeply nourishing and rejuvenating practice that supports overall health and well-being in Ayurveda. Incorporating this ancient massage therapy into your daily routine can have profound benefits for the body, mind, and spirit.

If you need for revitalise your body, tired from fatigue – Ayurveda Bliss Sydney is the best place for Ayurvedic massage.

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Starting from just $60, our pricing varies based on the duration of services. We are here to answer any questions you may have and provide a detailed quote tailored to your needs. We look forward to hearing from you!

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  • 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM (Monday -Sunday) with appointments