Ayurveda is the knowledge of life,
a mindful way of living based on understanding

Ayurveda means discipline and the awareness of living.

It is the Indian holistic philosophy that considers each person a whole via their three basic principles of energy called Tridosha (Kapha, Pitta, and Vata).

These principles are founded on five elements that constitute the entire existing universe (and therefore humankind too) and they are:

Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether.

The physical and mental health of a person therefore depends on the harmonious relationship of the Tridosha, and the knowledge/practice of Ayurveda is a positive guide for living a healthy and contented life.

Ayurvedic Massages and Treatments – Massages Therapy – Rehabilitation


A total or partial, medicated oils (Tailam) body massage that utilizes various techniques and manual skills. It is indicated for cleansing, deep relaxation, alleviation of muscle tension and physical stiffness, but also for slowing down the aging process and tissue degeneration. It is carried out on the ground or on a bed.

Ayurvedic massage for expectant mothers

Suitable for relieving muscle tension and stimulating blood circulation and the lymphatic system. It helps lighten the mind and the body.


Activates the vertebral column and articulation. It helps create strong, flexible joints and preserve healthy cartilage. It also removes toxins and improves problems related to trauma, rheumatism, the respiratory system, blood circulation and psychosomatic disorders.

Shiro Dhara

Is a constant stream of hot oil poured onto the forehead for a period of 30 minutes to 1 hour. It is useful for curing problems related to the eyes, sinusitis, rhinitis, allergies, memory, insomnia, vertigo, concentration, and mental instability.


Is a bath of hot oil poured continuously over the whole body using oil-soaked cotton pads. It is indicated for rheumatism and osteoarthritis, muscle pain, insomnia, depression and nervous disturbances.

Pinda Sweda

A bolus of hot rice or herbs is vigorously rubbed and patted over the entire body. It is good for decontracting accumulated muscle tension, removing joint stiffness, swelling and liquid retention.

Udvartana (2 types)

1) body massage with pulverized herbs and oil (Sneha Udvartana) indicated to exfoliate and rejuvenate the skin preventing any problems
2) body massage only with dry herbs indicated to reduce cellulite and subcutaneous fat, not suitable for sensitive skin.


Retention of medicated oil, through the use of pastes intended to retain the tailam in the specific part of the body: back (Griva/Kati/Prishta), chest (Hridaya), eyes, (Netra), abdomen (Nabhi), knees (Janu ). Specific benefits for different parts of the body.

Relaxation massage

This is perfect for relaxing the body and reducing mental tiredness and stress.

Decontracting massage

Myofascial massage is ideal for releasing muscular tension. It oxygenates the tissue and activates the lymph system.

Mio-fascial massage

massotherapy technique that acts in depth on the connective tissue which penetrates and surrounds the muscles, bones, nerves and blood vessels, allows their mutual sliding and is organized in the body in Bands. Following multiple factors (trauma, posture, etc. ..) Bands can change their plasticity becoming more ‘dense and wrinkled, interfering with the physical capacity, functional and coordination of the individual. The massage exerts a deep stimulation in the bands of connective tissue, and is practiced with hands, forearms and elbows and is able to rebalance the fascial imbalances, improve posture and resolve muscle-joint pains.


For diseases related to the musculoskeletal system or problems related to breathing – on medical prescription.

Shiro pichu

Medicated oil compress on the forehead. Promotes mental calmness and clarity.


Medicated herbal poultices on specific parts of the body.