Ayurvedic consultations Most westerners are familiar with visiting a healthcare provider when they feel ill. The provider diagnoses the sickness and determines which pathogens, such as bacteria or virus, caused it. The treatment is then geared toward selecting a technique to battle those pathogens. The same medicines, procedures, and doses are often used for multiple people battling the same illness. An Ayurvedic diagnosis, and subsequent treatments, differ from this Western process in that the diagnosis is made not only on the disease level, but also on the patient level. The consultation helps the Ayurvedic practitioner not only diagnose any disorders, but individualize or tailor treatments for each patient. To make a diagnosis, Ayurvedic practitioners combine disease analysis with deep examination of each individual. So instead of focusing on a treatment or medicine to heal the illness, the Ayurvedic practitioner concentrates on the techniques that will strengthen the healthy elements inherent in every body, which will in turn help the individual to recover. Treatments and medicines are a vital part of this process, but act only to support the body’s self-reparation, rather than cause it. Ayurveda is a preventative science, so you do not have to wait until you get sick to have an ayurvedic consultation, prevention is better than cure. Bhagavatamita will help guide you on your journey towards health and happiness, an adventure where you can turn over a new leaf and attain an amazing sense of well-being and mental harmony.
What can I expect in the consultation? An initial consultation takes between 60 – 90 minutes and will cover all aspects of your life. Be prepared to talk about yourself, including questions about daily diet, profession and working conditions, exercise routines, relationships, and mental health. This thorough intake process helps Bhagavatamrita identify key symptoms and potential causes of imbalance and determine suitable treatment options.
Abhyanga Massage Regular massage relaxes the muscles, nerves, bones and the whole body. It aids the digestive system by maintaining the proper balance and circulation of the body gases. It induces deep sleep, increases appetite and generally makes life more joyful. Abhyanga Massage is arguably the most important treatment in Ayurveda, India’s ancient system of medicine. Abhyanga is cleansing, relaxing, balancing and restorative Ayurvedic massage treatment with herb-infused medicated oils. It is a rhythmic massage that requires uniform pressure applied all over the body from head-to-toe which induces a wonderful sense of well-being and rejuvenation. It allows trans-dermal absorption of nutrients from the oils and herbs. Abhyanga supports the largest organ of the body to effectively eliminate toxins and nourish the tissues. This treatment can be adapted to treat a wide range of disorders and when performed regularly will arrest the signs of ageing and keep the body detoxified.
Summary of Benefits:
- Eliminates body impurities and helps reduce weight
- Calms nerves and promotes deeper and better sleep
- Softens and smoothens skin, reduces effects of ageing
- Improves blood circulation and stimulates organs
Marma Massage is a deeply relaxing and powerful treatment which focuses on 107 vital energy points on the body. These points are significant both on a physical and energetic level. When these marma points become blocked, vital life-force energy – or prana – cannot flow and we start to feel exhausted, out of balance and will eventually become unwell. Conversely when the marma points are massaged and stimulated correctly the entire body and all its organs are flooded with energy. We become deeply nourished on a cellular and energetic level. We again feel calm and clear – emotionally and physically. Marma massage increases immunity, improves flexibility and strength, reduces toxicity, improves digestion and circulation and promotes a positive mental and emotional state, it is also famous throughout the east for slowing down the ageing process.
Summary of Benefits:
- Improves digestion and absorption
- Improves flexibility and strength
- Your body’s immunity, digestive, neural, respiratory and psychological systems improve
- Unblocks prana and increases energy levels
Pinda Swedam is a combination of massage and sweating therapy, The Sanskrit word ‘Pinda’ means bolus, and ‘Sweda’ means inducing sweating. A rejuvenating Pinda Sweda treatment is the perfect remedy for sluggish energy and a stiff achy body. Rice is processed in herbal decoctions and wrapped up to form boluses. Using these poultices of warm rice and herbs, Bhagavatamrita delivers a soothing, rhythmic massage that is deeply nourishing to the skin, muscles, bones and joints. As the body and its aching joints and muscles are massaged vigorously with these warm herbal bags, toxins are drained, giving relief to pain and tension in the affected areas. The result is increased energy, circulation and mobility, along with a wonderful sense of lightness and calm. This treatment is usually recommended for the aching joints and muscles commonly associated with arthritic conditions, back pain and muscle stiffness. It also soothes nerves, improves skin texture, boosts the immune system and releases stress.
Summary of benefits:
- Improves the movements of the joints
- Eliminates body toxins through sweating
- Relieves pain, stiffness and swelling
- Gives a sense of lightness and calm
Shirodhara The word Shirodhara comes from the combination of two Sanskrit words, ‘Shiro’ is head and ‘Dhara’ is Flow. Shirodhara is considered as one of the most celestial therapies of Ayurveda. Practiced in India for more than 5000 years, this ayurvedic detox therapy is extremely relaxing and rejuvenating, releasing stress and anxiety. It can also help your brain release negative energy while providing you a serene space to peel away all the tensions of life. Gentle and soothing massage with medicated warm oils boosts the functionality of the central nervous system. To receive shirodhara, you lie down upon a massage table with your eyes covered. Next, specially prepared warm herbal oil is poured in a thin steady stream directly onto the forehead and sixth chakra for around 40 minutes, followed by a gentle head massage.
Shirodhara helps overcome insecurities, worries, fears, irritation, frustration and depression. It helps in the treatment sleep insomnia, memory loss, lack of concentration, severe headaches and hypertension. It is also considered as a very effective therapy for premature hair loss and greying. It is also amazingly beneficial for people who suffer from jet lag or insomnia due to frequent flying, it helps reset the daily routine of waking and sleeping due to continuous traveling and relaxes your exhausted body and decreases fatigue. It is said that Shirodhara provides the peace which one gets from continued meditation practices.
Summary of benefits:
- Lowers blood pressure
- Deeply soothes the nervous system and can help ease the symptoms of PTSD
- Relieves tension, worry, fear, depression and headaches
- Increases immunity
|Abhyanga Massage||70 min||€80.00|
|Abhyanga Marma Massage||90 min||€90.00|
|Abhyanga Marma Massage + Pinda Sweda||120 min||€120.00|