The word ‘Abhyanga’ is derived from two words,” Abhi” means towards and “Anga” in one of its meanings refers to ‘movement’.
Sarvanga Abhyanga is a synchronized massaging of the whole body towards the direction of the bodily hairs (the direction of the movement of arterial blood).
Abhyanga is an ancient Indian Ayurvedic massage used for healing and detoxifying the body, mind, and spirit.
It is an excellent therapy for both the healthy and the sick, for the healthy, it maintains good health and improves blood circulation. It is very beneficial in diseases of Vata. It is generally done on an empty stomach.
- Pacifies the doshas
- Balances the metabolism and digestive fire
- Reduces stiffness of muscles
- Increases blood circulation
- Relives pain
- Induces sleep
- Helps to relax body and mind
- Nourishes and heals dry skin, itchy skin, and other skin conditions.
- Reduces stress
- Lubrication of joints
- Prevents wrinkles
- Improves blood circulation
- Reduces fatigue
- Builds stamina
- Healthy skin
- Promotes longevity
- Nourishes the body
40 TO 45 MIN
The treatment duration depends on the severity of the condition
Treatment Course Duration
Single day, 7 days, 14 days, 21 days
The treatment course duration depends on the severity of the condition.
- Chronic pains
- Body ache
- Back pain
- Sports injuries
- Frozen Shoulder
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Circulatory problems
- Anxiety and stress
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Sarvanga Abhyanga – Full Body Ayurvedic Massage
- Shiro Abhyanga – Ayurvedic Head Massage.
- Pada Abhyanga – Ayurvedic foot massage.
- Soothika (Post-Natal ) Abhyanga–postnatal Ayurvedic massage
- Shishu (newborn baby ) Abhyanga – Ayurvedic massage for New Born babies.