The Ayurvedic massage technique originated in India and has spread throughout the world due to its healing and relaxing properties. Ayurvedic massage is especially popular in big cities, where people are constantly tired and stressed. (In Sanskrit "Ayur" means Life, and "Veda" means Science).
During the massage, the master stimulates vital points, having a beneficial effect on the doshas of a person. Doshas are different aspects of energy in the human body. In Ayurveda, it is believed that the well-being and health of a person depends on the balance of doshas.
During an Ayurvedic massage session, the patient is in a comfortable position, depending on the purpose of the massage. For massage, massage oil is used, which, as a rule, is selected individually. The composition of the oil may include various herbs that will have a beneficial effect on the entire body as a whole.
Ayurvedic massage helps to reduce muscle and joint pain, stimulates blood circulation and energy, relieves tension and helps restore vitality. In addition, this massage method is extremely beneficial for the immune system and helps to remove toxins from the body.