This ancient massage is incredibly healing and indulgent. Preformed by a certified therapist, you lay on a specialized massage table. You are bathed in oil and deeply massaged. The oil is cleansing and transformational.
Ayurvedic massage was developed thousands of years ago in India and is still is a common practice today. The idea behind the practice is that everything in the Universe is connected. The seen and unseen, the alive and dead, and the near and far. It is all intertwined. It is believed that the body and soul are connected and need to be healed in a connective way. The primary objective of Ayurvedic massage is to promote wellness rather than cure a specific disease.
Durring an Ayurvedic Massage you will lay on your back in approximately two to three inches of oil. The therapist will massage your body while pouring more warm oil from the Sheridan ( the oil pot hanging in the image).
This massage is designed to promote oneness and create a feeling of peace and understanding. To experience global luxury, contact our Wellness Coordinator to schedule a private session.
Also known as the “Third Eye Massage” is the most widely practice Ayurvedic Massage. Shirodhara is the ancient practice of
pouring oil onto the third eye, located in the forehead. The oil used is purposefully chosen to reflect and support your Dosha. If you do not know your Dosha, we recommend that you take a few minutes and take the Dosha Quiz.
The oil is poured durring a massage and deeply massaged into the scalp and body. The oil acts as a spiritual cleanser while deeply conditioning your skin. The Shirodhara massage is deeply relaxing and enables you to disconnect from the stress in your life. You will leave your session feeling revitalized and ready to take on the world.
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We recommend that you schedule your Shirodhara massage when you are not attending any important functions. Your hair will be fully drenched in oil. You will want time to go home and wash the remaining oil from your hair.
It is also recommended that you do not wear dry clean only clothing to your session. While we will remove access oil from your skin, you will remain slick and we would be saddened if any important clothes were damage from any residual oils.
Karna Purana is an ear treatment in which warmed oil is slowly poured into the ear, followed by massage of the ear. This treatment benefits the central nervous system, reduces worry, reduces tinnitus, liquefies ear wax, promotes toxins and debris to exit the ear, eliminates ear ache, alleviates jet lag, and aligns the bones in the head.
Nasya Therapy is the application of herbal infused oil into the nose and sinuses. It helps to heal the ear, sinuses, migraines, TMJ, memory loss, colds, anxiety, nervousness and insomnia.
Chinese Medicine is the oldest professional, continually practiced literate medicine in the World. This medical system’s written literature stretches back almost 2,500 years. Currently, ¼ of the World’s population makes use of it.
Acupuncture is one of the modalities of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Although what is called Acupuncture in the West comprises several different therapies, such as moxibustion and cupping, it mostly consists of the insertion of fine needles into the body at specific points shown to be effective in the treatment of specific health problems.
These points have been mapped by the Chinese over a period of 2,000 years, and there are more than 1,000 known In the past three decades, electromagnetic research has confirmed the existence and location of these points.
Practitioners of Chinese Medicine diagnose what is out of balance in the person’s body by employing four basic examinations. Using a combination of one’s signs and symptoms, tongue diagnosis, and pulse diagnosis, the practitioner can determine the pattern of disharmony which requires rebalancing. Chinese Medicine is an excellent and effective choice at the beginning of a disease or for diseases which modern Western medicine either does not understand or for which it has no effective treatment. Chinese Medicine can also speed up the healing process when used in conjunction with modern Western medicine.
Cupping is the oldest and most globally practiced medical treatment in human history. Most cultures can produce historical evidence that some variation of Cupping was used regularly in their medical histories. Suction therapy was used by various indigenous tribes in Africa, Asia, Pacific Islands and the Americas. We also know from stone carvings and drawings that the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Chinese, Nordics, Celts, Ottoman Turks, Persians, Brazilians, Mayans, Aztecs, Russian, Slavs, Italians and healer throughout the Islamic Nations all used multiple methods of Cupping.
Yin and Yang Cupping
This treatment relaxes tight muscles with 15 minutes of Massage Cupping on the back, neck and shoulders, and finishes with Magnetic Reflexology on the feet.