Ayurveda

 

The term Ayurveda means the knowledge of life (AYUR - life, VEDA -knowledge). It is the traditional medicine of India.

 

In this ancient treasure of knowledge, health is defined as perfect balance between body, mind, spirit and environment. It tells us which substance, qualities and action are life enhancing and which are not.  Ayurveda uses a holistic approach for preserving and restoring health.  It is based upon the idea that an individual is an integral whole which cannot be separated from their social, cultural and spiritual environment or their link with the cosmos. It also has an intact system of daily health care practices - diet, exercises, meditation, herbology and rejuvenation therapy.  Massage is included in the rejuvenation therapy.

 

Shirodhara

Shirodhara is a sacred contribution of 'Ayurveda' A rhythmical warm oil  will remove stagnant energy and create deep relaxation in your body and mind. Shirodhara helps you to drift into a blissful state of relaxation. A stream of warm oil is poured over your forehead to reduce tension and induce a feeling of clarity and openness. It awakens your body to natural feelings of balance and harmony.

Shirodhara Workshop

3 hours

Cost: HK$1,800

Ayurvedic Full Body Massage

Massage treats the whole body physically, mentally and emotionally. Touch is the sense of the skin. Massage makes the skin soft and shining. Its rhythmic motion helps the relief of joints and muscle stiffness and makes all body movements free and rhythmic. The circulation of the blood increases, which encourages quicker removal of metabolic wastes. With massage, we can treat diseases like headache, migraine, respiratory illness including asthma and bronchitis, insomnia, anxiety, tension, depression, fatigue, weakness, circulatory, backaches, sciatica, sprains and injuries.

 

In Ayurveda, oiling of the body is very important. The uses of massage given in Ayurvedic text is given below.

 

" Abhyangam aachareth nithyam sa jarasrama vata Drishti prasaba pushtiaayu swapna sv thwak Darayakrith siraba sravana padeshv tham visheshana sheelayel "

 

Which means the following:  

"Those who take oil massages regularly will have a good skin, will be active and also have less Bata. They will get good eyesight, good health, good firm body, long life, good sleep, good skin and also good mental strength. The massage should also be done specially on head, ear lobes, inside the palm feet."

 

Auyurvedic Full Body Massage Certificate Course

12 hours

Cost: HK$3,500

 

 

Ayurvedic Spa Management and Development Course - 3 Day Training Programme for Spa Executives by special arrrangement.

 

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