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Ayurvedic massage

Let’s go back to antiquity when there were no antibiotics, but there were special treatment techniques, instead of pills and injections, the sensitive fingers of a masseur.
The word “massage” comes from the Arabic language and means “gentle pressure.” Medical technology was first described in China 25 centuries ago. With the help of massage he eliminated the sprain and the great Hippocrates. All world medical systems developed their versions, especially the Indian medical science of Ayurveda became famous.

In contrast to the analytical approach of Western medicine to humans using artificial medicines, Ayurveda takes a holistic approach to life and health. Health is a complete balance. Ayurveda focuses more on “health” than on “disease” and always helps to restore and strengthen human health as a means to eliminate the disease.
Recognize the power of ancient science and modern scientists. Massage increases the level of serotonin (the hormone of happiness) and inhibits the production of cortisol (the hormone of stress).
Since 1985, Ayurveda has been recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the most effective alternative to medicine.

The main mechanisms of action of Ayurvedic massage.

The knowledge of massage points on the human body to perform professional massage is not enough, a special effect is achieved when using special oils, its temperature and manual, energy, emotional effects.
Massage oil should contain not only a pleasant aroma, but also extracts from medicinal herbs collected in an ecologically clean place.
There are more than 26 types of medicinal oils, each of which contains from 7 to 30 plant components.
The essential components of vegetable oils reflexively affect the peripheral nerve endings of the skin and nose (the smell of oils when breathing), capillaries and biologically active points. In addition, medicinal substances of oils by rubbing and lotions penetrate directly into the blood, bypassing the liver, i.e. do not have a toxic effect on it. Many of the constituent oils are strong sorbents and have a pronounced detoxification effect, removing toxins and toxins.

The use of warm or cool oil allows you to more finely adjust the effect. The uniform distribution of oil over the entire surface of the skin changes all the processes of metabolism and heat transfer, enhancing or slowing them down.
Ayurvedic medicinal herbal oils have amazing healing properties. Known in Sanskrit as “Sidha Taylam” – act directly on the skin, blood, muscles, connective tissue, lungs and intestines. They accelerate the metabolism in these tissues, maintain and restore their health. Recipes of time-tested Ayurvedic oils cleanse and enrich the blood, soften and nourish the skin, strengthen muscles and connective tissues, increase the energy of the lungs and intestines, lubricate the joints, giving them flexibility, mobility, dissolve and remove salt deposits, relieve pain.
It is believed that massage therapists regulate the movement of energies in the patient’s body, are the conductors of energy. All massage therapists in Ayurveda take 1-2 hours a day for yoga. Do not drink alcohol and nicotine. As a rule, vegetarians.
Melodious mantra music sounds throughout the procedure, complementing and enhancing the effect of massage on the patient.

Let’s go back to antiquity when there were no antibiotics, but there were special treatment techniques, instead of pills and injections, the sensitive fingers of a masseur.
The word “massage” comes from the Arabic language and means “gentle pressure.” Medical technology was first described in China 25 centuries ago. With the help of massage he eliminated the sprain and the great Hippocrates. All world medical systems developed their versions, especially the Indian medical science of Ayurveda became famous.

In contrast to the analytical approach of Western medicine to humans using artificial medicines, Ayurveda takes a holistic approach to life and health. Health is a complete balance. Ayurveda focuses more on “health” than on “disease” and always helps to restore and strengthen human health as a means to eliminate the disease.
Recognize the power of ancient science and modern scientists. Massage increases the level of serotonin (the hormone of happiness) and inhibits the production of cortisol (the hormone of stress).
Since 1985, Ayurveda has been recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the most effective alternative to medicine.

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