Ayurveda

Ayurvedic massages & Lifestyle advice

Strengthen your general state of balance

Ayurvedic massages, Atreya Abyanga method, respect the Indian tradition while integrating the western vision. Based on the 3 doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha), each massage is adapted to the client’s constitution and his current state or imbalance.

Each sessions include:

  1. An Ayurvedic assessment
  2. An adapted massage in order to restore the balance of the body
  3. Lifestyle advices: diet, physical activity, rhythm of life
The 1rst session will last 1:45 : 35 BD
The sessions after will last 1 hour : 25 BD

  • Relaxation of physical and psychological tensions (Stress)
  • Pain Reduction
  • Eliminates Toxins
  • Strengthens the immune and digestive systems
  • Increased vitality
  • Reactivation of the body’s energy circulation

In no case will massages and health advice replace the advice of a doctor.

Care Treatment provided :

Atreya Abyanga : whole body – It’s a complete treatment of the whole body with ayurvedic oils – It rebalances the 3 doshas (Vata-Pitta-Kapha) et provides a deep soothing (physical and mental).

Dosan Mardana : Back & Neck – In addition to Abyangha, it releases locally the knots and tensions

Snehana/Svedhana : Oil & Heat – A comprehensive care with ayurvedic oil including local heat to release localized tensions

Mardana : Sports Women – fast and deep care adapted to sport women for muscle recovery

Udvartana/Udgarshana : Scrub – A smooth scrub (Udvartana) or more tonic and deep scrub (Udgarshana) done with gram flour and plants to eliminate toxins, reduce excess water in the body and weight balancing.

Neerabhyanga : Lymph – A lymphatic Ayurveda drainage of the legs

Abyangha Maternity : Pregnant Women – Complete care of the body, very smooth, to calm tensions, improve digestion, balance the whole body and prepare for childbirth (after 3 months of pregnancy)

Abyangha Post-Partum – Complete care just right for women after childbirth to help the body to recover.

Baby Massage : For Baby and Parents to learn how to massage their child from birth

Kesa Mardana : Head/Neck/Shoulders – To relax muscular and emotional tension

Pada Mardana : Feet – To release tensions and restore energetic in the body

These different massages can be combined and will always be adapted to your constitution and situation at the time of the appointment