During the initial consultation you can expect to know more about your doshas and vikriti. This may include diet, herbs, marma points massage, panchakarma treatments, yoga and meditation. Initial consultation $140, follow-up $75/session.
After analyzing your current health and emotional background the Ayurvedic practitioner will draw a road map for your recovery to good health using a combination approach best suited to your needs. Initial consultation $140, follow-up $ 75/session.
We offer recommendations for common issues with kids including but not limited to cold, cough, allergies, lack of appetite, digestive issues and attention disorders. Initial consultation $100, follow-up $75/session.
To achieve optimal wellness, we follow the 3 steps of detoxifying, healing and rejuvenating. The duration of the plan may range for a period of 3 months to a year depending on the disease state.
Note: Please arrive 10 minutes before your appointment. Cancellations require a 24 hour notice.
Panchakarma is recommended to bring back the doshas in balance and jump start the healing process. Depending on the severity of the imbalance and the duration of the vikruti (disease state) it may be a 7, 14, 21 or a 28 day cleanse. This process flushes out the toxins from your body from all seven Dhatus (tissues) i.e plasma, blood, muscle tissue, fat tissue, bone, nerves and reproductive tissues. Sessions last between 1 - 2 hours daily. First, we start with Abhyanga, a warm oil whole body massage with Marma energy point activation, followed by Swedana- herbal steam therapy. Depending on your specific condition, we will add additional therapies. During the cleanse you will take a light diet and follow certain instructions to get best results.
Abhyanga = oil massage
Swedana = herbal steam bath
Marma = energy point activation
This is a warm oil, full body massage with marma followed by steam therapy. The process stimulates and releases the toxins from the cells to the sub cutaneous tissue. The warm oil penetrates the pores of the skin and reaches the sub cutaneous adipose tissues, again loosening the impurities and toxins. 60 mins /$140 + tax
Nasal therapy is said to stimulate the base of the brain through its effect on the olfactory nerve endings, bringing greater clarity and balance to the mind, brain and senses. It is often prescribed for conditions of the neck including migraine, sinusitis and allergic rhinitis.
A warm medicated oil or herb infused buttermilk or milk depending on the doshic imbalance of the person is prepared and poured continuously over the third eye (forehead) to soothe the mind and body. This treatment is used to treat nervous disorders like stress, anxiety, depression and insomnia.
Kizhi is a therapeutic technique in which warm poultices filled with herbal powders or medical concoctions are applied and massaged over the body. in specific areas areas like the back, neck, shoulders, hands and joints.
Pichu is the application of warm medicated oil patches over the affected area. Pichu, is considered an effective therapy for diseases of the cranial nerves and is very effective for degenerative and painful spinal problems.
This therapy involves retention of warm medicated oil held within a bund made of herbal paste over the lower back (Kati Vasti) or chest (Urovasti) for a certain period.
Netra Tarpana (netra – eyes, tarpana – nourishment) is a treatment for strengthening, relaxing and purifying the eyes. Netra Tarpana also strengthens the muscles around the eyes and improves clarity and circulation.
Marma therapy is the practice of manipulating certain vital points on the body considered to be access points to body, mind, and consciousness. This supports the correct flow of subtle energy (prana) in the body and leads to the healing process. Varmakalai is a Tamil term for this knowledge of vital points and is practiced in the South of India.
These pressure points are manipulated to heal various conditions and the practitioner decides the duration and number of sessions required.
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