The initial consultation covers medical history, current lifestyle and diet habits, and uses traditional Ayurvedic methods of assessment of Prakruti (constitution) and Vikruti (current situation) including face, tongue, and pulse assessments. You are then given an individual health-plan, which may include: dietary recommendations, lifestyle changes, Yoga and Pranayama practices, herbal remedies, bodywork -such as Abhyanga massage, Marma Point therapy (Ayurvedic Acupressure), Shirodhara, and Rasayan
Massage therapy can be used for a range of illnesses, disharmonies, as well as muscle tension, stress, insomnia, and relaxation. Our highly trained staff will lead you through a thorough assesment, making it possible to treat you with individual care, and set you up for a balanced life.
Skin concerns including acne, dullness, loss of tone, hormonal issues, pigmentation, fine lines, wrinkles, and facial tension can be addressed through individualized treatments such as: Gua Sha, Facial Reflexology, Dien Chan, auriculotherapy (ear seeds), massage, Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine modalities, lymphatic drainage, and natural skin care products. These treatments are designed with care to address each individuals’ specific needs.
Shirodhara means continuous flow to the head. It is an Ayurvedic treatment where warm oil is poured continuously in a gentle stream over the third eye, soothing the receiver into a deep state of meditative bliss. The warm oil balances high vata in the mind (excess air/ether), while nourishing and opening the third eye and crown to higher states of awareness. The nervous system soaks up the luxurious oils grounding properties, providing a rejuvenation to all the nerves.
Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.
Gua sha is a technique used in traditional East Asian medicine. It is often used to treat muscle pain and tension
Moxibustion (Chinese: 灸; pinyin: jiǔ) or “moxa” can be used to prevent diseases and maintain health as part of tonification treatments to help strengthen the organs and immune system. It warms the meridians and expels cold. It can be used to promote circulation over areas of chronic pain or muscle tension. It is especially used for pain that is worse with exposure to cold or damp weather, as with some types of arthritis pain. When applied to acupuncture points that strengthen and lift the qi, moxibustion can boost the immune system and help with fatigue, digestive issues, and much more.
Your body contains 108 marma points, or junctions of consciousness and matter. Tapping into this energy through marma massage can help reduce inflammation, increase energy, and improves your digestion. Marma point therapy is an energy healing practice that emerged within the 5000-year-old Ayurvedic system of healing. It is based upon an elaborate energetic matrix that is commonly believed to have been the foundation for later point therapies such as acupuncture, acupressure, and reflexology. The knowledge of Ayurvedic vital energy points was originally used in a dichotomous manner.
The MĀ Yoga & Wellness includes four gorgeous private treatment rooms and offers high-quality Ayurvedic consultations, Bodywork, RMT’s, and Chinese Medicine practitioners.
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