Ayurvedic Massage Onsite Spa Services Asheville WNC

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Single Appts – Couples – All Ages Adults Teens Kids

Holistic Personalized Therapeutic Massage Therapy Techniques: Clinical Structural Integrative Body work  

Swedish/Soft – Deep Tissue Sports Hot Stone Couples Massage Myo-skeletal Technique Neuro- muscular Myo-fascial T.M.J. Release Cervical Cranial Sacral Reflexology Feet/Hands Treatments Acupressure Shiatsu Thai Yoga Lymphatic Drainage Trigger Point Medical Geriatric Oncology Massage,  Cert. Pregnancy Doula Infant & Pediatric Massage Kids Teens, Reiki Polarity Therapy Energy Balance Vibration Sound Healing Therapy, Chair Massage, Marma Point Facials, Aromatherapy Ayurvedic Rain Drop Therapy Body Wraps Scrubs Spa Packages Yoga Fitness Nutritional Wellness Consultant 

60m $100  70m $110   90m $150

Hot Stone Massage:  90m $160

Feet Reflexology w/Foot Scrub-Warm Wrap or Herbal Foot Soak  


Indian Head Massage 60m $100

Cranial Sacral Aroma NSBK Massage:Relieves eyestrain headaches section insomnia-travels revitalizing lavender rosemary peppermint eucalyptus essential oils are gently massaged cranial scalp neck shoulders Warm heated towels, cooling lavender eye mask, relax say goodbye to travel jet lag & tension headaches congestion. 60m $100

Massage & Facial Pkg:  60m Aroma Warm Oil Massage & 30m Marma Facial 90m $150

Couples Massage Pkg:  2 therapists “or” Back to Back.  2- DMT Massages with Foot Reflexology Wraps  (2) 70-90m $220-$280

Reiki/Polarity/Energy Body work w/Sound Healing Vibrational Bowls Tuning Forks 90m $150

Thai Yoga (or) Bare Foot Shiatsu Massage: 120m $185 

Medical Massage Seniors-Geriatric Age 65-95  90m $130 Soft tissue aroma massage with warm feet wraps

Oncology Massage Brings Pain Relief to Cancer Patients For All Ages 90m $130

Cert. Doula-Postpartum-Prenatal Pregnancy Massage 90m $140 

Infant Baby massage & instruction training 30-60m $50-$100 

Pedatric Kids & Teens: Services  20m $35  30m $50  40m $65  60m $85-$95

Chair-Table Event Office Massage:  10m $15  15m $25  20m $35

(or) $75-$95 per hour – per therapist  2-4 hour minimum

Ayurvedic Massage Spa Services – Yoga Fitness Nutrition Diet Herbs Wellness Plan Meditation Stress Management 

  • Ayurvedic Indian head massage.
  • Abhyanga: An individually prepared herbal oil massage.
  • Abhyanga-Garshana: A dry lymphatic skin brushing followed by a herbal oil massage.
  • Vishesh: A deep muscular massage using herbal oils.
  • Pizzichili: A two-therapist massage using warm herbal oils.
  • Shiro-Abhyanga-Nasya: Deep head, neck and shoulder massage, facial lymphatic massage and aromatic steam.
  • Ayurvedic foot massage: A deep massage in which the therapist uses his or her feet to massage you.
  • Udwarthanam: A slimming treatment involving deep massage with herbal powders.
  • Ayurvedic Shirodhara: A treatment using oil poured on the forehead.
  • Ayurvedic face and marma therapy: A facial using a herbal mask and individually prepared oils

Mobile Ommm: Personal One on One Chi gong Yoga Fitness Meditation Life Coach Classes $85 / Small Groups 4-10  $65pp

60m $100  90m $150  AYURVEDIC THERAPY PLAN

Where Ayurvedic massage is to form part of a more comprehensive therapy plan, a qualified Ayurveda specialist will assess your body’s doshic balance before embarking on any massage therapy to ensure you receive the most suitable form of Ayurvedic massage for your needs. After investigating the state of your tissues, your body systems, previous conditions and mental disposition, the ideal type of Ayurvedic massage for your needs will be recommended and then tailored to suit. Specific strokes, oils, marmas and chakras, music, affirmations and guided visualisations are also formulated to enhance the therapeutic impact of your Ayurvedic massage.

Ayurvedic Massage is based on ancient Indian principles of Ayurveda and pressure points, designed to heal the body and create a balance between mind, body, and spirit. The word is a Sanskrit compound: ayu, meaning “life,” and veda, meaning “knowledge.” Sometimes translated as “science of life,” Ayurveda lays out a complete mind-body prescription for healthy living that includes a dietetic regimen and a body of herbal healing techniques. Many of the dietary guidelines—say, for example, eating freshly prepared organic foods and varying the diet by including six different tastes—dovetail with modern nutritional thinking.

Ayurvedic massage is a customized treatment, incorporating essential oils, typically herbal-infused, with time-honored and non-traditional strokes and kneading that suit each individual’s needs. Movement flow can be quick or drawn out, depending upon the person; some spas provide two therapists working on one guest simultaneously.

When you get right down to it, balance is the keystone of Ayurveda. The philosophy holds that there are three basic constitutions, or doshas—vata, pitta, and kapha—that make up our physical, mental, and emotional selves. One dosha usually dominates, but ideally the three exist in harmony. That’s the healthy state. When the doshas get out of balance, illness can result. According to believers, Ayurveda’s lifestyle guidelines keep the doshas in equilibrium and the herbal remedies and proper diet realign them. It’s an approach that’s remarkably in line with current thinking about healthy living, as well as increasing scientific evidence that the mind and body interact to maintain health and fight disease. Because Ayurveda concentrates on wellness, it picks up another contemporary tailwind—skepticism toward and frustration with Western medicine.

Yoga, meditation, and massage are key components, and for devotees, there’s even Ayurvedic astrology and Ayurvedic architecture (à la feng shui). Ayurveda aficionados believe that the system was intuited from the divine by rishis, or seers, five millennia ago. It remains India’s traditional system of health care (and is often the backdrop to Western care)—with an estimated 80 percent of the population practicing it!

Popular Ayurvedic massage treatments include the Indian head massage; Abhyanga, an herbal massage, and Shirodhara, a quick treatment during which a stream of oil is poured in the center of the forehead to help the individual focus, concentrate, and relax the mind and body. Learn more about Shirodhara

Ayurveda Glossary:  Dosha: The Central Concept
A dosha is akin to the Western idea of constitution, a bodily principle that determines physiology and personality. Ayurvedic belief holds that there are three doshas—vata, pitta, and kapha. Everyone has all three, but in varying degrees. (It’s rare for a person to have equal amounts of each one.) One dosha is usually dominant, but it changes as we age, with kapha preeminent during childhood, pitta from puberty to middle age, and vata taking over at around 55. When the doshas are in harmony, a person is healthy. To find your dosha, take the Dosha Quiz

Vata: The ruling elements are air and ether (or space). Characteristics: very short or tall and thin, dry skin, creative, restless, excitable. Irregularity in action and fluctuation in thought are characteristic of this personality.
Pitta: The ruling elements are fire and water. Characteristics: well-built, good digestion and metabolism, intelligent, bold, hot-tempered. Tend to be perfectionists.
Kapha: The ruling elements are water and earth. Characteristics: heavyset, slower moving, slower digestion, calm, forgiving, reliable, envious, possessive.

Pulse diagnosis: The primary means for determining an individual’s dosha. The index, middle, and ring fingers are applied to the wrist, with each reading one dosha (index reads vata, middle reads pitta, ring reads kapha). Strongest pulse is predominant dosha.
Agni: The digestive power of the individual or, as Ayurvedic Institute founder Vasant Lad puts it, “the biological fire that governs metabolism.” There are 13 types, the most important of which is jatharagni, which is basically the enzymes in the digestive tract.
Ama: Toxins that can be created by undigested food in the intestines. Lad calls it “the root of all disease.”

Ojas: The opposite of ama, the vital life energy that Ayurveda seeks to maximize. Symbolized as eight precious drops that live in your heart. Two types: apara ojas, an inherent energy present from conception, and para ojas, produced by proper eating, activity, and breathing.
Panchakarma: Literally “the five ways,” a system to eliminate toxins via laxatives, enemas, vomiting, tongue scraping, blood purification, and nasal administrations. 
Vaidya: An Ayurvedic physician from India.

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