“It is with huge regret that I am currently unable to offer any massage or Reiki treatments for the time being. As soon as these are permissible again I will be there for you.”
Ayurvedic Foot Massage (padabhyanga)
Ayurvedic Foot Massage Gift vouchers are available
Valid for 6 months from date of issue
From 1st April there will be a small fee increase:
30 mins treatment £40
60 mins treatment £53
90 mins treatment £73
£70 for 60 mins
If 2 or more people are having treatments, the fee will reduce
If you want to discuss this or any other treatment before booking please feel free to email me email@example.com or call: 0208 853 5944
Ayurveda is India’s ancient holistic healing science and is more than 10.000 years old. The term Ayurveda consists of 2 words Ayu-life and Veda-science.
Padabhyanga Is significantly prominent in the field of preventative medicine, yet also helpful in the treatment of illness.
It is one of a broad based set of tools for healing, which takes into consideration different body types or constitutions, called Doshas. It is by balancing the 3 doshas of an individual’s constitution that health is maintained
Feet provide the connection of the individual with the Earth energy via grounding. There are many nerve endings in the feet which eminate from organs in the body. Via massage these nerves are strengthened and health can be restored to many parts of the body.Integral to Ayurvedic practice is the stimulation of certain marma points on the feet and legs in order to either release or dispel stagnant energy or to stimulate or energise.
Treatments are performed whilst the client lies back or up on a massage couch, fully clothed but with feet and lower legs accessible. A small bronze “Kasa” bowl is also used in the massage routine as well as hands. The treatment takes around 1hr to complete.
Padabhyanga adresses the following:
- Insomnia and fatigue
- Helps prevent sciatica
- Aids foot health-alleviates pain, improves muscle tone and nourishes the skin
- Helps maintain eyesight & hearing
improves cramp and circulation
- A modified sequence is beneficial to babies from 3 months old in order to maintain the balance of the doshas