Janu Basti is a procedure to be performed locally on the knee joints. Basti means to reside, to abide or to retain. Janu Basti is treatment done over knee joints where the medicine is allowed to stay, dwell or rest over the knee for a prescribed time for it’s beneficial properties.
Netra Tarpana nourishes the eyes. It is a specialized treatment for a variety of eye disorders. Netra tarpana acts as both a preventive and curative therapy for maintaining a healthy condition of the eyes. Netra Tarpana has been used from ancient times in Ayurveda for improving the eyesight and is highly beneficial to people working late in front of computers.
In Karna Puran or ear therapy, the ears are filled with herbal oils which lubricates the delicate filaments of ear canal, dislodging impurities and sharpens hearing. Karna Puran is useful in treating insomnia, earaches, deafness, ringing of the ears, headaches, giddiness, as well as tooth and gum diseases.
Swedana is a steam treatment which induces sweating. It comes from the Sanskrit “swid”, meaning “to sweat or to perspire”. Steaming raises the body temperature and toxins are released through the skin during the process of sweating.
The phrase Greeva Basti is from Sanskrit. The word Greeva refers to neck and Basti stands for container or retaining something inside. It is an Ayurvedic neck care and basically a hot oil therapy.
A holistic therapeutic procedure that effectively focuses on various health issues, providing relief from pain and dramatically increasing range of motion. Preservation of degenerative tissue is encouraged. Physical functions compromised by injury, disability and the like are restored.
Osteopathy is a manual, non-invasive form of treatment aiming to normalise the proper movement and functions of all structures within the body. Its main goal is to restore the good health and to reach a harmonious interrelation of skeleton, muscles, ligaments, connective tissues and organs and to harmonise the blood flow, the activity of the central nervous system and all the body structures.
Craniosacral Therapy (CST) is a gentle, drug-free, non-invasive, natural therapy which is beneficial in treating a wide range of conditions & can bring about profound healing physically, mentally, emotionally & energetically.
Using Navara rice and ancient herbs made into small bundles, this decoction nourishes and repairs ageing skin by adding nutrients that increase skin elasticity and overall health of face.
The nose is the gateway to the brain and also to the consciousness. Applying medicine through the nostrils is called Nasya. Bodily fluids that have accumulated in the sinus, throat, nose or head are thus being removed through the nose.
Marma Therapy is highly effective in reducing high blood pressure, anxiety, insomnia, migraine hand stress related health issues. Not only does this therapy have a curative effect, but it is also beneficial in maintaining physical and mental health.
The Shirodhara technique soothes and invigorates the senses and the mind. A total sensation of well-being, mental clarity and comprehension is experienced in this process. Shirodhana means the dripping of oil like a thread (Dhara) on the head (Shiro).
In Ayurveda, Local Abhyangam/ oil massage is one of the means of Snehana; the Sanskrit word Sneha can be translated as both “Oil” & “Love”. The effects of Ayurvedic oil massage are similar to those received when you are saturated with love.