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Ayurveda originated more than 400 years ago and is believed to be the oldest health system known to the world today.  Rather than treating symptoms it treats the whole person holistically combining nutrition, herbal remedies, yoga and massage to improve inner and outer wellbeing.

All treatments begin with a consultation to determine your body type, known in Sanskirt as ‘dosha’.  There are three types of dosha – vata, pitta and kapha each one has its own caring and nurturing regime, by recognising your dominant dosha a treatment programme can be created to suit your specific needs.

Marma Abhyanga Snanam – Energy flow oil massage 

The signature treatment in Ayurveda, an ancient therapy combining pressure to specific marma vital points all over the body and yogic stretches to all joints. Warm herb-infused oils are slowly massaged into the skin, detoxifying, strengthening and revitalising the entire body, followed by a traditional herbal bath powder to cleanse the body.
90 mins / £68

Shirodhara – Third eye treatment

A warm soothing oil is gently poured in a slow rhythmic movement over the forehead marma point, known as the third eye.  Profoundly relaxing, this treatment switches off a chattering mind and induces deep rest for renewed energy and calm that borders meditation.
60 mins / £60

Garshan – Lymphatic detox massage

The body is vigorously dry brushed with raw silk gloves to exfoliate and stimulate circulation encouraging lymphatic detoxification thus clearing impurities, promoting weight-loss and minimising the appearance of cellulite.  This is followed by a soothing oil massage whereby flowing strokes refresh and stimulate the skin.
60 mins / £50

Pina Sweda – Pummelling massage

Therapeutic Ayurvedic herbal powders are crushed and tied into muslin cloth, known  in India as a bolus.  After warming, oil is applied to the body using the bolus and a technique known as pummelling.  Extremely nourishing, strengthening and rejuvenating – this is great for arthritis and sports enthusiasts as it addresses problems related to weak joints and sore muscles.
60 mins / £50