How does Ayurvedic massage works on the human body?

Ayurveda is also known as the science of life which was originated in India thousands of years ago. The old saints started writing about this holistic medical science 2500 years ago. The old-age medical treatment is a primary approach for healing various diseases in many parts of the world. Many people travel from far places to witness and learn the working of Ayurveda. They even take part in different Ayurveda courses in India to understand the complexities of this holistic medical science.

Ayurvedic massage is a component of the traditional practice of healing someone with Ayurvedic medicines. It heals and balances the overall body with massage and certain lifestyle changes.aithein-healing-goa-600x315

Working of Ayurvedic massage

Practitioners classify people into three different categories according to elements like air, water, earth, fire, and space. There are three Doshas named as Kapha, Vata, and Pitta which are a combination of some of these elements. The treatment is done according to the Dosha type of patient. Those who have greater energy in one of the three Doshas are prone to different diseases. Ayurvedic massage balances these Doshas such that the body starts functioning better again. Courses in Ayurveda in India give special emphasis to massage and teach different techniques and functions in a deep manner.

Oils are used at the time of massage and therapists chose oils which will be suited to the client according to their body type. They specially blend and cook oils using specific herbal mixtures to counter imbalances and helps the client in reaching their health goals. Oils easily penetrate the skin tissues and deliver natural herbs direct into the body. Ayurveda courses Kerala and Goa are ranked as best when it comes to teaching the making and use of medicated oils in a therapy session.

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