How does Ayurvedic massage work on our body?


Ayurveda is the science of life developed in ancient India. The medical experts started recording this holistic science in writing from 2500 years ago. It is one of the oldest healing techniques and the primary approach to medical treatment in different parts of the world. There are a significant number of people who travel from their countries to learn Ayurveda in India. The benefits of learning range from healing with no side effects to a better lifestyle.

Ayurvedic massage is a component of this ancient medical science. It helps in achieving the overall balance of the body which is lost due to an unhealthy lifestyle.

Working of Ayurvedic massage

There is one study where researchers found out that patients who were suffering from stress and uneven blood pressure got relief after one session of this holistic massage technique. Massage therapists create the healing process according to the client’s body type. They take out all the negative energies from the client’s body and help to transfer positive energy. The removal of negative energy takes away all the toxins residing in the body. Ayurveda massage training in India teach all the strokes used at the time of therapy and the amount of pressure used in different strokes.

Medicated herbal oils are used in the therapy procedure. Sesame oil is mixed with other herbal oils to provide a long-lasting effect on the client’s body. Oils help in opening the junctures of various Marma points present in our body. The Marma points are in the joints of muscles, bones, tendons, ligaments etc. and our mind is also included in it. When ample pressure is given on these points then body realises a sense of relief. The relief is not limited to physical but includes mental and spiritual as well.

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