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Ayurvedic Treatments

Abyangha is an ancient Ayurvedic technique and treatment of massage, using medicated, herbal oils. Abyangha performed by an Ayurvedic practitioner includes massage of the entire body, to assist the patient in balancing & healing.


Abyangha massage seals and protects the skin, tones and calms the muscles, grounds the mind/body, and provides a barrier to outside influences. Abyangha is a key to healing internal and external imbalances. The techniques of Abyangha serve those with imbalances of all 3 doshas; Vata, Pitta, & Kapha. Each oil used is specific to each individual condition.


Abyangha is used to treat many symptoms including:


  • Sleep patterns

  • Digestion and Agni

  • Sex drive, which is in lack or excess

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Apathy and lethargy

  • External skin issues

  • Over stimulated minds

  • Dull senses

  • Nourishment for the body

  • Physical pain

  • Increased longevity

  • Quality of skin, hair, and nails

  • Improved circulation

  • Rid of excess heat or cold in the body

  • Increased quality & quantity of breast milk in breast feeding mothers


Ayurveda practices pre and post treatments for the main treatment. 



  • No food 2 hour prior to abyangha. If receiving treatment in the morning, consume breakfast after. 

  • Come with dry hair.

  • Don’t wear lotions or perfumes.



  • Eat simple, light, and easy to digest meals. Avoid eating raw foods, including salads and smoothies.

  • Avoid excess stimulation, as your body is absorbing the treatment.

  • Wash & dry hair before sleeping.

  • If exercising, stick to slow, meditative movements (yin yoga, walking).

  • Avoid going out in the rain or extreme sun.

  • If in air conditioning, wear a scarf or jacket.

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