Ayurvedic for wellbeing
How many times have you felt that it’s enough? How many times you have found yourself burdened with stress? Or how many times your body has forced you to stop? If the answer to these questions is that you cannot even count the instances in numbers then it’s time for you to try Indian massage in Melbourne.
Ayurvedic massage is a preparatory treatment for panchakarma, which is known as the treasure house that cures as many as ailments of human body. Massage therapy has many benefits such as it bestows a long life, retards our aging process, is helpful on overcoming our fatigue, helps in undisturbed sleep, improves our physical appearance and the list goes on.
There are different kinds of massage offered to people depending upon their ayurvedic body types. Pouring liquids over the third eye of a person, which is the area between the eyes in the forehead is called Shirodhara. From centuries this process has been used to cure depression, insomnia, anxiety, paralysis etc. The liquid that is poured is infused with herbs. There is a massage that is Marmas, which means vital points. This massage focuses on anatomical points where flesh, veins, arteries, tendons, bones and joints meet. Each point coordinates with the mind and body with its own intelligence and consciousness. Marma massage gives benefits and improves functionality of the organs connected to the massage points.
There can be one more cure to all the problems faced due the pressure of the modern lifestyle – Ayurvedic medicine in Melbourne. Ayurveda is a harmonious union of body, mind, senses and soul. It is based on the concept that the human body is a constitution of five elements i.e. space, air, fire, water and earth. This concept is not only based on medical treatment or diagnosis of the problem but more than that.
There are problems like menopause in women and Ayurveda has natural remedies for hot flushes. It has set of practical and very simple guidelines for a long and healthy life, if you regularly practice the principle guidelines laid down by Ayurveda.
Hot flushes are commonly experienced by 75% of women at their phase of menopause and it can be determined by a sudden feeling of warmth or heat in the body. Hot flushes according to Ayurveda is a Pitta (Fire) disorder. Ayurveda recommends women with this problem to avoid spicy, greasy and acidic food and to add foods like cucumber, mint, cilantro, coconut, watermelon, fresh dairy products and green leafy vegetables to keep themselves cool.