Discover the ancient secret to rejuvenation and inner harmony with our immersive Abhyanga Self-Massage Wellness Class. Immerse yourself in the timeless wisdom of Ayurveda as we guide you through this transformative journey towards holistic well-being.
Abhyanga is more than just a massage – it’s a rejuvenating ritual that nurtures your body, mind, and spirit. Derived from the profound teachings of Ayurveda, this practice involves the application of warm, herb-infused oils to your body, gently massaging away stress, tension, and fatigue.
Imagine a world where stress melts away, vitality flourishes, and inner balance is restored. Through Abhyanga, you’ll experience:
✨Relaxation: Indulge in the therapeutic touch that soothes your nerves and eases your mind, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
✨Improved Circulation: The rhythmic strokes of Abhyanga invigorate your blood flow, prompting healthy circulation and vitality throughout your body.
✨Detoxification: Release accumulated toxins and impurities as warm oils penetrate deep into your tissues, leaving your body cleansed and revitalized.
✨Stress Relief: Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and find tranquility within. Abhyanga’s calming effects alleviate stress, promoting a profound sense of inner peace.
✨Enhanced Vitality: Reconnect with your body’s innate wisdom and restore your natural energy levels, revitalizing your overall sense of wellness.
Abhyanga Self-Massage Wellness Class offers more than just a lesson – it’s a journey of self-discovery and rejuvenation. Led by experienced Ayurvedic practitioners, you’ll learn the art of Abhyanga through hands-on guidance and personalized instruction. With our thoughtfully designed Wellness Class, you’ll gain:
✨In-depth knowledge: Understand the principles of Ayurveda and how Abhyanga aligns with your unique constitution,
✨Practical Skills: Learn the proper techniques of Abhyanga, from selecting the right oils to applying the nurturing strokes that promote healing.
✨Self-Care Routine: Incorporate Abhyanga into your daily life, nurturing your well-being long after the class ends.
✨Community: Join a supportive community of wellness enthusiasts, fostering connections and shared growth.
Transform your life with the ancient practice of Abhyanga. Unwind, rejuvenate, and cultivate a lasting sense of well-being. Join our Tranquil Abhyanga Self-Massage Wellness Class and embrace the harmony that comes from nurturing your body, mind, and spirit.
🌸Warm the oil (pour approximately ¼ cup into a mug and warm using a coffee cup warmer, or warm oil bottle in a mug of warm water.) Test the temperature by putting a drop on your inner wrist, oil should be comfortably warm and not hot.
🌸Sit or stand comfortably in a warm room
Apply oil first to the crown of your head (adhipati marma) and work slowly out from there in circular strokes—Spend a couple of minutes massaging your entire scalp (home to many other important marma points—points of concentrated vital energy)
🌸Face: Massage in a circular motion on your forehead, temples, cheeks, and jaws (always moving in an upward movement). Be sure to massage your ears, especially your ear lobes—home to essential marma points and nerve endings.
🌸Use long strokes on the limbs (arms and legs) and circular strokes on the joints (elbows and knees). Always massage toward the direction of your heart.
🌸Massage the abdomen and chest in broad, clockwise, circular motions. On the abdomen, follow the path of the large intestine; moving up on the right side of the abdomen, then across, then down on the left side
🌸Finish the massage by spending at least a couple of minutes massaging your feet. Feet are a very important part of the body with the nerve endings of essential organs and vital marma points.
🌸Sit with the oil for 5-15 minutes if possible so that the oil can absorb and penetrate into the deeper layers of the body.
🌸Enjoy a warm bath or shower. You can use a mild soap on the “strategic” areas, avoid vigorously soaping and rubbing the body.
🌸When you get out of the bath, towel dry gently. Blot the towel on your body instead of rubbing vigorously.