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Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2023

Price: $55.00

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Benefits of Ayurvedic Massage
The following are various benefits of practicing Ayurvedic massage.


Reduce Stress and Blood Pressure


Regular ayurvedic massage therapy is greatly effective in reducing blood pressure and stress in an individual. It helps in reducing the heart rate and promotes well-being in an individual.


Helps in Softening Skin


Regular ayurvedic massage with medicated oil is good for softening and smoothing the texture of the skin. It eliminates toxins and makes the skin look healthy and nourished. So ayurvedic massages also have beauty benefits and massaging the body and face brings a positive impact.



Promotes Deeper and Better Sleep


The sensation of effective oil massage all over your body calms the nervous system, brain, mind, and body. It makes you feel good about yourself which brings a fresh feeling. It plays a huge role in removing anxiety and presents you with contentment and calmness. The oils used in ayurvedic massage treatment are warm, calm, stable, and heavy which can get you better and sound sleep. You will fall asleep faster without any worries after a massage with medicated oils. So if you are someone struggling with sleep and related issues, don’t forget to try out an ayurvedic massage that can bring a fresh feeling.


To conclude, Ayurvedic massage has many benefits to count on compared to any other holistic practice. Abhyanga is an ayurvedic massage therapy that is not just a conventional massage. Ayurvedic massage using various medicated oils provide nourishment for the body by bridging a balance in doshas and enhancing the overall well-being of an individual.


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