AYURVEDIC THERAPIES AT TRIYOGA
AYURVEDIC PRANA FLOW MASSAGE
This massage uses traditional Ayurvedic techniques and works on both the physical and subtle (energetic) body, as the long rhythmic movements remove stiffness from the body and stimulate the flow of prana. Localised pressure eases knots from the deeper tissues. Warm organic herbal oil is used.
Relaxing massage: slow, flowing and relaxing, grounds and rebalances Vata (wind and space).
Refreshing massage: moderately paced, relaxing and rejuvenating to cool and calm Pitta (fire).
Stimulating massage: shorter movements to shift congestion and excess Kapha (earth and water).
INDIAN ACUPRESSURE FACIAL
How often do you spend time nurturing your face? Our skin deals with a lot in London: dirt, pollution, central heating, computer glare and negative energy. Mukkabhyanga is a traditional treatment to rejuvenate the complexion, skin and muscle tone.
It works at both the physical and subtle (energetic) levels, using massage to boost circulation and lymphatic drainage, marma point pressure (Indian acupressure) to stimulate the flow of prana, and organic herbal oil. Beautiful Sanskrit mantras are quietly played, as Jacqui directs healing energy through her hands – a peaceful relaxing experience.
This gentle Ayurvedic healing unblocks stagnant energy in the subtle (emotional) body. Marma points are junctions where the nadis (energy channels, or meridiens, around the body) cross each other, and where prana that should flow freely gets blocked.
Rather than working on the level of the mind (the very root of stress, tension and negative emotions!), marma healing works on the level of consciousness to facilitate healing. It helps you to have more clarity and feel more emotionally balanced, with positive connections to people, healing you at a deeper, unspoken level.