What are the traditional Ayurvedic treatments
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Ayurveda therapy in the Ayurveda Parkschlösschen
All Ayurvedic therapy procedures and treatments in the Ayurveda Parkschlösschen are carried out by our specially trained Ayurveda therapists with a lot of experience and even more dedication. The Ayurveda oils and herbal additives used are individually selected by our Ayurveda doctors. If possible, we will provide you with a private relaxation room with bathroom for periods of relaxation after the treatments.
Note: Ayurvedic therapies or treatments cannot be booked by the guest themselves, but are exclusively determined for you by our Ayurveda doctors.
Traditional synchronized massages
The specialty of the synchronous massages lies in the simultaneous stimulation of both hemispheres of the brain. This is done through the synchronous treatment of both halves of the body. As a result, the autonomic nervous system sends relaxation impulses to the heartbeat and breathing, vascular systems and blood pressure, digestion and metabolism.
Abhyanga | € 180
Whole-body oil synchronous massage, is traditionally used for Vata reduction and harmonization, experience has shown that it promotes relaxation and well-being.
Garshan | € 165
Full-body synchronous massage with gloves made of bourette silk. To stimulate the circulation and metabolism, from experience recommended for cellulite.
Pinda Sveda | € 215
Synchronous full-body massage with cotton bags filled with various herbs, cereals, rice, lemon-coconut or other ingredients. Relieves tension and strengthens the tissue.
Pizzichilli | € 260
Full-body oil pouring or "royal pouring" with 7 liters of warm oil. Stimulates the metabolism of the skin and organs even more intensely than the other treatments. Strongly detoxifying, cleansing and is described as very relaxing.
Samvahana | € 175
Loving, gentle and balancing synchronous massage, according to Ayurvedic teachings with an extraordinarily positive effect on the physical and emotional well-being of women. Treatment of the body with silk, brushes, almond and rose oils.
Udvartana | € 185
Full-body peeling synchronized massage with a paste made from oil with cereals, herbs, salt or healing earth. Intensive stimulation of the cell and organ metabolism as well as the circulation - experience has shown invigorating, detoxifying and cleansing.
Vishesh | € 160
Similar to Abhyanga, but performed with more pressure and speed, hence the translation "deep tissue massage" or "connective tissue massage". Experience has shown that it has a stimulating and revitalizing effect on mind, body and metabolism.
Local (partial) massages and oil treatments
Bastis | € 85 - 100
Therapeutic herbal enemas with a draining or nourishing effect and organ-specific, local oil baths, which experience has shown to improve general well-being and have a calming effect through deep penetrating warmth and special medicinal herbs.
Kalari | € 130
Application to optimize or restore the energy flow. Special massage and mobilization techniques that take into account the energy channels and vital points are used for this. Experience has shown that it is very energizing.
Karnapurnam | € 120
Special ear oil bath that is used for tinnitus, earache, jaw pain and dryness in the ear.
Nasya | € 140
Intensive treatment of the shoulder-neck area and the paranasal sinuses. Has proven itself in migraines, hay fever and chronic sinus infections.
Netra Tarpana | € 110
Eye bath - a local treatment that has proven itself in chronic and acute eye diseases, especially in irritation and overtiredness of the eyes.
Padabhyanga | € 110
Leg and foot massage that leads to deep relaxation. Especially for stressed people who suffer from mental stress, this massage is ideal for calming down.
Pinda Sveda local | € 150
Partial massage with cotton bags. Used for all neuromuscular diseases and complaints in the cervical and lumbar vertebrae area.
Pitchu | € 100
Local oil application, is felt to be very beneficial, especially for various tension pains, inner restlessness, joint pain, nerve pain and lymph congestion.
Shiroabhyanga | € 110
Head, neck, neck and face massage. Relieves tension, stimulates lymph drainage and is described as calming.
Shirodhara | € 110
Oil on the forehead to calm the vegetative nervous system. Is described as harmonizing and balancing, especially in the case of neurovegetative disorders and the consequences of stress.
Svedana | € 75
Herbal steam bath, moist heat treatment in a "headlock". In this way, the substances loosened by the massages are transported away and sweated out.
Experience has shown that our Ayurveda treatments have a profound effect and are traditionally part of an Ayurveda cure. They can therefore only be carried out after a consultation with one of our Ayurveda doctors.
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