Treatments (18)

Lomi Lomi

Lomi lomi means massage, the name comes from ancient Polynesians philosophy called Huna. The most important principle of Huna is harmony and love. Lomi lomi is called also ‘Loving Hands’ massage. Lomi lomi works gently and deeply into a  muscles with continuous, flowing strokes, totally nurturing the body and enabling client to relax by given in and simply be. Although the technique play an important part of massage much of the work is done by focus of practitioner on the client being deep and complete.

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Hot Crystals Massage

Hot Crystals massage is treatment where natural rocks, polished tumble stones (crystals) are used to treat auric fields and the chakras.  It is believed that if our auric field remains intact, disease will not occur.  Vibration of crystals can positively work on the electric magnetic field which is the aura/energy surrounding our bodies.

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Reflexology

Whilst the art of reflexology dates back to Ancient Egypt, India and China, it wasn't until 1913 that Dr William Fitzgerald introduced this therapy to the West as 'zone therapy'. He noted that reflex areas on the feet and hands were linked to other areas and organs of the body within the same zone.

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Indian Head Massage

Indian head massage is based on the ayurvedic system of healing which has been practiced in India for over a thousand years (see Ayurvedic Medicine). It provides Indian families with relaxation and healing on a daily basis, as well as playing a part in rituals such as weddings and births, not to mention everyday events like a trip to the barber.

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Shirodhara massage

It is a luxuriant and easy way to achieve instant calm and rejuvenation. It derives from two Sanskrit words :shiro – head, dhara flow.  It involves the warm and consistent flow of aromatic oil on the forehead, specifically on the ‘third eye’ – the seat of human consciousness. The oil is allowed to flow over scalp, through hair, creating blissful sensation.

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Udvartana

Udvartana is the most famous body treatment in Ayurveda to lose weight. It is a is a body toning program, with application of a combination of prescribed herbal powder and oil on the entire body .It is used in the treatment to reduce fat and strengthen the body, at the same time taking care that the body does not become too rough and dry in the whole process.

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Four hand Abhyanga massage

A traditional synchronized full body massage given by two experienced Ayurvedic practitioners using medicated oil to suit the individual's Prakriti (constitution). This four-handed treatment provides a smooth and rhythmic massage to leave you feeling mentally calm and physically restored. Abhyanga improves physical health by assisting with the elimination of toxins, clearing heaviness and stiffness in the body, resulting in a feeling of lightness and assists with inducing a state of deep relaxation.

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Kinetic Chain Release

What is Kinetic Chain Release (KCR)?

Kinetic Chain Release is a simple yet extremely effective system of mobilizations and stretches, developed by Scottish Physiotherapist Hugh Gilbert, that brings the physical body back into balance quickly and easily, frequently providing a high degree of relief and even instant resolution in many cases 

This simple procedure is revolutionising physical rehabilitation globally, often achieving complete and lasting results in one treatment in many people where all other forms of intervention had proven unsuccessful. 

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There are many variations of massages...