Nasya is an ayurvedic practice that encourages nasal administration of medicinal herbs, decoctions, and oils.
A dough of gram flour is rolled out in the shape of a hollow pit and sealed on the nape of the neck. After the pit is thoroughly sealed, warm medicated oil is slowly poured in it.
The knee joint is called “Janu Sandhi” in Sanskrit; hence the name “Janu-Vasti” is given to the procedure done on the knee joints.
To achieve a balanced state of body, mind, and consciousness, Ayurveda prescribes purification therapy. Kativasti is one of the purification therapies.
It is a special type of massage for face and skin which helps to relax, refresh and nourish the face with the therapeutic effect. It is of two type, that is, dry potli and wet potli.
Potli massage therapy is done using heated herbal pouches also known as potlis that are used to nourish the affected area.
Udhwarthanam is one such procedure that helps your skin stay healthy and glowing with your body getting rid of most of its excessive fat.
Shir means head and Dhara means to pour. So, Shirodhara means a purifying and detoxification technique used to manage physical and mental exertion and fatigue.
Massage of the body with the help of taila, ghrita in the same direction of the body (Anuloman gati) is called Abhyanga.