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"What are the health benefits of Ayurveda Massage?" in Ayurveda Massage classes
Here are some of the benefits traditionally associated with regular performance of this pleasant daily ritual: Increased circulation, especially to nerve endings Toning of the muscles and the whole physiology Calming for the nerves Lubrication of the joints Increased mental alertness Improved elimination of impurities from the body Softer, smoother skin Increased levels of stamina through the day Better, deeper sleep at night Abhyanga provides the means for trans-dermal absorption of the healing qualities of the material used in the massage, and it helps the skin, which is the largest organ in the body, perform its diverse functions efficiently, whether it is allowing toxins to be released from the body or nourishment to be absorbed by the tissues. It is like oiling the engine of your car — if you do it regularly, your engine will be in peak condition, and give you years and years of trouble-free performance. The ayurvedic massage is traditionally performed in the morning, before your bath or shower, to facilitate the release of toxins that may have accumulated during the previous night. You can use cured sesame oil, an herbalized massage oil, or an aroma massage oil. Maharishi Ayurveda offers them all. If you choose sesame oil, look for cold-pressed, chemical-free organic sesame oil for the best results from your massage therapy, such as the Organic Sesame Oil offered by Maharishi Ayurveda. Sesame oil contains antioxidant properties, and is helpful in protecting the skin from free radical damage. It is considered highly nourishing for the physiology. To "cure" or purify the sesame oil, heat the oil to 212 degrees Fahrenheit. Remove from heat once this temperature is reached, cool and store for use as needed. Up to a quart of oil can be cured at a time. Of course, you should observe safety precautions when curing oil. All oils are highly flammable. Use low heat, and don't leave the oil on heat unattended. Maharishi Ayurveda also offers pre-cured Sesame Oil for your convenience. Herbalized massage oils contain a blend of carefully chosen herbs known for their ability to strengthen the physiology and balance the mind. So the daily massage with an herbalized massage oil has twice the beneficial power — the benefits from the performance of the actual massage and the added healing wisdom of the herbs. Country Mallow, Winter Cherry and Sensitive Plant are some Ayurvedic herbs you'll find in herbalized massage oils. Country Mallow (Heart-leaf Sida) is renowned for its nourishing effect on the physiology. Winter Cherry (Ashwagandha), a powerful adaptogenic, aids the body's natural ability to withstand stress, and helps balance the mind and emotions. Sensitive Plant helps nerve regeneration. The Maharishi Ayurveda Moisturizing, Soothing and Stimulating Massage Oils are carefully blended to correct Vata, Pitta and Kapha imbalances respectively.
"Does Ayurveda Massage can have adverse effects on health?" in Ayurveda Massage classes
Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine that uses a wide variety of methods for diagnosing and treating many different medical conditions. Treatments commonly used in Ayurveda include meditation with controlled breathing, exercise, diet, herbs, and massage. Like traditional Chinese medicine herbal products, Ayurvedic products have suffered from poor quality. Some Ayurvedic products have been contaminated with prescription drugs including corticosteroids and NSAIDs. Other products have been contaminated with high concentrations of heavy metals including mercury, arsenic, and lead. How does it work? Ayurveda literally means “the science of life.” It was developed in India over 2000 years ago. The foundations of Ayurveda were established by the originators of Indian meditation and yoga. Ayurveda parallels traditional Chinese medicine in many respects. The focus of treatment is on the whole person, and balancing or harmonizing body, mind, and spirit. In Ayurveda there are three bodily “humors” (doshas) that regulate bodily function. Each of these doshas is responsible for a particular area of the body. Practitioners of Ayurveda believe disease occurs when there is imbalance in the doshas. Kapha is the dosha that governs structure, cohesion, and lubrication. It’s located primarily in the upper torso. Pitta is the dosha that governs energy. It is located primarily in the middle of the body. Vata is the dosha that governs movement, including the mind. It is located primarily in the lower abdomen. Like traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurveda uses herbal products to help balance bodily processes. Ayurveda uses herbals in fixed combinations or formulations. Many of the herbs commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine are also used in Ayurveda.