What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda (/ˌɑːjʊərˈveɪdə, -ˈviː-/) is a system of medicine with historical roots in the Indian subcontinent.Globalized and modernized practices derived from Ayurveda traditions are a type of alternative medicine. In countries beyond India, Ayurvedic therapies and practices have been integrated in general wellness applications and in some cases in medical use.

This ancient knowledge is not just about practical health advice. It presents the connection of four fundamental elements: the body; mind, soul and senses. It emphasizes the importance of happiness, without which life is agony. Ayurveda teaches how we should care for our physical, mental and spiritual health.

Ayurvedic massage

Massage is a basic element of the traditional Hindu medicine called Ayurveda. Ayurveda not only deals with health, but it is also a philosophy and art of life. Ayurveda tells us how to care for our body and mind and live in balance with the world around us. In Hindu tradition, massage is practiced in families for avoiding health problems, but also for healing purposes. Therefore, it has not just an anti-stress and relaxing effect, but also a preventive and therapeutic one. For many Indians, massage is considered as important for health and beauty as a healthy diet and other healthy lifestyle practice.


One of the most important treatments used in Ayurveda. It is a full body massage performed with warm, healing oils. The treatment aims to move energy in our body, which restores the balance of the body at both the physical and mental levels. It stimulates the circulation of blood and lymph, improves the metabolic process and cleanses the body of toxins. It soothes and soothes our nervous system, relaxes, eliminates stress, removes fatigue. Provides a healthy look, nourishes and firms the body. Strengthens muscles and removes joint stiffness. It helps the body burn fat stores.

Udvarthana - slimming massage

Unlike most ayurvedic treatments, it is made not with oils, but on the basis of powdered herbs. It's the deepest and most "aggressive" treatment from the Indian massages. Recommended in problems with overweight and cellulite. It slims and shapes the body. It cleanses the skin from callous epidermis and regulates the activity of sebaceous and sweat glands. It makes the skin more elastic, deeply cleansed, smooth and soft.


Its uniqueness lies in gently pouring warm oil on the patient's forehead, introducing him into deep relaxation. The treatment calms down and relax the nervous system. It often introduces patients to different trance states. It helps to improve blood circulation in the brain, strengthens memory and concentration. Recommended for problems associated with headaches, migraine, sinuses, insomnia, impaired vision and hearing. Recommended in neuroses, depressive states and chronic stress.