Massage Parlour in Pushkar, Pushkar Massage Parlour in Pushkar
Massage therapy involves the manipulation of soft body tissues with pressure, tension, motion or vibration. In addition to various parts of the body, massage can be performed with the aid of mechanical aids, oils and lotions. It is one of the oldest and simplest forms of promoting good health. There are over eighty different types of massage.
Ayurvedic Massage is an ancient indian form of hands on healing,using human touch and herbal oils as medicine. Ayurvedic massage is a natural method of relaxing, cleansing and rejuvenating the body-mind. Make Booking
Aroma therapy Massage
Aroma therapy massage therapy is performed with the aid of essential oils. Essential oils are scented plant oils and each essential oil is thought to have different effects on the body. For example, rosemary oil is cleansing and energising, chamomile, lavender and geranium are calming and rose, neroli and ylang ylang are uplifting. The theory is that essential oils are both inhaled and absorbed through the skin and have effects on blood pressure, breathing, memory, digestion and stress levels. For this reason, aroma therapy massages are particularly useful for treating emotional problems and stress-related conditions.Make Booking
During a gentle and relaxing Swedish massage, the therapist applies massage oil to the body and uses kneading, circular movements in combination with long, smooth strokes. There are six basic strokes: effleurage, petrissage, friction, tapotement, compression and vibration. Superficial layers of muscle are targeted. Make Booking
To counteract the stresses of modern life and to achieve health and fulfillment without frequent recourse to strong medications, more and more people are turning to Mother Nature. "A healthy body in a healthy mind" is the doctrine followed by nature cure in Pushkar. The Natural Law of healing prescribes solutions which are derived completely from nature and are free from any harmful side-effects. There are four prevailing systems of health-care in India, besides Allopathy or the modern western system; Homepathy, Ayurveda, Unani, and Nature Cure. The first three are concerned primarily with curing illness rather than with preventing it, but the nature cure system does not requires drugs, it relies on an intelligent use of the means provided by nature itself. Ayurveda is a medical-metaphysical healing science. It helps a healthy person to maintain health and a diseased person to regain health. Siddha medicine which is made from herbs, minerals and animal projects is based on the belief that all diseases are caused by an imbalance in "humuors" (fluids) in the human body. Siddha has also developed a discipline called Kaya Kalpa for longevity and freedom from illness. .