Ayurvedic Yoga Massage combines traditional Indian Deep Tissue Massage and Yoga-Based Stretching Therapies. This original method of AYM was developed in the early 1980s by Master Kusum Modak from Pune, India.
The individual session of Ayurvedic Yoga Massage ARYM is given on a mattress on the floor. Treatment duration varies between 60-90 minutes. The treatment involves alternation between Deep Tissue massage and a series of stretches covering all regions of the body. Gradually a sense of openness and presence is brought to the receiver. Both hands and feet are used in the delivery of the massage.
Ayurvedic Yoga Massage therapy brings instant benefits on physical, psychological and energetic levels, among them:
Harmonizes the flow of energy and induces a deep sense of opening.
Stimulates breathing capacity and promotes the circulation of the body’s fluids.
Releases tension in the muscles and loosens joint stiffness.
Stretches the fascia and realigns the body structure.
Increases the range of movement and improves correct posture.
Mental stress and physical tension
Joints and muscles pain related to stiffness or illness, such as tendonitis, Arthritis, etc.
Respiratory problems, such as shallow breathing, asthma or similar.
Circulatory problems related to stiffness and lack of exercise
Bad posture and all forms of back, neck and shoulder pain, such as: scoliosis, slipped disc, imbalance in the pelvic girdle, frozen shoulder.
Pain in the limbs, such as repetitive strain injuries (RSIs), morning stiffness, knee pain, tennis and golf elbow, Rheumatoid Poly Arthritis, imbalance in the hip joints, bunion deformity, Hallux Valgus.
Constipation, transit problems.
Stress, anxiety, depression, exhaustion and lethargy.
Migraine, headaches, insomnia and other sleep-related problems.