What is Ayurveda?

What is Ayurveda?

What is Ayurveda?
What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is one of the three major medicines in the world and was born in Sri Lanka, India and is the world's oldest traditional medicine with a history of over 5000 years. From the Sanskrit word Ayuh (life / life) Veda (science / knowledge), it is inherited as medicine itself, to practice life itself or as a practical life-health method.

Western medicine is a remedy that removes the symptoms of illness, and Ayurveda has become a preventive medicine aimed at maintaining health, longevity, and youth, and is in the limelight as a very sophisticated method of health.

Ayurveda is not contrary to conventional medicine, but enriches and complements it. The millennia-old health education is more relevant today than ever. Exploding medical costs call for effective prevention and increasing chronic illnesses require gentle and effective therapy. Ayurveda has had particularly convincing success with chronic diseases. You, the patient, play an active role in this. With an Ayurveda cure, you will learn how to live a healthy life and prevent illnesses in a natural and gentle way.

In Ayurveda, the energy that makes up the body is called the dosha, and when the dosha is disturbed it becomes sick.We will see the disorder of the dosha by visual inspection, palpation, interview, and auscultation.

Dosha has three vitalities: Vata, Pitta and Kapa,   and it is believed that excessive addition of Vata, Pitta and Kapa can cause Dosha to become confused and ill.
The body is grasped from these doshas,   and the excess doshas are melted with a full-body oil massage called Avhyanga to balance the doshas.
By adjusting the balance of the dosha, it leads to purification of the body, balance adjustment, and excretion of toxins.

If a person's doshas are out of balance, illnesses develop after Ayurveda. These can be cured if the natural balance of the doshas is restored. Experienced Ayurveda doctors can use traditional methods such as pulse, iris and tongue diagnosis to determine exactly to what extent the balance of the doshas is disturbed and where the cause of the disease lies. Your diagnosis is then the basis for the individually tailored Ayurveda cure, in which a healthy diet, yoga and meditation play an important role.


Abhyanga is an "oil treatment".
Whole body oil treatment.

Ayurvedic oil massage
Get rid of the toxins and toxins that accumulate in your body and mind and cause discomfort.

● Supplies the necessary nutrition for the mind and body.

● Main expected effects:
Deep relaxation, mental and physical weakness, relief of fatigue and pain, stress recovery, sleep promotion, skin strengthening and color improvement


Shirobyanga is a scalp massage treatment with herbal oils.

In Ayurveda, the head (brain) is considered an important organ.

There is a lot of maluma on the head (point is the key point). The massage has a high reflexology effect, improves the sensory organs, and introduces accumulated waste products into the nasal cavity.

As the cause of wrinkles and sagging on the face is sagging of the scalp, it also has the effect of adjusting the facial lines.

Mpt symptoms that can be resolved:
Headache, insomnia, white hair, hair loss, dryness, refractive errors in eyes, eye fatigue, stress, wrinkles on the face, etc.

How to oil massage
A generous amount of warm oil is used to spread the original herbal oil blended with hundreds of sesame oil-based herbs into deep tissues of the body.

With the technology called "Abiyanga", we aim to relax and relax, while injecting the original herb oil to relieve muscle stiffness and tension.

Massage is all-hand and follows the energy flow of life.
The body balances vital energy by massaging the lower body from the waist to the toes, while the upper body massages from the waist to the shoulders and from the shoulders to the hands.

What is Shirodara?

Shirodara is said to be a brain massage, and about 4 liters of warm oil penetrates into the forehead. Herbal oils made from 100% natural plants have excellent scalp healing effects. Prevents young gray hair, baldness, and hair loss, leading to firm and lustrous hair.

Slowly applying osmotic pressure to the forehead chakra (reflex area) relaxes the central nervous system and creates a kind of meditation.

Deaf when the body is asleep. You  don't even know the sense of time and almost sleep on the way, but it seems difficult to feel alert, nervous, and anxious. At this salon, some people couldn't sleep because they started Shirodara invisibly and couldn't sleep because of the oil dripping structure.

Still, after a few visits, you will relax, become more sensitive, and experience meditation.
Shirodara, also known as "heart treatment," is used in India as a remedy for mental disorders such as insomnia and depression.

  • Regular Shirodara promotes blood circulation to the brain, nourishes the hair and scalp, and provides healthy sleep.
  • Soothing Shirodara is said to be one of the most effective remedies to relieve stress and tension.

Optional 20 minutes Shirodara can be used in combination with other Ayurvedic Ayurhands.


  1. Upper body Abhyanga 60 minutes + Shirodara 20 minutes
  2. Abiyanga 90 minutes + Shirodara 20 minutes
  3. Whole body Ayurhand 90 minutes + Shirodara 20 minutes

In an Ayurveda cure, nutrition is medicine
"Your food should be your remedy". This quote from Hippocrates originally comes from the Ayurvedic scriptures. It shows the importance of a healthy diet in an Ayurveda cure. This is all the more important since in the western world almost half of all diseases are diet-related. Ayurvedic doctors always ask about your eating habits and give you important tips for a healthy eating and lifestyle.

At the heart of Ayurvedic nutritional science is a regular daily routine with 3 meals, between which ideally 5 hours should be. This allows the organism to completely metabolize the food. All 6 flavors  are represented in every Ayurvedic meal which offer you a healthy and, above all, delicious nutrition that literally holds body and soul together.