Shiro Abhyanga is the Ayurvedic name for head massage. The head is the point where our senses, prana, and marma points join together to process everything we think and feel. Ayurvedic head massage is soothing and restores the effects of both physical and emotional stresses. Especially during the summer, our heads are subject to excess stresses caused by heat.
Ayurvedic scalp massage is an ancient massage practice incorporated in India hundreds of years ago. During the summer months, head massage with Ayurvedic oils offers relief from increased heat.
Relaxes nervous tension, stress, and headaches
Reduces jaw, neck and shoulder pain
Improves the quality of sleep
Nourishes hair, prevents hair loss, early graying
Increases mental focus and clarity of the senses
Ayurvedic skincare The skin or the integumentary system is the largest organ of the body and involves the skin, hair, and nails. Ayurveda refers to skin disorders as Kustha, and literally means that which alters the complexion of the body.