Probably the least known technique of all listed here. It is based on Indian medicine, in fact Ayurveda is a traditional Indian medicine and is considered the oldest medical tradition.
Similar to the Royal Massage, this is performed by two massagers. I do not need to emphasize that specific knowledge is needed here and that not every person can successfully learn and perform it.
Before the massage, the masseur must recognize the particular type of person and their condition, and therefore perform the massage. According to Ayurvedic philosophy, there are three patient constitutions that are considered before treatment – vata, pitta, and kapha. The basic characteristics of watt are dry, cold, light, uneven, motile and dilute, the pittas are greasy, hot, light, fierce, liquid and crumbly, and the capes are greasy, cold, heavy, steady, thick and compact.
The massage itself is performed slowly and gently, with no pressure, with warm sesame or olive oil. Masers must be perfectly synchronized. The practice here is that female masseurs do women, while men do men. Primarily intended for complete relaxation and release from stress, as well as detoxification of the body. It has a beneficial effect on preventing hair loss, insomnia, migraines, correcting wrinkles, and cleansing the skin and the entire body.
It helps the digestive system to maintain proper balance and circulation of body gases, stimulate deep sleep, increase appetite and generally enhance life. We distinguish between head and body massages. Head massage lasts 10-15 minutes, while the body takes up to an hour and 30 minutes. For full effect, it is best to do 7 massages in a row.
Several techniques could be written about this technique and the Ayurveda tradition, so in one of the following posts I will go into more detail about this extremely interesting massage and the medical tradition itself.
Well, that’s just it in short. I hope you have learned something new, and I would love for you to comment and perhaps point to something I have dropped or misquoted so that I also learn something new.