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Aromaterapia- RainDrop Technique®

RainDrop Technique® - Rain Drops is an aromatherapy massage, which consists in applying the highest quality natural oils of the therapeutic class, which was developed by Dr. Gary Young in 1980, founder of Young Living Essential Oils.

Rain Drops is a ritual of the ancient Lakota Indian healing system and Tibetan massage using Vita Flex reflexes - reflex vitality. Compression of points causes the body to release an electrical charge. The voltage produced by Vita Flex points induces current along the nerves. Molecules of essential oils also have inherent electrical properties and they move along the nerves. The disease is often the result of blocking the nervous pathway. The oil molecules introduce large amounts of oxygen into the cells. They work through receptors and affect the limbic system and the pituitary gland, thanks to which they rebuild health at the somatic and psychoemotional level.

Oils are applied to the feet and spine from a height of about 15 cm like raindrops. Raindrop Technique strengthens the immune system, nervous, muscular, skeletal, relaxes tense back muscles and is very relaxing. It improves vitality through specially selected therapeutic oils: thyme, oregano, basil, peppermint, cypress, wintergreen and a mix of Valor and Aroma Siez.

The benefits of therapy can only be seen after a few hours or days. The therapy stimulates detoxification of the body and it is recommended to drink plenty of water after the therapy and avoid liquids such as sparkling water, coffee or alcohol.

Shirodhara - ayurvedic head massage

Shirodhara is one of the most important Ayurvedic treatments, considered a technique rejuvenating the whole body. This is a procedure known in the Panchakarma process as a shodana, whihttp://www.masaze-namaste.pl/administrator/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&layout=edit&id=9#ch supports the process of elimination the source of the diseases resulting.

It involves a massage with a stream of warm sesame oil or milk of the entire head area. The treatment includes the head, forehead and vital points that in Ayurveda are called "marma". Great attention is paid to one of the most important points (maha marma), the so-called "brow chakra / third eye" (in Saskvian Sthapani), which is located above and between the eyebrow arches. Warm oil flowing through the vital points of the head area balances the work of the whole organism, enhances its vitality. Supports the treatment of disorders of the nervous and endocrine systems. It improves blood circulation in the head area, hence it has a positive effect on migraine headaches, hypertension, sinus problems, impaired hearing and vision, and insomnia. It smoothes wrinkles on the forehead, strengthens the skin and hair.

It supports the process of regeneration not only physical, but also mental: it helps in reducing stress and negative emotions, brings deep peace and clarity of mind, helps to deepen self-awareness, affects concentration and memory.

Shiroabhyanga – head and shoulder ring massage

Ayurvedic head massage is performed using heated natural amla or coconut oil. The head is a very important part of the body – it contains the sense organs: eyes, ears, nose and tongue. The head massage regenerates all these organs. It makes them function properly and harmoniously. This treatment nourishes, moisturises and strengthens hair bulbs and the scalp. Also, it improves the blood supply to the head, relaxes muscles and nerve fibres.

Working on the neck and shoulders, the areas where stress influences the major muscle groups, gives immediate relief. It improves the efficiency of the circulatory and lymphatic systems and removes toxins from tensed muscles, which restores their flexibility and movement fluency.

Not only does the head massage relieve accumulated stress, but also it influences the entire body and, most of all, the psyche. It leaves you with the feeling of inner relaxation, peace and balance.

Regular head treatments lead to an emotional, mental and physical revival.

Abhyanga – traditional ayurvedic massage

This massage is a part of a traditional cleansing and rejuvenating programme called Panchakarma. Throughout this treatment the entire body is intensively massaged with plenty of sesame oil, which results in its detoxification. The movements are rhythmic and deeply relaxing to activate stagnated lymph and energy and make them flow freely inside. It energizes and tones all organs and systems, such as circulatory and lymphatic, among others. Performed regularly, this massage prevents negative impacts of stress, nervousness and exhaustion.

Abhyanga nourishes the body, improves the skin, sight and physical condition, ensures healthy sleep and all of these things prolong life. It is used as a remedy to many diseases, stress, muscular tensions, stiffness and in recovery.

It includes a head massage and full body massage using heated sesame oil or a different kind of oil that matches your constitution (dosha).

It can be performed by one or two practitioners (two-handed or four-handed massage).

Jambira Pinda Sveda - ayurvedic cotton compress massage

This massage is one of the traditional Ayurvedic massage treatments. Ingredients used and the process itself make this massage a reducing and sweat inducing treatment. It effectively nurses and regenerates, promoting the reduction of cellulite.

The massage improves the condition and firmness of the skin, reduces body fat and stimulates body detoxification.

After the treatment, the skin is refreshed, regenerated and silky smooth and the body is soft and relaxed.

Nuad Phaen Boran - traditional thai massage


This massage is similar to acupuncture, which is a component of traditional Chinese medicine, albeit in Thai massage the same points on the body are stimulated only by touch. The practitioners apply slow and rhythmic pressure to certain areas of the body to relax and later to stretch muscles and joints. This increases and perpetuates a new range of motion in the body. Thai massage combines the techniques of acupressure and Shiatsu as well as stretching, opening and relaxing postures related to the asanas of yoga.

Thai foot massage


Although the name of this treatment points to the feet, the massage technique involves much more. It begins with a practitioner applying warming herbal oil to the feet and calves of a recipient and relaxing his or her muscles. Then, the feet are wrapped in warm towels and, thus prepared, massaged.

The massage is given to the sole and dorsum of the foot as well as to the toes and ankles. Also, the calves and knee areas are treated. Apart from stimulating receptors in one point, this massage includes many pleasant elements that relax and stretch those muscles and joints that carry the work done on the feet directly to the legs and spine.

Therapy in sounds of singing bowls from Nepal


This therapy consists in a deep, cellular massage of the body, because the vibrations of singing bowls penetrate those areas into which a different massage could not reach. The mechanism of action of this treatment is one of a kind; therefore it literally effects the entire body. Thus it is a perfect remedy for all kinds of tensions, not only muscular, one-off or permanent pain, but also for mental fatigue, stress, insomnia, depression or neurosis. The sound massage stimulates imaginative skills, creativity and improves concentration. It soothes the mind after hard mental work.