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Ayurvedic Wellness Centre - The First Authentic Ayurvedic Detox Clinic & Spa in Sydney
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Authentic Experience. Healing Environment. Mindful Wellbeing.
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Abhyanga - Ayurvedic Full Body Massage

An Abhyanga treatment, a form of Ayurvedic massage involving specially formulated warmed herbal oils, is said to be the ultimate way to restore balance and completely relax the body. Nourishing and revitalising, Abhyanga helps pacify the three doshas or ‘bioenergies’ within the body. This in turn encourages the release of toxins from deep within the tissue and the GI tract so that it can be efficiently eliminated.
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Pizzichil

Pizzichil is the premier Ayurvedic Wellness Centre treatment for relaxation. Soothe frayed nerves and stiff muscles with herb-infused warm oil and gentle massage.

During a Pizzichil treatment, a continuous stream of over two litres of warm oil is poured over the body, penetrating deeply into the tissues to heal and restore. Your therapist will work the oils into your muscles to deeply penetrate the tissues, soften the skin and mobilise impurities. Ideal for those suffering sleep disturbances, osteoarthritis, deep tension in the body and conditions of the nervous system like chronic fatigue syndrome.
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Shirodhara

This treatment involves two litres of warm herb-infused oil being poured over the forehead and ‘third eye’ in a constant, gentle stream. This has a profoundly balancing effect on the brain while stimulating the nervous system.

At the Ayurvedic Wellness Centre, Shirodhara treatment is combined with an Abhyanga - a form of Ayurvedic massage involving specially formulated warmed herbal oils. Combining these two potent treatments helps connect the body and mind at a deeper level while removing toxins, increasingly circulation and completely relaxing the muscles.
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Udvartana Scrub

Udvartana pairs a massage with the application of a specially formulated herbal paste that is made up using herbal powders carefully selected by your therapist according to your body type or ‘dosha’. The treatment is designed to stimulate the lymphatic system, smooth away fat deposits and condition the skin.
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Kizhi - Herbal Pouch Massage

A Kizhi or herbal pouch massage is the authentic Ayurvedic version of a pain relieving, remedial treatment. This is due to the specially formulated healing oil which is applied to the body using a muslin ‘pouch’ packed with herbs chosen for their rejuvenating, analgesic properties. This potent combination is designed to open the pores, allowing for the release of toxins and re-absorption of nutrients into the skin.
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Kati Basti

The term Kati Basti may be unfamiliar to the West, and it’s Western translation may be regarded as a topic not to be talked about regularly. To most Westerners, the word ‘enema’ does not have many positive connotations and is generally treated as a taboo subject. However, in Ayurveda, an enema often refers to the external variety.

A dough of gram flour is placed on the afflicted area in a doughnut shape, sealing against the skin to create a water-tight reservoir. Warm medicated oil is then poured into this personal cistern and left to foment, seeping into the client’s sacrolumbar region.

Whilst the treatment is usually administered on the small of the patient’s back, Kati Basti is also very effective in other locations that may be affected by joint pain, such as the knees and shoulders.
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To increase and promote Ojas, consume foods that have the same properties as Ojas; these properties being cold, sweet, soft, smooth, unctuous, slimy, viscous, dull, heavy and clear. Therefore, a balanced diet of fresh foods, ghee, cow’s milk, rice, fruits, and sweet foods like dates and natural nuts and seeds like almonds.
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Did you know under or over eating, eating too soon (when food has not yet been digested), eating low quality food (resulting in blocking of the channels), eating stale foods, fermented foods such as cheese, canned foods, meat, excessive exercise and irregular mealtimes could result in diminished ojas.
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PanchaKarma is used in Ayurvedic medicine as a seasonal treatment in the maintenance of physical and mental hygiene, and balance. It corrects imbalances and removes excess Doshas, in addition to eliminating harmful Ama from your system by means of the body’s own organs and elimination methods, such as sweat glands, colon, bladder, lungs, stomach, urinary tract, intestines etc.
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Ayurvedic Tip: Human skin has three types, according to Ayurveda: Kapha skin, Pitta skin and Vata skin. Each one must be taken care of individually because they all have different characteristics and features. So, start by finding out what skin type you have, prior to commencing any beauty regime. This way you’ll be using the perfect products for your skin type: this starts with inner beauty, with your skin reflecting that beauty.
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