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The art of Ayurvedic Foot Massage, or Padabhyanga, has its roots in Ayurveda and includes a combination of various massage and Reflexology techniques, Kasa bowl work, and Marma Therapy. Caring for the feet in the Ayurvedic form of foot massage is beneficial to the entire body. An Ayurvedic Foot Massage relaxes the nervous system, balances energy, relieves pain, and increases blood and lymph circulation. It also helps with the detoxification of the body and will also help to bring about an improvement in physical and emotional ailments.
Massaging the feet is akin to massaging the entire body, according to Ayurveda and Reflexology. The use of oils with a Kasa bowl, a small metal bowl, will encourage detoxification and balancing. Various tridoshic oils can be used such as sesame, jojoba, almond, and/or olive. Marma points are worked on to also bring about detoxification, relaxation, and healing.
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Hi Michelle, thank you for your message. A session goes pretty much like a reflexology session. The client is lying down on their back on a massage table and each foot is worked on for about half an hour each. We use ayurvedic oils and a Kasa bowl, small metal bowl, during the massage. There are a number of benefits, both physical and mental. You can see the list at https://www.healyourselfnaturally.net/ayurvedic-foot-massage. You can start to see results pretty much right away, and the number of sessions depends on you and what your body needs. I hope this helps. If you have any further questions please let me know. Have a great weekend.
Hello! This is really exciting. I would like to know exactly how the session goes. Does your practice help to improve physical health? If so, how many sessions are essential to start noticing the results? Thank you in advance :)