Ayurvedic Spa Treatments at CS Water Meadows
We offer various ayurvedic spa treatments at CS Water Meadows. Here are some of the treatments & their benefits explained.
Abhyangam is well known Ayurvedic Oil Massage. The word ‘Abhyangam’ in Sanskrit means ‘oil painting operation’. Our skin is the sense organ of touch and a diurnal unctuous massage using a suitable oil painting can work prodigies for our health.
Elakizhi (Ilakizhi), or Patrapotala swedam, is generally done as part of the Ayurvedic panchakarma treatment though it can be used as a stage-alone treatment too. The benefits of this classic massage with treated leaves include relieving stiffness of muscles and joint pains, especially backache, slicking joints, perfecting supplemental blood rotation, sanctifying the channels of rotation, and expelling poisons from the body.
Ayurveda Herbal brume bath
Ayurveda Herbal brume bath at CS Water Meadows is a veritably special treatment in which leaves of medicinal shops are first coddled in water to produce salutary brume and also your body is exposed precisely to the performing brume.
Kativasthi is a popular Kerala Ayurvedic treatment, in which heat is applied to the low aft region using warm-treated canvases. First, a levee is erected, using herbal dough, over the affected area. Warm-treated oil painting is poured into this area and also left to rest there, and it works magic by relieving pain and swelling in the affected area.
As an extremely effective Ayurvedic treatment that has stood the test of time, Januvasti is salutary for treating habitual knee pain, muscle stiffness, and inflammation of joints. Warm ayurvedic canvases are applied over the affected area for a specific time duration of time using a dough structure made with gram flour. This is followed by Abhyanga, a gentle massage that uses specific ways for relieving common pain and perfecting blood rotation.
Nasyam is an ayurvedic treatment which aimed at purifying the head region and nasal passages thereby barring Headaches, Migraine, and Sinus related diseases. The entry point of nasyam treatment is the nostrils which are considered the doorway to t brain.
Netra Tharpanam is an invigorating ayurvedic treatment for our eyes. For strengthening the optic jitters, helping cataracts and giving a cooling effect to the eyes, pure and treated ghee is applied to the eyes. This strengthens eye muscles, reduces burning sensations in the eyes, and relieves dry eye runs. veritably effective ayurvedic remedy for people working on computers and mobiles.
Navarakizhi (Njavarakizhi) is a revivification Kerala Ayurveda remedy specialty that is now available in Chennai, at the CS Water Meadows. This nutritional remedy is veritably effective for total mind and body care. This traditional remedy has a three-step process that has been perfected thousands of times. It starts with Purva air, the introductory procedure, also Pradhana Karma as the main procedure the final step is Pashchat Karma, or the post-procedure treatment.
Pizhichil is a Kerala Ayurvedic massage remedy (Ayurvedic treatment) available at CS Water Meadows. It's an effective combination of the classical Ayurvedic treatments, Snehana and Swedana. Aqueducts of lukewarm treated oil painting, over three liters, are used to bathe the body along with contemporaneous soft massage. Two or further Ayurvedic therapists are involved in the massage and oil painting bath, icing that all the customer requirements are met.
Podikizhi is a comforting Ayurvedic remedy that uses a specific herbal greasepaint made of 12 invigorating sauces. This herbal grease paint is tied up in a poke or a ‘kizhi’ which is also warmed up and used for the massage on the colorful corridor of the body. Our educated Ayurveda croakers, at CS Water Meadows, diagnose the case’s dosha ascendance and complaint before deciding upon the constituents of the kizhi and the type of kizhi to be used in the treatment.
Shirodhara is a Sanskrit word and collectively, Shiro means head and Dhara means inflow. This Ayurvedic remedy involves the gentle pouring of treated liquids over your forepart. The choice of liquid depends on the reason for the treatment and includes numerous options similar as oil painting, milk, buttermilk, coconut water, and plain water.
Takradhara is relatively analogous to the Ayurvedic Shirodhara treatment, except that buttermilk is poured on the person’s head rather than treated canvases. In Sanskrit, thakra means buttermilk. The buttermilk is blended with certain medicinal sauces depending on the existent's treatment conditions.
Thalam is a Cooling Ayurvedic remedy involving an herbal expression that's prepared by blending certain sauces in vegetable oil painting. This treatment follows a specific operating system and it's effective in treating diseases of the observance, nose, and throat (Ayurvedic Treatment for ENT diseases). This remedy is believed to nourish brain cells. Medicated canvases are retained over the middle of the head using a knitter-made cap that holds the oil painting in place.
Thala Pothichil remedy
In the Ayurvedic Thala Pothichil remedy, an herbal paste is applied to the crown of your head by a trained therapist. The applied paste is traditionally made with buttermilk and medicinal sauces, and it'll have about 3 cm of consistency. Medicated oil painting is also poured into this groove. The paste walls are also covered with banana leaves. After 30-60 mins, the paste is removed, and also a gentle head massage is given.
Udwarthanam is a popular Ayurvedic deep towel massage & Ayurvedic Weight Loss remedy using special herbal maquillages. Udwarthanam is especially loved by women as this massage helps in breaking down the subcutaneous fat storehouse.