Ayurvedic Treatments

Ayurveda is one of the oldest healing systems in the world, dating back around 5000 years! Most people know about Yoga, which is a branch of they Ayurvedic healing system. However there is so much more to it, and one of the best ways to balance yourself back to a state of health (or to maintain health) is to receive regular body treatments.

There are many Ayurvedic Treatments one can receive and they each hold different properties and have different purposes. The ones we offer include: 

$95/60 min    

It is a session with a lot of rhythm and can be considered 'vigorous' (similar to a sports massage but with more of a flow). It is stimulating for the system which can help with detoxification and lymphatic drainage. The session is done with dosha specific oils. 

$65 add on to other session (approx 20 min), as a solo treatment $108

A powerful Ayurvedic treatment for calming the mind and body. A warm stream of sesame oil is poured over the third eye and forehead in a specific directed movement. It is recommended for a scattered mind, insomnia, nervousness, anxiety, mental tension or stress. 

This can be done as an individual treatment or an addition to massage


Garshana Abhyanga Swedhana
$135 90min (price will increase to $150 after Jan 1, 2019)

This is an Ayurvedic treatment in three steps. The first is dry brushing the skin with raw silk gloves. This technique improves blood and lymph circulation, exfoliates the skin, and alkalizes the blood. Next, a traditional heavy oil body massage is performed with sesame oil. Fresh lemon and sea salt scrub is applied to the feet, along with warm castor oil. Specific Marma points are worked on the head and torso. During this time, Nasya (nose) and Karna Purna (ear) oil treatments are also done. Lastly, a specially made steam tent covers and warms your body. A cool lemon scented towel covers your face.

Individualized Grounding Treatment
$95  75min

An individualized body treatment tailored to your constitution. Specific herbal oils are used. Warm or cool rocks, sand packs, and/or essential oils can be used.