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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Best Practices Guide for Ayurvedic Massage – Part II


All of the illness or medicalconstraints and limitation should never be kept hidden from the therapist toavoid any possible hazard or to ensure safe treatment. It also includepregnancy element for women who may expect or already pregnant, shouldexplicitly convey to therapist so no harm is expected.

Having an Ayurvedic massage that last around 40-60minutes, therapist may ask you questions or say different mantras to make youfeel relaxed and are always according to your mindset so you may feelcomfortable. However, you should respond to therapist questions and let him orher know about you so that he or she may deliver a fruitful massage that isjust according to your skin and body type.

As Ayurvedic massages andtreatments are much oil therefore you should either ask the therapist about themassage type to know what to wear or in general you should wear such clotheswhich are dispensable or could be thrown away.

After finishing up with themassage, you may take long and leisure bath to remove all of oils and herbsetc. and should take cool drink to relax and take rest for some time.
Having regular Ayurvedic treatmentensures your balanced health and well-being apart from relaxation and overall improvedlifestyle.

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