In sanskrit ‘Ayur’ means life and ‘Veda’ means knowledge.
It literally means ‘ the science of a happy and long life’.
This millenary health system offers us a great diversity of techniques to reset and maintain our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. It depends on the needs and desires of each person, his/her original biotype and its possible disequilibriums. .
The massage in Ayurveda has a purifying effect in the organism. It revitalizes the immune, respiratory, nervous, endocrine, circulatory, muscular, skeletal, digestive and lymphatic systems. In a mental and emotional level it enhances the self-esteem, patience, self-control, intelligence and inner strength.
Having a massage done consistently is key to obtain the great benefits it offers. There is no identical treatment for each person but a unique proposal for each person evaluated by the best professionals.

Abyanga (smeared with oil)

Abyhanga is the massage par excellence which Ayurveda offers us to recover and maintain our health. In the eastern culture it is done since the baby is born until the last day of the elder -making of it a habit as natural as taking a daily shower. It is recommended to incorporate it as a routine for the person’s profound wellbeing and rejuvenation as wells as preventing diseases.

  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Main Benefit: Prevents diseases.
  • Relax body and mind.
  • Rejuvenate
  • Detoxifies


The therapy of shirodhara consists in pouring without interruption a warm and soothing oil on the patient’s forehead. It can be mixed with herbs, milk or natural essences. This is done from a specific height during a certain time.

  • . Duration: 1,5 hours.
  • . Helps your mind rest
  • . It generates endorphins
  • . It restores the defense system of the organism

Swedana (herbal sauna)

Through sweat the organism eliminates impurities and toxins; that is why this technique is offered in therapies of profound detoxification. Steamed herbs are used to enhance its detoxifying properties and/or to induce some particular physical relief. Its regular use allows to prevent diseases, ailments and imbalances of the organism.

  • Duration: 1,5 hours (abyhanga massage is previously done)
  • Main benefit: Purification of the organism.
  • - It improves cardiovascular health.
  • - It relieves muscle and joint pain.
  • - It assists rejuvenation.

Marma Therapy (Corporal spots)

Marma in Sanskrit literally means ‘secret’ and it is the anatomical place where the muscles, veins, ligaments, bones and joints (mamsa, siram snayu, asthi and sandhi) are placed.

  • Duration: 1,5 hours.
  • . For this treatment, highly-concentrated natural essential oils are used while causing pressure on those spots. The pressure can vary and it depends on the result you wish to obtain.
  • . It gives you the opportunity to experience a powerful and dynamic transformation in the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual realms.

Garshana (exfoliation)

This technique consists in rubbing with gloves all the patient’s body with special movements which increase the body ph. The gloves are selected according to the person’s biotype. They can be the classic synthetic ones or they can be made of wool, silk or fabric.

  • Duration: 1,5 hours. (It is given after the abhyanga massage).
  • Main benefit: It alkalinizes the body (it decreases the body acidity).
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  • -Stimulates the lymphatic system.
  • -Benefits a better oxygenation of the epidermis.
  • -Eliminates the dead cells.
  • -Helps lose weight.

Pindas (encouragement of heat)

Its original name is ‘Pinda-Sweda’, in Sanskrit ‘pinda’ means ball or mass and ‘sweda’, sweat. The pindas are fabric gauzes filled with mineral herbs (sault, sand) which are soaked up with common as well as essential oils. They are then applied on the affected area, alleviating the pain and removing toxins deeply localized. Soft movements are done gently - increasing gradually in intensity so that the heat penetrates the body and allows the medicinal properties of the plants and oils to act over the physical tensions. This provides a profound relaxation to the muscles and tendons.

  • Duration: 1,5 hours. (It is combined with the abhyanga massage)
  • Main benefit: It alleviates tensions and contractures.
  • - It eliminates toxins.
  • - Profound relaxation.

Basti (heat rings - dough container)

‘Basti’ in Sanskrit means bladder or container. This technique consists in applying an oil or milk oil and/or special plant decoctions on the affected area. Rings made of organic wholewheat flour work as containers. They are perfectly sealed in order to put the liquid inside and progressively increase its heat until it reaches high temperatures. Bastis can be applied on the eyes, knees, heart, pelvis, back, thyroid, on the different energetic centers (chakras) - among other areas according to the patient’s needs.

  • Duration: 1,5 hour. (It is combined with the abhyanga massage).
  • Main benefit: It depends on the affected area.
  • Others: Multiple physical, mental and emotional benefits.
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Facial therapy (face treatment)

It is an integral therapy from the shoulders to the head. It includes exfoliation, massage with oil, marma therapy (energy points), vaporization, toning and facial mask.

  • Duration: 1,5 hours.
  • Main benefit: It cleans, nurtures and restaures the face skin.
  • It extracts impurities and regenerates cells.
  • It reduces and prevents eye bags, lines and deep wrinkles.
  • It stimulates the blood circulation.