The Best Kalarimarma Therapy
Ayurveda is well known for its detoxification practices. Known as Panchakarma, it is a highly refined approach that has been developed and practiced over thousands of years for the prevention and treatment of disease.
At our Centre we offer these therapies in 7-28 day programs. They are best for long-standing and chronic conditions, but can also be taken for prevention and longevity.The programs involve a combination of daily kalari chikitsa and ayurvedic treatments, supported by ayurvedic herbal medicine, diet and daily routine adjustments to work at a deeper level. Our comprehensive programs have three stages that include:
An initial consultation is required to customise the program to your needs. The seven day preparatory phase involves following a simple ayurvedic diet, taking ayurvedic herbal medicines and adjusting the daily routine. Preparing the body this way is essential to achieve maximum results from the daily treatments in the next stage.
Daily kalari chikitsa and ayurvedic treatments work at a deep level to cleanse the body of toxins and restore a healthy balance.The choice of treatments will be given depending on your condition. They can include ayurvedic massage, kalari marma massage, udvartana (powder/paste massage), a range of kizhi treatments, shirodhara, herbal steam therapy and more.
After the in-clinic treatments, it’s important to continue the herbal medicine, diet and daily routine adjustments for at least a week. This restoration stage supports and enhances the effects of the previous two stages of treatment.
Below are examples of some of the treatments available. As well as treating specific physical complaints, the treatments have a powerful detoxifying effect. The treatments will be combined to suit the individual, the condition and length of the course.
Kalari Marma Massage is an ancient south Indian warrior massage specially developed to treat and prevent injuries and pain-related conditions.
Ayurvedic massage is a deeply rejuvenating and balancing treatment involving the application of warm herbalised oil to your body.
Udvartana is a treatment in Ayurveda in which specially prepared herbal paste or herbal powder is massaged over the body. It is a treatment used to support weight loss or detoxification programs.
Shirodhara involves the pouring of warm herbalised oil over your forehead from a hanging pot. This induces an experience of deep relaxation to rest and calm your mind. It is an effective treatment for reducing stress and nervous tension.
Navara Kizhi is an Ayurvedic treatment used to nourish and strengthen the joints, muscles and soft tissue while providing relief from pain.
Shiro Abhyanga, commonly known as Ayurvedic Head Massage, involves massaging the head with warm herbalised oil to calm and balance your mind and nervous system.
Dhanyamla Dhara is an Ayurvedic decoction bath, where a constant rhythmic stream of herbalised liquid is poured and massaged over the body. A relaxing treatment, it is used to support weight loss or detoxification programs.
Pizhichil, also known as Ayurvedic oil bath, is a treatment where a continuous flow of herbalised oil is squeezed and massaged over the body. It has a soothing and relaxing effect while also removing toxins from the body.
Bashpa Swedana is a traditional herbal steam therapy in Ayurveda. This treatment often follows a massage to further relax your body, reducing pain and stiffness. It also promotes the elimination of toxins through the sweat.