Kansa Wand facial treatment at Lakshmi Ayurveda Appointments available with Natalie Thursday- Saturday.

The pressure of everyday life can be shown in our facial muscles. Without releasing this tension, certain thoughts and emotions can become habitual, locking into the expression of our faces. The Aurvedic facial not only makes your skin glow, but also helps to melt away tension.

Only an Ayurvedic facial treatment will give you the opportunity to experience the wonders of Kansa wand treatment – The rejuvenating Indian Healing metal.

About Kansa:

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Have you had an Ayurvedic Pulse assessment before?

The Art of Reading the Pulse – Nadi Vijnanam

Ayurveda is the art of daily living in harmony with the laws of nature with the aim of maintaining the optimum health of a healthy person and treat disease when suffering from ill health.
Swasthasya swasthya rakshanam
Aaturasya vikar prashamanam

For this purpose, we need to have an understanding of the persons health. One mean to obtain is, is the understanding of the pulse. This technique is called Nadi vijnanam.
Nadi meaning pulse and vijnanam means understanding, comprehension or knowledge.
Nadi also means a river of live expressed through the pulse.

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Thank you to our client and friend for sharing her Panchakarma experience and placing trust in us. From our hearts we love what we do at Lakshmi Ayurveda and we are looking forward to welcoming you. With love 💓

Panchakarma testimonial:

I was lucky enough to have searched up Lakshmi Ayurveda and had actually no idea of Ayurvedic

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Your Ayurvedic experience begins with an in-depth consultation.

An initial consultation will involve an in-depth interview analysing all aspects of your complaint or ailment – be it mental or physical – your Ayurvedic constitutional type (Prakriti) and any imbalance (Vikruti) will be assessed.
The consultation also includes evaluating the pulse (Nadi Vijnanam), tongue diagnosis as well as skin, hair and facial analysis. Your digestive capacity (digestion and food absorption) will be assessed as well as signs and symptoms of Ama (digestive toxins).

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Try a Padabhyanga (foot massage )before you go to bed tonight.

As the snake 🐍 doesn’t approach the 🦅 eagle, so disease doesn’t affect the person who massages his feet before sleeping.

Massaging your feet before bedtime promotes a tranquil sleep. 😴😴😴

Padabhyanga with tila thailam (sesame oil)or ghrta (ghee) calms the Vata Dosha and has a strengthening effect on Chakshurindriya (sense of sight).

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Shankha Marma therapy is a wonderful way to calm the Pitta Dosha.

Did you know: the Shankha (temple) Marma strongly pacifies Pitta? Gently massage your Shankha Marma with Brahmi, Jatamamsi or Sandalwood oil (avoid heavy pressure).

Location: At the temple, slightly posterior to the eye brows. Shankha translated as conch, derives its name from that the temporal bone resembles part of a conch shell.

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