Do you suffer from back pain?

Preparation for a Kati basti treatment.

An Ayurvedic treatment where warm medicated oil is pooled on a painful area on the body.
Great for knee, back, neck and other musculoskeletal pain.
The oil is held in a ring of dough (maintained at a certain temperature)which increases blood flow and improves tension to the targeted area. The treatment is followed by Nadi sveda a herbal localised steam. Your Lakshmi Ayurveda Therapist will administer the relaxing treatment in one of our beautiful therapy rooms for your healing 👐🏼wonderful to treat lumbar sacral pain, neuromuscular disorders, sciatica, lumbar spondylitis, menstrual pains….. a consultation is advised prior to the treatment. We love to welcome you. With love your Lakshmi team 💖#gridhrasi #sciatica#backpain #menstrualcramps #lowerbackpain#janubasti#kneepain #neckpain #katibasti #authenticayurveda #lakshmi#lakshmiayurveda

Have you experienced a Shirodhara treatment?

Shirodhara is by far the most iconic treatment of Ayurveda. It is considered the King of all treatments, as it treats a wide variety of conditions in Ayurvedic clinical practice.

The name Shirodhara, comes from the two Sanskrit words Shiras meaning ‘head’ and Dhara meaning ‘to pour’. This deeply relaxing and nurturing treatment involves the continuous pouring of warm medicated oil over the forehead, using a pot with a tap that controls the flow of oil. The oil is gently poured from side to side across the forehead, at times resting over the midpoint of the forehead.

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What an amazing week we had at Lakshmi Ayurveda’s first Abhyanga and shirodhara therapist training course. Congratulations to all the wonderful participants learning these ancient healing therapies. Our participants brought so much knowledge with them which made it an incredible week of sharing 🙂

With love the Lakshmi Ayurveda team 🌼

PS: our next course dates will be released soon. More course pictures and videos will follow soon.
We wish you a beautiful Sunday

Would you like a foot bath and a warm salted lemon 🍋🍋🍋 foot 🦶scrub prior to your Ayurvedic treatment?

A footbath was traditionally offered to visitors after a long journey.
It is often given before the Abhyanga oil massage.
If this is done before a treatment it benefits more than just the feet it revitalises the nervous system, improves the circulation and provides a feeling of wellbeing.

A warm salted lemon 🍋 foot cleanse will help to draw out toxins and has a grounding effect.

grounding
purifying
reduces inflammation
activates Apana Vayu

For more information or treatment bookings email: info@lakshmiayurveda.com.au

With love your Lakshmi Ayurveda team 🍃🍋🍋🍋🍃
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The weather has been warm, beautiful and full of sunshine. If your facial skin feels slightly heated and reddish try a cooling and calming Pitta mask with our Ayurvedic kansa wand facial treatment.

This Pitta mask contains
Masoor and almonds granules, rose petals, manjistha, usheer, ananta, chandana and Indian clay.
Ayurvedic face packs are toning, exfoliating, revitalises and conditions the skin.

A paste with coconut milk or rose water is made and applied to the face while the face pack is cooling your facial skin, you will receive an oil massage on your arms.
What a bliss ☺️
With love from the Lakshmi Ayurveda team 💖🍃🍃🍃💖

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Have you heard of Aragwadha (Cassia fistula)?

Aragwadha is a Sanskrit word that literally means that which eliminates or destroys the disease.

Charaka has categorised it as kusthaghna (anti dermatoses), kandughna (anti pruritic) and also recana (laxative). It’s Ayurvedic properties are rasa (taste) sweet and it has a cold potency (virya). It has Vatapitta (reducing) qualities also Samshramana (bowel cleansing attributes).

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