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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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Marma therapy – third eye is called AJNA / STHAPANI Marma.

Ajna means order. This marma brings order in the body, mind and consciousness. Another name for this Marma is Sthapani, which is translated as establishment, steadiness or stability. It creates stability of the mind and steadiness in oneself.

Location

In the midline of the forehead, one angula above the nasa mula.

Actions
1. Regulates Tarpaka kapha
2. Enhances cerebral circulation
3. Relieves headaches
4. Improves concentration, memory and ADHD tendencies
5. Unfolds intuition and insight

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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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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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Have you done dry brushing before?

Benefits of Dry Brushing

Body brushing helps to remove fatigue, increase muscular tone and flexibility of the joints, improves blood circulation of different organs and skin, eliminates waste products through the skin, stimulates the nervous system, prevents old age and increases longevity. Great for a ‘Kapha’ person. Best to avoid if you are suffering from skin irritations. If you are a Vata constitution you might prefer a softer version called Garshana using silk gloves. Garshana gloves and body brushes are available at Lakshmi’s shop.

https://www.lakshmiayurveda.com.au/produ…/bass-body-brush-2/.

How to Dry Brush

Begin with your feet and brush vigorously in circular motions continuing up your legs, to your hands and arms. Brush your entire back (wherever you can reach) and abdomen area, shoulders and neck. Use circular clockwise strokes on the abdomen.

For any questions please email info@lakshmiayurveda.com.au.