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ayurvedic massage balm: vata

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ayurvedic massage balm: vata

from 18.00

VATA BALM

Our VATA herbal massage formula in a solid dripless form available in a convenient portable tube or clinic jar.

This traditional favorite anchors the energy between nerves, brain and circulatory system through it's rich nutritive oils as well as via pranic and etheric values of aromatherapy.

It is recommended for high vata conditions including:

1. Times where centering, grounding & warming are called for
2. Stiffness in joints
3. Repetitive Stress Disorders such as carpal tunnel pain
4. Anxiety + Insomnia

 

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VATA BALM

Our VATA herbal massage formula in a solid dripless form available in a convenient portable tube or clinic jar.

This traditional favorite anchors the energy between nerves, brain and circulatory system through it's rich nutritive oils as well as via pranic and etheric values of aromatherapy.

It is recommended for high vata conditions including:

1. Times where centering, grounding & warming are called for
2. Stiffness in joints
3. Repetitive Stress Disorders such as carpal tunnel pain
4. Anxiety + Insomnia

 

Uses: Great for all types of bodywork, especially thermotherapies like hot stone massage and classic relaxation massage.

At home, apply at bedtime on temples, base of skull, neck spine and ankles for restful sleep, for tummy discomfort rub gently on belly, and use as desired anywhere for very dry skin.

Read below Ingredients for instructions on using in full body massage.

Ingredients: Organic dark sesame oil, beeswax and organic ghee (a dairy product from cow’s milk) triple infused with herbs: Amalaki, Asofoetida (Hing Resin), Bala Root, Bibitaka, Bilva, Calamus Root, Caraway Seed, Cardamom Seed, Labdanum, Cloves, Ginger Root, Haritaki, Jasmine absolute, Lavender Essential Oil, Licorice Root, Myrrh, Sariva, Rose Petals

FULL BODY ABHYANGA  WITH  BALM
DIRECTIONS

· Use the open part of your hand, rather than your finger tips, to massage your entire body. 

In general, use circular motions over rounded areas (joints, head) and straight strokes over straight areas (neck, long bones). Apply moderate pressure over most of your body and light pressure over your
abdomen and heart.

· Start with your head. Warm and soften a small amount of balm between your fingertips and massage it into your temples and scalp. Move on to the base of the skull and crown areas. Spend more time massaging your head than other parts of the body.

· Optional: Balm can feel too thick to massage over the entire face on a daily basis, but its very therapeutic in cold weather. Apply desired amount of balm to your face and outer ears.
Massage this area gently.

· Massage the front and back of your neck, and the upper part of your spine. At this point you may want to cover the rest of your body with a thin layer of warmed balm to give maximum time for it to soak in.

· Vigorously massage your arms, using circular motion on your shoulders and elbows and long, back-and-forth strokes on your upper arms and forearms.

· Now massage your chest and abdomen. Use a very gentle, circular motion over your heart and
abdomen. You can start in the lower right part of your abdomen and move clockwise toward the left lower part, to gently massage your intestines.

· Massage your back and spine the best you can.

· Massage your legs vigorously, using circular motions over your hips, knees and ankles.
Use long straight over your thighs and calves.

· Finally massage your bottoms of your feet. As with the head, you can spend more time on this important area of your body. Use the palm of your hand to massage the soles vigorously.

Allow absorption for 20 minutes before a warm bath or shower. During this time remain warm, avoiding chilling. Consider walking outdoors (in warm weather) or practicing gentle yoga