- Ancient Ayurvedic practice to help you decrease stress and increase overall vitality and wellbeing.
Join Neeta to learn an ancient Ayurvedic self-care practice that promotes total health and vitality!
Abhyanga is an ancient Ayurvedic self massage practice using warm oils to nourish our body, mind and spirit. We live in rapidly changing and what often feels like stressful times. This stress can build up in our body, creating imblance and affecting our health. Taking time for daily self-care supports us to be in a calm present state of being, it helps us to be more resilient and capable of finding creative solutions, and improves our overall mental, emotional and physical well-being.
Abhyanga is a nurturing practice that anyone can do and feel the immediate benefits.
BENEFITS OF ABHYANGA
Decreases the effects of aging
Helps support adrenal balance
Lubricates the joints
Reduces wrinkles and improves skin tone
Increases blood flow
Supports overall health and vitality
Abhyanga is beneficial for everyone
Abhyanga supports balancing of all DOSHAS
Vata Dosha it is especially grounding and relaxing;
Pacifies Pitta and stimulates Kapha
Your experience includes:
- History & benefits of Abhyanga
- Information on Abhyanga techniques & massage strokes
- Hands-on experience giving yourself an Abhyanga self-care massage
- Discussion on why dry brushing is good for you and how to include it with this self-care routine
- You will learn what your dominant dosha is and what massage oils are best for your dosha
- We will provide customized massage oils for each dosha that you can use during the workshop
- All the techniques you need to feel comfortable doing a full Abhyanga routine at home.
- We'll finish with an introduction to mudra movements leaving you feeling grounded, nourished, and vibrant from the inside out.
This 2-hour workshop is an experiential workshop where we practice a full Abhyanga routine as we learn. You will directly experience the benefits of this wonderful practice and know you can easily continue this nourishing self-care routine.
A daily Abhyanga practice restores the balance of the doshas enhancing well-being and longevity.
The Ancient Art of Ayurveda is India’s traditional system of medicine dating back over 5000 years. Ayurveda, which literally means the knowledge or wisdom of life, is the traditional medicine of India. Over the past decade, its popularity as an alternative or complement to Western Medicine has grown steadily.
The teachings of Ayurveda embrace the idea of balancing the body and mind through holistic practices, such as organic food choices, herbal remedies, oil therapies (Abhyanga), and yoga. This approach to living is based on understanding how the five elements of Ayurveda are defined within us and in our environment.
About Neeta Singh
Neeta Singh grew up in India, she now lives in Ashland Oregon; she is an Ayurvedic Wellness Coach and the founder of Neeta Naturals Ayurvedic Wellness and Skincare company. Growing up in India, Abhyanga was part of her normal routine. When Neeta moved to the Rogue Valley in 2003 she continued her Ayurveda practices as the foundation of her health and well-being. Neeta returns to India at least once a year to deepen her knowledge of Ayurveda. She has recently completed a formal training in Panchkarma in Kerala, India.
If you have questions about the workshop please contact me at email@example.com
Come learn a new technique of self-care, enjoy amazing oils, & practice Abhyanga
This class is for everyone who is hungry to bring wellness into their daily lifestyle practices. I am here to support your journey!
What to Wear:
Wear a pair of shorts, tank top or sports bra, and have a large towel that you do not mind getting oil on. We will be practicing an Abhyanga routine together. Choose clothing that you are comfortable in and that allows you easy access to legs, arms etc. Also make sure to have water with you so that you can stay hydrated!
It is recommended to eat at least 2 hours prior to the workshop.
If you are interested in an ABYHYANGA WORKSHOP please contact us for dates and times of the next offering