Shirodhara Combined with Marma Massage, Yoga Niidra, and Steam Has a Profound Effect in Promoting Self-Healing
Posted on April 6 2014
Shirodhara is an Ayurvedic treatment during which the patient is placed on a wooden table and hot medicated buttermilk is continuously poured over the patient’s forehead. This brings about a deep state of relaxation with other effects. Shirodhara brings about complete physical rejuvenation and combined with steam treatment afterwards, detoxifies and refreshes the body. Try to memorize a yoga niidra CD and perform yoga niidra while undergoing Shirodhara. You will then simultaneously cleanse all Shakras and induce a complete mental rejuvenation along with the complete physical rejuvenation. Practice this combination repeatedly over a long period of time to see the health change. Shirodhara is often preceeded by a Marmic Massage, which is considered a medical massage as it drains the lymph nodes and activates the Marma Points of Ayurveda. Combining Marmic Massage, Shirodhara, Yoga Niidra, and a Steam Treatment revitalizes soul, spirt, body, and mind as well as triggers release through the Shakras. These treatments induce a deep state of calm and exploration and emptying of the deep recesses of the subconscious, promoting the emotional release required for a recovery in health.