Loosening toxins through Abhyanga (Oleation) Abhyanga or herbalised oil therapy, is performed by therapists working is harmony on each part of your body. You will find that Abhyanga alone has a very soothing and healing effect. The types of oils used and the way they are prepared means that they are quickly and easily absorbed deep into your body tissues and cells. Here they have the chance to soften and draw out any toxic material that has accumulated in there.
Abhyanga has deep-healing effects naturally rejuvenating the whole body by:
- Increasing tissue strength
- Improving circulation of blood and lymphatic system
- Inducing sound sleep
- Promoting vitality
- Pacifying Vata imbalance
- Reducing stress and removing toxins
Abhyanga provides the means for transdermic absorption of the healing qualities of the material used in therapy and it helps the skin, which is the largest organ in the body; perform its various functions efficiently, whether it is allowing toxins to be released from the body or nourishment to be absorbed by the tissues
Abhyanga has a positive impact on the whole body physically, mentally and emotionally while balancing the doshas. Its flow of motion helps to relieve joints and muscles from stiffness and makes all body movements free. This Stimulating treatment will increase blood circulation that successively encourages fast removal of metabolic wastes, whereas providing comfort to illness like anxiety, fatigue, circulatory disorders, rheumatic, inflammatory diseases, backaches and injuries. Synchronized therapy is also beneficial in preventing wrinkles and scales, improving skin texture and complexion, curing spondylitis sleep disorders, paralysis, improving physical consistency, including sound sleep, increasing general sense of well being and life span.
Abhyanga could be a part of the daily routine instructed by Ayurveda. Abhyanga is to encourage absorption of oils used in the therapy to various layers of the skin, which aids and improves the functions of the skins, such as release of toxins, or absorption of nutrition.