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Kairali Ayurvedic Spa featured in Ravishing Magazine
Kairali Ayurvedic centre and its healing rejuvenating massages were featured in the beauty magazine Ravishing July 2012.The article is about the need of a good massage in themonsoon season as the body becomes more lethargic and agood massage not only pampers body and enlivens it but also takes care of the skin. Ravishing is a monthly magazine, which focus on beauty, fashion and lifestyle; it is a perfect read for the elite and intellectual masses of the society. It has positioned itself as a modern and contemporary magazine, which gives new look to the society through the vast knowledge on today’s lifestyle.
Bust Stress with Spa

With the changing lifestyles and schedule getting busier, stress has taken a toll in our lives. Unless you are one of those few fortunate who have no stress, this demon exists in everyone?s life. But to de-stress and pamper yourself, spa is waiting for you. Know the best spas massages for monsoon with TANIYA DUTTA

There would be hardly anyone who would not love to look good and those who feel otherwise are surely lying. With a super hectic lifestyle and to-12 hours of work schedule, no one has time for their body. But let?s face it, we all love to be pampered and when we think of pampering our body, spa is the instant remedy that comes to the mind. Spas provide a feel good factor and a delight lo the senses with visual, hearing and musk, scented candles, petals, soft lighting and essential oils.

With the monsoon season in, the need for spa rises as the body becomes more lethargic and it needs to arouse. During monsoon, blame it on the weather, people rarely move out or feel active. Also the weather brings multiple skin allergies. A good massage not only pampers body and enlivens it but also takes care of the skin.

Pawan Kamra, BUM, Kairali Ayurvedic Centre says, there is lot of humidity during the monsoon season as the tridoshas (Vata, Pita & Kapha) present in the human body tend to rise. To balance the doshas and prevent the body from diseases, a good Ayurvedic massage should be taken at least once a week.

?These Ayurvedic massages help to maintain the doshas present in the body and when the body is five from disease, the skin looks youthful & firm. It also helps in nourishing and moistening the skin? adds Kamra.
?Spas are very soothing but one should be careful and have knowledge of their body while undergoing Spa.
?It is important to tell your doctor if you are pregnant or have heart disease, blood pressure, diabetes or any other ailments as he will suggest you the right treatment.
?Find the dosha and body type from the Ayurveda expert and what diet you should follow.
?After the treatment, relax in a long chair and enjoy the feeling. Have a shower and relaxed meal later.
?Children are usually not allowed to enter the spa facilities. However there are kid?s corners to keep them busy.

Whereas Recta Juneja, Spa Consultant says that there is a need of spa treatments and rituals throughout the year. Skin needs to be taken care all the time due to various causes such as too many fats or sugars, over exposure to the sun, drastic weight fluctuations, lack of sleep, not enough exercise and of course weather changes and many other reasons according to one?s situation and lifestyle.

She adds ?I would say especially for India (Delhi). Monsoon skin and hair conditions havesuffered intense damage due to heat wave and massive dust storms. Skin becomes very dry and tends to get blackheads which arc most common for blemishes.?

Kamra says that while all the spas are suitable for every season, during monsoon, there are therapies in Ayurveda which are good to be taken in Monsoon such as Abhyangam, Sirodhara, Herbal Facial & Face Pack, Takaradhara, Podikizhi etc.

Abhyangam is a soothing massage performed by one or two therapists who drizzle warm herbal oil on the body, then massage it in with brisk, often long and flowing movements. The warmth of the oil and the brisk movements are designed to drive the herbs into the body, which has a detoxifying effect.

The Shirodhara is an element of Ayurvedic medicine which today combines ancient Ayurvedic wisdom with modern health-and-beauty techniques in a winning spa combination. The word shirodhara breaks down into two ideas, ?shiro? meaning head, and ?dhara? means flow. Together they form a concept that aims to bring physical and emotional balance by rejuvenating the spirit and preserving health. This is achieved through a relaxing technique in which warmed oil is poured over a client?s forehead, followed by head and shoulder massage and a warming body wrap to seal in moisture.

Juneja says, -According to me, body scrubs and body wraps are best skin nourishes in monsoon. During a smith massage metabolism is stimulated, cells are oxygenated. Toxins are flushed out, thereby casing fluid mention and cellulite as well as removing dead cells from the skin?s surface. Afterwards skin becomes smooth and radiant and Wrap is to enhance the scrub process.

Not only our body but our facial skin too needs a good massage. For face, Juneja suggests that though this is an individual preference or recommendation by beauty expert?s according to their skin type and skin condition. Still it?s great to use watermelon & honey facial which has fresh cucumber known for its cooling properties on the skin.

?Watermelon and yoghurt are gentle exfoliators and skin coolers and honey is a good nourishing and hydrating ingredient. This is more of a home spa so the fresh ingredients can be used.Crush watermelon slice to cleanse eye and lips amt. face and whereas use yoghurt and honey to cleanse neck. Tone with cucumber juice, and then exfoliate with almond and Aloe Vera mix. Leave for 10 seconds on the face and neck then gently massage and remove it. Massage the skin with almond oil and aloe juice and then apply the oatmeal and milk mask over the face for 10 minutes. Wash off the face, apply vitamin E capsule, pierced, on to the face to moisturize?, adds Juneja.

Published on : July 2012

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