Ayurveda massages

Ayurveda is an ancient medical science. The word, ayurveda is composed of two words of Sanskrit, ayur (meaning life) and veda (meaning knowledge). Thus Ayurveda is a medical science of Ancient India. It deals with matters relating to health, day-to-day life and longevity (long life).

Ayurveda is a traditional system of medicine and medication, based on experience and observation. This system of medicine and medication is more than 3000 years old. According to mythological story, Dhanvanteri was the first physician to use ayurveda. In modern India also, Ayurveda is being used. It has also reached outside India in countries like the UAE and Saudi Arabia and several persons from other countries also take advantage of ayurveda.

In Ayurveda we view a person as a unique individual made up of five primary elements. The elements are ether (space), air, fire, water, and earth. Just as in nature, we too have these five elements in us. When any of these elements are present in the environment, they will in turn have an influence on us. The foods we eat and the weather are just two examples of the presence of these elements. While we are a composite of these five primary elements, certain elements are seen to have an ability to combine to create various physiological functions. Ether and air combine to form what is known in Ayurveda as the Vata dosha. Vata governs the principle of movement and therefore can be seen as the force which directs nerve impulses, circulation, respiration, and elimination. Fire and water are the elements that combine to form the Pitta dosha. The Pitta dosha is the process of transformation or metabolism. The transformation of foods into nutrients that our bodies can assimilate is an example of a pitta function. Pitta is also responsible for metabolism in the organ and tissue systems as well as cellular metabolism. Finally, it is predominantly the water and earth elements which combine to form the Kapha dosha. Kapha is what is responsible for growth, adding structure unit by unit. Another function of the Kapha dosha is to offer protection. Cerebral-spinal fluid protects the brain and spinal column and is a type of Kapha found in the body. Also, the mucousal lining of the stomach is another example of the Kapha dosha protecting the tissues. We are all made up of unique proportions of Vata, Pitta and Kapha. These ratios of the doshas vary in each individual; and because of this, Ayurveda sees each person as a special mixture that accounts for our diversity.

Ayurveda gives us a model to look at each individual as a unique makeup of the three doshas and to thereby design treatment protocols that specifically address a persons health challenges. When any of the doshas ( Vata, Pitta or Kapha ) become accumulated, Ayurveda will suggest specific lifestyle and nutritional guidelines to assist the individual in reducing the dosha that has become excessive. We may also suggest certain herbal supplements to hasten the healing process. If toxins in the body are abundant, then a cleansing process known as Pancha Karma is recommended to eliminate these unwanted toxins.



50 minutes – 320 kn

80 minutes – 380 kn

Whole body massage with hot oil. We offer 50 minutes of full body massage (head and face not included) and 80 minutes of full body massage (head and body included). Therapist adjust the pressure according to individual needs of every client.
EFFECT: Helps with all kinds of pain in muscles, back, joints etc.


50 minutes – 320 kn

Revitalizing massage of the whole body using hot oil. As the name says – this massage is beneficial for body rejuvenation, decreasing mental tension, it helps reduce sexual weakness, it increases energy etc.


20 minutes – 210 kn

Facial massage. The face is cleansed, followed by a relaxing massage with warm oil.
EFFECT: Relaxes, improves circulation, removes headache, reduces wrinkles …


30 minutes – 240 kn

50 minutes – 300 kn

Relaxing head and face massage with warm oil.
EFFECT: Relaxes, brings better memory, mental peace, relieves stress.


50 minutes – 320 kn

Relaxing and soothing massage with warm oil.
EFFECT: Helps to treat insomnia, hair loss and helps relieve stress on the area of ​​the neck and shoulders.


40 minutes – 260 kn

Massage all legs with warm oil.
EFFECT: It removes fatigue, revitalizes the nervous system and calms the mind.


30 minutes – 240 kn

50 minutes – 300 kn

A combination of Ayurvedic Foot Massage and Western Reflexology. This massage is a combination of powerful and relaxing massages.
EFFECT: It helps with insomnia, reduces stress, improves circulation and revitalizes all organs.


30 minutes – 240 kn

40 minutes – 300 kn

This massage performed just like Abhyangam, only it’s more concentrated on the back of the neck down to the lumbar part.
EFFECT: It helps with back pain and heals all sorts of muscular pain.

– All massages are performed with warm oil.
– Hair is often oiled after the massage.
– It is recommended to take a shower after the treatment, but it’s not necessary.
– The therapist adjusts the strength of the massage according to individual client’s needs.

All prices are expressed with VAT included..

These prices are for cash payment. If you are paying by credit cards, please note that 10 percent is added to current treatments prices.