Kati Basti

Kati basti is a medicinal oil treatment for relieving tensions of the lower back.
The patient lays down on their stomach,  a ring is fixed on their back with a paste made of a special flour and water. The therapist poors very warm oil inside the circle, this sesame-based oil relieve all tensions and will penetrate deep into Ashti dhathu (the bone tiissues). The therapist must keep the oil very warm for 30 mn after which the patient receives a short massage with the same oil. A complete massage followed by a steam bath is highly recommended. 



Netra Basti

NETRA means Eye in Sanskrit
To fix the warm and liquid Ghee around the eyes, we use a paste made of special flours and water. This paste is sticky and will nourrish the muscles around the eyes.

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The 7 Dhathus

The human body consists of seven basic and vital tissues called Dhathus meaning in Sanscrit constructing element. These seven dathus are responsible for the entire structure of the body. The dathus maintain the functions of the different organs, systems and vital parts of the body. They play a very important role in the development and nourishment of the body. They are also part of the biological protective mechanism. With the help of AGNI, the principle of fire and assimilation, they are responsible for the immune mechanism.

Prakrutis

Every individual is unique and because ayurveda treats the patient and not the disease it is essential to know the patient's prakruti.

Presentation

The word Ayurveda comes from the two Sanskrit words Ayur meaning life and Veda meaning science.

Ayurveda

The word Ayurveda comes from the two Sanskrit words Ayur meaning life and Veda meaning science. Ayurveda can be translated as the science of life or the science to prolong life. According to the Indian tradition the first four objectives of human life are
DHARMA: To accomplish your destiny
ARTHA: To acquire wealth
KAMA: To satisfy your desire
MOKSHA: To be liberated
It is believed that in order to be in good health these four objectives need to be achieved.