パンチャカルマ – パンチャは「5」を意味し、カルマは「療法または手順」を意味します。パンチャカルマは、身体を浄化するための5つのアーユルヴェーダ療法を意味します パンチャカルマ トリートメントは、身体を解毒するのに効果的で、奇跡的なアーユルヴェーダの治療法です。

体は絶えず新陳代謝を経て、老廃物(毒素)が形成されます。これらの毒素は「アーム」として知られています。 このアームは、さまざまな病気の根本原因です。 パンチャカルマの手順は、身体に悪影響を与えることなく、効率的な方法で私たちの体からアムを取り除きます。一般的には次の器官から解毒されるといいます。汗腺、血管、尿路、腸です。




  • 身体を浄化する

  • 毒素の除去

  • 新陳代謝をあげる

  • 減量

  • 消化器系の機能を改善する

  • ブロックされたチャンネルを開く

  • 心と身体のリラクゼーション

  • 組織の若返り

  • 免疫力向上

  • ストレス解消

Explain Panchakarma

Panchakarma, an Ayurvedic therapy with 14 or 21 days of finely programmed detox and cleansing according to your constitution and condition. In Sanskrit, it means "five therapies", and we practice five types of detoxification and purification therapies to balance Dosha and aim to relieve stress and treat diseases.

Focus on

Our salon's Ayurvedic treatment goes beyond general relaxing massage, with Ayurvedic panchakarma (detox and cleansing) and abhyanga (massage before panchakarma), mainly for those who are in menopause. We focus on balancing the mind and body.

Are there any side effects?

No, there are no side effects. Initially, after the treatment, your body might experience a temperature rise and sudden fever. But this is a natural phenomenon as this is your body’s way of getting rid of the toxins. Few individuals can experience cold for few days as the herbs, and the oil use can cool your body. But these symptoms are very much temporary and should heal within a few days.

Ayurvedic massage is known as Abhyanga. The word ‘Abhyanga’ is composed of two Sanskrit words, Abhi and Anga. Abhi means ‘towards’ and Anga, in one of its meanings, refers to ‘movement’.

Abhyanga is a synchronized massaging of the body towards the direction of the movement of arterial blood. In practical terms it means massaging the body in the direction of the body hair. The scientific reason for this protocol may be to increase the blood flow towards the most distal parts of the body and avoid overwhelming the heart through increased venous return if the massage is done towards the heart, or in other words, in the direction opposite to that of the body hair.

Abhyanga may be done using oil, herbal powder, herbal pastes or ghee. It is a part of the dinacharya or the daily routine suggested by Ayurveda. It is used for relief of pain, stiffness and tiredness. It also forms an important part of snehana or oleation which is an indispensable prelude to panchakarma treatments, the five Ayurvedic detoxification therapies.

Abhyanga not only prepares the body for panchakarma, but also helps to mobilize the dosha from the periphery toward the core in order to get them eliminated through the body orifices. The Vata dosha is particularly pacified by Abhyanga but even Pitta and Kapha can be pacified using different massage mediums like ghee and herbal powders respectively. Abhyanga is considered an important treatment modality for balancing the dosha.

Abhyanga and other types of massage are the same in that both involve the basic manipulation techniques that have been developed through experience by different schools and have been passed on from generation to generation. Interestingly, Ayurvedic texts do not give details of the procedures involved in abhyanga but mention ‘samvahan’ which means gentle rubbing, ‘peedan’ which means pressing and squeezing and ‘mardan’ which means pressure massage, which corresponds to modern day massage techniques. Different abhyanga techniques have been developed over centuries. Marma massage and Kerala foot massage which were traditionally used to heal injured warriors were carefully guarded secrets. Now they are being taught to other seekers as well.


Abhyanga is a unique form of massage, originating in Ayurvedic medicine. Ayurvedic massage has tremendous benefits to the mind, body, skin and immune system. It involves copious amounts of oil and a unique two or one-therapist sequence that relaxes and softens the tissues. Delight your clients, friends or family with Ayurvedic massage, a balancing bodywork treatment for mind, body and emotions.