Relieve aching legs and feet and improve circulation with this Ayurvedic massage. With clear concise theory and practical, you will know how to start doing the Ayurvedic Leg, Foot and Knee massage straight away.
Ayurvedic Leg, Foot and Knee Massage DVD + Book
Relieve aching legs and feet and improve circulation with this Ayurvedic massage. With clear concise theory and practical knowledge, you will know how to start doing the Ayurvedic Leg, Foot and Knee massage straight away.
Bonus: Learn how to do a Potli pain relief massage.
This set includes the DVD ”How to do an Ayurvedic Leg, Foot and Knee Massage” and the accompanying book ”Secrets of How to do Ayurvedic Massages”
Foot massage has been practised in many cultures for centuries to promote health and well-being. Today, the Ayurvedic massage is considered a complementary and alternative medicine used by millions all over the world to relieve pain, reduce stress and anxiety, rehabilitate injuries and boost general health. Relaxing the body through foot massage may also prevent the harmful effects of stress from taking a toll on the body. A regular foot massage can offer protection against the many diseases that are associated with stress. Foot massage will also stimulate the lymphatic system and help prevent varicose veins.
Our legs and feet bear the weight of our entire body and are put under more and more strain each day. Gradually over a period of time, the muscles become tired and the feet will start to hurt. One of the best ways of relieving leg pain is by getting an Ayurvedic leg massage. A leg massage will allow the leg muscles to relax and heal. This is especially important after exercise or in jobs that involve a lot of standing or walking around. To pamper your feet and keep them strong and flexible, a weekly Ayurvedic foot massage will be enough to keep you happy.
This is ”highly recommended to those interested in any type of massage”
– Dr.A.Bhamra, author of Ayurveda Works.
The authors Ravi Bhanot and Sushma Bhanot are renowned in this field.” – Wendy Kavanagh, editor Massage World.
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