Ancient Indian Treatments
Generally in healthcare, sometimes people rely on the ancient science for treating chronic ailments to avoid side effects arising from the usage of modern techniques. And as the saying goes "old is gold", so is the ancient Indian portfolio of Leo Juventa, which includes Naturopathy, Yoga and Ayurveda treatments.
Warm medicated herbal oils are streamed onto the forehead and scalp. Shiro means head and dhara is a flow. The oil doused on your head now shares the bliss with the entire body as you lay there soaking up the oil. Ideal for those with eye ailments, premature graying of hair, insomnia, hearing problems, also for those who are new to the spa treatment regime.
A signature therapy to correct aches due to bad postures at work and home. It's an ancient solution to a contemporary problem, which also has a therapeutic effect on the joints.
A purification session for all the five sensory organs. The nostrils, eyes, ears, mouth and tongue are cleansed with special medicated oil followed by a full classic Ayurvedic massage for the rejuvenation of your skin.
A full body Ayurvedic massage done in classic Kerala style by a therapist using warm, medicated herbal oil and massaging it in rhythmic, gentle strokes with the whole palm. Ideal for insomniacs, new moms, stressed out souls and those looking for a good night's sleep.
It’s a traditional massage using a muslin pouch containing njavara rice, a brown rice imported from Kerala, cooked with a decoction of milk and medicinal herbs. The goodness of herbs and the warmth of the rice act on your skin pores and nerve endings to give a new lease of life to the weary soul. Ideal for those battling lethargy in the body.
A highly rejuvenating and detoxifying treatment, Podikhizi uses herbal powders tied in a muslin cloth, dipped in therapeutic oil and tapped / stamped all over the body. It is beneficial in joint pains, rheumatoid arthritis and toxin elimination. This is also popular in fat loss treatments as toxins are eliminated through water (sweat). Also the treatment is ideal for those looking for body-to-toe cleansing.
If all that you need right now is a shot of energy and gallons of stamina, this one's for you. In this method, the therapist makes you lie on a specially designed tub where, hot/cold/neutral water will be sprayed on to your spine. Slowly, surely and warmly, the water boosts your spine.
Treatments For Beauty Enhancement
This traditional treatment acts on crucial energy areas in your hands, wrists, arms, soles, feet, calves and shins to release tensions. Feet and hands are soaked in herbal oils and followed by marma point massage. It gives a wake-up feeling and complete body overhaul. It is ideal for those suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome, who work on the keyboard or walk around a lot.
Elakhizi herbal heat revival
Elakizhi is an ancient Indian treatment that uses a steamed muslin pouch containing special leaves of immense curative value and traditional herbal oils. With every touch, your body feels lighter and energetic. The massage increases blood circulation, thereby promoting increased perspiration, which aids in elimination of toxins.
Udvartanam (herbal powder massage)
This treatment uses a special purifying herbal powder that is massaged in a specific rhythmic motion. It helps in eliminating numbness in limbs, reduces weight by increasing metabolism and improves blood circulation. It is ideal for those who want to lose weight and also for those who want to enhance their skin texture.
Ancient Indian hair therapy
A traditional Indian head massage with oil that stimulates hair root follicles to reduce or arrest hair fall, to prevent premature graying of hair and dandruff. Its followed by hair pack with ancient Indian herbs and yoghurt.
Ancient Indian infusion manicure
Traditional Indian spice massage with relaxing bath It's a traditional Indian massage done with rice powder, cardamom and dried ginger powder. Depending upon the skin type the above powders are mixed with rose water or milk or olive oil. It is then followed by a spinal bath or hip bath.
Ancient Indian infusion pedicure
Allow your hands to bask in the scent of jasmine incense as they are soaked in goats milk and jasmine oil with rose petals to soften the skin. Its followed by a scrub of an aromatic blend of chickpea flour, rose oil, yoghurt & turmeric and then massaged with a thick layer of hand mask that contains a blend of double cream, yoghurt, rose oil and jasmine oil. Finally, washed in fresh rose water, hands are massaged with vitamin E and chamomile.
Traditional Indian spice massage with relaxing bath
It's a traditional Indian massage done with rice powder, cardamom and dried ginger powder. Depending upon the skin type the above powders are mixed with rose water or milk or olive oil. It is then followed by a spinal bath or hip bath.