Marma Massage… Healing mind body and soul
In North India, marma massage is routinely used as a preventative treatment.
Marma massage …
In North India, marma massage is routinely used as a preventative treatment. Applications for marma massage include treatment for stroke victims, helping to clear obstructions that hinder effective communication between muscle, nerve and brain, making it easier for the brain to re-learn how to control and co-ordinate muscles and nerves. In turn, this makes it easier for someone to live a normal, independent life. Massage is also good for cellular cleansing and regeneration and healing memories that otherwise disturb mind-body balance.
Marma massage is part of the classical Ayurvedic tradition, dating back thousands of years. The word ‘marma’ means vital points, of which there are 107 on the body where flesh, veins, arteries, tendons, bones, and joint meet up. Marma therapy focuses on blocked marma points, cleansing them through finger massage stimulation to increase blood flow to affected part of parts of the body and help tune the mind-body nexus. It is a unique form of therapy and can be used for both preventive treatment and self-care. Remember that if symptoms persist, they can lead to a chronic illness and even death, and so they should never be ignored. If no benefit is felt from self-help therapy, always seek professional help.
Essentially, marma points connect with the nervous system, linking body and brain to help reduce stress and a range of other benefits. Therapeutic applications include use for stroke victims, with the aim of clearing away obstructions and helping the brain relearn control and coordination of mind and body. By calming the mind and cultivating healing energy in the body, marma massage can help with the following:
o Dizziness, numbness and tingling in the fingers and toes
o Lack of energy, physical weakness, and headaches
o All kinds of pain (such as back, neck, shoulder and headache)
o Numbness and metallic taste in the mouth
o Tingling fingers or toes
o Nervousness and anxiety
o Stress at work and home
o Lack of energy and general weakness
Disclaimer: we do not make any health benefit claims. For Medical advice consult your doctor and qualified health professional.