Main Benefits


Strengthens the immune system

Calms the mind

Improves circulation

Removes tension

Supports digestion

Removes old age and fatigue

Improves eye sight

Induces deep sleep

Strengthens the skin


What is Ayuvedic Massage?


Ayurvedic massage is a key part of Ayurvedic therapy. Just as a machine needs to be oiled, the body loves to have its largest organ, the skin, soothed, which is why large quantities of warm therapeutic oils are used in Ayurvedic massage. Its calm approach means that you are not only induced into a deeply relaxed state during the massage; regular massage assists the body in self healing, generally makes life more joyful and helps keep at bay the effects that everyday stresses and strains can have on our minds and bodies.


Your Ayurvedic massage begins with a warm oil massage to work through any areas of tension or knots. Massage strokes vary from deep and active with strong pressure to superficial, delicate stroking or pinching/kneading of the small muscles with the finger and thumb. These follow the flow of energy channels and nerve pathways.

Marma Madana

Ayurvedic massage is performed with an acute awareness of the marmas and chakras. Marmas are vital points similar to acupressure points, and when manipulated correctly, they revitalise the entire body. There are 107 major marma points and it is at these areas that pain and weaknesses tend to congregate. The fingers are used to stimulate these points promoting physical and mental rehabilitation.


According to the ancient system of Tantra, the human body has seven subtle centres of consciousness, or chakras, five of which are specified along the spinal column, where the three major energy channels intersect. According to Ayurveda, each chakra nourishes particular organs and controls various psycho-physiological aspects of our being. When they are blocked, physical disease ensues. Ayurvedic oil massage opens and cleanses these energy channels so the current can flow freely, helping to re-balance and release pent-up emotions.

Pinda Sweda

​Hot herbal poultices are applied to the body to draw out any inflammation, body toxins, water retention or excess body heat. It also helps relieve pain, stiffness and swelling; improves movement in the joints and blood circulations; and soothes the nerves. Pinda sweda is especially beneficial for arthritis; tired, sore or aching muscles.

Ayurveda regards each individual as unique so the massage techniques and therapeutic oils used depend on any presenting conditions.

Please check the list of contraindications for Ayurvedic massage (FAQs) before booking and contact Sarah if you have any concerns.

What Can Ayurveda Help Treat?


Ayurvedic massage is therapeutically used for many conditions, as a cure or a means of providing relief, promoting recovery from injury and illnesses, such as:

  • Muscle and joint pain

  • Inflammatory conditions

  • Water retention

  • Bad posture

  • Asthma and other respiratory problems

  • Skin conditions

  • Excess sweating

  • Circulatory problems

  • Digestive disorders

  • Obesity and eating disorders

  • Stress, anxiety, depression

  • Exhaustion and lethargy

  • Migraine and headaches

  • Insomnia and sleep-related problems

Price List


Full Body Massage (2 hours 30) - £90

Upper Body De-Stress (90 mins) - £60

Back Massage (75 mins) - £50

Head Massage & Facial (60 mins) - £40

Legs & Feet Massage (60 mins) - £40


Body Scrubs - from £10

Therapeutic Oil Treatment - from £10

Reiki Treatment - £30

Discounts available for regular treatments

Get in touch for more information​​

Full Body Massage

The Full Body Massage includes:
- Back, neck and shoulders
- Arms & hands
- Legs & feet
- Stomach
- Head
- Facial

Techniques used include:
- Abyanga (warm oil massage)
- Marma point massage
- Chakra massage (back only)
- Hot poutice massage (back, neck, shoulders, arms, legs, feet)

Price - £90
(2 hours 30mins)
Upper Body De-Stress

The Upper Body De-Stress Massage includes:
- Back, neck and shoulders
- Arms & hands
- Head (with warm oils)
-*Facial* (cream) - not currently available

Techniques used include:
- Abyanga (warm oil massage)
- Marma point massage
- Chakra massage (back only)
- Hot poutice massage (back, neck, shoulders, arms)

Price - £60
Back Massage
The Back Massage includes:
- Back, neck and shoulders
- Arms & hands

Techniques used include:
- Abyanga (warm oil massage)
- Marma point massage
- Chakra massage
- Hot poutice massage

Price - £50
Head Massage & Facial

The Head Massage & Facial includes:
- Head Massage (using warm therapeutic oils)
- Relaxing and rejuvenating facial (using a suitable cream or oil)

The head and face contain many marma points which are massaged for a deep relaxing experience.

Price - £40
Legs & Feet Massage

The Legs & Feet Massage includes:
- Back of the legs
- *Front of the legs* - front of the thighs currently not included
- Feet
- Buttocks can be included for conditions such as sciatica

Techniques used include:
- Abyanga (warm oil massage)
- Marma point massage
- Hot poutice massage

Price - £40
Therapeutic Oil Vasti
A therapeutic oil treatment can be included with your massage, especially beneficial for:
- Back pain and sciatica
- Arthritic pain and joint stiffness
- Joints that require lubrication
- Releasing emotions

A large quantity of hot, concentrated, therapeutic oil is held in place for up to 20 minutes, to allow the oil to penetrate deeper into the area of concern, prior to being massaged.

Get in touch to add this treatment to your massage - price from £10 (dependent on oils used and area covered)
Body Scrub Treatment
Natural body scrub treatments can be added to your massage, suitable for the back, shoulders, arms and legs. Benefits include:
- Reduces toxins
- Reduces excess cellulite & fat
- Strengthens & tones the skin
- Improves skin complexion, texture & glow
- Prevents skin disease

Choose a dry scrub or a paste.

Get in touch to add this treatment to your massage (price from £10).
Reiki Session
Reiki is not an Ayurvedic treatment, it originates from Japan as a gentle holistic, non-intrusive healing technique which uses spiritual energy to treat physical ailments without manipulation or massage.

However, Sarah is a Reiki Master and the Reiki healing energy naturally flows through her palms when carrying massage which offers an additional element to her treatments, providing natural healing and harmonising the body, mind and soul, leaving you feeling deeply relaxed and serene.
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COVID-19 Safety Measures


​The following safety measures are currently in place and Sarah will be monitoring the risks and government guidance on a daily basis. Therefore, all treatments booked are be subject to cancellation or change at any time (with a full refund offered).

  1. A maximum of one treatment appointment is available per day (unless from the same household).
  2. Strictly by appointment only - email Sarah to book (
  3. Face-down treatments only (e.g. back of the body massage). 
  4. The pre-massage consultation takes place by email prior to the appointment to minimise face contact time. Please provide as much information as you can to help Sarah select the most appropriate oils and techniques.
  5. Customers are contacted 1-2 days before the appointment with a COVID-19 symptom checker. If any symptoms are present, if you or anyone you have been in contact within the past 14 days has tested positive for the virus, if you have been contacted through NHS Test and Trace within the past 14 days and asked to self-isolate, or if you have travelled to a country or area of the UK in the past 14 days that is classed as high risk and under local-lockdown measures, then the appointment must be re-scheduled.
  6. The NHS Test and Trace system is in operation. Please scan the code on entry using your smartphone app. Where this is not possible, Sarah will log your contact details for Test and Trace purposes.
  7. Hand sanitiser is available at the door to use on entry/exit (also available in the therapy room and bathroom).
  8. 2m social distancing applies in the building before and after treatments.
  9. A face shield and mask is worn by Sarah during treatments.
  10. Customers are invited to wear a face mask in the building but able to remove it during treatment (optional).
  11. Disposable towels are used for areas in contact with the skin (e.g. on the massage bed). Cotton towels can be placed over clothing for added comfort/warmth where required.
  12. Water is offered during treatments but you are welcome to bring your own refreshments if preferred.
  13. A full clean of all surfaces takes place between appointments and the building is well ventilated.
  14. Home treatments are also available throughout the Rame Peninsula (£10 surcharge for travel and expenses).

St Andrews Street,

Millbrook, Cornwall,

PL10 1BE

Ayurveda & Yoga