The practice of cleansing is considered a vital part of an Ayurvedic lifestyle, with great potential for improved energy, strength, and immunity, as well as a renewed love of life. At its root, an Ayurvedic cleanse improves the strength of agni (the metabolic fire) in the GI tract and throughout the body by resting and purifying the digestive system.
It is like Snehana is an independent upakarma,as a purvakarma(post operative) measures generally done after Pachana and snehana, before administration of sodhana treatment,pradhanakarma(main procedures) like Vamana, Virechana,etc.
Indian head massage is based on the ayurvedic system of healing used widely in Asia which has been practiced in India for over a thousand years. It provides Indian families with relaxation and healing on a daily basis, as well as playing a part in rituals such as weddings and births, not to mention everyday events like a trip to the barber.
This unique therapy relieves aches and pains with a special herbal dough filled with warm herbal oils. The dough is placed on the area of the discomfort, relaxing the muscles and relieving pain, particularly the lower back (kati).