The Scalp Steam Therapy

The Scalp Steam Therapy

Steam has been a technique of healing and relaxation since ancient times. Steam stimulates the immune system, lymphatic drainage, white blood cell count, circulation, mental clarity and muscle tone, while decreasing cellulite, stress toxins, pain and mental fatigue.

Steam Therapy is a deep conditioning treatment using water/steam, which is changed into vapor/steam form when heat is applied. The molecular size molecule penetrates the hair roots and fibers and releases moisture into the scalp thus allows scalp to cleanse, purify, open logged pores and release toxins.
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Wheatgrass Juice, Ayurveda Power Drink

Wheatgrass Juice, Ayurveda Power Drink

Wheatgrass is a humble weed that is a powerhouse of nutrients and vitamins for the human body. In the form of fresh juice, it has high concentrations of chlorophyll, active enzymes, vitamins and other nutrients. In fact, one ounce of wheatgrass juice is equivalent in food value to two and a half pounds of green leafy vegetables. Wheat Grass Juice naturally supports the body’s ability to cleanse itself & is one of the most nourishing foods in the world containing an easy to digest broad spectrum of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, proteins and antioxidants. To ensure optimum quality, we only use the concentrated juice from fresh Wheat Grass.
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Nuts, the Power Food

Nuts, the Power Food

“Nature has offered us wonderful small packaging of minerals and vitamins along with their disease fighting ability in the form of nuts. Ayurveda recommends a balanced intake of all six tastes – sweet, sour, salt, bitter, pungent and astrigent — to provide well-being and reduce cravings. Nuts in general are high in calories, but moderation is the key.
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Ayurvedic Workout

Ayurvedic Workout

“In Ayurveda, the first requirement for health, fitness and longevity is that the body’s life force or “prana” must flow effortlessly into every cell of the body. This is accomplished primarily via the breath. It is with the proper use of the breath during exercise that will bring harmony between the mind and body and create a measurable experience of calm and rejuvenation into each workout. Most of us do not realize that our body responds to exercise as an emergency. The fight-or-flight nervous system gets maxed out even during moderate exercise. This emergency response during each workout not only produces stress-fighting degenerative hormones but it is likely the key factor in Chronic Aversion To Exercise.
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