Ayurvedic Healing Services

Ayurvedic Therapy is an ancient and healing science that dates back centuries. Combined with a healthy diet and lifestyle, these therapies guide the body towards balance and aid in the prevention of disease.

Ayurveda Body Work

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Abhyanga is a traditional Ayurvedic full body massage. Designed to be deeply relaxing and rejuvenating to mind and body. It is also beneficial to the nervous, circulatory, lymphatic and immune systems. Heated herbal oils are used according to your bio-elements or Doshas; Vata (air & ether), Pitta (fire & water), and Kapha (water & earth). Please note this is a friction based modality using a light touch with a generous amount of oil, great for hydrating your skin in the drying months.

*This traditionally includes breast tissue in the massage routine. This can be adapted at clients request.

Shirodhara (Third Eye)

Shirodhara and light massage (1 hour) – $135

Shirodhara Therapy Only (30 minutes) – $75

Nervous System Care

3 days in a row (1 hour) – $360

5 days in a row (1 hour) – $575

Shirodhara is a beautiful way to take your mediation practice deeper. A stream of warm herbal oil flows over the forehead and onto the third eye. Shirodhara helps sooth the mind and allows space for stillness, letting the mind go deeper into concentration and clarity. This treatment can work directly with calming the nervous system, aiding with insomnia, stress, anxiety, and depression. This classic Ayurvedic therapy stimulates the “third-eye” and has a wonderful hydrating affect on the scalp and hair. The session is ended with a wringing of excess oil out of your hair followed by a gentle neck and scalp massage.

*Due to the amount of oil it is advantageous to bring a towel or scarf for your ride home. Recommended to shower a few hours after treatment.

Gift Certificates Available

Contact us today for more information on ayurvedic therapies or to schedule an appointment.

About the Therapist

Eve Trapp

My dharma is focused on ayurvedic health. I am continuously learning from the teachings of those greats who came before us. Retired dancer.

Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) Graduate of Pittsburgh School of Massage Therapy, AMTA member.

Ayurveda Massage & Body Therapist (AMBT) California College of Ayurveda, NAMA member.

Reiki 2 Practitioner

Meditation enthusiast.

A student of life.

200hr Vinyasa Krama Yoga Teacher Certification (CYT) The Om Lounge (coming May 2019)

Marma Therapy and Ayurveda Yoga (available Fall 2019)

“We are not going to change the whole world, but we can change ourselves and feel free as birds. We can be serene even in the midst of calamities and, by our serenity, make others more tranquil. Serenity is contagious. If we smile at someone, he or she will smile back. And a smile costs nothing. We should plague everyone with joy. If we are to die in a minute, why not die happily, laughing? (1.36-1.37)” ― Sri S. Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras