(including pulse assessment, diet conselling & customized treatment planning with suitable herbs and therapies)
(b) 30-min follow-up (within 3 months)
• (a) plus head massage (discussed in the Winnipeg Free Press article)
• (b) plus whole body ayurvedic healing massage
|(a) 1 hour
(b) 1.5 hour
Healing Massage (Body Massage)
|Herbalized Oil Massage
• Pain Management
• Sports Injury Management
• Massage of Afflicted Area (15 min.)
• Spine & Joint Disorder Management
|Face Massage||30 min||$30|
|Relaxation & Beauty Care (includes massage)||1 hour||$60!|
|Male Sex Management||varies, must come for preliminary consultation||varies|
|Female Sex Management||varies, must come for preliminary consultation||varies|
* If you are female, you may request a massage by a female – Rai’s wife, Paramjit, is also trained and qualified to do Ayurvedic massages.
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Cancellations: If you must cancel an appointment, please inform us by phone or email at least 24-hours in advance of your appointment time (48-hours is appreciated), avoiding any inconvenience and allowing someone else to take advantage of that appointment time. Thank you for your consideration.
DISCLAIMER: These services are not provided by a recognized medical practitioner in Canada. This is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read.
Mr. Ranjit Rai determines the imbalance of vatta, pitta and kapha by examining pulse, tongue and eyes. He may ask about your personal medical history as well as your general history in detail. After a detailed discussion he uses many kinds of suggestions including (but not limited to) diet and lifestyle changes, meditation, exercise, abhyanga (ayurvedic oil massage), ayurvedic remedies, yoga and panchkarma. Suggestions vary according to doshas and the different needs of the person. Ayurvedic formulas use medicinal plants and minerals, and they work together with the other suggestions like diet and lifestyle changes in a natural way on the whole body, and give a sense of well-being as a whole, rather than to just relieve some of the symptoms of a particular ailment.
According to Ayurveda, the human body constitutes five elements which are represented by three doshas.
Pouring of fluids like medicated oil, medicated milk, medicated buttermilk, decoction, water, etc. over forehead continuously for a specific period of time is known as Shirodhara. Selection of fluids or oils depends upon the disease and condition of the patient. This therapy is helpful in stress care, haircare, relaxation, rejuvination and spiritual healing.
Ayurvedic Oil Massage (Abhayanga)
This is a process by which the person’s body is oleated with medicated oils. Abhyanga is performed with specific pressure and movements (gati). Depending on the patient’s condition, abhyanga may differ in pressure (gati).