Sahanro Ayurveda Massage Centre – Burwood East

Located in East Burwood, Melbourne, the Sahanro Ayurveda Clinic practitioners are experts in the age-old Ayurveda practices and Ayurvedic treatments. Sahanro Ayurvedic provides a unique blend of natural and homely Ayurvedic treatments in our boutique style therapy centre in East Burwood which has custom made massage tables and steam chambers with medicinal wood to provide authentic ayurvedic treatments.

At Sahanro Ayurvedic Centre in East Burwood, we value relationships and offer extended care to customers in terms of counselling in Ayurvedic life style and following up on the progress of treatments. Our experienced team of Ayurvedic doctors and Kerala trained therapists is oriented towards providing personalized services that offer you the best possible treatment in Ayurveda.


Consultation with an Ayurvedic Practitioner

In the Ayurvedic consultation we determine your individual body’s constitution. Know who you are, analyse your dietary habits and routines and advice you accordingly to restore your best potential with the recommended treatments.

Ayurvedic follow up Consultation

Ayurvedic follow-up consultation helps to determine the progress of your initial consultation and future treatments.

Ayurvedic Full Body Massage-Abhyanga (most popular) in Burwood East

Abhyanga is the application and massage of oil on the body which is used for relaxation, as well as giving tone to the muscles and promoting blood circulation. This also treats diseases of the nervous system (Vata Roga).

Special Reflexology and Foot Chakra Massage With Foot Spa in Burwood East

Ayurvedic Head Oil Application and Indian Scalp Massage

Application of different types of oils which are used according to the patient’s condition and any ailments if present helps to improve the blood circulation and prevents and cures headache and migraine. It also prevents and cures hair loss, baldness and premature graying of hair and helps hair growth. It promotes eye sight and clears the complexion of the face. It helps the individual to sleep and is good for stress and mental diseases. It is also good for conditions such as facial paralysis and hemiplegia (paralysis)

Steady Stream of warm oil pouring

Shirodhara Shiro means head. Dhara means to pour. In this treatment, warm ayurvedic herbalised oil is poured onto the third eye from a hanging vessel. Also know as third eye drip, this is where warm oils are gently poured in a slow dynamic movement over the forehead (this eye) in a continuous calm drip from a special vessel for about 30 minutes. Profoundly relaxing, this treatment switches off a chattering mind and induces rest. Great rejuvenating therapy that gives a healthy glow, radiates from skin. This therapy is meant for ‘Shodhana’- the eradication of the basic cause of the disease. ‘Shodhana’ or purification therapy is not only meant for elimination of disease-causing toxins but also to replenishing the tissues with nourishment. Rejuvenate literally means ‘to make young again’.

IZHI Therapeutic Bag Massage

Specially selected herbal leaves or powders are compressed into small linen bags and then dipped in hot, medicated oil and applied to the body or afflicted area. The ingredients seep through the bag and penetrate deep into the body to result in an intensive, heating and therapeutic treatment which is well known for it’s healing and relaxing properties.


Pizhichil is a relaxing, soothing and rejuvenating treatment with medicated warm oil used in a continuous stream for a definite period for the whole body (excluding head & neck). It is used to effectively treat arthritis, ageing, general weakness, paralysis etc. ‘Pizhichil’ and ‘Sarvangadhara’ are technically the same. Pizhichil is recommended for diseases caused by a vitiation of the Vata humour-Pakshaghata (Hemiplegia), paralysis and muscle spasms – and other degenerative diseases that affect the muscles.

Ayurvedic Neck, Shoulder and Back Massage in Burwood East

Special herbal oil is applied to the neck and the shoulder to release muscular spasms, rheumatic pain and stress related conditions as the neck and the shoulder area is so often stiff and tense. This is due to the neck muscles having to continuously to support the head and also many people habitually hunch their shoulders, making the muscles at the sides of the neck very tense.

Ayurvedic Foot Chakra Massage in Burwood East

During foot massage, special attention is focused on the tender spots. This massage produces a reflect effect on the internal organs as well as creating a combined soothing and invigorating effect. Massage of the feet prevents and cures dryness, numbness, roughness, fatigue, and cracking of the heels. It strengthens walking and running.

Ayurvedic Leg Massage

By stimulating the circulation, massage brings blood and nutrients to the legs and helps to prevent varicose veins. Gentle stroking up the legs towards the lymph nodes can help to reduce puffiness or swelling in the lower legs. Help to reduce accumulation of cellulite, the dry skin and flabby thighs.

Ayurvedic Nasal Treatment

Medicated oils, herbal juices, powders etc. are administered through the nose tract. This treatment is very effective for chronic sinusitis, chronic headache, migraine, facial paralysis, nasal congestion, cataract and diseases of eye, nose, ear, mouth and head.


The central portion of the body is called ‘Kati’. Vasti implies a container . Kativasti is an effective therapy for Katisula, which is the term for lower backache or stiffness or pain felt along the back. A small receptacle of black gram dough is made on the lower back, around the lumbo-sacral area. After ensuring that this is leak-proof, lukewarm herbal oil, which alleviates pain and strengthens the bone tissues, is slowly poured into it. The oil and receptacle are removed after about half an hour .The affected area may be gently massaged with same oil. The patient is then advised to take rest for a short while.

Ayuvedic Herbal Bath

Herbal leaves and roots are boiled and the water is poured on the patients. Different types of herbal water is used according to any prevalent ailment and the condition of the patient.

Ayurvedic Steam Bath

Herbal leaves and roots are boiled and the steam passed through the body for a prescribed period of time. Special steam chamber made with medicinal wood is used to lye down the patient during the treatment. Indications – obesity, joint pains.

What does a typical Ayurvedic assessment in Burwood East involve?

An initial assessment with an Ayurvedic practitioner may last an hour or longer. The practitioner will ask detailed questions about your health, diet and lifestyle. He or she will listen to your pulse. Unlike mainstream medicine, 12 different pulse points are assessed in Ayurveda. The Ayurvedic practitioner also examines the tongue; its appearance is believed to provide clues about areas of the body that may be out of balance. The appearance of the skin, lips, nails, and eyes is also observed. After the assessment, the practitioner will determine an individual's unique balance of doshas, or metabolic types. From there, the practitioner can create an individualized treatment plan, which often includes diet, exercise, herbs, yoga, meditation, and massage.

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