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Prana is a Sanskrit word for vital energy or the life-force. This same subtle force is called Chi by the Chinese and Ruh by the Sufis.
Masala is a Hindi word for a mixture, usually referring to the aromatic blend of spices used in Indian cuisine.
Prana Masala is a mix of different methods and forms of working with the energy, both gross (as expressed by the human body), and more subtle (such as mental and emotional manifestations).
Ayurverdic Massage vs Ayurvedic Yoga Massage Massage is considered to be a part of alternative and complementary medicine. More and more often, it is being offered along with standard treatments for a wide range of medical (including psychological) conditions. Since there are hundreds of different types of massages all around the world, it may seem […]Read more
WHAT IS YOGA? YOGA NOWADAYS In this world we live in today, we tend to oversimplify a lot of complex concepts. Very profound philosophies, systems and methods, that used to be known only to the initiated and learned members of certain groups and societies, are now widely spread and available to anyone. On […]Read more
Yoga Masala - Yoga is work with the movement and breath, balancing the energy flow in our bodies, resulting in better flexibility, improved health and harmonious, calm and peaceful mind.
Massage Masala - Ayurvedic Yoga Massage is a passive form of Yoga, combined with a depp tissue massage. The effects are tangible on both physical and mental plain in the form of rejuvenation and deep relaxation. All of this enriched with the ancient science of Ayurveda and adjusted to your personal needs.
Health Masala - Energy is all around us and it is only up to us to reach for it. Whether you decide to come for a session of Pranic Healing, adapt your diet to your Ayurvedic constitution or start making your own toiletries, cosmetics and detergents, you are working towards a better, healthier and happier You!