Rejuvenate Yourself with Blissful Ayurvedic Massage at Kerala
Being a fitness freak that even get steroids from a website page, I have always had an inclination towards Ayurveda. And
undoubtedly Kerala, God’s own country, is the best bet for people interested in pampering body and mind. So I thought of spending blissful time by the sea while enjoying Ayurvedic massage. Well, the very thought pushed my adrenalin level into high gear. With ‘great expectations’ in my heart, I flew down to Kerala for refreshing and rejuvenating holidays.
I was booked in Travancore Heritage resort in Kovalam, which is located
at a close distance from the mesmerizing Kovalam beaches. I wake up early morning as I did not want to miss the pristine beauty of the sun climbing up the sky and the scenic beauty of the beach. Kovalam is famous for its three beaches – the Light House beach, Hawa beach and Samudra beach. I had planned to visit all the three beaches and my first spot was the Lighthouse beach. The views of swirling palm trees, indomitable sea waves, rising sun, blue sky and local fishermen dragging nets were overwhelming.
The Ayurvedic massage I took at one of the Ayurveda heath centres at the beach truly rejuvenated me to the hilt. I felt as if all my fatigue which had accumulated over the years was slowly leaving my body and mind. In fact, I felt at peace with my own self. I refrained from talking during the massage session as I wanted to savour every moment. My massage session went on for an hour. Believe me you can never have enough of magical Ayurvedic massage.
Known as the Rasayana Chiitsa or rejuvenation therapy, my massage session was unhurried and carefully administered. The masseur did his job amazingly well and his skills were evident from the way with which he controlled the pressure to find and dissolve knots of tension in the neck, shoulders and back. After the massage with the herbal oil, an aromatic sandalwood pack was applied to my body. Then I was asked to rest for an hour before pampering myself with a hot steam bath. The entire experience was great.http://blog.capertravelindia.com/ayurvedic-massage-at-kerala.htmlSouth India Tours