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A Vedic ritual

Jasmine is used as the basis of this unique therapy that is best suited to relax an over-worked, anxious mind, women suffering from post-menopause symptoms and deep depression.

Published: 23rd September 2012 09:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd September 2012 09:46 AM   |  A+A-

A-Vedic-Ritual

Based on Vedic principles of refreshing the body, Mystic Spa offers its new signature therapy called ‘The Vedic Ritual’, performed in five stages using five different natural elements. ‘The massage is extraordinarily soothing and rejuvenating as it involves massage through the most admired flower, Jasmine. The flower is used as the basis of this unique therapy that is best suited to relax an over-worked, anxious mind, women suffering from post-menopause symptoms and deep depression,’’ says Siddharth Shankar, director, Mystic Cures Limited, adding, ‘‘Aphrodisiac properties may also help cure impotence, frigidity and lack of confidence. It can be especially helpful for psychosomatic disorders.’’

The massage can also be availed by pregnant women throughout their pregnancy (especially at the later stages) as it can be very useful in strengthening uterine contractions and relieving pain. The cost for a two-hour massage is Rs 5,000 and is on offer at all Mystic Spa outlets in the city.

 

-Sunday Standard



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