Elakizhi massage is one of our specialised massage therapies for reviving the energy and vitality of the entire body. This therapy is a lovely blend of two traditional Ayurvedic therapies, Snehana (oleation) and Swedana (sudation).

This is a gentle massage in which heated oil is squeezed onto the body and the body is rubbed slowly and with minimal pressure. Elakizhi Ayurvedic massage improves blood circulation and hence aids in the equilibrium of mind and body.

Duration: 60 mins
(50 – 55 mins Ayurveda Massage followed by steam)

Oil Level:

Oil Used: Dhanwantaram Thailam/Ksheerbala Thailam (Selected as per your body type)

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>>Successfully done 22,111 Elakizhi Therapies



    Are you looking for ways to reduce stress and improve sleep quality?
    Do you have:
    >> Do you suffer from chronic backaches, muscle cramps?
    >> Do you have arthritis or spondylosis?
    >> Do you often feel stressed?
    If you have any of these symptoms, see an Ayurvedic Doctor immediately or experience Elakhizi Ayurvedic massage. This technique alleviates sore muscles and joints and is effective in various types of arthritis, frozen shoulder, sports injuries and for all other spastic and inflammatory conditions. It enhances peripheral blood circulation, cleanses the channels of circulation and expels toxins through the sweat. It also eliminates dead skin and helps to tone the skin.


    This therapy aids in the extraction of the high nutritious content of milk and a particular type of rice via external application by combining these ingredients with some therapeutic herbs. This therapy also feeds and strengthens the body’s tissues, such as the muscles, bones, and soft tissues.

    Sore muscles and joints? Frozen shoulder? Sports injuries?

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    • Our proprietary “ Synchronisms Energy Excitation System” ( SEES ) is unique in Ayurveda and has been appreciated world over.
    • Kairali Ayurveda uses Ayurvedic Medicated oil in this therapy. We never reuse the oil for another client.
    • Kairali Ayurveda has a sustainability program for the oil to be re-purposed as fuel once used in the therapy leaving the lowest waste possible on the planet.
    • We have trained therapists with an average experience of over 7 years.

    The Kairali Ayurveda family has been practicing Authentic Ayurveda since 1908.


    Successfully done 28,223 Elakizhi Treatment


    Is the Elakizhi Treatment Effective?

    Yes, Elakizhi therapy is effective for joint pain, back discomfort, sports injuries, and arthritis. When you have enough rest following therapy, the discomfort goes away. The fresh leaves’ Vata-balancing qualities decrease inflammation of soft tissues and calm muscles through appropriate circulation. Furthermore, the therapy will help you achieve younger-looking skin by increasing blood circulation, which aids in the elimination of toxins from your body. Paralysis patients might benefit from Ayurvedic massage as well. It enhances their motor and sensory abilities.

    No. Elakizhi therapy has no known adverse effects because it is made entirely of natural chemicals and plants. Only when an overheated bolus is utilised during the massage is there a risk of superficial burns. Diabetic individuals and pregnant women are not advised to use the treatment. Also, if you are allergic to any medicinal plant, be sure to notify an Ayurvedic practitioner prior to the therapy to avoid any additional adverse effects.

    Before you begin the therapy, relax your muscles. Depending on the region of issue, your Ayurvedic therapist will urge you to sit or lie down. Keep a blanket on available in case you need to cover up after the massage to promote sweat. Alternatively, you might have your Ayurvedic therapist create a herbal steam bath for you.

    One form of Ayurvedic Kizhi therapy is Elakizhi. Kizhi refers to a variety of therapies that are suggested for various health issues, such as MarmaKizhi, NjavaraKizhi, or Shashtika Pinda Sweda. As a result, Kizhi is a catch-all phrase. However, all of these treatments, including Elakizhi, use a similar method of massaging and treating soft tissue inflammation using hot medicinal bolus.