Navarakizhi is a sweat-inducing Ayurvedic therapy that strengthens and rejuvenates the body’s muscles. ShashtikaShali Pinda Sweda is another name for it (Shashtika means sixty, Shali means rice, Pinda means poultice, Sweda means sweat). ShashtikaShali is a variety of rice that is harvested in sixty days and is used specifically for Ayurvedic therapies after being treated with milk and herbal decoctions.

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

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

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    If you have any of these symptoms, see an Ayurvedic Doctor immediately or experience Navarakhizi Ayurvedic massage. It provides strength to the tissues, mainly muscle tissues and prevents degeneration of joints and soft tissue. Regular Navarakizhi Massage will benefit your body to come back to health.


    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.

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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 that on the planet.
    • We have trained therapist with an average experience of over 7 years.

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


    Navarakizhi: Ayurvedic Treatment for Musculoskeletal and Neuromuscular Diseases


    Why Navarakizhi Ayurvedic Treatment?

    This strengthening therapy provides nutrients to tissues that are depleted and degenerating. It also has a very calming and analgesic effect. This is a tried-and-true therapy for those suffering from musculoskeletal and neuromuscular disorders.

    The roots of Sida Cordifolia or Balamula are cooked in water to make a decoction called BalaKwath for the Navarakizhi process. Before using the roots for the operation, they are carefully washed anddisinfected with sterile water.After that, the decoction is split into two halves. One portion of the decoction is mixed with milk and heated over a low flame, while the other part is mixed with milk and rice and cooked.The poultices are now ready. Cooked rice is placed on pieces of sterile fabric that are tied and firmly wrapped.

    Karma Purva

    The Navarakizhi treatment begins with an abhyangam oil massage. Amalaki Tala-dharana may be conducted to avoid the heat from damaging the brain and sensory organs since the technique generates perspiration by applying heat for more than an hour.

    Pradhan Karma

    The Pradhan Karma necessitates four attendants or masseurs who operate in unison. The attendants dip the poultices in the continually warmed medicinal milk and rub them on the individual’s body in a rhythmic manner. The strokes are often delivered in a downward manner from the nape of the neck to the lower back, hips, and feet, while also covering all of the body’s joints. During the operation, when the poultices cool, they are replaced with fresh, heated ones. This continues without interruption for the period specified.

    Paschat Karma

    After the Pradhan Karma, the poultices are opened, and the rice is gently spread over the individual’s body for a few minutes before being cleansed with a tissue or sterile cloth. The Tala-dharana is carefully removed, and the head is wiped clean with a sterile towel. After the treatment, a hot water shower is recommended to remove the oil from the head and body.

    This therapy is not advised for diabetic people unless the benefits exceed the dangers.High blood pressure – local problems in joints and soft tissues can be treated, but only under the guidance of a skilled specialist.Veins with severe varicosity, Fractures caused by deep vein thrombosis, Fever and Inflammation that is severe

    ShashtikaShali Pinda Sweda is an Ayurvedic therapy that employs natural substances. As a result, it is risk-free and has no adverse effects. If the bolus applied to the skin is excessively hot, some individuals may get superficial burns.


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