This 4 part 90 minute ayurvedic treatment is as unique as it is healing. We begin with the psychological stress sequence, treating a sequence of marma points on the back and front of the body with dosha specific oils, we follow the psychological stress sequence with a 10 to 20 minute abdominal massage, after a tummy warmer is placed on your belly we begin the Tibetan eye rejuvenation, which actually takes place on your feet, first hot towels cleanse and relax your feet, then a general foot massage to apply warming oils, next reflex points are massaged on both feet and your feet are wrapped up to allow the oils to absorb, while the oils are working on your feet, your right hand, wrist and forearm are massaged, after the right hand is massaged we move back to the feet and apply a sandalwood & rose ubtan powder to remove any excess oil, your feet are wrapped up again and the ubtan is allowed to absorb the oils while your left hand, wrist and forearm is massaged, after the left hand is massaged we move back to the feet the towels are removed along with the ubtan powder, and hot Himalayan salt stones are placed under your feet, the belly warmer is removed and the salt stones are left for 5 to ten minutes, once the salt stones are removed the shirodhara treatment begins, Shirodhara comes from the two Sanskrit words “shiro” (head) and “dhara” (flow). During the shirodhara portion of the treatment a special pot is used to very gently pour a fine stream of warm herbal infused oil onto your forehead at the point where your third eye is, the oil flows back along your scalp nourishing the scalp and hair follicles, during this time brainwaves slow down, your mind becomes quiet, and your blood pressure lowers. Aside from being a truly decadent and relaxing treatment, this treatment is designed to restore vata dosha to its home in the colon. Vata dosha is the most important dosha, regardless of your primary dosha since It is a combination of the elements of air and space and is the principal of movement, disorders involving vata dosha are often more serious since vata dosha governs the nervous system.