Ayurvedic massage - Atreya Abhyanga® method:


Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word which translates into “the science of life”. It is is an ancient Indian system of medicine, dating back to more than 5000 years ago. Ayurveda is a preventative health system whereby lifestyle routines and diet are adapted to the basic constitution of each individual. For more introductory information on ayurveda (written by Atreya Smith) please click here


Ayurvedic massage (Atreya Abhyanga® method) is a full body massage using warm oils. It works on both the physical and psychological level and enables the rebalancing and harmonising of the 5 elements (ether, wind, fire, water, earth) in our bodies which present themselves in the form of three humours - Vata, Pitta and Kapha. This massage is based on life force/vital energy or prana in Sanskrit.


The goals of this method are relaxation, releasing tensions, eliminating excesses caused by the elements, purifying and eliminating toxins in the body, providing better circulation, tonifying tissues, increasing the immune system’s capacity and maintain the body in good health. In a fast moving world, this massage enables a return to the body, creating a feeling of groundedness.


Ayurvedic massage (Atreya Abhyanga® method) is a tailored massage in two parts. The first part consists of a questionnaire, this is then followed by the massage.


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Treatment Offers


The questionnaire is made up of observations and a list of questions asked by the therapist. This is done in order to gain a better understanding of the individual's basic constitution, as well as any potential imbalances. 

Atreya Abhyanga® Massage

The oils and protocol are then adapted to the individual's constitution and their needs.

The massage lasts between 1:15-1:30. Any subsequent session lasts about 1:15-1:30 and may not necessarily require a full questionnaire.

Additional Offers

  • Udvartana/ Udgarshana: a full body (udvartana) or local (udgarshana) massage using chickpea flour that facilitates the elimination of toxins as well as excess water in the body. This is specifically for people who have excess toxins or congestion and where an oil based massage is not appropriate.
  • Mardana: a 30 minute sports massage. Helps muscle recovery and facilitates the elimination of accumulated acids in the body.
  • Pranatherapy (back & neck): a more subtle, energetic oil-free massage for your back and neck.
  • Kesa, Hasta & Pada Abhyanga: a head, hand and foot massage using warm oils. 


  • Abhyanga massage for pregnant women and babies: an Abhyanga massage for pregnant women; post-partum massage. Demonstrations of massage for babies.


  • Ayurvedic Lifestyle Counselling:  I am starting an Ayurvedic Practioner (550hrs) training in September 2018 with EIVS. Details to follow... 


Please contact me on 06 02 71 59 24 to make your booking.


At the Centre des Thérapies Complémentaires in Amancy (10 minutes from La-Roche-sur-Foron and 25km from Geneva):


Thursday: bookings from 9:30am - 7:30pm 



Kindly note that 2 hours are required for the first session, and 1.5 hours for subsequent visits.


In order to enable all individuals desiring to partake in this therapeutic massage, I work with a range of prices, depending on each individual's situation.


Indicative pricing for someone working in France: Between 80-100 euros for the first session (2 hours). 


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Where to find me ?

Amancy: Centre des Thérapies Complémentaires