Padashubhakari is an Ayurvedic foot reflexology used to treat various ailments like Neurological disorders, psychological disorders etc.
“Pada” mean foot and “shubhakari” means stimulate the reflex. Padashubhakari is a process in which is done by two qualified therapist to the whole foot with the help of medicines prescribed by an Ayurvedic consultant in a systematic way.
- Improves blood circulation
- Helps in relaxation
- Promotes better sleep
- Relieves body pains
- Makes feet healthier
- Alleviates swelling
- Helps prevent foot and ankle injuries
- Reduces the effects of depression and anxiety
- Helps with headaches and migraines
- Reduces effects of oedema in pregnant women
40 TO 50 MIN
The treatment duration depends on the consulting physician and the severity of the condition.
TREATMENT COURSE DURATION
1 Day, 7 days
The treatment course duration depends on the consulting physician and the severity of the condition.
MODE OF ACTION OF PADASHUBHAKARI
Padashubhakari works with the central nervous system. When the procedure starts the pressure sends the calming message from the peripheral nerves in these extremities to the central nervous system, which in turn signals the body through adjust the tension level.
This enhances overall relaxation, brings internal organs and their systems into a state of optimum functioning, and increases blood supply (which brings additional oxygen and nutrients to cells and enhances waste removal)
It positively affects the circulatory, respiratory, endocrine, immune and neuropeptide systems in the body.
There is a “vital energy” in the human body.
If stress is not addressed, it leads to congestion of energy, which intern causes bodily inefficiencies, which can lead to illness so Padashubhakari helps the energy to flow.
- Anxiety Diabetic neuropathy
- Heel pain
- Stiffness in the calf muscles
- Foot relaxation Cracked feet
- Nail disorders
Fever: As the temperature might increase during the therapy
- Infectious diseases
- certain forms of cancer
- Certain skin conditions
- Haemorrhagic disorders
- Acute illness
- Extreme fatigue