Massage and Steam Bath

1. Massage:

Overview of Massage Therapy:

Massage is a therapeutic and relaxing technique that involves the manipulation of muscles and soft tissues to promote overall well-being. In the context of cosmetics and spa treatments, massages are often used for their rejuvenating and stress-relieving properties.

Types of Cosmetic Massages:

Sanvahan Massage: A gentle, full-body massage that uses long, flowing strokes to relax muscles and improve circulation.
Deep Tissue Massage: Targets deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue to address chronic tension and muscle injuries.
Hot Stone Massage: Involves placing heated stones on specific points of the body to warm and loosen tight muscles.
Aromatherapy Massage: Combines massage with the use of essential oils for relaxation and various therapeutic benefits.

Benefits of Massage:

Relaxation: Massage induces a state of relaxation, reducing stress and promoting mental well-being.
Improved Circulation: The manipulation of muscles enhances blood flow, delivering oxygen and nutrients throughout the body.
Muscle Tension Relief: Massage helps alleviate muscle stiffness, knots, and tension.
Enhanced Skin Health: Improved circulation and lymphatic drainage contribute to healthier skin.
Pain Management: Effective for managing chronic pain conditions and promoting a sense of overall comfort.


Consultation: A brief consultation may be conducted to discuss specific concerns, preferences, and any health considerations.
Choice of Oils: The therapist may use massage oils or lotions, and clients can often choose scents for aromatherapy benefits.
Techniques: The therapist employs various massage techniques based on the chosen type, focusing on areas of tension or discomfort.
Post-Massage Care: Clients are usually advised to drink water to stay hydrated and may be given post-massage care instructions.

2. Steam Bath:


A steam bath, also known as a steam sauna or steam shower, is a spa treatment that involves exposure to steam for therapeutic and relaxation purposes. It is often incorporated into cosmetic and wellness routines for its benefits to the skin and overall well-being.


Skin Cleansing: Steam opens pores, helping to cleanse the skin by removing impurities and promoting a healthy complexion.
Relaxation: The warmth and humidity of a steam bath induce relaxation, reducing stress and tension.
Respiratory Health: Inhaling steam can help clear nasal passages and may be beneficial for respiratory conditions.
Improved Circulation: The warmth of the steam promotes blood flow, contributing to better circulation.
Muscle Relaxation: Steam can relax muscles, providing relief from tension and stiffness.


Preparation: Clients are typically provided with a robe and may be advised to shower before entering the steam room.
Duration: The duration of a steam bath session varies but is generally around 15 to 20 minutes.
Hydration: It’s essential to stay hydrated before and after a steam bath. Water or herbal teas are often recommended.
Cooling Down: After the steam session, individuals may cool down gradually, possibly with a cool shower or a rest in a relaxation area.


Health Conditions: Individuals with certain health conditions, such as cardiovascular issues or respiratory problems, should consult with a healthcare professional before undergoing a steam bath.
Hygiene: Proper hygiene, including showering before entering the steam room, is important to maintain cleanliness and prevent the spread of germs.
Limitations: Prolonged exposure to steam should be avoided, and individuals should be mindful of their comfort levels during the session.

Combining Massage and Steam Bath:

Our hospital offer packages that combine massage and steam bath experiences. The combination of these treatments can enhance relaxation, promote skin health, and contribute to an overall sense of well-being. Individuals seeking a holistic spa experience often find that the combination of massage and steam bath provides a comprehensive and rejuvenating treatment for both the body and mind.

Uniqueness of our therapies  

At Arogya Mandir – Shri Siddhanath Ayurvedic Hospital, Miraj, we delve deeply into the ayurvedic examination of each patient. Utilizing noninvasive Ayurvedic diagnostic tools such as Ashtavidha Parikshan and Nadi Parikshan, we precisely determine the pathogenesis of the disease and then prescribe therapies tailored to the specific condition. This approach leads to expedited results.

Our therapies boast the following distinctive features:
– Tranquil and hygienic therapy rooms staffed with trained therapists in a positive environment.
– Selection of appropriate massage oil based on the patient’s Prakruti and the condition of the disease.
– Complimentary Prakruti and Dhatu Sarata examinations before the commencement of therapies.
– Authenticated procedures for each therapy.
– Judicious use of herbal medicines and instruments during the therapy sessions.
– Specialized rooms equipped with all facilities for inpatient care.

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