Treatments available the first weekend of every month.
Call 310-822-9642 to see if we have a therapist available at other times.

Benefit from the wisdom of a 5,000-year-old science. We offer monthly talks by a variety of Ayurvedic specialists including Arun Deva, Dr. Bharathi A.V. and Lalitha Vaidyanathan. Book a consultation and get lifestyle and dietary tips on bringing yourself back to balance. We have a dedicated room for body therapies to nourish and nurture you. Enter the quiet and get answers to questions you may not know you had.

Ayurvedic Treatments

Soothing and nourishing body treatments based on the ancient system of Ayurvedic medicine from India


A beautifully relaxing and luxurious full-body warm herbal oil massage. Oil type is chosen based on your body type (warming oils like sesame or almond for vata, cooling oils like coconut or olive oil for pitta, warming oils like mustard or sunflower oil for kapha). The skin is the largest organ of the body. It produces naturally occurring antidepressants, anti-cancer, and anti-aging substances as well as hormones that enhance circulation. (You may get hooked and start doing daily self-massage!)

  • Increases the softness of the skin and adds lustre to it, in turn giving skin a healthy glow
  • Decreases Vata
  • Strengthens the Dhatus (the body`s tissues in accordance to the Ayurvedic texts)
  • Increases strength and stamina
  • Improves vision
  • Promotes healthy sleep

60 minutes $150 Or have both for $275!
By appointment



In this very popular and profoundly relaxing treatment, warm herbalized oil is poured in a gentle stream over the forehead. The oils are allowed to flow over the scalp and through the hair, nourishing them and creating a blissful sensation. As the oil strokes the third eye, it has a balancing effect on the deepest recesses of the brain, stimulating the endocrine system, the pituitary and pineal glands (for hormonal upsets) and pleasure neurotransmitters (for depression or emotional insecurity). The procedure is also said to synchronise alpha brain waves, enhancing blood circulation to the brain, improving mental clarity and generally releasing deeply trapped ama, or toxins. Calms and purifies, rejuvenates. Can be done alone or combined with abhyanga.

60 minutes $150
By appointment


Ayurvedic Bliss Therapy

(Only available during scheduled cleanse weekends for now) Rejuvenate and energize the subtle bodies with a transformative and luxurious full body treatment that includes three holistic therapies flowing one after the other. Enjoy an Abhyanga, followed by the Shirodhara, then Swedhana, a full-body herbal steam treatment. Derived from an ancient Indian tradition, these treatments are designed to restore balance and reestablish calm and harmony—for mind, body and spirit. They are deeply cleansing, purifying and uplifting. 

120 minutes $325
By appointment


Head and Neck Massage Add-on

30 minutes $50
By appointment


Be nurtured by our skilled practitioners, who combine expertise with compassion. (Massage therapists are fully vaccinated and wear a face mask and shield during treatment.)

About Ayurveda

Ayurveda, Yoga’s sister science, defines health in this way:

  • balance and harmony foster the health and well-being of mind, body and spirit.

When the bio-energies (doshas) of the body work together harmoniously, the digestive fire (agni) works smoothly and elimination of waste (malas) functions well, a foundation of health and happiness in mind and spirit is created.

Ayurveda is based upon the five elements—

  • Ether (Akash),
  • Air (Vayu),
  • Fire (Tejas),
  • Water (Aap)
  • Earth (Pruthvi)

and has thousands of years of detailed knowledge about the nature and effect of foods, herbs and seasons. It also understands how the elements combine in the body to govern physical and mental tendencies and how different dietary and lifestyle habits affect our mind, body and spirit.

In their energetic form, the elements combine into bio-energies—the doshas—called

  • Vata,
  • Pitta and
  • Kapha.

The doshas are the bodily representatives of the great powers (tattwas) of the universe—Vayu, Surya and Soumya—and are responsible for all function in the body.

Vata governs the principal of movement, responsible for smooth function, physical motion and movement of all kinds.

Pitta governs the principal of transformation and governs digestion, conversion and regulation of bodily temperature as well as the ability of the intellect to comprehend.

Kapha governs the principal of assimilation and is responsible for building and protecting the body.

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