In Dhara therapy, medicated oil is steadily poured on the affected body part of the patient at a prescribed rate. There are different types of Dharas, each of which cures a different health issue. The herbal oil mixture used in each is also different. The method of treatment is chosen based on the nature of the illness. Dhara is generally administered over a period of seven to fourteen days, in sessions that last 30 to 90 minutes each.

The three major forms of Dhara are Shirodhara (Dhara on the forehead), Sarvangadhara (Dhara on the entire body) and Pizhichil (Dhara by squeezing an oil-soaked cloth). These are further sub-divided based on the composition of oil used. Dhara is a highly effective form of sudation therapy that aids in the treatment of a wide range of ailments including headache, depression, muscle spasm and joint pain.


Shiro dhara is a more relaxed and therapeutic head massage experience that offers immense physical and mental benefits. So if you think a head massage is great, Shirodhara is even better. In this, a light massage is given at the end after dripping oil on the forehead. And yes, it is just as relaxing as it sounds.





Takra dhara mostly uses buttermilk as the main ingredient






A single type of oil or a mixture of several ayurvedic oils are used in Taila dhara type of massage.



Generally used in case of Pitta imbalance in the body. This type mostly uses coconut water as the main ingredient for the treatment.






Depending upon the diagnosed condition or dosha imbalance, the main ingredient in kwatha dhara consists of decoctions made by using various herbs.


is a special kind of Ayurvedic massage therapy in which warm herbal liquid is poured from a hung vessel over the affected parts of the body. During this treatment, a mixture is prepared from cereals (Dhanya) and vinegar (Amla) obtained from citrus fruits. Horse gram, sliced fruits, Navara rice and millets are blended in pieces of linen and then immersed in a large water pot. The water is then boiled for a specific duration during which the extracts from the mixture leach in the pot to form vinegar. The therapy using this liquid is known as Dhanyamla Dhara in the world of Ayurveda. It is continued for about 45 to 60 minutes and lasts for 7 to 12 days..





Pouring of medicated herbal decoction along with dipping of feet’s in the herbal water helps in body relaxation. It is one of the ayurvedic treatment which helps relieving heel pain and related stress to the feets, also helps in pain associated with Calcaneal Spur. This procedure is preceded by an herbal oil massage to the feet’s and legs. It also soothes the nervous system.






  • Nervous disoder
  • Insomnia
  • Mental stress
  • Anxiety
  • Migraine
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Hypertension






  • Pacifies vata/Pitta dosha
  • Improves vision, Hearing and Nasal Health
  • Relieves from Anxiety and Nervousness
  • Control Hair Fall and Dandruff
  • Improves concentration
  • PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  • Balances Hormonal Imbalances
  • Improves memory and Sleep
  • Treats Migraine and Headache
  • Enhance Cognitive Abilities
  • Treats Neurological and Mental Disorders
  • Exfoliating dead skin cells
  • Transporting Lymphatic Fluids
  • Enhances Sleep Quality
  • Treats Hypertension
  • Mitigating stress,
  • Expunging muscular tension,
  • Balancing doshic elements, or Obliterating toxins.
  • Rouses intuition



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