Kizhi is an Ayurvedic therapy that utilizes the power of medicinal herbs. Here are the key details about Kizhi:

Procedure: In Kizhi therapy, cotton bags are filled with fresh or ground herbs and immersed in warm herb-infused oil. These herb-filled bags are then pressed or rubbed on the skin with steady, gentle, and rotating movements. The therapy can be applied to the entire body or specific locations, depending on the individual’s needs and condition.

Benefits: Kizhi therapy has invigorating effects on the body. It stimulates blood flow, strengthens muscular tissues, and improves blood supply to the skin. The combination of herb-infused oil and the therapeutic actions of the herb-filled bags provides a range of benefits. Kizhi can be helpful for conditions such as arthritic complaints, osteomyelitis (inflammation of bone and bone marrow), lower back problems, sports injuries, paralysis, muscle ailments, and deep-rooted tension.

Duration and Therapists: Kizhi therapy typically lasts for 45 minutes and involves the participation of one to two therapists. The therapists apply the herb-filled bags to the body with appropriate pressure and movements to ensure maximum benefit and effectiveness.

Customization: Like other Ayurvedic therapies, Kizhi is tailored to the individual’s specific needs. The choice of herbs and the technique used may vary depending on the person’s condition and desired therapeutic effects. The therapists will assess your needs and adapt the therapy accordingly to provide optimal results.

Kizhi therapy offers a unique approach to promoting circulation, strengthening muscles, and addressing various musculoskeletal and tension-related issues. The combination of medicinal herbs and the therapeutic actions of the therapy can help alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and promote overall well-being.