“Pamper yourself with warm poultices and luxurious milk bath”
Practised for more than 5,000 years, Navara Kizhi originates from India and is based on the ancient principles of Ayurvedic medicine. Translated from the Sanskrit as a holistic healing science, Ayurveda aims to harmonise the body, mind, senses, and soul. Ayurveda may be an ancient Indian therapy, but its appeal is thoroughly modern. This holistic system of diet, herbal remedies, and massage has become popular with thousands of celebrities, spa-goers and harried workers all around the world who wish to regain a balanced and healthy life.
“Experience instant calmness and rejuvenation”
Navara kizhi means “a poultice of rice.” Rice is boiled with milk to create a fragrant and nourishing decoction. The cooked rice is then gathered into balls and tied up in linen bags. The warm poultices are then dipped in milk and applied all over the body.”
- In this process, the rice variety “Navara” which has great nutritional value, is cooked with milk and a herbal decoction.
- The mixture so produced is put in puffy muslin bags
- The muslin bags are then dipped in milk and applied onto the body.
Of rice poultice and milk application
“Consider including Abhyanga Snanam together with Navara Kizhi”