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First of all
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This salon is requiring “foreign nationals who do not possess an address in Japan” to provide their passport, etc when using this salon. Your understanding and cooperation is appreciated.
Those who have or are suspected of having an infectious disease cannot use this salon.
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This salon is an Ayurvedic private salon for adults. A password is set on a part of the page from the viewpoint of protecting minors and young people. We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
This salon is for all men. Therefore, we place advertisements on sites of various genres. Some of them are also advertised on sites for minorities. Please refrain from using it if you do not understand how it should be a minority.
This site also handles some sensitive content, so if you feel uncomfortable with them, please leave the site.
This salon is a private salon exclusively for men. Those who are not suitable or use for purposes other than Ayurvedic treatment are strictly prohibited.
We do not accept transfers other than the transfer location.
If the appointment cannot be confirmed, the appointment will be cancelled.
This salon is an Ayurvedic private salon for adults. A password is set on a part of the page from the viewpoint of protecting minors and young people. We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your understanding and cooperation. Best Regards.
Unauthorized copying and replication of the contents of this site, text and images are strictly prohibited.
Do you have sexual services?
A: No. Rudra Aarogyam Japan (hereinafter referred to as our salon) only offers Ayurvedic massage. We will refuse all requests from customers for acts prohibited by Japanese law. In addition, our salon will not provide these services. If you do not agree, please refrain from using this salon. This site also handles some sensitive content, so if you feel uncomfortable with them, please leave the site.
The advertisement of this site is posted by authorized of the site administrator for homosexuals. We do not accept the use of those who do not understand the minority sexuality.
Whta kind of people are using?
A: Our salon is for all men, age group 20-70, body shape and constitution are various. Occupations include prominent people, professional athletes, athletes, medical academics, some listed company officers / employees, company managers, working people, students, overseas people living in Japan, tourists from overseas, and various genres. It is used relatively openly by people in the country and region.
Tell me the business hours?
A: It is open daily from 10am to midnight.
Can I use a credit card？
A: Yes, you can use PayPal online payment. Online payment can be made after the appointment is completed.
Is a service charge included in the bill please?
A: Yes, No tip necessary.
Will the massage be naked?
A: Yes, Ayurveda uses a lot of oil so you will be naked.
Is it possible for women?
A: Sorry, Our Ayurveda salon is exclusive for men.
What Is Ayurvedic Medicine?
A: The ancient Indian medical system, also known as Ayurveda, is based on ancient writings that rely on a “natural” and holistic approach to physical and mental health. Ayurvedic medicine is one of the world's oldest medical systems and remains one of India's traditional health care systems.
Learn More https://ryoshun.net/about-ayurveda
What is Abhyanga Massage?
A: Ayurvedic massage is known as abhyanga. The word ‘abhyanga’ is composed of two Sanskrit words, abhi and anga. Abhi means ‘towards’ and anga, in one of its meanings, refers to ‘movement".
Abhyanga may be done using oil, herbal powder, herbal pastes or ghee. It is a part of the dinacharya or the daily routine suggested by Ayurveda. It is used for relief of pain, stiffness and tiredness. It also forms an important part of snehana or oleation which is an indispensable prelude to panchakarma treatments, the five Ayurvedic detoxification therapies.
Abhyanga not only prepares the body for panchakarma, but also helps to mobilize the dosha from the periphery toward the core in order to get them eliminated through the body orifices. The Vata dosha is particularly pacified by Abhyanga but even Pitta and Kapha can be pacified using different massage mediums like ghee and herbal powders respectively. Abhyanga is considered an important treatment modality for balancing the dosha.
What is the difference between Abhyanga and other massages?
A: Abhyanga and other types of massage are the same in that both involve the basic manipulation techniques that have been developed through experience by different schools and have been passed on from generation to generation. Interestingly, Ayurvedic texts do not give details of the procedures involved in abhyanga but mention ‘samvahan’ which means gentle rubbing, ‘peedan’ which means pressing and squeezing and ‘mardan’ which means pressure massage, which corresponds to modern day massage techniques. Different abhyanga techniques have been developed over centuries. Marma massage and Kerala foot massage which were traditionally used to heal injured warriors were carefully guarded secrets. Now they are being taught to other seekers as well.
What kind of massage technique is it?
A: Abhyanga is a synchronized massaging of the body towards the direction of the movement of arterial blood. In practical terms it means massaging the body in the direction of the body hair. The scientific reason for this protocol may be to increase the blood flow towards the most distal parts of the body and avoid overwhelming the heart through increased venous return if the massage is done towards the heart, or in other words, in the direction opposite to that of the body hair.
Are there any side effects?
A: No, there are no side effects. Initially, after the treatment, your body might experience a temperature rise and sudden fever. But this is a natural phenomenon as this is your body’s way of getting rid of the toxins. Few individuals can experience cold for few days as the herbs, and the oil use can cool your body. But these symptoms are very much temporary and should heal within a few days.
Ayurvedic Massage Contraindications?
In ‘ama’ conditions which includes an acute swelling
Immediately after Ayurvedic detox therapies like Vamana (induced vomiting) and Virechana (induced purgation)
In any acute illness (unless permitted by your doctor)
Blood clots (like deep vein thrombosis) or bleeding disorders
In extreme emotional states
Note: If there is pregnancy seek the advice of your doctor before receiving Abhyanga.
Abhyanga is a unique form of massage
NOTE: Abhyanga is a unique form of massage, originating in Ayurvedic medicine. Ayurvedic massage has tremendous benefits to the mind, body, skin and immune system. It involves copious amounts of oil and a unique two or one-therapist sequence that relaxes and softens the tissues. Delight your clients, friends or family with Ayurvedic massage, a balancing bodywork treatment for mind, body and emotions.
Do you have any questions?
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How get the salon?
A: Please come to the pick-up point
If you are a traveler, please come to the Kinkakuji Temple Post Office by bus. I will pick you up.
See [Bus Root Guide] for how to get to the Kinkakuji Temple Post Office.
[Kitaoji Station Karasuma-Line]
Change to the Karasuma Line from JR Kyoto Station and get off at Kitaoji Station.
I will pick you up in front of Jesus Christ Church in Japan, Kyoto Saint Church.
which crosses the signal from Exit 2 on the ground of VIVRE on Kitaoji Street.
[ Pick Up Point ]
[ Bus Root Guide ]