Marma are certain vital areas of the body. The word marma comes from sanskrit origin mru or marr. The sanskrit phrase, Marayate Iti Marmani, means there is likehood of death or serious damage to health after infliction to these places and hence these areas are called marma.


Marma therapy is an important part of Ayurveda, as it involves the conditioning of these vital areas. Effective conditioning of these areas can improve and maintain a good health balance. Besides the mental and emotional releases, ayurvedic marma massage increases immunity, flexibility and strength, it reduces toxins, stress and fatigue while slowing down the ageing process and improving general wellbeing.


  • Headache
  • Body ache
  • Faulty spinal alignment
  • Pain in the joints


  • Increase in protection from vata disorders
  • Nourishment of the body
  • Marma massage encourages good sleep
  • Improvement of physical stability


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