Sesame oil has warming, grounding qualities so is best suited for Vata individuals. It is considered to be the 'king of oils.' If possible, use an untoasted, organic sesame oil.
Abhyanga Massage is usually done before bathing. We are a touch-deprived society, so it's all the more beneficial to stimulate our skin and nourish our bodies through touch. It's practically a survival tool for vata.
Begin by using a bath brush (dry), gently brushing the soft, flexible bristles over your skin. Begin at the tops of your feet and work your way up the body. Give yourself a scalp massage with your fingers (no nails, just the flat part of your fingertips.i Use your judgment about applying oil to your face many do very well with it.i However, be gentle because the skin of the face is more fragile.
Once or twice a week, use oil for your scalp and hair.i It will give it a beautiful luster.i I recommend Banyan's Bhringaraj Oil which is made specifically for hair and scalp massage.Your self-massage abhyanga ritual should last at least 5 minutes and go as long as 20 (with 20 minutes being best) so the oil and the herbs can be absorbed into the deep tissues of the body. Then, enjoy a warm bath or shower.
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