Warm-Up For Winter With Self-Massage

This form of Self-Massage is an ancient Ayurvedic technique. It was developed thousands of years ago in India and continues to be practiced to this day all over the world. In India, it is called Abgyanga self-massage. Abhyanga is Sanskrit word which literally means ‘oil massage’.

Here are many of the benefits of Self-Massage:

  • Increases blood circulation so it warms you up
    It is especially good for people who are always cold or have cold hands and feet

  • Calms the nerves
    It's relaxing and can help you to have a better sleep

  • Helps to lubricate the joints
    It's great for stiff joints

  • It's an energy booster
    It gives you the burst of energy coffee does without the caffeine and unwanted side-effects 

It's easy to learn and easy to do and only takes 7 minutes of your time to complete.

This 1 hour course will teach participants how to do self-massage for themselves and reap the benefits.

Additional Gift - Each participant will receive a free self-massage video created by the course presenter ' Lynn Wachman' so they can continue to practice the technique with extra support. 

LYNN WACHMAN RN B.Sc. in Nursing, n.d.
Naturopath / Ayurvedic Wellness Practitioner / Certified Hatha Yoga Instructor / Meditation Instructor
Lynn Wachman
- 514-516-4092