HOBOKEN WELLNESS SPA promotes living an Ayurveda lifestyle. Ayurveda means "knowledge for long life" in Sanskrit. Ayurveda is also a way of life that involves constant detoxification, rejuvenation, massage and meditation. Ayurveda first originated in 1500 BC in India. It is known to be the oldest form of alternative medicine. Tips to an Ayurveda lifestyles have been collected through out the years and has helped to extend life expectancy. It promotes a inner-balance according to your unique body type. Ayurveda uses natural herbs and medicated oils that are massaged into the body to cure diseases from the root.
So, what is our mission?
Our mission is to educate our clients on how to live an Ayurveda lifestyle and the many different ways to incorporate Ayurveda in a busy schedules. Through webinars, partnering up with other Ayurveda professionals, and connecting to the broader Ayurveda community, we will grow and learn together. We want to create an INNER CIRCLE of holistic healing, knowledge and friendship. We want our Ayurveda Treatments to help our clients to lead healthier lives.
Why should I come to Hoboken Wellness Spa for an Ayurveda Treatment?
We customize your treatments to your body type and provide a variety of treatments that are reasonable priced. Imagine you come in for a treatment that is not only relaxing but also helps to keep your body type balanced and healthy.
If you were the Pitta body type. you would come in for a nice cooling cucumber & peppermint foot bath followed by a coconut head massage sitting down, then you would be directed to lay down for an medicated oil massage, with exact movement and have your eyes covered with cooling rose petals.
If you were a Kapha body type, come in for a warm ginger foot bath with an olive oil head massage followed by medicated oil massage, in a stimulating movement, while your eyes are covered with warm soothing herbal tea.
If you are a Vata body type, come in for a pampering caster oil head massage and warm ginger foot bath, followed by a medicated oil massage that is in a slow relaxing movement, while your eyes are covered with warm soothing herbal tea.