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Ayurveda Aromatherapy is the marriage of two sciences Ayurveda and Aromatherapy. Subtle Energies have been pioneers in reviving the science of using rare and unique essentials oils, long forgotten in traditional Ayurveda practices today.

In Ayurveda Aromatherapy the traditional techniques and benefits of Ayurveda are combined with the added benefits of Aromatherapy and Marma techniques, using the rare and unique flora pharmacy of the Indian essential and base oils, providing a holistic sensory experience.

What is Ayurveda

“Ayu” means life and “Veda” means science. Ayurveda is a time-tested science, going back 5,000 years in written script though the origins of its teachings is said to be over 40,000 years old.

Ayurveda has specified ways in which Aromatics, diet, herbs, yoga and even cosmetics could help to sustain balance in our daily lives.
The Indian science of Ayurveda is based on inherited genetic constitution and molecular biology, treating different body/skin types based on the 5 elements of


Ayurveda emphasises greatly on the sense of Rasa (taste) and smell, together with the Virya (potency) of the herb/ oil and the Vipaka (post digestive effect) and above all else the special Prabhav or overall energetics of the herb or oil is what has the ultimate effect.

The aims of Ayurveda are to:

1. Promote good health 

2. Maintain good health 

3. Prevent disease

Ayurveda brought to the world, 8 branches:

Internal Medicine






Rasayana (rejuvenation)

Vajeekaran (vitality and virility)

Dosha and Body Type

Ayurveda Aromatherapy is based on the Elements which then form into three body types or Doshas.It is said that we are born with an inherited genetic blueprint, or Prakruti of all these Doshas within us. Some more predominant than others.

Discover your Dosha

Using a simple dosha chart, we can get both objective and subjective information to direct us to our Prakruti.