The Chopra Center Spa

The Chopra Center’s Ayurvedic massage treatments are unlike any you’ve ever experienced because our specially trained therapists customize each treatment, using herbal-infused oils, aromas, and massage techniques to balance your unique mind-body type. For example, if you’re experiencing an imbalance that is contributing to feelings of anxiety and distraction, your massage will focus on relaxing and grounding you, using warm essential oils and soothing massage strokes that will calm your entire mind-body system. On the other hand, if you have a tendency to feel sluggish and heavy, your Ayurvedic massage will use oils, herbs, and  techniques to invigorate you, release any accumulated toxins, and enhance the flow of energy in your body and mind. 

All of the Chopra Center’s soul-nurturing massage treatments are based upon Ayurveda, a 5,000-year-old healing system of therapies designed to revitalize, balance, and restore you at the deepest cellular level.

Our selection of spa therapies is extensive. For a more detailed description of the Ayurvedic treatment that's right for you, please see the descriptions of our Ayurvedic Treatments in the menu.

 

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