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57 Jamestown Road
London NW1 7DB

020 7483 3344

Ayurveda at Triyoga in Camden, London NW1. Consultations, Ayurvedic massage, facial massage. Jacqui Gibbons is an experienced Ayurvedic practitioner. 

ayurvedic acupressure facial | Triyoga London NW1


Strengthen and protect skin against London's pollution and environmental stressors, with this natural, non-abrasive and non-invasive facial massage. Mukkabhyanga boosts circulation and lymphatic drainage, rejuvenates skin and muscle tone and eases tension held in the face. The traditional massage techniques include Ayurvedic acupressure – gentle touch on marma points to unblock stuck energy and revitalise skin's function. Organic herbal oil is used and soothing Sanskrit mantras are played. 

Human touch is very healing and Jacqui directs subtle yet powerful pranic energy through her hands, giving this treatment with love and the sankalpa (intention) for every treatment for healing at a deeper level than just physical, for you to feel calm, nurtured and rejuvenated.

Book a course of six for more visible results if you are treating a skin condition or preparing for a big event such as a wedding.

PRICE: 45 MINS £50, 60 MINS £65
APPOINTMENTS: Sundays 9am-2pm


“The Ayurvedic massages Jacqui gave me were intensely relaxing and really helped me to unwind. She also gave me some great tips for de-stressing and has a lovely warm demeanour, which makes you feel relaxed in her presence.” – Caroline, website editor, London

“I have been a beauty journalist for years and have tried and tested many different massages and therapies. They are only as good as your therapist. Thankfully, Jacqui is not only knowledgeable about Ayurveda, she also takes the time and effort to get to know you and understand your body. She is a brilliant healer and has managed to tackle some of my ongoing health issues that I have struggled with for many years.” – Harriet, journalist and mum, Richmond