Hor-me therapy is a Tibetan medical and home remedy therapy. It is practiced with simple and effective materials available everywhere and can be described also as a therapic massage of the head area or other body points. Generally made from warm melted butter or warm oil with, and added ingredients, it can be prepared and practiced in cotton bundles or cotton discs. Hor-me therapy aims at healing Wind disorders (psycho-emotional distress problems), it restores sleep, releases tension, and relaxes the body mind. It is widely used by Tibetan physicians, and especially as a grandmother’s remedy, even in emergency aid therapy.

Hor-me therapy is a technique of warming or heating specific vital body points such as head, face, hands, throat, and chest with medicated oil in the form of prepared bundles. To the medicated oil or melted butter are added spices like nutmeg powder (Myristica fragrance), cumin seed powder (Carum carvi), anisseed powder (Pimpinella anisum), a bit of clove’s powder (Syzygium aromaticum) etc.

Hor-me is a really pleasant and comforting, relaxing, balancing and restorative treatment during the period of postpartum recovery. It is mainly advised to people who are generally healthy but find it not so easy to relax their body/mind, or who have sleeping trouble, or for everybody who search tranquility. 🙂
Also indicated in case of baby-blues and postpartum stress, anxiety, unease, heavy emotions or similar type of disorders. Other indicated cases are for instance low physical energy, loss of blood, emotional disorders caused by fear and worry, also menopause symptoms and altitude disorders. It is also used against strong stress and tension, burnout, back pain caused by strong Wind (Tibetan Medicine term) constitutional disorder, dry and rough skin, and Wind pressure such as back and shoulder pain and tinnitus.

How long the therapy lasts:
The therapy session lasts for 45-60 minutes (includes a small preparing talk with the therapist before the massage and relaxing feedback afterwards)

Price: 65€ (includes also ingredients for ayurvedic recovery drink (spices, berries, etc), oil with spices for the massage)

Therapist: Aale-Triinu Sonn (doula, lactation consultantand and student of Tibetan Medicine)

“Nothing but your own self, can bring peace. Sit, meditate, concentrate and be happy thinking of the Motherhood of God. True wisdom of life is to be always seasonal, which is to change with good grace in changing circumstances.”
Kriya Babaji