About us

Welcome to Maha Punye Ayurveda. We are a Massage, Cosmetic and Ayurvedic Therapies’ Centre.

We are sisters, Martyna and Paulina and our salon was set up in 2014. Using our passion and expertise, we have created a unique place of well-being inspired by Ayurveda, a natural, ancient medicine from India.

The name of our Centre was taken from Tibetan, Amitayus Limitless Life Mantra.
This mantra does not have a direct translation to other languages, but the phrase Maha Punye means in indirect interpretation: Great merit of helping others.

Modern life -  full of work and family challenges creates the feeling of being physically and mentally overloaded with responsibilities. This causes us to lose a sense of harmony and balance in our lives and in response, we seek out methods of relief from our pain and stress.

The main aim of Maha Punye Ayurveda is to provide you with that relief, and help you achieve your life’s balance once again.

We deliver the highest quality therapies based on the authentic style, oils, herbs and cosmetics found in the heart of Ayurveda - India.

Thank you for visiting our website and we look forward to seeing you in our Centre.

Warm wishes,
Paulina and Martyna


Martyna Kasprzak
Massage and Ayurvedic Therapist

I was always inspired by cultures of the Eastern World, by the music, dance, colours, fragrances and tastes.

I spent one year in Turkey studying and experiencing oriental massages and steam baths. This was where I gained my first massage therapist’s skills.

My experience and natural need to help others inspired me to follow the path of wellness in the world. The specific technique of massage that I learnt during this time was very similar to ayurvedic style.

Ayurveda affected me with its positive and healthy attitude to life.

At the beginning of 2014, I completed the massage therapy course in Menos, Academy of Massage Therapy in Krakow. I have practiced massage and ayurvedic treatments since the begining of 2014 after the training with Paulina. In 2016 I improved my therapeutic skills during individual Ayurvedic Therapy course in Chakrapani Ayurveda Clinic and Research Centre in Jainpur in India. In 2018 I have visited India again to master my techniques. 

I am also a huge fan of Indian dances. I am Bharatanatyan (classical temple dances) and Bollywood dancer. You can often see me on the stage during events related to Indian culture in Poland. 

Paulina Krzętowska
Massage, Ayurvedic and Beauty Therapist

My adventure with Ayurveda started in 2009 during my travels to India; a five-month visit that inspired me to have a closer look into methods of achieving well-being, longevity and life balance. This was where I first experienced ayurvedic treatments, both as a client and as a therapist. Following my return to Europe, I graduated from internationally recognised CIBTAC courses in Massage, Anatomy, Physiology and Aesthetics in well-known Coogan Bergin Beauty Clinic and School and Bronwyn Conroy Beauty School in Dublin, Ireland.

During this time I had also started to work as a massage therapist in the ayurvedic therapy centre – The Samadhi Centre in Dublin. I have been there more than three years.

In 2012, I participated in the Ayurvedic Therapist Diploma course in the prestigious London School of Ayurveda – Ayurveda Pura Academy represent by Doctor Deepa Apte. 



Karolina Kapelak
Massage and Ayurvedic Therapist

My therapeutic talent was found by my aunt. She said: Girl, you have talent in your hands, don’t waste it! I am very happy, I have listened to my aunt and my therapeutic career is developing.

In 2013 I have complited one year long Bio Massage course in Centrum Nauki i Biznesu Żak and in 2016, internationally recognised two years long courses of Anatomy, Physiology and Massage in Szkoła Policealna Integracyjna Masażu Leczniczego in Krakow.

I was always very pasionate about oriental massages. Ayurveda helps me to combine my passion with my medical knowledge. During each massage I use my empathy, mindfulness and knowledge. 


Magdalena Zuber

Physiotherapist, Massage and Ayurvedic Therapist

I have always been interested in ’human’ as a perfectly balanced machine - a combination of body, mind and spirit. I explore and learn techniques for working with these three elements, and then use them while working with the patients. I gained my knowledge about the human body, physio and massage techniques at university, gaining the title of Physiotherapist with active right to practice. I also look for therapeutic methods in traditional and often forgotten, areas such as herbal medicine. Thanks to my interests in Eastern culture and alternative methods of therapies, I combine academic knowledge with the secrets of Ayurveda. In addition to exploring knowledge about human health and body, I deal with broadly understood art. I work for the development of culture and art - and especially I try to increase awakening of creativity and creative thinking in people.