Ayurveda therapy program
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15 days / 105 Hours
WEEK 1 – ABHYANGA BODY MASSAGE
Abhyanga is traditionally performed with medicated herbal oil chosen according to a person’s Dosha. It uses long strokes, mainly with the full palm and all the pressure movements are in the direction of blood pressure. Abhyanga is the Aurevdic treatment on the center of the body or Panca Karma which is the “Belly”. Abhyanga (the Ayurveda oil massage)balances the doshas, relieves fatigue, provides stamina, gives pleasure and perfect sleep, enhances the complexion and the luster of the skin, promotes longevity and nourishes all parts of the body”.
Learn it as an individual 5 day ayurveda body massage module or as part of this comprehensive 15 day program.
WEEK 2 – SHIRODHARA
Shirodhara means the pouring of herbal liquids over the third eye, head and scalp. The therapist pours oil on the third eye because there is a lot of systems on the head and the centre is on the third eye. When the practitioner pours the oil, the third eye will be open to stimulate all these systems.
Learn it as an individual 5 day shirodara module or as part of this comprehensive 15 day Ayurveda program.
WEEK 3 – INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE + PIZHICHIL AND KIZHI THERAPIES
Based on India’s ancient Ayurveda healing system, Indian Head Massage has been practiced for over 5,000 years due to its health benefits, and to keep the hair shiny and in good condition.
Pizhichil is the periodic squeezing of warm medicated oil all over the body with a small, ball-shaped towel. It is an effective remedy for optimum relaxation, and also helpful for sexual or nervous weaknesses, rheumatic pains, hypertension, and emaciated limbs.
Kizhi Therapy consists of warm, steamed pouches of herbs, plants, roots and more that are gently applied to sore, sprained or tired body parts.
Learn them as an individual 5 day Basic Ayurveda Head Massage module or as part of this comprehensive 15 day Ayurveda program.
The methods of Tutorials include:
- Case Studies
- Home Study
- Commercial Practice