Ayurveda Massage Training Course Goa, India - Kerala Ayurveda Panchakarma Training Course.
Aithein Ayurveda organises Ayurvedic Massage Training Course Programs in GOA, INDIA (30 days Ayurvedic Massage Training course in Goa, India)
Our Ayurveda Panchakarma Massage Training courses are prepared by highly qualified and experienced professionals in the field of Traditional Ayurveda
in India. We have enough theoretical classes and practical time to allow the participants to understand the Traditional Ayurveda therapies of Kerala.
This is a 30-day Ayurveda training course for those who are interested in deep knowledge and practical training in Ayurveda Panchakarma therapies, massage & treatment practices of Kerala. This Ayurveda training course includes the study of traditional Ayurvedic treatment including Panchakarma.
Our Ayurveda Panchakarma Massage Training course and our Institute is recognized for Ayurveda Massage Training Course by "Government of India" for conducting Ayurveda Panchakarma Training course (Ayurveda Massage Training Course) in GOA (India).
This is a very informative course in ayurveda with a well balanced proportion of theory and practicals, useful for both beginners and those with good understanding of Ayurvedic methods.
Theory session includes in-depth explanations on various concepts in Ayurveda, Panchakarma, Massages, Treatment Procedures, Marma Points, Pulse Diagnosis Etc,
Practical Session includes Kerala speciality massages and other Ayurvedic massage techniques like Face Massage, Head Massage, Shirodhara, Abhyanga, Kalari Marma Massage, Massage with Herbal Bags, etc.
Please see the ayurvedic massage training course details below:
- Introduction To Ayurveda
- Definition Of Ayurveda
- Unique Features Of Ayurveda
- Aims Of Ayurveda
- The Concept Of Health
- History Of Ayurveda
- Branches Of Ayurveda
- The Pancha Maha Bhuta Concept
- Tridosha Concept (Vital Energies)
- Concept Of Saptha Dhatus (Body Tissues)
- Concept Of Malas (Waste Products)
- Concept Of Agni (Digestive Fire)
- Concepts Of Koshtas (Alimentary Tract)
- Concept Of Deha Prakruti (Body Type)
- Poorva Karma (Prepefatory Process Of Panchakarma)
- Sneha Karma
- Abhyanga (External Oleation Therapy)
- Shiro Abhyanga (Oleation Of Head)
- Mukha Abhyanga (Oleation Of Face)
- Sweda Karma (Sudation Therapy)
- Tapa Sweda (Fomrntation)
- Upanaha Swedda (Sudation Using Warm Poultice)
- Ushma Sweda (Sudation Using Herbal Steam&Bolus Bags)
- Drava Sweda (Sudation Using Steam)
- Different Sudations Without The Use Of Fire
- Benefits Of Proper Sudation
- Regimen To Be Followed After Sudation Therapy
- Panchakarma Therapy
- Detailed Description Of Vamana (Emesis Therapy)
- Detailed Description Of Virechana (Purgation Therapy)
- Detailed Description Of Vasti (Enema Therapy)
- Detailed Description Of Nasya (Nasal Cleansing)
- Detailed Description Of Rekta Moksha (Blood Letting Therapy)
- Description Of Marma Points
- Detailed Description Of Pulse Diagnosis
- Properties And Use Of Various Herbal Oils
- Ayurvedic Head Massage
- Ayurvedic Face Massage
- Kalari Marma Massage
- Shirodhara - With Oil
- Shiro Dhara With Medicated Milk
- Shirodhara With Butter Milk
- Elakizhi - Massage With Bags Of Herbal Leaves
- Podi Kizhi - Massage With Bags Of Herbal Powders
- Navara Kizhi - Massage With Bags Of Herbal Rice
- Udhwarthana - Dry Massage With Herbal Powders For Obesity
- Kaya Seka - Oil Bath
- Kadee Vasti - Local Treatment For Back Ache
- Greva Vasti - Local Treatment For Neck Pain
- Janu Vasti - Local Treatment For Knee Problems
- Nasya - Cleansing Of Head Through Nasal Medication
- Pulse Diagnosis - Practice Session
As mentioned above, our curriculum for the Ayurveda Panchakarma Training courses are prepared for teaching the basics of Ayurveda massages and therapies. It also explains the use of herbs, use of different oils/powders, identification of different constitution of the body and treatments accordingly.
The specialized Ayurveda Panchakarma Training courses have been prepared after extensive research and we conduct these Ayurveda Training Courses in GOA, INDIA.
We are one of the leading Ayurveda institutes providing professional Ayurveda training courses for masseurs, Doctors, therapists and other professionals in the field of ayurvedic health care.
Shila-abhyanga is an Ayurvedic form of Hot stone Massage. The massage begins with a full body oil massage and then followed by hot stone massage.
Once you are relaxed after an oil massage and are ready for the next step, the therapist will spread the stones on the body. Once in a while some stones will be removedwhile other will be added. The heat of the stone allows a deeper massage to specific points around the body letting the heat penetrate deep into the muscles, alleviating discomfort in the area. It opens the pores and relaxes the tissue.
This popular form of massage finds its roots in the ancient science of Ayurveda. Shila Abhyanga basically means "stone massage". It constitutes a form of swedana, or thermotherapy used to help the Ayurvedic herbal oils penetrate deeply into all your tissues. The rishis (seers) of ancient India used natural tools such as these and integrated them into their herbal therapies to promote healing and longevity.
This helps in balancing the Doshas specially reduces vata dosha.
Also the warm stones expand the blood vessels. Hence push blood and unwanted waste products through the body. This therapy has a sedative effect on the nervous system. Promotes healing and has a rejuvenating effect on the whole body. It facilitates the cleansing of all systems, particularly the lymphatic system.
Course contents of Ayurveda Hot Stone Massage (Shila Abhyanga):
- Introduction to principles of Ayurveda
- Explanation of the 3 Doshas or body types and their characteristics
- etermining ones Dosha type
- Choose Ayurvedic oils to suit a client's body constitution or Dosha for a hot stone massage routine
- Full routine of the Ayurvedic Hot stone Massage technique
- Indications and contraindications for Ayurvedic Hot Stone Massage
- Use of hot stones pertaining to the various Chakras
Ayurveda Yoga massage blends seamlessly the acumen of Ayurveda and Yoga and is a specialty from Pune. Developed in the early 1980' by Kusum Modak, it is unique combination of traditional Deep Tissue massage with Yoga-Based Assisted Stretching Therapy. Ayurveda Yoga massage is a therapeutic work and can be used as a series of treatment or a relaxing, detoxifying and rejuvenating experience.
At Aithein, we instruct our students on basics of Deep tissue massage as well yoga centric stretching that is specific to various ailments. We encourage our students to practice and perfect this on volunteers and help them understand the various nuances of the massage.
Ayurvedic Yoga Massage is given with just a little oil mixed with the powder of a root called Calamus. It is strong but gentle on the whole body with massage strokes over the whole body and various yoga stretching's combined in the session. It is performed on a mat allowing for a full range of stretching. In addition; the deep tissue massage dissolves physical tension, while the assisted stretches and breathing exercises realign the body and stimulate the natural flow of energy. All of this, combined with co-ordinated deep breathing, allows the Prana, the ‘vital energy’ to flow easily throughout the body. Ayurvedic Yoga Massage is known to bring instant benefits on physical, psychological and energetic levels.
Some of the benefits gained from this massage are:
- Helps dissolve physical and emotional blocks,
- Eliminates toxins from the body,
- Promotes correct posture,
- Improve respiratory patterns and
- Leaves the client with a deep sense of well-being.
Marma-point massage dates back to southern India circa 1500 BC. Masters of kalari, an ancient martial art, first discovered the power of marma points. In battle, kalari fighters targeted an opponent's marma points as a way to inflict pain and injury. According to kalari lore, people have 12 marma points that, when hit with a knockout blow, can cause instant death. These areas were so important that soldiers even used armor to protect their horses' marma points while riding into battle.
The Siddha Marma course contains:
- History of Marma massage
- The Three Doshas
- Different temperaments
- Pulse Diagnosis
- Benefits of Marma Massage
- Contra-indications of Marma Massage
- Steps for Marma Massage
- Marmas and their relation to the body
You do not need to take anything with you to the class; all massage couches, and chairs, towels and equipment are all provided. You do not need to wear a therapist tunic or whites - comfortable clothing is fine.
You do not need to take a model with you as you will work with another student on the day of training. Early bookings are advised to secure your place to avoid disappointment, due to the small numbers taken for each class ensuring you individual attention.
Chavutti Thirummal, the Keralite massage with the foot, is an inseparable part of Kerala traditions.
This is a unique whole body massage using the feet instead of hands. The therapist holds a rope and gives massage with his feet, the feet moving in several patterns all over the client's body.
After applying healing oils, the therapist uses body weight to work on the energy lines focusing on muscle and bone alignment. This restores elasticity and flexibility. Massage is done mainly with the instep of the foot, at times using the toes and heels.
Chavutti Thirummal is a delicate balancing act with the rope and requires tremendous coordination, concentration and physical power. Chavutti Thirummal is done on a firm, supportive mat on the floor.
The technique was developed for maintaining suppleness in the body and for treating pain and swelling caused by combat. It is however, equally suitable as a treatment for those not involved in regular or strenuous physical exercise and wishing to maintain their own fitness and well being. It is based on the precise knowledge of the body's energetic channels "nadis" or the merdian lines.