Learn about Ayurveda integrated massage – an ancient and holistic body art from India that gave birth to so many other official and alternative medicines.
Abhyanga is the typical traditional Indian style of massage therapy, which uses medicated massage oils, depending on the therapeutic need and biotype of the client.
The use of different manoeuvres on the musculoskeletal system that vary between superficial and deep, with manipulations of joints and ligaments, makes this technique an effective and safe method in the recovery of muscle elasticity and joint flexibility, in addition to improving blood and lymph circulation, revitalizing the body and relaxing the nervous system, resulting in a general wellbeing of body and mind.
As well as this therapeutic approach, methods of assessing the body’s upper and lower limbs will be taught, as well as an in-depth study of the different morphological biotypes and their dysfunctions and the application of correction techniques.
Deepening the study of the anatomy of the manipulated structures and their indications and counter-indications.
- Balancing emotions;
- Remove fatigue and tiredness while increasing strength and confidence;
- Facilitate self-knowledge;
- Improve eyesight;
- Improve sleep quality;
- Combat stress;
- Recover and maintain physical, psychic and mental health;
- Eliminate the rigidity of the joints;
- Enlarge the respiratory capacity;
- Activate blood circulation;
- Recovering the maximum level of vital energy, undoing blockages;
- Align and rebalance the chakras, energy centres in the body, and open the subtle energy channels;
- Toning and nourishing different types of skin and muscles;
- Correct body posture;
- Various benefits depending on the therapy
A practical and functional system that can and should be applied to all people and by all people. Includes a theoretical component of the introduction to anatomy, physiology, massage in India and precepts of Ayurvedic therapy.
The practical part is mostly composed of a complete massage sequence that covers the whole body and can take from 30 min. to 2 hours depending on the context in question.
- History of Ayurveda, Ayurveda theory and therapy
- Ethics and posture of the massage therapist
- The theory and practice of the 5 Elements
- The chakras and their relationship with the Elements (of the body and of the Universe)
- Vital organs and mind
Basics of anatomy and physiology
- Variations of Ayurvedic massage
Marmas and Nadis
- Marmatherapy – stimulation of vital points (marmas)
- Chavutti Thirumal – foot massage of the back, feet and legs
- Thai-yoga – stretching and traction manoeuvres of the spine, upper and lower limbs
- Psycho-corporal language according to Ayurveda
- Ayurvedic massage and realignment of the chakras
- Posture correction
- Phytotherapeutic oils
388€ or 50€ pre-registration + 2 instalments of 175€ (to be paid until the beginning of the course)
There are no prerequisites for taking this course.
However, it is necessary to consider that it is a challenging course with moments of theoretical and practical evaluation throughout the training.
It is recommended to have some knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology for a correct application and understanding of the therapies and techniques involved.
If you feel the need to deepen your knowledge, you can enjoy a 30% discount on the Anatomy and Physiology Course taught within the Advanced Course on Complementary Osteopathic Techniques – talk to us!
This course integrates the Master in Ayurvedic Therapy and Consultancy. If you later decide to deepen your knowledge and join the Master, the amount invested in this short course will be deducted from the total amount of the Master and its completion will be considered as a module already completed.