Course Availability: Any time of the year at the convenience of the student. Eligibility: Basics of Ayurveda. Duration: 30 Days
Massage, as a therapeutic and healing therapy, is known to have been practiced by the ancient Indian physicians, Sage Charaka and Sage Sushruta. The history of Ayurvedic massage dates back several centuries to healers who worked miracles with their hands. They worked by instinct and intuition, using techniques they developed through regular practice. This regular practice meant rigorous training and an unwavering discipline coupled with the commitment of the therapist, and a more essential ingredient-the feeling of oneness and harmony with the receiver.
The Ayurvedic Massage Therapist program introduces you to Abhyanga (oil massage), Kizhi (bolus massage), Udvartana (powder massage), and other healing massages for health and beauty. The course also offers a clear insight into the fundamental principles of Ayurveda and their applications in healthcare.
The course enables you to educate your clients about the benefits of Ayurvedic healing therapies and lifestyle practices. You can also add value to your existent professional practice through counseling and providing appropriate massage therapies. In addition, this course will enable you to:
Identify the different Ayurvedic Body Types
Recognize the root cause of diseases
Determine appropriate massage therapies for common health concerns
“When I came to Jiva, I discovered that it is an entire concept that teaches you the right way of life, which is very important for human beings. Now, I wish to help people through my knowledge.”
Denise Vallat, Ayurveda Student, Switzerland
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