“The body of one who uses oil massage regularly does not become affected much even if subjected to accidental injuries, or strenuous work. By using oil massage daily, a person is endowed with pleasant touch, trimmed body parts and becomes strong, charming and least affected by old age''
(Charaka Samhita Vol. 1, V: 88-89)
Self massage on daily basis helps to restores the balance of the doshas and enhances well-being and longevity. Keeps body, mind and soul balance, happy and healthy. Regular Abyanga is especially grounding and relaxing for Vata dosha imbalances, but everyone can benefit from this practice.
Massage works on every system of our body. This course offers complete training including the theoretical and practical sessions.
» Brief introduction about the herbs and oils used for different diseases.
» Abhyanga (Ayurvedic oil massage)
» Padabhyanga (Feet massage)
» Shiroabhyanga (Head massage)
» Katiabhyanga (Back massage)
» Marma massage
» Face massage
» Panchamrit massage
» Udawartana( powder massage)
» Patrapotali panda swedana
» Shasthishali pinda swedana
» Nadi swedana
» Others techniques of swedan
(Includes both theoretical and practical training)
6.00am | Morning bell
6.00am - 7.00am | Time for self care (morning kriyas)
7.00am - 8.00am | Yoga( optional)/prayers in the temple
8.00am - 8.45am | Free time
8.45am - 9.45 am | Breakfast
10.00am - 11.00am | Theory class
11.00am - 11.15 am | Break
11.15am - 12.30 pm | Theory class
12.30pm - 1.00pm | Preparation for the practical
1.00pm - 2.00pm | Lunch
2.00pm - 2.30pm | Rest time
2.30pm - 5.30pm | Practical training
6.00pm - 7.00pm | evening prayers
» Ayurvedic consultations and two sessions of Panchkarma therapies daily as per needs of the patient.
» One sightseeing tour
» Wi-Fi enabled cyber zone
» Daily two yoga, meditation, and guided relaxation sessions.
» Three delicious vegetarian Ayurvedic meals
» Unlimited herbal teas and filtered water