Ayurvedic Head & Face Massage
Ayurvedic Head and Face Massage can be easily integrated into an existing routine or performed as a treatment in it’s own right.
You will learn a full sequence of Ayurvedic Head and Face Massage incorporating Marma points found on the head, face, neck and ears.
You will also learn how to work these Marma points effectively to help with specific disorders.
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Ayurveda, meaning the knowledge of life, is a timeless wisdom passed down from the sages of ancient India. Massage is an integral part of Ayurveda and this course aims to teach the traditional techniques which incorporate eastern pressure points used to give a therapeutic treatment.
Ayurvedic Head and Face Massage has a unique way of treating the head and face as well as the scalp, ears and neck.
The treatment is performed whilst in the seated position to engage the postural muscles of the spine in order to promote a state of self awareness rather than a sleep like state.
This is mainly a practical course and there will be a maximum of only 10 students on the Course.
This Course certifies for 7 hours of group learning.
Understand and be able to determine individual mind-body constitution types of your clients and use an Ayurvedic body type assessment tool.
Understand the Chakra system & Marma point theory.
Perform a full Ayurvedic Head and Face Massage.
Locate and effectively work Marma points on the head, face, neck and ears to help with specific disorders.
Choose specific Ayurvedic oils and adapt Ayurvedic Massage techniques according to your client’s constitution.
You must be a qualified Reflexologist, Massage therapist, Aromatherapist, Indian Head Massage Therapist or Manual therapist (Level 3 or above) to attend this Course.
Panna Vaidya BSc (Hons) MSc MBAAP
Panna comes from a traditional lineage of Ayurvedic Doctors and is a full qualified UK Ayurvedic Practitioner receiving both her undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Ayurvedic Medicine at Middlesex University, London. Whilst completing her degrees Panna conducted research into the effects of combining traditional ayurvedic herbs with conventional medicine, for which she was recognised. Panna [...]