Ayurveda Body Massage

Description

Ayurveda (Abhyanga) Body Massage is traditionally performed with medicated herbal oils chosen according to the patient’s Dosha. It consists of long strokes, mainly using the full palm, with pressure added to all the strokes which follow the direction of blood flow. The client is usually discouraged from using a head pillow to promote smoother circulation. The massage is centred on the body’s Panca Karma or “belly”.

Abhyanga is an integral part of the daily routine recommended by the Ayurveda healing system for overall health and well-being. It nourishes the body, balances the Doshas, relieves fatigue and provides stamina, pleasure and perfect sleep. It also enhances the complexion and the lustre of the skin, promotes longevity and nourishes all parts of the body.

Experience one of our most popular courses with this simple step-by-step video which demonstrates the main movements and techniques of Ayurveda Body Massage and how to combine them, just as we teach them on our in-house course. There are lots of close-ups so that you can see the techniques in detail, together with wide angle shots to allow you to view the therapist’s body-mechanics.

Should you be interested in attending one of our fantastic in-house courses and obtaining a professional qualification then please visit our website at www.balibisa.com for further information.

  • Purchase: $29.99
  • Author: Bali BISA