Ayurveda Massage And Healing Course

Ayurveda Massage And Healing Course (21 Days)

Ayurveda is the traditional natural healing system of India going back over five thousand years. Ayurveda is now recognized as one of the most important systems of mind-body medicine and its popularity is spreading throughout the world. Ayurveda considers all aspects of healing from diet and herbs to mantra and meditation as a complete holistic system of medicine. This program outlines the main aspects of Ayurvedic theory, diagnosis and practice. The Ayurvedic Massage and Healing course provides extensive information on Ayurveda in its main branches. The course adds to these physical modalities a higher dimension of Yoga and Ayurveda, showing an integral mind-body approach that includes spiritual and psychological considerations. The goal of the course is to provide students a foundation for a deeper study of Ayurveda, Panchkarma and Yoga providing the key information taught in longer Ayurvedic programs.


• Introduction to the Course and how to use it • PanchaMahabhuta Concept
• Tridosha Concept -The Biological Humors of Vata, Pitta and Kapha • Concept of SaptaDhatu(Seven Tissues)
• Concept of Mala - The Three Waste Materials and their conditions • Concept of Agni (Digestive Fire)
• Concept of Srotas - The Fourteen Channel Systems of the Body • Concept of Koshta (Alimentary Tract)
• Concept of Vikurti • Concept of Ama (metabolic toxins)
• Concept of Prakruti (Body Constitution) • Prana, Tejas and Ojas, the Three Vital Essences
• Ayurvedic View of the Organs and their relationship to the Doshas • Diagnosis and Patient Examination: Differential Diagnosis of Disease Syndromes
• Methods of pulse, tongue, abdomen, questioning and observation • Ayurvedic Psychology, Spiritual Principles of Ayurveda
• Examination of the Subtle Body, Chakras, and Nadis ----------------------------------------


Panchakarma is Ayurveda's primary purification and detoxification treatment. Panchakarma means "five therapies". These 5 therapeutic treatments eliminate toxins from the body. Panchakarma purifies the tissues at a very deep level. It involves daily massages and oil baths, herbal enemas, nasal administrations. It is a very pleasurable experience. The various therapies are –

• Snehan (oleation therapy) • Swedan (sweating)
• Vamana (use of emetics) • Virechan (use of laxatives)
• Basti • Basti
• Shirodhara • Shirodhara
• Shirodhara • Shirodhara
• Nasya (Nasal administration) • Karnapoorana
• Akshitarpan/Netratarpan • RaktaMokshana (bloodletting)
• Kati Vasti • Pizhichil
• HridBasti/Urobasti • JanuBasti
• Navarkizhi (shashtikpindaswedan) • ThalaDharan

ADVANCED TREATMENT METHODS : • Yoga Psychology and Ayurvedic Counseling: healing the mind and emotional nature

Ayurveda Diet and Nutrition Course


The most important principle in the Ayurvedic Diet is that your food is fresh (without pesticides, additives and other chemicals), seasonal, and as often as possible local. Fresh doesn’t, however, mean raw. The best are freshly cooked, whole meals. What is good for one person might not be good for others. As per Ayurveda, we should eat based on our constitution. We check your constitution and suggest you diet plan and chart for the healthy ayurvedic living.

Syllabus for Ayurveda Diet and Nutrition Course

  • Introduction
  • Definition of Health
  • Concept of Nutrition according to Ayurveda
  • Panch maha bhootas
  • Rasa
  • Veerrya
  • Vipak
  • Prabhav
  • 20 Attributes
  • Rules & Regulations
  • Classification of Food
  • Contradictory Food
  • Assessment of Constitution
  • Food According to Constitution
  • Food According to seasons
  • Food According to Age
  • Mind & Food
  • Ama & Detox Food
  • Diseases & Food Channel affected Visited Dosha Food
  • Assessment of Own Food
  • Kitchen Pharmacy