3 Day Massage Course
Derived from an ancient Indian tradition, Ayurvedic treatments are designed to help loosen toxins in the body and release excesses. The goal in all the treatments is to restore balance and re-establish calmness and harmony. They are deeply cleansing and purifying for the mind, body and spirit. The treatments have a rhythm and flow that encompass the entire body. Herbalised oils are used which target individual imbalances.
Type of Event
Ayurvedic massage is unique and has a point of difference from any other style of massage. Have you ever wondered whether your using the right type of oil to suit your clients body type? Ayurveda tailors each and every treatment to suit the individual, you can enhance your clients treatment by using easy to follow techniques according to the ancient principles and philosophy of Ayurveda.
The spa industry is in constant search of such talents which can take the industry to newer heights. If you're looking to start a spa/massage business or to develop your existing business this course is for you.
You will be able to introduce something new and unique to your existing clientel and cater to an international level with Ayurveda, India's health care system that has stood the test of time for over 5000 years.
Ayurvedic Bodywork 1 - AYMAS1 Relaxation Treatment Massage
Basic principles of Ayurveda
Best Practice - Ayurvedic therapy principles
Ayurvedic Anatomy and Physiology
Constitution, Prakruti and Tri-dosha theory
Structure and function of anatomical systems
Fundamentals of biomechanics
Topics will include:
Introduction to Ayurvedic bodywork and the Droni
Brief outline of the history of massage.
Classical massage movements and hand positions
Massage oils and pastes
Giving and receiving Ayurvedic relaxation massage under supervision - includes - Towel technique, Client positioning. Contra indications
Next intake for 2015:
Friday - Sunday, 20-22 March 2015.
The Health Institute Australia, 1/126 Scarborough Street, Southport. Tel: 55310511
3 day intensive inclusive of theory and practice.
+ Supervised student clinic - 25 hours.
+ Certificate of Attendance.