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Ayurvedic Massage Course (50 didactic hours full-immersion)

Course is addressed to:
⇒ who wants to be a freelance; freelance want to widen his own profession
⇒ Associated Studies and every level operators of the sector
⇒ Operators inserted professionally in a context of contact with the body: Podiatrists, Physiotherapists, Reflexologists, Shiatsuka, Beauticians, specialists of massage, etc.
⇒ Naturopaths and motivated Physicians to insert the Ayurvedic Massage in their own methods of prevention and care
⇒ who loves to take care himself in natural way;

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From time out of mind, the man possesses a wonderful tool of diagnosis and therapy: his hands.
The hand is the most sophisticated receptor that we possess for practicing our sense of the touch.
When ultrasounds, X rays and CT didn't exist, the man relied upon his hands that worked for instinct and intuition using techniques that evolved thanks to a rigorous practice. This allowed him to interpret the body language allowing to obviate to the deficiencies that it accused.
Unlike the modern world, anciently the people didn't wait for to get sick for taking care themselves, but they adopted a physical, mental and spiritual hygiene of life that allowed them to maintain their state of health as much as possible near to the equilibrium.
The expression "in apparent good health" for them was totally unknown!

The term "Ayurveda" means "knowledge of the life". This knowledge derives from the observation of nature that offers the keys to the reading of all codes that are to the origin of the life.
Once understood this code, the man elaborated some tools that allowed the maintenance of the homeostasis of the systems govern the human body.
Among the different tools the massage plays a prominent role.
According to the Ayurveda, the massage is necessary for any creature both human and animal; it is necessary both to the elderly person and the baby; both who receives and who gives the massage have benefit of it.
In Indian culture, the massage play a prominent role: newborns and children are massaged.
During a particular ceremonial, bride and groom to be, before wedding receive a special massage.
Women are gently massaged during the entire pregnancy and after the birth the massage progressively becomes more energetic so the body can quickly recover.
The massage contributes to improve digestion, absorption and assimilation. It stimulates the correct distribution of the nutrient elements thanks to the correct circulation restoration and it contributes to the correct exchange of tissue fluid.

The massage is as any branch of the Medicine, an art. The art to enter communication with the other, to understand his needs and to offer him some answers. Obviously as far as possible!
To apply every day a little of oil massaging it on the body for 30-45 minutes before washing, improves the health and maintains young the organism.
The massage is practicable from the first to the last day of life.
For who suffers from insomnia or who has a disturbed sleep, it is essential to receive a massage or to practise a self-massage.
According to Charak, people suffering from insomnia have to receive a massage to the head before going to bed.
The massage of feet is recommended for people that suffer from fatigue.
A perfect partial massage combines the massage to the feet, the vertebral column one and the head one.
Abhyangam has relaxing effects, it increases the physical resistance, the patience, the self-trust, the tolerance, the good sense, the intelligence, the sexual vitality, the physical beauty.
The Abhyangam is used to therapeutic purpose as adjuvant for:
- neurasthenia
- headache
- insomnia
- poliomyelitis
- obesity
- irregularity of arterial pressure
- asthma
- mental illnesses.

The massage increases the production of white globules and antibodies. It improves the defence mechanisms of the body and it strengthens the immune system.
The regular massage helps to maintain in equilibrium the three doshas (Vata, Pitta and Kapha) and the three gunas (Sativa, Rajas and Tamas).
The Abhyangam is a technique that contemplates different methods of accomplishment depending on tradition and Indian zones.
In Kerala, the ancient tradition linked to the body care of the fighters (particularly famous in this region, begins the massage starting from the sacral region. Application of oil is practiced after having stimulated the tissues with movements of percussion and friction.
In southern Kerala, the Abhyangam begins from the head, shirobhyanga, and then to pass, in supine position, to feet, legs, hands, arms, abdomen, chest, back and side returning then on the abdomen.
The our Abhyangam follows the Sri Govindan's progression.
Govindan is a Gandhi's follower and living to the succession of Vinosa Bhave (friend, supporter and actuator of Gandhi's theories) had the opportunity to learn the massage to help his teacher to maintain a good health. The teacher, then, asks him to spread this Abhyangam in the world.
Abhyangam is therefore a massage with special characteristics, practiced with the oil and it has a specific use. His finalities are: maintenance of health, prevention of illness and ageing, relaxation.