Certificate Course in Ayurveda Massage Techniques

6 Hours per day for Two Days
11th & 12th August 2018 ( Saturday & Sunday )
For RMTs & other Healthcare Professionals only

Scope
Upon successful completion of the course, the learner will receive a Certificate Course in Ayurveda Massage Techniques

Eligible Candidates for the Course
The eligible candidates Include but is not limited to Registered Massage Therapist, Occupational Therapists, Chiropractors, Kinesiologist, Naturopaths, Pharmacists and Nurse Practitioners, trained in North America and International Graduates who have completed their medical education from accredited recognized universities.

Requirements
Written and verbal fluency in English are a requirement for this course.
Participants must be 18 or over.

Duration of Course:
6 Hours per day for Two Days
11th & 12th August 2018 ( Saturday & Sunday )

Location: CCAY Partner Facility in Downtown, Toronto, Canada

Program Highlights

This Certificate program offers broadly following topics

• Ayurveda Fundamentals
• Body Mind Type or Constitutional Analysis
• Ayurveda Dietary rules
• Special Ayurveda massage; Actions of Massage, Preparation for Massage, Basic strokes of massage:

A) Shirobhyanga • Indication, contraindications and benefits of Head Massage• Preparation of client • Preparation and information about ayurveda ils

B) Shirodhara : Indication, contraindications and benefits of shirobasti • Preparation of client • information about ayurveda oils for shirodhara • Learning scientific technique • Post care

Delivery methods
On site lectures, course notes, handouts, workbooks, practical demonstrations, hands-on learning and supervised clinical practice.
Examination: There will be continuous assessment throughout the course with monthly quizzes & practical assessment. All units of this course will be examined at the completion of the course with both written and practical examinations.

Registration Fee/Deposit
A registration fee/deposit is required to hold a place on the course. Once the course has commenced registration fees are non-refundable. In the exception of a course not commencing all registration fees will be refunded.

Total Cost of Program : CAD $ 500 + HST

This Certificate offers course broadly covers following topics

Ayurvedic treatments given through massages commonly use a combination of pressure, vibration and various motions combined with aromatic oils to give a sense of relief to the entire body. If at any point in life you have considered taking up these holistic massages to reduce pain and stress then here is some information that could come in handy.

Types of Ayurvedic Massages covered in Course :

Ever since its inception, Ayurveda has offered a lot to mankind. Ayurvedic messages, in the form of treatment or rejuvenation therapies, have always come in handy.

Abhyangam

A full body massage is given in this procedure along with medicated hot oil chosen according to the medical condition of the patient. Proper attention is paid to the temperature of the oil to ensure comfort of the patient. Pressure is applied on certain points, which stimulates various energies and aids release of toxins from the body.

Shirodhara

In this head massage, stimulation of the nerves is the motive. A continuously flowing stream or `dhara’ of medicated or herbal oil is poured on the scalp, which treats mental fatigue, increases focus and clarity and relieves headache.

Benefits of Abhyanga:

Ayurvedic oil massage (abhanga) has several benefits. Ayurvedic oil massage gives similar feeling as that of the regular meditation. After massage you will feel settled, serene and in a bliss like state. Ayurvedic oil massage loosens the deep seated toxins from joints and tissues and releases them into system, where they are eliminated. Besides this, the accumulated toxins from skin are also released to give you healthy and clearer skin.

Another benefit of ayurvedic oil massage is that it strengthens and tones the muscles and even resilient to injury.Ayurvedic massage with warm oil helps to nourish, strengthen and lubricate the joints. It makes the joints resilient to wear and tear.

Another important benefit of ayurvedic oil massage is that it pacifies vata dosha. It pacifies kapha and vata, increase stamina, relieves fatigue and nourish all the body parts. Ayurveda recommends incorporating abhangam in your daily routine. Ayurvedic oil massage is traditionally performed in the morning, especially before you take a bath or shower. Sesame oil, herbal massage oil or aroma massage oil can be used for the massage.