Ayurvedic Head Massage Workshop
10 October 2020
The Ayurvedic head massage is an ancient healing therapy, as old as Ayurveda itself. Its Sanskrit name is Shiro Abhyanga. It promotes relaxation and restores the energy balance throughout your entire body.
Shiro Abhyanga involves massaging the head, neck and shoulders with warm herbalised oil to calm and balance your mind and nervous system. This massage contributes to the relaxation of your muscles, improves blood and energy flow throughout your body, and helps eliminate toxins.
This three hour workshop with Dr. Ram Mani Bhandari is a comprehensive theoretical and practical session. It provides an introduction to traditional Ayurvedic massage with an emphasis on the marmas (energy points) that are located on the head. During the workshop, you will learn how to perform an Ayurvedic head, neck, and face massage in a sitting position. You will also be taught about the significance of marma points and pressure points in the head region. You will be taught how to choose Ayurvedic oils to suit a particular body constitution or dosha.
You will also receive course handouts with theoretical notes and illustrations of marma points.
This course will give you an insight into the Ayurvedic principles related to the practice of an Indian Head Massage, and you will be taught the skills to perform it. The definitive advantage of the Ayurvedic Head massage is that it can be performed anywhere as it doesn´t require any special equipment!
This workshop is suitable for anyone who wants to deepen their knowledge of holistic wellbeing.
You don’t need prior experience or knowledge of Ayurveda.
Everyone is welcome to come and learn with an expert.