Ayurveda is a traditional medical system that originated in ancient India. Its etymology is derived from the Sanskrit words "ayus" (life) and "veda" (science), and can be understood as "the science of life." Ayurveda is deeply related to health and mental attitude, and is a science that provides a comprehensive knowledge of health, including spiritual, mental and social aspects. Ayurveda believes that there are three life energies at the base of the body. First, there are three life energies, Vata, Pitta and Kapha, which are the basic energies of the body, which he calls Tridoshas. Each dosha represents a natural phenomenon such as "fire", "wind", and "earth", and has properties such as speed, sharpness, and weight. , at times creating an unbalanced and unhealthy state. It is said that the ``Qi'', ``Blood'', and ``Water'' in Kampo medicine are derived from this flow, and if these three flow smoothly in the body, you are healthy, and if they are not flowing smoothly, you will get sick. are also common. The three doshas also have a great influence on your constitution. A state of balance is a state of health, and when it is out of balance, it causes illness. Also, the balance differs from person to person, and people with strong kapha, vata, and pitta separate from each other. That is the character of the person. In this course, the treatment method for each tridosha is replaced with traditional Thai massage, and as an Ayurvedic Thai massage, the specific treatment method is room setting, stroke speed, how to use herbal balls, depth of pressure, All the details about rhythm etc. are different.
Ayurvedic Thai massage derives the client's constitution in advance through counseling, and performs treatments that apply Thai massage techniques according to each constitution. The treatment method will change depending on the constitution derived from the dosha diagnosis. When performing a treatment, it is necessary to take appropriate measures after grasping the color, temperature and humidity of the room, the type of drink, the speed of the stroke, the strength of the pressure, and the treatment area to focus on. I have summarized it briefly, so please refer to it.