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[Ayurveda Abhyanga Dosha treatment method]


Abhyanga is an ancient Indian Ayurvedic oil massage. In Ayurveda, treatment is performed by classifying several constitutions such as vata, pitta, and kapha, but there are different methods such as oil selection, stroke rhythm, and pressure adjustment. In this course, you can understand them and master the way of each constitution.

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◇ Course time: 6 hours (2 credits)
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Abhyanga is an oil massage performed in ancient Indian medicine Ayurveda. Abhyanga is a combination of the Sanskrit words Abhyasa (repeat) and Anga (hands and feet), and is a method of rubbing and massaging the body with oil. Rub repeatedly to apply the oil to your body. Pour a generous amount of warm oil onto the skin, and then gently apply the oil using your hands. It is an image of putting your hand in close contact with the skin and rubbing it carefully. The oil warmed by the palm temperature and the body temperature of the person receiving the massage penetrates the skin and improves blood circulation throughout the body. This promotes the flow of blood and lymph, and can be expected to have a detox effect that promotes the discharge of waste products such as toxins accumulated in the body. In Abhyanga, the oil has a moisturizing effect on the skin, and the body is warmed up by massage, which promotes metabolism and can be expected to have a beautiful skin effect. , You can also expect a whitening effect. It also has an anti-aging effect and an effect that improves the functioning of internal organs, and has a positive effect on gynecological organs such as the uterus. Abhyanga uses carefully selected botanical oils, but high-quality oils such as sesame oil, coconut oil, and sweet almond oil are imprinted. In Ayurveda, there is a technique called "Mardana" that involves pushing and kneading, and a technique called "Marma" that eliminates energy stagnation by pressing acupuncture points. In Ayurveda, treatment is performed by classifying several constitutions such as vata, pitta, and kapha. Also, the rhythm of the stroke and the condition of the pressure will be different. Therefore, based on counseling, the therapist will adjust according to the customer's constitution. At Abhyanga, you can get a fatigue recovery effect from the deep relaxation that you get by being massaged slowly with warm hands. It will cleanse not only the body but also the mind.

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1 Ayurveda Abhyanga Dosha treatment method 01 1credits 3hours
2 Ayurveda Abhyanga Dosha treatment method 02 1credits 3hours
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