Ayurveda Panchkarma - Full Body Detox - Ayurvedic Massage
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Ayurveda Panchkarma - Full Body Detox - Ayurvedic Massage

PRACTICAL AWARENESS IN AYURVEDIC DETOXIFICATION & MASSAGE TECHNIQUES
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Created by Dr. Himani Sharma
Last updated 1/2020
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This course includes
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 29 articles
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  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • You will receive a certificate of completion from Vidya Retreat India.
  • This program covers the practical training on management of diseases with patient focus.
  • This program helps to give an idea about the principles of Ayurveda and one can improve the quality of his / her health by practicing the principles mentioned such as diet, routine, exercise etc
  • This program is oriented to give an insight to the various massage techniques used in Ayurveda. This can be an add-on course to persons who are already working in various health sectors. One can utilize this to improvise his existing knowledge, and to improvise the various techniques to help the needy
  • Advanced ayurvedic learning for providing health care solutions on a wellness perspective. Students will be eligible to give life style advices and natural remedies for common health issues
  • A detailed theory of Panchakarma will be covered, including the Poorvakarma (Preparation), Pradhanakarma (Main Procedure) and Paschatkarma (Post procedural convalescence). The preparatory procedures including, various types of Snehana & Swedana therapies including Abhyanga, Choornasweda, Patrapotala Sweda, Njavarakizhi, Pizhichil, Kateevasthy, Nethratharpanam, Lepam, Pichu, etc. This course also includes the five-fold Ayurvedic Detoxification procedures such as Vamana, Virechana, Anuvasana, Niroohavasthy and Nasya. The post Panchakarma convalescence like specific food and lifestyle modification is also a part of this course. This course also covers various aspects of Rasayana- the anti-ageing modalities of Ayurveda.
Requirements
  • No prior background needed.
Description

Ayurveda is an elegant system of healing, first described around 5,000 years ago in ancient Vedic texts as comprehensive teachings on preserving and maintaining health. The fact that this ancient medicine is still in use today is a testament to the wisdom it holds when it comes to understanding the human potential to achieve a happy and wholesome life.

Panchakarma – Rejuvenating Detox

Panchakarma is a Sanskrit word that means “five actions” or “five treatments”. This is a process used to clean the body of toxic materials left by disease, poor nutrition and environmental toxins. Normally the body has the innate ability to efficiently process and remove these waste materials, including the vitiated doshas. However, due to one’s repeated dietary indiscretions, poor exercise patterns, lifestyle, and genetic predisposition, the digestive enzymes, metabolic co-factors, hormones, and agnis which regulate the body’s internal homeostasis become disorganized. This can lead to the accumulation and spread of toxins throughout the physiology resulting in disease. This waste matter is called ama in Ayurveda. Ama is a foul-smelling, sticky, harmful substance that needs to be completely evacuated from the body.

Panchakarma will remove the excess doshas and correct imbalances in them as well as eliminate the harmful ama out of your system through the body’s own organs and channels of elimination (colon, sweat glands, lungs, bladder, urinary tract, stomach, intestines, etc). Panchakarma purifies the tissues at a very deep level.

It is a very pleasurable experience that is tailored to individual needs and may involve:

  • Daily warm oil massage (abhyanga)

  • Herbal steam therapy (swedana)

  • Lymphatic massage

  • Herbal enemas (basti)

  • Nasal administrations (nasya)

  • Other special treatments

Panchakarma Treatments

The descriptions that follow cover the variety of therapies that may be performed during a Panchakarma series and represent the actual treatments used in this ancient art of life extension. Two Ayurvedic therapists working in synchronicity perform many of them. Two, three, and sometimes four of these therapies are linked together during the course of one day’s treatments.

Abhyanga

An individually prepared herbal-oil massage designed to deeply penetrate the skin, relax the mind-body, break up impurities, and stimulate both arterial and lymphatic circulation. It enhances the ability of nutrients to reach starved cells and allows for the removal of stagnant waste. The desired result is a heightened state of awareness that will direct the internal healing system of the body.

Shirodhara

A warm, gentle and methodic pouring of herbalized oil over the forehead, synchronizing brain waves and profoundly coordinating and calming the mind, body, and spirit.

Garshana

A dry lymphatic skin brushing with either a wool or silk glove. This enhances circulation and cleanses the skin so that subsequent oil and herbal treatments can penetrate deeply into freshly cleansed pores.

Swedana

An herbalized steam bath, during which the head and the heart are kept cool (an important difference in Ayurvedic steam treatments) while the body is heated to remove mental, emotional and physical toxins lodged deeply within the tissues. The cool head and heart provide a sense of calm and openness while the therapeutic steam over the entire body can penetrate and cleanse deeply, without overheating and causing stress to the body.

Udvartana

A deeply penetrating herbal paste lymphatic massage. This powerful exfoliating treatment will magically restore your natural radiance. It conditions the skin while releasing stagnant lymphatic toxins from the body.

Five Senses Therapy

This treatment combines the therapeutic effect of all five senses working in harmony. Sound therapies are specific Vedic hymns and mantras recommended for each imbalance. Touch therapy enlivens specific vital points on the body called marma points. Taste therapy uses certain herbal medicines. Sight uses Ayurvedic color therapy, and smell is accessed with combinations of rare aromatics. The effect harmonizes all of the senses to bring one’s awareness to the source of thought and feeling within the heart.

Basti

An herbal enema specially prepared to pull toxins out of the colon. This is the final stage of each daily Panchakarma treatment. The freshly loosened impurities from each day of treatment are flushed out of the body via the effects of the basti. The basti also transports Ayurvedic medicines into the blood and tissues in order to transform the memory of damaged and toxic cells. It is considered one of the most important and most powerful aspects of the Panchakarma treatment.

Nasya

Individually prescribed herbs and oil drops, inhaled through the nose, which clear the sinuses of excessive mucus. It is also an important therapy when medicating the central nervous system. This treatment combats the deep dryness that exists at the root of many respiratory and allergic conditions.

Shiro-Abhyanga-Nasya

A luxurious combination of a deep head/neck/shoulder massage and facial lymphatic massage, followed by deep inhalation of therapeutic aromatic steam, and a nasal and sinus nasya with herbalized nose drops. This popular treatment is an invaluable tool to balancing most head, neck and respiratory disorders.


Pinda Swedana

A deep cleansing treatment using rice cooked in milk and herbs that is massaged into the tissues and joints. The treatment is deeply relaxing and rejuvenating as well as powerfully detoxifying.


Who this course is for:
  • AYURVEDIC ENTHUSIASTICS
  • Alternative Healers
  • Massage Therapists
Course content
Expand all 65 lectures 03:45:45
+ Agni: The Digestive Fire
4 lectures 03:39
Agni
01:39
The Four Kinds Of Agni
00:43
Effects of Low Digestive Fire
00:30
A Few Ayurvedic Dietary Rules:
00:46
+ Ayurvedic Approach To A Disease
2 lectures 15:00

The six stages of disease development are:

  1. Accumulation

  2. Aggravation

  3. Dissemination

  4. Localization

  5. Manifestation

  6. Complication

1. ACCUMULATION

The first stage, accumulation, represents imbalance, a build-up or collection of something in the body. Being exposed to and acquiring a pathogen via the external environment is an example of accumulation. This stage can also be caused by the internal environment, such as from eating an imbalanced diet leading to excess inflammation or mucous. Accumulation in the body leads to the next stage, aggravation.

2. AGGRAVATION

As the imbalanced elements continue to increase, the symptoms become more aggravated and will begin to be noticed throughout the body. This stage is a sign of continued accumulation. This stage can manifest, as seen in the Kapha state, as loss of appetite, indigestion, nausea, excess saliva, oversleeping, sluggishness; or as seen in the Pitta state, as increased acidity, burning sensations in the abdomen, lowered vitality, or insomnia; or as seen in the Vata state, as pain in the lower abdomen, excess flatulence, and light-headedness.

3. DISSEMINATION

Once the site of origin is full of excess accumulation and is aggravated, it will begin to overflow into or disseminate throughout the rest of the body using different channels of transportation. Overflow typically begins in the GI tract, then spilling into the circulating plasma and blood, allowing the accumulation to spread systemically, and eventually seeping into the organs and tissues (dhātus). Simultaneously, the symptoms at the site of origin will grow worse.

4. LOCALIZATION

The excess accumulation will then move to wherever a weak site exists in the body. This is where and when diseases begin to develop. This stage is also where genetics matter; the weak spots are determined by genetics - as the saying goes, genetics loads the gun, environment pulls the trigger. This stage can manifest, as seen in the Vata state, like arthritis. In a Pitta state, this can be seen as an ulcer, and in the Kapha state, the manifestation may begin in the lungs. At this stage, healing is still regarded as simple.

5. MANIFESTATION

This is the first stage of the development of illness for which modern Western medicine can detect signs of disease. It is at this stage where diseases progress and become fully developed, showing signs of clinical features. Manifested imbalances are given names at this stage, such as atherosclerosis, cancer, colitis, etc. It is at this stage where conventional medicine attempts to mask the symptoms by offering pharmaceutical drugs.

6. COMPLICATION

Complications of the dis-ease begin at this final stage. Oftentimes, conventional medicine attempts to solve the problem by simply removing the affected tissue (e.g., small intestine, colon, thyroid, etc.) from the body. The symptoms become clear enough so that the elemental cause (i.e., dosha constitution such as Vata, Kapha, Pitta) may be determined. Some medical professionals describe this stage as the chronic phase of development. For example, if one develops inflammation in the manifestation stage, in this stage, complications set in, and the inflammation may grow worse into a chronic problem.

Being aware of the stages of the dis-ease process is helpful because one can gain a better understanding of how to prevent, and perhaps even reverse, it. To be clear, the information provided here is not claiming to treat, cure or diagnose disease.


The six stages of disease development
08:32
+ Panchkarma
8 lectures 26:24
Three Stages Of Panchkarma
07:29
Order Of Treatment
02:31
Duration Of Panchkarma Treatment
03:40
General Rules During Treatment
03:28
Benefits Of Panchkarma Treatment
03:26
Diet During Panchkarma Treatment
02:28
Diet After Panchkarma Treatment
01:37
+ Internal Snehana (Abhyantara Snehana)
6 lectures 13:41
Internal Oileation
03:38
Snehana Process
06:40
Indications & Contraindications
00:10
Complications and managements:
00:10
Dosage & Step Wise Complete Procedure
02:43
Paschat Karma(pathyapathya)/post operative regimen during Snehapana:
00:19
+ External Snehana (Bahya Snehana)
12 lectures 27:27
External Oileation
05:15
Abhyanga
02:18
Samvahana
00:39
Mardana
01:47
Lepa
00:20
Anjana
00:42
Gandusha
03:42
Kaval
02:33
Netra Tarpan
01:50
+ Swedana : Therapeutic Sweating Therapy
4 lectures 13:03
Swedana & Its Types
06:13
Pindasweda
02:57
Sweatbox (Bashpa Sweda)
02:42
Swedana in Sauna
01:11