Ayurvedic massage with special oils helps to relax, rejuvenate, and improve overall health. Some techniques are aimed at preventing diseases, others at bringing the work of internal organs and systems back to normal.
The ancient Indian science of Ayurveda is aimed at putting in order and maintaining normal physical health of a person, along with his emotional state. In practice, various techniques are used. One of them is massage.
Sessions are carried out with the use of special oils, which are selected in accordance with the type of patient's constitution. There is a concept of doshas in the teaching. Doshas are the 3 main energetic components of the material body. They are responsible for the course of all physiological processes. If one of the substances malfunctions, health problems appear. The aim of Ayurvedic treatments is to bring all doshas into balance.
During the massage, specialists work on problem areas of the body. As a result, a person gets physical relaxation, gets rid of many pain syndromes. Evening sessions help relieve tension and completely relax, while morning sessions provide a burst of energy for the day.
There are many types of massage. Different techniques are used to solve specific problems. There are techniques that help tone the skin, start the processes of self-healing and rejuvenation of the body, normalize sleep and relieve stress, strengthen the immune system, and put in order the work of internal organs. Certain types of massage are performed to improve vision, the condition of muscle tissues, joints, relieve fatigue from the legs, etc.
Some of the most common techniques are:
India has received a rich culture that has spread far beyond the borders of the state. It was not for nothing that it was called the cradle of the human race, because religions, traditions, cuisines, ideas and, in particular, medical directions were mixed here. One of these is Ayurveda, knowledge about which has been passed on to Indian specialists for centuries.
Ayurveda procedures are a complex system of healing, the main principle of which is “do no harm”. The technique is able to stop the development of diseases, fighting against their causes. Also, Ayurveda procedures can control the behavior and psychological aspects of a person's condition.
Ayurvedic procedures are aimed at a positive effect on the body as a whole, not limited to the treatment of a specific area. Complementary medicine has received over 20 different programs that take 2 to 6 weeks to complete. Ayurveda health courses are based on the concept of three doshas, which directly affect human life and health. When specialists understand that they have Pitta, Kapha or Vata in front of him, he can choose the most suitable Ayurvedic procedures for an individual case.
Ayurveda courses are most effectively and efficiently conducted by authentic specialists in Indian clinics.
A pleasant advantage of this area of alternative medicine is the fact that Ayurveda procedures are not limited either by age, gender, or the degree and severity of the disease. Experts only adjust the doses in each individual case.
There are some diseases that Ayurveda procedures are not able to heal quickly, but work as supportive therapy. So other methods can be added to the Ayurvedic principles of healing.
During the course, it is prohibited to use drugs, alcohol and cigarettes. Computer work and strenuous activities should be reduced. It is also necessary to minimize the duration of reading, watching TV and reducing the amount of sunbathing.
This type of medical system implies an individual selection of Ayurvedic procedures. However, this does not exclude the basic manipulations that this treatment offers.
Ayurvedic procedures are most often recommended to start with Panchakarma, which will help cleanse the body of toxins and prepare it for further actions.
Archive tour; 16 days/15 nights Iyengar yoga class in Kerala with experienced yogi Ravi Kumar.
Namaste, My name is Ravi Kumar Dovluru. I am a certified yoga teacher from India.
I have been practicing yoga since the age of 10, started teaching in 2001 in India, and in 2004 in Moscow. In 2006 he completed his training in India and received a certificate in yoga therapy. Since 2008 I have been practicing and teaching yoga according to the Sri B. method. ... yengar. The physiological approach to yoga attracted me to this school. and I think this technique is the most physiological, correct and safe. I teach hatha yoga and raja yoga (pranayama, yoga nidra, meditation, sat kriya), therapeutic yoga, yoga for pregnant women, children's yoga. In 2001 he graduated from RUDN (General Medicine). 2007 - Specialist in Traumatology and Orthopedics, Moscow Medical Academy. I.M.Sechenov. At present, he is a traumatologist-orthopedist, post-graduate student at the Central Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics. N. Priorov (Moscow).
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1 day Departure from Moscow (Domodedovo) on QR 867 at 18:55. We recommend arriving at the airport 3 hours before departure (it is more convenient to get there using the Aeroexpress train from Paveletsky railway station). At 00:05 a short landing in Doha (the capital of Qatar) - departure QR 284 on February 20 at 02:25.
Free time until evening for adaptation. Enjoy the beauty of nature, peace and tranquility as you walk through the green hotel grounds, coconut groves or the endless beach. Or visit an Ayurvedic center, where the doctor will conduct a full examination, recommend diet and holistic wellness, or simply offer a traditional massage.
From 17:00 to 20:00 - restorative practice.
Day 4 05: 30-8: 00 - Standing poses + pranayama and meditation. Breakfast. Free time. 17: 30-20: 00 - poses for opening the chest, preparation for shankhaprkshalana + yoga nidra.
Day 5 05: 30-08: 00 - Standing poses, preparation for shankhaprkshalana + pranayama and meditation. Breakfast. Free time. Optional excursion for an additional fee.
Day 7 06: 00-10: 00 - body cleansing procedures: Shankhaprakshalana, Kunjal, Neti. Breakfast. Free time. 17: 30-20: 00 - deep relaxation.
Day 9 05: 30-08: 00 - poses to strengthen the shoulder girdle and preparation for inverted poses + pranayama and meditation. Breakfast. Free time. 17: 30-20: 00 - backbends and strong back + yoga nidra.
Day 11 05: 30-08: 00 - twisting and poses to strengthen the muscles of the back + pranayama and meditation. Breakfast. Free time. Optional excursion for an additional fee.
Ayurveda is part of traditional Indian Vedic medicine. It is one of the few alternative medical systems officially recognized by WHO. Many tourists visit India precisely for the purpose of acquaintance with Ayurveda and undergoing a unique treatment according to all the rules of this non-traditional medical industry.
The main principle of Ayurveda is the ability to “hear” one's own body, to be aware of its true needs, while maintaining psycho-emotional harmony and balance, improving both physically and mentally. Many Ayurvedic techniques successfully replace hormonal treatments or traditional antibacterial therapy. They have proven to be effective both in the treatment of chronic pathologies and in the prevention of their recurrence.
For health purposes in Ayurveda, only natural medicines, therapeutic diets and special medical procedures are used. All techniques are selected strictly personally, taking into account many factors, such as age, constitution, the degree of health of the patient and many other features.
Most Ayurveda procedures are based on external and internal oiling of the body. Healing oils, saturating a person, contribute to the binding and elimination of harmful toxins and toxins that have accumulated in the body's "storages" over many years of life.
According to the theory of Ayurveda, the human body includes five main elements: fire, earth, air, water and ether (the surrounding shell). They are all concentrated in three doshas: Kapha, Vata and Pitta.
Vata governs physical movement, breathing, heartbeat, pain, fear, spasms, and the human nervous system. Vata is found in the colon, thighs, ears and skin. In excess, it begins to accumulate in these areas.
Kapha is responsible for the stability of the body and its main liquid constituents. She is responsible for all organs and tissues of the human body, for moisturizing the skin, joints, and wound healing. She controls such emotional aspects of a person's life as love and affection, greed, envy, forgiveness. Kapha is found in the throat, chest, stomach, blood plasma, and mucous secretions.
Pitta is responsible for the process of digesting food, skin color, the level of a person's intellectual abilities. Her area of expertise is the work of the endocrine system. Pitta is capable of causing anger and anger, envy, feelings of hatred. It is found mainly in the stomach, small intestine, sweat glands, skin, eyes and fat.
Only the balance of these three doshas brings a person complete physical and emotional health.
Ayurveda treatment of joints and spine is a special therapy that eliminates not the symptomatology, but the cause, no matter how deeply in the body it is hidden. She uses herbal preparations that do not harm other organs.
Ayurveda divides back pain into two types. The first is those diseases that are associated with a lack of nutritional components in the joints or bone tissue, which causes their low density. The first signs of an incipient problem: crunching and discomfort, which can develop into limited mobility. The second type is pain caused by the accumulation of toxins not only in the joints, but throughout the body. The accumulation of ama causes pain and swelling.
Ayurveda for joints uses a whole range of effective practices that can heal:
Ayurveda back is a vulnerable spot in people with sedentary work or activity associated with constant tension of the spinal muscles. Ayurvedic methods are effective for problems such as:
Ayurveda eliminates osteochondrosis with the help of a complex of procedures, which includes various types of massage. They aim to prevent degeneration of cartilage and spine. These methods relieve muscle tension.
The main reason for this problem is a sedentary lifestyle or, conversely, an excessive load on the body and back in particular. Back pain is most often observed with Vata imbalance.
The spine is the core of the whole body; not only posture, but also facial expressions, voice harmony and clarity of mind depend on its health.