Learn the Abhyanga Massage and Earn Your CE hrs

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Learn the Abhyanga Massage and Earn Your CE hrs

Why not learn the most popular Ayurvedic massage while earning quality Continuing Education credits, whenever and wherever you wish? Our home study course on the Abhyanga full body massage will teach you how to perform this traditional Indian massage and also introduces you to one of the most effective traditional medicines there is: the Ayurveda. Read more about the truly holistic Abhyanga massage and how you can learn it with us!

 

What is Abhyanga?

The Abhyanga massage is one of the most popular massage techniques in India. It originates in the Ayurvedic medicine and its purpose is to harmonize the body, mind and spirit in order to create a state of balance and health. The massage can be performed by one or two therapists, who apply specific massage strokes on the entire body using Ayurvedic oils. In the Abhyanga massage the oil has a very important role, as it is chosen according to the client´s bodily constitution, and serves a specific purpose. In fact, traditionally, Abhyanga referred to the act of applying oil on the body before taking a bath, a kind of self-massage. But in the last decades it has developed to a massage modality that is recognized and performed all around the world.

 

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Indications for the Abhyanga massage

The great thing with the Abhyanga is that it can be applied on all healthy individuals. Only the frequency of the massage varies depending on the bodily constitution of the client. So while some clients benefit from daily Abhyanga massage sessions, others might need some days in between the treatments. There are, however, conditions for which the Abhyanga massage is especially indicated. Maybe you can already think of some of your clients, family of friends that could benefit from it?

The Abhyanga massage is especially recommended for people suffering from:

  • SKIN: skin flaccidity, stretch marks, wrinkles…
  • CIRCULATION: cellulite, fluid retention…
  • MUSCLES: muscle flaccidity, lack of muscle agility, contractured muscles…
  • NERVOUS SYSTEM: mental stress, physical pain, fibromyalgia, insomnia…
  • DIGESTION: constipation, obesity, fluid retention…
  • GENERAL: lack of vitality, stress, joint stiffness…

 

Learn the Abhyanga massage at home in your own pace mumbai-india

As we know that only a few of you actually have the time, money and possibility to travel to India in order to study the Abhyanga massage from authentic Ayurvedic doctors and therapists, we decided to bring them to You. We have created a home study online course, in which you will learn how to perform the Abhyanga massage to perfection and earn 14 Continuing Education credits!

The course is developed by Massage Around the World CEO and Approved Provider for Continuing Education (NCBTMB), César Tejedor, who has spent the last 15 years of his life traveling in Asia, learning traditional medicines and massages from authentic doctors and masters. The course includes a solid background on Ayurvedic medicine, a refresh on human anatomy, video interviews and master classes by renown Ayurvedic Doctors, additional materials (recommended documentries, books, movies, etc.), and detailed step-by-step videos on the entire Abhyanga massage technique. It is done online, in your own pace, and you will receive downloadable hand-outs for later review. We wanted to bring you to the heart of the Abhyanga massage and the Ayurvedic tradition so I will personally guide you through the course from different locations in India. So see you there soon!

To read more about the Ayurvedic Abhyanga massage online course and to enroll, click here.

If you have any questions just contact us!

Wishing you a wonderful day ahead and happy learning!

Camilla Ilves

 

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  • Mia John21/01/2017 at 08:55Reply

    Best article to know how to neutralize and balance the body.
    It is good to learn these massage therapies through online.
    Thank you posting this article.

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