We invite you to enjoy the bountiful nature of Kerala and its philosophy…
Kerala preserves the ancient culture of Bharath-Vedic culture; adhering to its solemn principle. During your stay here we are glad to provide you the opportunity to experience and enjoy a few aspects of Ayurveda, Astrology, Yoga, Tantra, Vastu, as aslo the martial art of Kerala that’s is Kalaripayattu.
Ayurveda is the art of daily living in harmony with the laws of nature. Yoga is not an ancient myth buried in oblivion. It is the most valuable inheritance of the present. It is the essential need of today and the culture of tomorrow.
Ayurveda course in Kerala India are held every month of the year except May.
Ayurveda Training Courses India Kerala:
Abhiangam: the traditional Kerala massage also known as Uzhichil where medicated oil is used to massage the body with specific implications to the 107 vital points (marmas) of the body. It helps to give better circulation, muscular tone, mental tranquility and better health maintenance.
Shirodhara: it is a unique treatment where specific medicated oils are used to bathe the head in a continuous stream for a definite period. It is an effective therapy for mental relaxation. Relieves insomnia, stress, depression, decreased mental ability etc.
Navarakizhi: it is a whole body massage using medicated milk porridge made in to a bundle. It is an immune enhancing rejuvenation therapy. It is useful in muscular wasting, arthritis, general weakness, paralysis etc.
Elakizhi: it is an innovative classical massage with medicated leaves and is used to tackle join pains, muscle cramps, stress, arthritis etc.
Nasyam: it is one of the important treatments in Ayurveda in which medicated herbal preparations, decoctions, oils and ghee are applied through the nose. This is a highly effective treatment for sinusitis, headache, migraine and chronic cold. At first, the medicine is poured into the nostrils.
Pizhichil: it is a relaxing, soothing and rejuvenating treatment with medicated warm oil used in continuous stream for a definite period for the whole body (excluding head and neck) It is very effective in arthritis, ageing, general weakness, paralysis etc. ‘Pizhichil’ and ‘Sarvangadhara’ are technically the same.
Mukhabhiangam (face massage)
Shiroabhiangam (head massage)
You will have also the opportunity to learn about tribal communities, to walk in the forest and thought spice plantations, observe the life of wild animals and to taste authentic Indian food …the best Kerala has to offer!
With the Vedaguru prepare to tantalize all of your five senses:
Vision: to observe wild animals: elephants, tigers, sambar, spotted deer, indian bison, rare birds, butterflies and plants.
Hearing: the song of tropical birds and the sounds of frogs and crickets will sing you a lullaby at night, greet you with song in the morning and accompany you throughout the day.
Smell: breathe air scented with vanilla and cardamom, smell the wild roses and orchids, be delighted by the scent of spices and Ayurvedic herbs.
Touch: touch the rough skin of the elephant, embrace trees and allow your skin and tissue to be soothed by Ayurvedic massage.
Taste: journey across India from north to south by delighting in its cuisines, delicious dishes prepared with organic ingredients. When you sit down with an Indian dish is not only the taste but all five senses that are engaged!
The children’s smiles, the kindness of the local people, the looks with eyes full of indigenous peoples are these experiences will remain in our hearts.
NEXT AYURVEDA TRAINING COURSES
Ayurveda Yoga Training Kerala 2020
FROM 15TH FEBRUARY TO 29TH FEBRUARY 2020
FROM 14TH MARCH TO 28TH MARCH 2020
FROM 8TH AUGUST TO 22TH AUGUST 2020
Classes start always on the first Monday and finish on the second Friday of the fortnight.
At the end of the Ayurveda training courses you will receive a certificate issued by the Indian Government approved Vedaguru Educational and Charitable Trust.
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