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Ayurvedic Massage and Therapies Certification Course in India

14 Days - Certificate Course & Syllabus

The practical session includes special Kerala massage and other Ayurvedic massage techniques like face massage (Mukh Lepanam), head massage, Shirodhara, Abhyanga (massage with herbal bags), Kati basti, Jana basti, Greeva Basti, Marma therapy etc.

Days Theory Practicals
1st Introduction to Ayurveda Full Body Massage - Demonstration
2nd Principles of Ayurvedic Massage Practical of Head Massage
3rd Introduction to Ayurveda Body Works Practical of Face and Head Massage
4th Body Type Constitutions and Explanation of Tri-Doshas. Upper Body Massage Practical with theory
5th Panch Maha Bhutas Concept explanations Back Body Massage Practical with theory
6th Abhyanga Preparation and Procedure Practical Practice of full Body Massage – Back & Front
7th Detailing of Marma Points Practice of Body Marma Points Therapy
8th Shirodhara – Oil Preparation procedure Practice of Shirodhara Therapy
9th Takradhara with Medicated butter milk Procedure Practice of Takradhara
10th Podikkizhi (Pinda Swedana) massage- Preparation and procedure. Practice of Pinda Swedana Massage
11th Ayurvedic Herbal facial Preparation Practice of Herbal Facial
12th Foot Reflexology Preparation and procedure. Practice of Foot Reflexology
13th Kati Basti – Preparation and Procedure Practice of Kati Basti
14th Nasyam – Preparation and Procedure Practice of Nasyam followed by Project & Exam Certification
Sunday is a Holiday during the Program.
Course Fee
Non Residential Fees: US$ 500
Residential Course Fee: US$ 799
Included in Residential course Plan
Single Accommodation (Non Air Conditioned) with attached bath with hot shower.
3 Sattvic Vegetarian Meals daily.

To join Ayurveda massage & therapies course, Advanced booking is required.

For the Registration, and Payment You can mail us on info@harithasparishikesh.com or send us your enquiry to fill the form below.

Shirodhara in Rishikesh


Shiro means head and dhara is a steady flow of warm Ayurvedic oil which is specially selected by the Ayurvedic doctor.
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Nasyam in Rishikesh


Medicated oil, juice etc are instilled into nostril to relive the vitiated doshas. It is effective against head and neck...
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Siro Basti

Done by pouring certain lukewarm herbal oils into a cap fitted on the head for 15 to 30 minutes. Highly effective for facial paralysis...
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Siro Basti in Rishikesh


Snehana involves the lubrication of the metabolical structure by the administration of fatty medicinal substances internally or externally.
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