Prepayment for 5 session intensive learning program: Ayurvedic (face & body) massage techniques and secrets of Holistic Healing
Ayurvedic treatments and massage therapy:
• Traditional Ayurvedic body massage – Abhyanga
• Examine the client by Ayurvedic methods of Wellness diagnostic: Analysis (body and mental constitution).
• Honey body massage Abhishek.
• Analysis of the metabolic process in the body.
Complete history of present health condition, diet and lifestyle of the client. •Way of elimination the toxins from the body’s tissue.
How to educate our client to become healthy by natural way – daily routine, cooking, Ayurvedic home remedies.
• Gem stone massage Ratnabhyanga,
• Chakra system, essential body, energy flow in the human body and mind.
Spiritual and emotional counseling: Meditation for mental and emotional health. Help with healing of food/taste addictions. Mindful eating and cooking. Help and support behavioral health and addiction problems.
• Medicated oil/herbal application Basti,
• Pinda-Swedana is a traditional treatment with herbal or rice and milk
• Herbal powder Udwartana detox Massage,
• Steam therapy Swedana Therapy
• Lifestyle advice:
Daily routine for self healing, exercise, yoga, breathing, meditation recommendation. Advisement of herbal supplements, spices and ayurvedic beauty products.
- Head massages Shirodhara & shiro abhyanga,
- Facial massage Mukha abhyanga
- Marma Therapy.
- Main principles of Biological Rejuvenation Therapy: Determine the Imbalances.
Rejuvenation therapy for all organs and systems in the body.
Course Fee – $3500
A Registration Deposit of $250 is due when you register to secure a seat in the course which is payable to “Cherian Sales Services.”
The remaining balance of $3250 is paid to the course instructor on or before the day of class instruction with money order or cashiers check payable to “Cherian Sales Services.”
Note: A 10% discount on the course fee balance is available for students who pay with cash.
All our training course prices are inclusive, so no hidden charges!
Currently, the United States does not specify a certification requirement for Ayurvedic practitioners, though more and more programs are being offered through state-approved institutions. Membership in a professional group such as the National Ayurvedic Medical
Association can help you establish credibility in the field and demonstrate your commitment to competent and ethical Ayurvedic healing.
Earnings in the Ayurveda field vary widely depending on whether you’re a medical doctor with Ayurveda training or an independent practitioner, and whether you work part time or full time. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ current Occupational Outlook Handbook, the median national annual salary for physicians is $251,578; dietitians and nutritionists earned $58,920; and health educators earned $53,070. Actual salaries may vary greatly based on specialization within the field, location, years of experience and a variety of other factors.
Is an Ayurveda Career Right for You?
Unlike the approach of Western medicine, which tends to focus on treatment of symptoms, Ayurvedic health care focuses on prevention and on individual attention and evaluation. It’s a truly holistic approach to wellness that promotes a healthy diet and lifestyle as well as an intense spiritual connection with our bodies, our minds and the world around us. If this approach to health appeals to you, then take some time to research Ayurveda college.