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Traditional School of Ayurveda and Massage in Milan

COMPLETE PROGRAM FOR AYURVEDA OPERATOR: AYURVEDIC MASSAGE AND INDIAN TRADITION TREATMENTS ON BIENNIAL BASE 

With release of professional certification according to the law 4/2013.

Frequency of 1 weekend per month (Saturday and Sunday)

Course timetable: from 10.00 to 18.00 with lunch break

NEW BIENNIAL CALENDAR OF “B” SECTION – OPEN REGISTRATIONS 2019/2021
DaysMonthYearCourse
13-14April2019Basic theory and legs and foot massage
11-12May2019Basic theory 2 and complete supine massage
15-16June2019Agni, digestuve system, deontology and prone massage
13-14July2019Prakriti test, complete snehana massage
21-22September2019Constitutional massage for vata, pitta and kapha
26-27October2019Constitutional massage for vata, pitta and kapha
16-17November2019Din & ritucharia, self-care with atmabhyangam
25-26January2020Neerabhyangam, ayurvedic lymphatic drainage
29-01February/March2020Ayurvedic herbal medicine, vasti and netra tarpanam
28-29March2020Nala, nadi and midhi: abhyangam sport and with foot
25-26April2020Udgharshana, udvartanam and ubtana
30-31May2020Neonatal and pregnant massage
27-28June2020Shirodhara and nasya
Coming soonSeptember2020Ayurvedic holismology, skin roll and estimologic test
Coming soonOctober2020Study of vital points marma and marmabhyangam
Coming soonNovember2020Pindasweda and pranic massage
Coming soonDecember2020Wrist self-diagnosis and self-production
Coming soonJanuary2021Muriabhyangam and skeletal-muscle system
Coming soonFebruary2021Reflexology 1
Coming soonMarch2021Reflexology 2
Exam date to be definedMarch2021
BIENNIAL CALENDAR OF “A” SECTION – IN PROGRESS 2018/2020
DaysMonthYearCourse
27-28October2018Basic theory and legs and foot massage
24-25November2018Basic theory 2 and complete supine massage
26-27January2019Agni, digestive system, deontology, prone massage
23-24February2019Prakriti test, complete snehana massage
23-24March2019Constitutional massage for vatta, pitta and kapha
06-07April2019Constitutional massage for vata, pitta and kapha
04-05May2019Din & ritucharia, self-care with atmabhyangam
01-02June2019Neerabhyangam, ayurvedic lymphatic drainage
06-07July2019Ayurvedic herbal medicine, vasti and netra tarpanam
14-15September2019Nala, nadi and midhi: abhyangam sport and massage made with foot
12-13October2019Udgharshana, udvartanam and ubtana
09-10November2019Neonatal and pregnant massage
14-15December2019Shirodhara and nasya
18-19January2020Ayurvedic Holismology, skin roll and estimologic test
15-16February2020Study of the vital points Marma and marmabhyangam
14-15March2020Pindasweda and pranic massage
18-19April2020Wrist self-diagnosis and self-production
16-17May2020Muriabhyangam and skeletal-muscle system
13-14June2020Reflexology 1
04-05July2020Reflexology 2
Exam date to be definedSeptember2020
BIENNIAL CALENDAR OF “D” SECTION – IN PROGRESS * 2018/2020
DaysMonthYearCourse
24-25March2018Basic theory and leg and foot massage
21-22April2018Basic theory 2 and complete supine massage
26-27May2018Agni, digestive system, deontology, prone massage
16-17June2018Prakriti test, complete snehana massage
29-30September2018Constitutional massage for vata, pitta and kapha
27-28October2018Constitutional massage for vata, pitta and kapha
24-25November2018Din & ritucharia, self-care with atmabhyangam
19-20January2019neerabhyangam, ayurvedic lymphatic drainage
16-17February2019Ayurvedic herbal medicine, vasti and netra tarpanam
02-03March2019Nala, nadi and midhi: abhyangam sport and with foot
06-07April2019Pindasweda and pranic massage
11-12May2019Neonatal and pregnant massage
08-09June2019Ayurvedic holismology, skin roll and estimologic test
06-07July2019Udgharshana, udvartanam and ubtana
14-15September2019Wrist self-diagnosis and self-production
12-13October2019Shirodhara and nasya
09-10November2019Marmabhyangam
30-01November/December2019Muriabhyangam and skeletal-muscle system
11-12January2020Reflexology 1
01-02February2020Reflexology 2

2018/2020 BIENNIAL CALENDAR section D (ongoing) *

Further dates following the start of the route

BIENNIAL CALENDAR OF “C” SECTION – IN PROGRESS 2017/2019
DaysMonthYearCourse
21-22October2017Basic theory and leg and foot massage
18-19November2017Basic theory and complete supine massage
16-17December2017
Agni and ama, operator ethics, prone massage
13-14January2018Prakriti test, complete snehana massage
10-11February2018Constitutional massages for vata, pitta and kapha
10-11March2018Din & ritucharia and self-care with atmabhyangam
14-15April2018Nala, nadi and midhi: abhyangam sport and massage made with foot
12-13May2018Neerabhyangam, Ayurvedic lymphatic drainage
09-10June2018Ayurvedic herbal medicine, vasti and netra tarpanam
30-01June/July2018Udgharshana, udvartana and ubtana
15-16September2018Pindasweda and pranic massage
13-14October2018
Wrist self-diagnosis and self-production
10-11November2018Shirodhara and Nasya
01-02December2018Marmabhyangam
12-13January2019Holistic ayurvedic reflexology 1
09-10February2019Muri 1, locomotor system and joint mechanics
09-10March2019Muri 2, muscular system, muscular pathologies
30-31March2019Holistic ayurvedic reflexology 2
11-12May2019Neonatal and pregnant massage
08-09June2019Ayurvedic holismology, estimologic test

* examination on 14 July 2019

BIENNIAL CALENDAR OF “B” SECTION – IN PROGRESS AND UPDATED 2017/2019
DaysMonthYearCourse
25-26November2017Ayurvedic herbal medicine, vast and netra tarpanam
20-21January2018Nala, Nadi & Midi: massages for sport and massages made with foot
03-04February2018Ayurvedic reflexology Part 1
03-04March2018Ayurvedic Lymphatic Drainage: neer - abhyangam
07-08April2018Ayurvedic reflexology Part 2
05-06May2018Neonatal and pregnant massage
30-01June/July2018Udgharshan, udvartanam and ubtana
15-16September2018Ayurvedic holismology, estimologic test
13-14October2018Wrist self-diagnosis and self-production
10-11November2018Shirodhara and nasya
12-13January2019Marmabhyangam
09-10February2019Muriabhyangam and skeletal-muscle system
09-10March2019Pindasweda and pranic massage

* examination on March 24, 2019

PROGRAM of the traditional Ayurveda school

Introduction to Ayurveda.
Meaning of Ayurveda and to whom it can be useful
Origin, Philosophy, Definition and History
Ayurveda as a science of life and its place in the Indian landscape and in Hindu mythology
Philosophy and Science. The sacred texts: Vedas, Upanishads and main Samhita
Manifestation of Life according to the Samkhya Philosophy
Karma and Samskara aspects of Truth on the cycle of life: destiny or result of the actions accomplished in life
The 4 important purposes of Existence, according to Ayurveda: Dharma, Artha, Kama, Moksha
The 5 great elements: PANCH-MAHA-BHUTA
Anatomy and physiology of doshas according to Ayurvedic medicine
Introduction and in-depth study of psycho-physiology through the 3 DOSHA: what unbalances
The 7 body tissues: DHATU, metabolic waste: MALA
Introduction to the manual skills and techniques of the best ayurvedic lubrication treatments par excellence: SNEHAN-ABHYANGAM theory and practice of the sacred vaidya massage (doctor of the Indian Ayurveda tradition)
Study of lower limb techniques

 

Theory of 3 DOSHA: Vata, Pitta and Kapha, deepening of their respective upa-dosha.
The qualities of the mind are Triguna: Satva, Rajas and Tamas.
Anatomy and physiology of subdosha in relation to their traditional positioning in the body
Study of subtle energies: Prana, Tejas and Ojas
The causes and variables of the imbalances of Tridosha and Triguna
The causes of all suffering and disease
Introduction to Panchkarma: the purification and healing system, the pivotal hub of Ayurveda medicine
Manuals and techniques of ayurveda SNEHAN-ABHYANGAM treatment: technical study on the abdomen, chest and upper limbs

 

Agni and Agni Function: the concept of metabolism and digestion according to Ayurveda.
Anatomy of the metabolic system
Deontology, Ethics, Rules and counter-indications to the treatments for the Ayurveda Operator
Manuals and techniques of Ayurveda treatment SNEHAN-ABHYANGAM: technical study on the posterior lower limbs and back

 

Ama: concept and role of toxins resulting from poor digestion.
The origins of the bodily imbalance start from Ama: How it is formed in our body and what we can do to eliminate it
Analysis of the skins and development of the Prakriti / Vikruti test to recognize your dominant dosha.
Importance of the use of oils in Ayurveda
Aromatherapy and Ayurveda: Advice on medicated oils used in Ayurvedic treatments. Manuals and techniques of ayurveda treatment SNEHAN-ABHYANGAM: definition of the complete massage
Shirobhyangam: study of head and face massage techniques

 

3 Techniques and practices of body massages adapted to the various constitutions and balancing of the same: the Dosha-Abhyangam
Aspects of anatomy, physio-pathology and holistic psychology related to the effects of doshas in the body
Vatabhyangam: practice of the specific massage of the Vata constitution
Kaphabhyangam: practice of the specific massage of the Kapha constitution
Pittabhyangam: practice of the specific massage of the pitta constitution
Deepening for the recognition of dominant Dosha in daily observation of the use of specific medicated oils in the Ayurvedic tradition

 

The correct daily and seasonal routine to experience and experience the benefits of Ayurveda: DINCHARYA AND RITUCHARYA, good habits create good health!
Ayurvedic nutrition according to the doshas and basic physico-chemical-energetic concepts: RASA, GUNA, VIRYA, VIPAKA and PRABHAVA
“Ayurveda begins with oneself” practice of the massage to keep healthy and strong: ATMA-ABHYANGAM.
Anti-Ama Diet, Ayurvedic Menu to re-harmonize every dominant DOSHA
Techniques and practices of massages adapted to the various constitutions and balancing of the same: the Dosha-Abhyangam
Closing theoretical group assessment and practical evaluation of individual manual pressure (NO examination)

 

Introduction to the treatments of Pancha Karma keraliyano: preparation for all the main specific body treatments used in Ayurveda medicine
Introduction to Ayurvedic Herbs for use in treatments:
Names, compositions and categories of classic natural remedies in Ayurveda, methods of preparing natural remedies, oils, decoctions and herbal teas
Practice of the treatment of localized VASES and its variants, long-lasting soothing oil-based treatments, with a special mixture to treat oils

 

UDGHARSHANA:  dry powder treatment, weight reduction program
UDVARTANA: natural peeling treatment and body cleansing
UBTANA: treatments of natural masks for peeling and facial cleansing

Some natural remedies, beauty secrets used by our Indian ayurveda clinics in New Delhi, Jaipur and Kerala

 

PRANICAL MASSAGE
Sequence of the typical and famous keralyano massage of southern India
PINDA SWEDA hot infusion treatment and its variants
Practice of carrying out the entire treatment and manufacture of the erbali boluses to be heated

 

Srotas : theory of body channels.
Anatomy and physiology of the lymphatic and vascular system
NIR-ABHYANGAM Indian Ayurvedic manual lymphatic drainage massage. Usefulness of the lymph massage in the aesthetic and therapeutic field, for a very versatile and effective treatment, easy to make and very successful

 

Anatomy of the nervous system according to Ayurveda: Marma or vital points. Manipulation of the marbles, philosophical, physical and spiritual aspects
MARMA-ABHYANGAM,the 4 hands massage in detail, very energetic
Possibility of two-handed practice

 

SHIRODHARA:  treatment of the flow of warm oil calibrated on the forehead and on the third eye, rebalancing the mind
DHARA-KARMA and variants of localized oil flow treatments on other parts of the body
NASYA: treatment of purification and lubrication of the respiratory and nervous system

 

MURI-ABHYANGAM: Introduction to the Walls (joints)
Bone anatomy and hints of articular biomechanics
Muri Abhyangam: Joint Massage Joint manipulation
Classical muscular problems: contracture, stretching, tearing, tendinitis, soreness
Osteo-articular diseases: causes, prevention and treatment with Ayurveda, nutrition and treatments of the Indian tradition

GARBHAYANGAM, feeding, yoga, meditation, music and massage for the pregnant woman
BALABHYANGAM, traditional ayurvedic infant massage, ball rolling technique

AYURVEDA PLANTAR REFLEXOLOGY:
– organic areas
– muscle areas
– nerve areas
– the prenatal technique

Chakra study
Supplementary assessments with the aid of holismological techniques
Estimological test with crystal therapy and chromotherapy

MIDHIABHYANGAM: Foot massage
Reinforcing and painkilling treatment of the ancient warriors of Kerala, made entirely with the feet

NADI E NALA ABHYANGAM:  the two sports massages, arterial – heating – pregara and venous   – decontracting – post race, with anatomy and physiology of the cardio – circulatory system

NIDANA  AND  ROGHI-PARIKSHA
Pathogenesis and diagnosis according to ayurveda prevention and treatment of common disorders. Ayurvedic counseling approach

Self-production of natural Ayurvedic products for treatments and massages
Oils, oleolites, soaps, anti-painful ointments
Production of a typical ayurvedic medicinal oil
Reconsumption and use of the main Ayurvedic products on the market in Italy
How many, how and how to use, ideal ingredients and dosages of supplements, oils, teas, opercula, tablets, powders

FINAL SESSION AND EXAM

THE PROGRAM PROVIDES AN EXAM SESSION

 

FOR THE CERTIFICATE OF TECHNICAL OPERATOR OF WELL-BEING IN AYURVEDA

ayurveda traditional school AIMA ASD -VIA TEOCRITO 50 ANG.VIA CIRENEI – Milan
400 meters from MM1 GORLA, 400 meters. From MM1 PRECOTTO, Viale Monza area / Viale Monza Avenue

Traditional school of Ayurveda AIMA

*** N.B. *** the aforementioned program is guaranteed in all its parts, however for some didactic reasons some subjects could be moved to another meeting, and in any case always honored in the program of performance.

Traditional school of Ayurveda AIMA

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