Profession according to the 4/2013 law, non-ordinistic professions

At the Arbor Vitae Center: Rimini Office – Viale Ruggero Baldini, 15 – 47900 Rimini (RN)

tel. 0541 24822 
cell. 347 4661069 




Academic Program 2019/2021

Registration is open !!

Saturday and Sunday from 9.30 to 17.30 with lunch break

26-27January2019Introduction to Ayurveda.

Meaning of Ayurveda and to whom it may 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: Veda, Upanishad and main Samhita.

Manifestation of Life according to the Samkhya Philosophy.

Karma and Samskara, the aspects of the Truth on the life cycle: destiny or result of actions done in life.

The 4 important goals of existence, according to Ayurveda: Dharma, Artha, Kama, Moksha.

The 5 big elements: PANCH-MAHA-BHUTA.

Anatomy and physiology of doshas according to Ayurvedic medicine

Introduction and in-depth study of psycho-physiology through the 3 DOSHAs: 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 massage of the vaidyas (doctor of the Indian ayurveda tradition).

Study of the techniques made on the lower limbs.
23-24February2019Theory of the 3 DOSHAs: Vata, Pitta and Kapha, deepening of their respective upa-doshas.

Triguna, the qualities of the mind: Satva, Rajas and Tamas.

Anatomy and physiology of subdoshas 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 diseases.

Introduction to Panchkarma: the purification and healing system, the cornerstone of Ayurveda medicine.

Ayurvedic treatment techniques of SNEHAN-ABHYANGAM: techniques for abdomen, chest and upper limbs.
30-31March2019Agni and Agni Function: the concept of metabolism and digestion according to Ayurveda.

Anatomy of the metabolic system.

Deontology, Ethics, Rules and counter-indications to treatments for the Ayurveda Operator.

Ayurvedic treatment techniques of SNEHAN-ABHYANGAM: technical studies on the back and lower back limbs.
27-28April2019Ama: concept and role of toxins arising from poor digestion.

The origins of body imbalance begin with Ama: how it forms in our body and what we can do to eliminate it.

Skin analysis and Prakriti / Vikruti test to recognize your dominant Dosha.

Importance of the use of oils in Ayurveda.

Aromatherapy and Ayurveda: advices on medicated oils used in Ayurvedic treatments. Ayurvedic treatment techniques of SNEHAN-ABHYANGAM: definition of the complete massage

Shirobhyangam: study of head and face massage techniques
25-26May20193 Techniques and practices of body massages adapted to the various constitutions and rebalancing of the
29-30June20193 Techniques and practices of body massages adapted to the various constitutions and rebalancing of the same: Dosha-Abhyangam.

Holistic aspects of anatomy, physio-pathology and 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 Doshas in the daily observation, use of specific medicated oils in the Ayurvedic tradition.
21-22September2019The correct daily and seasonal routine to live and experience the benefits of Ayurveda: DINCHARYA and RITUCHARYA, good habits create good health!

Ayurvedic nutrition according to the doshas and basic physical-chemical-energetic concepts: RASA, GUNA, VIRYA, VIPAKA and PRABHAVA.

"Ayurveda begins with oneself", a practice of self-massage to stay healthy and strong: ATMA-ABHYANGAM.

Anti-Ama diet, Ayurvedic menu for re-harmonize each dominant DOSHA.

Massage techniques and practices suited to the various constitutions and rebalancing of the same: Dosha-Abhyangam.

Final theoretical group assessment and practical assessment of individual manual pressure (NO exam).
19-20October2019Introduction to the keraliyan Pancha Karma treatments: preparation for all the principals.

Specific body treatments, used in ayurveda medicine.

Introduction to Ayurvedic Herbs for use in treatments: Names, compositions and categories of classical natural remedies in Ayurveda, methods of preparation of natural remedies, Oils, decoctions and herbal teas.

Practice of the treatment of localized VASTI and its variants, long-lasting soothing treatments of oleation, with a special mixture to treat the oils.
16-17November2019UDGHARSHANA: dry powder treatment, body weight reduction program.

UDVARTANA: treatment of natural peeling and body cleansing.

UBTANA: treatments of natural masks for peeling and cleansing of the face.

Some natural remedies, beauty secrets used by our Indian ayurveda clinics in New Delhi, Jaipur and Kerala.
18-19January2020PRANIC MASSAGE, sequence of the typical Keralian massage of southern India.

Dry and oil-based hot buffering treatments PINDA SWEDA, NAVARAKIZHI and their variants.

Practice of carrying out the entire treatment and manufacture of herbaceous boluses to be heated.
29-01February/March2020Srotas: theory of body channels.

Anatomy and physiology of the lymphatic and vascular system.

NIR-ABHYANGAM massage of Indian ayurvedic lymphatic drainage.

Usefulness of the lymph massage in the aesthetic and therapeutic field, for a very all-around and effective treatment, easy to make and very successful.
28-29March2020Anatomy of the nervous system according to Ayurveda: the Marma or vital points.

Marma manipulation, philosophical, physical and spiritual aspects MARMA-ABHYANGAM, 4-hand massage in detail, very energetic.

Possibility of two-handed practice.
25-26April2020SHIRODHARA: treatment of warm oil flow calibrated on the forehead and the third eye, rebalancing for the mind.

DHARA-KARMA and variants of localized oil flow treatments on other parts of the body.

NASYA: purification and lubrication treatment of the respiratory and nervous system.
30-31May2020MURI-ABHYANGAM: Introduction to Muri (joints).
Bone anatomy and signs of articular biomechanics.
Muri Abhyangam: Articulating Massage Joint manipulation.
The classic muscle problems: contracture, stretching, tearing, tendinitis, soreness.
Bone-articular diseases: causes, prevention and treatment with Ayurveda, nutrition and treatments of Indian tradition.
27-28June2020GARBHAYANGAM, nutrition, yoga, meditation, music and massage for pregnant women

BALABHYANGAM, traditional ayurvedic infant massage, a flour ball rolling technique.
26-27September2020ayurvedic reflexology part 1
24-25October2020ayurvedic reflexology part 2

28-29November2020Chakra study, integrative assessments with the aid of integrated Ayurvedic Holismology techniques.

Estimological test with crystal therapy and chromotherapy.
23-24January2021MIDHIABHYANGAM: foot massage. Ancient strengthening and pain-relieving treatment of the Keralian warriors, made entirely with the feet.

NADI and NALA ABHYANGAM: the two sports massages, heating and pregara and decontracting - post-race, with anatomy and physiology of the cardio-circulatory system.
27-28February2021NIDANA 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-pain reliefs.

Production of a typical medicated oil of the Ayurvedic tradition.

Recognition and use of the main Ayurvedic products on the market in Italy: how many, which and how to use them, ingredients and ideal dosages of supplements, oils, teas, capsules, tablets, powders.


  • At the end of the course a theoretical and practical examination will be held to obtain the Operator’s certificate.


  • The following program is guaranteed in all its parts, but for educational reasons some subjects may be moved to another meeting, and in any case always honored in the program.


  • The time of the dates is established on two consecutive days, ie a weekend (Saturday and Sunday), once a month.


  • The time on the course days will be: Saturday and Sunday from 9.30 to 18.00, with lunch break from 13.00 to 14.30 approximately.


  • The headquarters of the program is in Rimini at the premises of the integrated medicine center and neuropsychology “Arbor Vitae” in viale Ruggiero Baldini 15.


  • It is advisable to always bring: paper and pen, comfortable clothes, two large or even better towels, two single sheets, a small towel and terry socks for the stay in the place of exercises.


  • During the course will be distributed paper handouts issues at each meeting and could be projected slides to support the theoretical lesson. In practice, as per Ayurvedic tradition, we will use and touch vegetable oils of natural origin such as pure sesame oil (sesamum indicum) for food use, without preservatives or colorings. For any intolerance to sesame oil it is possible to replace it with sweet almond oil (prunus dulcis)

For Info and Registration:

At the Arbor Vitae Center: Rimini Office – Viale Ruggero Baldini, 15 – 47900 Rimini (RN)

tel. 0541 24822 
cell. 347 4661069 


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