Ayurvedic Spa Techniques Video on DVD - Real Bodywork

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This comprehensive video shows you how to evaluate each client according to the ancient Ayurvedic principles of the doshas. You will learn how to combine and apply the ingredients for 21 traditional Ayurvedic treatments. The Ayurvedic treatments include: 7 Oil treatments, 5 Ubtan(paste) treatments, 2 Facial treatments, 1 Ear treatment, 4 Eye treatments, 1 Dry powder treatment, and 1 Saffron milk treatment. You will also learn traditional Ayurvedic uses for sesame, coconut, castor, mustard & almond oil, as well as ghee, ashwaganda, narayan oil, triphila. This video also shows how to make Ubtan paste treatments using garbanzo flour, wheat flour, and a variety of other powders.

Each treatment is used for a specific dosha (body/constitution type). The first step in understanding which treatment to use is to understand the doshas. There are three doshas: Vata, Kapha and Pita. Each dosha is a certain body type and constitution. Each dosha has it’s own unique strengths and weaknesses. Each dosha needs a different treatment to balance it out. Knowing which dosha your client is will guide your treatment choices. KP leads you through a clear explanation with lots of examples of each dosha, so you will be able to make an evaluation quickly. He also explains clearly the affects of each treatment.

This ancient indian treatment philosophy is a powerful way to help heal your clients. It will enhance your current treatment offerings. This dvd is clearly filmed with with step by step instructions on the benefits of each treatment and how to perform them. If you are interested in learning Ayurvedic principles, this video is for you!

Learn How To Evaluate Each Client According To Ancient Ayurvedic Principles
The Doshas
How To Combine And Apply The Ingredients For 21 traditional Ayurvedic Treatments
7 Oil treatments, 5 Ubtan (paste) Treatments
2 Facial treatments
1 Ear treatment
4 Eye treatments
1 Dry powder treatment
1 Saffron milk treatment
Ayurvedic Uses For
Sesame, Coconut, Castor, Mustard & Almond Oil
Ghee, Ashwaganda, Narayan Oil & Triphila
How To Make Ubtan Paste Treatments Using
Garbanzo Flour, Wheat Flour & Other Powders And Substances
Taught By Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa

Run Time: 1 Hour 30 Minutes. Format DVD, Region 0, Plays Worldwide.


Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa, or KP as he is known, is the author of Body Balance and The Way of Ayurvedic Herbs, as well as co-author of Herbal Defense. He has written over 200 articles and has been studying and teaching Ayurvedic treatments for over 30 years.

Ayurvedic texts analyze the human body in terms of earth, water, fire, air, and ether as well as the three bodily humours (wind, bile, and phlegm). To prevent illness, Ayurvedic medicine emphasizes hygiene, exercise, herbal preparations, and yoga. To cure ailments, it relies on herbal medicines, physiotherapy, and diet. Ayurvedic medicine is still a popular form of health care in India, where it is taught in roughly 100 colleges, and it has gained currency in the West as a form of alternative medicine.

Shirodhara is a form of Ayurvedic medicine that involves gently pouring liquids over the forehead (the 'third eye'). It was developed by practitionars of Ayurveda in Kerala, India for use in restorative therapy. The name comes from the Sanskrit words shiras 'head' and dhara 'flow'. The liquids used in shirodhara depend on what is being treated, but can include oil, milk, buttermilk, coconut water, or even plain water. It has been used to treat a variety of conditions including eye diseases, sinusitis, allergic rhinitis, greying of hair, neurological disorders, memory loss, insomnia, hearing impairment, tinnitus, vertigo, Ménire's disease and certain types of skin diseases like psoriasis. It is also used non-medicinally at spas for its relaxing properties.

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