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Ayurvedic Massage Workshop
Starting on 25 October 2019 Go to schedule
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This 3-day Ayurvedic Massage Workshop is the perfect way to start (or reawaken) your Ayurvedic massage skills. The basic principles of an Ayurvedic massage focussing on front, back and face will be explored. You wil also gain insights in the foundation of the three doshas: Vata, Pitta and Kapha and how to incorporate them into a simple ayurvedic massage. Some theory and a lot of ‘hands on’ in a juicy three days of Ayurveda!
During this 3-day workshop we will dive into the basic principles of Ayurvedic massage and how to massage front, back and face in a simple and easy to apply method. Ayurvedic massage is well known and has been used for millennia to keep body and mind flexible, peaceful and healthy. The basic technique is simple and provides many variations. In this workshop, we teach you a simple but very effective massage flow. Though generally Ayurvedic massage involves oils, occasionally we also use special powders. This is the beauty of Ayurveda: techniques and substances used are always adjusted to personal circumstances and conditions.
A regular Ayurvedic massage is beneficial for everyone. You will be guided into some theoretical backgrounds, but most of the workshop we will focus on bringing this theory into actual practice! You will be guided by Amanda & Kirsten, who are expert teachers who share their Ayurvedic massage skills in their own practice on a daily basis. Ayurvedic massage can be considered another kind of Ayurvedic nutrition: in this case through the skin. Therefore, some basic Ayurvedic nutrition principles will be addressed as well to make sure all is lined up in the best possible Ayurvedic way.
What will you learn?
- Introduction to the basic principles of Ayurveda
- How to understand Ayurvedic massage and the role of oil
- How to ‘give’ a simple Ayurvedic massage of front, back and face
- An initial understanding of Vata, Pitta and Kapha and how to incorporate this into an Ayurvedic massage
- How to an Ayurvedic self-massage on a regular basis
- How to give a simple Ayurvedic massage to family and friends
- Some information on Ayurvedic massage oils and powders
- Basic (but important!) guidelines on when to massage and when not to
This 3-day Ayurvedic Massage Workshop is a slow paced, informative class, designed to take a dive into the world of Ayurvedic massage based on the ancient knowledge and traditions, also preparing you for other Ayurveda courses within Delight, such as the extensive Nutrition Course I (60 hours), Foundation on Ayurveda (50hrs) and the 4-years Ayurveda Practitioner Training.
For this workshop a 10% Membership discount applies. If you are a member and would like to join, please book via one of our hosts.
You can register for this workshop by clicking ‘Book’ and paying online with iDeal, Credit Card or PayPal. Full payment is required to ensure your place. Registration is confirmed when payment is complete.
Are you entitled to a refund of the registration fee in case of cancellation? Please read article 16 ‘Cancellation of Workshop Registration’ in our General Terms and Conditions to know exactly where you stand.
About Kirsten Drooger & Amanda Dries
Kirsten Drooger Having spent most of her childhood years on horseback in nature, Kirsten has found in yoga a new way to connect with nature now that she lives in Amsterdam. Kirsten studied Prana Yoga at the Prana Yoga College in Vancouver, and is currently studying Centered Yoga with Dona Holleman.
A note on Wellbeing - Creating a safe and sacred space
We wish to create a safe and sacred space to study, practice and grow for everyone. Please take care of your own health and wellbeing while participating in classes, workshops and, trainings offered by Delight Yoga. If you're currently having any physical, emotional or mental issues, or prefer no hands-on adjustments, please make sure to discuss this with the teacher up front.