Ayurveda and Marma Therapy

Energy Points in Yogic Healing

Ayurveda and Marma Therapy

This is the first book on marma therapy published in the West. It clearly describes the 107 main marma points in location, properties and usage. It explains in detail how to treat them with many methods including massage, aromas, herbs and yoga practices. Ayurveda and Marma Therapy is an essential reference guide for all students of Yoga, Ayurveda, massage or natural healing.

Marma Therapy

The Healing Power of Ayurvedic Vital Point Massage

Marma Therapy

The effective yet gentle 'Sukshma' technique, for working with the Marma points at the emotional as well as on the physical level, is fully described in this book. Marma Therapy - the art of treating specific vital points on the human body - is one of the greatest healing secrets of Ayurveda. It can be used to detoxify, strengthen and revitalize the body, for rejuvenation and relaxation or to release blocked energy. The authors explain the theoretical basis of Marma Therapy, and then provide a detailed, fully illustrated guide to its use. For each Marma point, the authors provide information about its significance, the Ayurvedic element it relates to, the most appropriate oils to use, and what it can be used to treat. Clear step-by-step instructions and photographs illustrate the techniques, and advice is also included for self-treatment. The authors explain how to strengthen the Marmas through yoga and use mudras to support and complement Marma treatment. Finally, they describe how to treat common physical and emotional conditions, from headache and back pain, to exam nerves and insomnia.

Applied Marma Therapy Cards

Applied Marma Therapy Cards

Based on Dr Lad's 40 years Ayurvedic clinical and classroom experience, this 30 card set is sourced from his popular Marma Therapy seminars. Each full colour flash card has a larger illustration with the name of the point and its location, for practice. The other side of the card has a more detailed illustration with the therapeutic applications of each point listed, for study. Contents: 23 anatomical cards with marma points; Healing through Energy Points; Emotions, the Organs, and Marma Points; Chakra Breathing and Sounds; Meditation for Self-Healing: So Hum; Empty Bowl Meditation; Guidelines for Touch and Pressure; Applying Essential Oils & Oil Selection. According to Dosha Included in the set are two meditations that Vasant Lad highly recommends. Additionally, instructions on sound therapy that balances the marma points according to the chakras is provided. Marma points useful for emotional healing are outlined as well as the proper essential oils for healing the doshas-vata, pitta, kapha-through marma point therapy. Flash cards are printed on a 16 point cardstock and coated with a UV protective coating, making them quite durable.

Marma Points of Ayurveda

The Energy Pathways for Healing Body, Mind and Conciousness with a Comparison to Traditional Chinese Medicine

Marma Points of Ayurveda

"Presents healing energetics of Ayurvedic marma points and compares them with Chinese system of acupuncture. Based on traditional medicine system from India, provides commentaries of diagnostic and therapeutic scope for each marma point including techniques for massage, detoxification, acupressure, aromatherapy, yoga and meditation"

Massage Therapy for Diseases of Vital Areas

Marma Treatment

Massage Therapy for Diseases of Vital Areas

In Ayruveda Marmas Are Mentioned. Susruta Samhita Deals With Marmas Elaborately. Those Who Practise Ayurvedic Massage Should Have The General Knowledge About Marmas. Now A Days The Acharyas Of Kalari Payattu (Martial Art) Know The Marmas And The Marma Treatment.In The Olden Days The Ayurvedic Doctors Had The Knowledge Of Some Marma Points Where They Used To Press And The Patient Became Unconscious And The Surgery Was Done. After The Operation Another Marma Point Was Pressed And The Patient Regained This Consciousness.If Any Marma Is Damaged The Body Gets Some Trouble. If Marmas Are Well Activated Some Diseases Can Be Cured. It Is Well Mentioned In This Book.

Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy

Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy

One of the greatest contributions of Ayurveda to true health is the understanding of individual constitution-what balances one person unbalances another. By marrying the sister sciences of yoga and Ayurveda, Mukunda steers away from an increasing tendency to 'medicalize' yoga therapy. Instead of offering prescriptive recommendations for specific medical diagnoses, he presents sequences of Vinyasa and pranayama suited to the various Ayurvedic body types. Yoga therapists and practitioners using this book can access a deeper level of preventative self -care, flowing in harmony with the seasons and attuning to the rhythm and balance of each individual. Enlivened by stories and wisdom teachings, "Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy" provides food for body, soul and spirit, guiding practitioners towards fulfillment of their highest potential well being.

Ayurvedic Massage Therapy

Ayurvedic Massage Therapy

While a number of authors have written on "ayurvedic massage", most of them have not truly integrated the massage techniques into the science of ayurveda with the background and depth of knowledge of the authors in this volume. Dr. Ranade, one of the foremost authorities in the field of ayurveda, along with his co-author Dr. Rawat, himself an ayurvedic educator have integrated the principles of ayurveda at a level that can make the use of massage a serious therapeutic tool for the ayurvedic doctor or health practitioner. Ayurvedic massage has many unique features and advantages compared to many other types of massage therapy. Dramatic results can be obtained when the practitioner has the ability to adapt the massage technique according to body type, age, stage of the disorder or disease, as well as the general health of the digestion and the imbalances present in the client or patient. Most ayurvedic massage texts content themselves with differentiating the technique based on constitutional type of the body alone; while Drs. Ranade and Rawat, with their long-training and experience as professors and educators in the field, are able to provide insight and integration to the diverse aspects of this field to make it truly effective at a deeper level. In addition, they explain the different types of oils or other substances that can be used, as well as the circumstances and manner of determining which one is appropriate in a particular case. They describe how modifications to the stroke and direction of the stroke used can be applied based on the underlying circumstances unique to each client. The readers of this text will gain a background in ayurvedic theory, as well as applied therapy. Ayurvedic massage can be seen as a therapeutic tool in its own right as well as a predecessor to panchakarma treatment. For the first time the important concept of "marma massage" has been explained and described. This technique is extremely valuable and is becoming quite popular among practitioners of ayurveda both in India and abroad. A chapter on "Massage for Specific Diseases" highlights some important disease conditions for which the massage techniques can be very useful.

Foundations of Ayurveda: Ancient Indian Medical Knowledge for Modern-Day Problems

Foundations of Ayurveda: Ancient Indian Medical Knowledge for Modern-Day Problems

Discover the ancient Medical system of India, called Ayurveda in this book, which examines noth the historical origin and spread, as well as traditional areas as Yoga and Astrology, and also deeper aspects of Ayyurvedic diagnosis and treatment methods for the Practitioner and novice alike.

The Encyclopedia of Ayurvedic Massage

The Encyclopedia of Ayurvedic Massage

Five thousand years old, Ayurvedic massage has been shown to still the mind and body by lowering metabolic rates and inspiring feelings of peace and calm. Often administered as a part of a three-, five-, or seven-day program, these treatments are an integral part of deep cleansing, rejuvenation, and life-extension Ayurvedic programs called panchakarma or kya kalpa. This book by a noted practitioner features more than 15 of these treatments, each described in step-by-step detail and some synchronized with two therapists for up to two hours in length. It provides the reader with all the tools necessary to begin Ayurvedic treatments as a part of a spa menu or massage therapy program.

Ayurvedic Massage

Traditional Indian Techniques for Balancing Body and Mind

Ayurvedic Massage

Trained in India's ancient healing art, author Harish Johari introduces Ayurvedic massage, a gentle bodywork therapy that works on both the physical and mental levels, transmitting a life-giving energy that promotes well-being and assists all systems of the body in repairing and renewing themselves.