What is Marma?
Marma therapy is an Ayurvedic treatment that aids in the maintenance of health by clearing blocked energy. A marma point is a body junction where two or more tissue forms, such as muscles, nerves, ligaments, bones, or joints, meet.
How it works?
Major marma points refer to the seven chakras or energy centres of the body. The five elements’ energy is assumed to flow through these points, which are unique anatomical positions in your body.
The Science behind it
Marma point therapy is the process of gently massaging these points to stimulate them. It clears blockages from marma points, resulting in physical and mental relaxation and strength. It’s a potent process and therapy that deals with the body’s subtle and responsive energy points to open up the energy channels. Aromatic massage oils, which are often mixed with herbs, are often used to enhance massage benefits.
Marma therapies can benefit you in various ways, including physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual, and can cause significant changes in your body. For example,
1. Pain relief, both locally and distally, for chronic or acute pain
2. Detoxification on all levels is essential.
3. The body gets healthier and more radiant
4. Improves cognitive performance and sleep depth by releasing neurochemicals such as serotonin and melatonin.
Therefore, join us at this event by registering below. Lokesh Chawre, our Yog therapist would teach you all the essential points, benefits, and history in this 1hr 30mins session on 25th April 2021 from 5 pm to 6:30 pm.
Basics of Acupressure and Reflexology, Marma in Daily Life, Kansa Wand Massage therapy and Self Care, Spine, Joints, Eyes, Sleep and Skin Care are some of the salient features of this webinar.
The Registration fee is just Rupees 200/-. Apart from benfiting yourself, your registration fees shall go towards feeding malnourished children from Palghar District, Maharashtra.
Our Webinar presenter is Certified Yoga Teacher and Yoga Therapist. He specialises in advanced asana and therapy. He expertises in Kids Yoga and also trains school children in an underprivileged school adopted by Bhavyata Foundation
Further registrations are closed.