Nepal Ayurveda Home- School for Panchakarma for Ayurveda and Yoga Course
Ayurveda, yoga, spiritual healing technique are the technique that originated in Nepal. The country has wide range of original techniques, methods that are not seen anywhere in the world. Yearly people travel here to learn Yoga and Ayurveda or to get wellness, Ayurvedic treatments. Among these places, Nepal Ayurveda Home is known for its school for Panchakarma Therapy.
Nepal Ayurveda Home is excellent place to practice Ayurveda, yoga, and meditation. Nepal Ayurveda Home is located at Thamel, one can say that it is located at the heart of the Kathmandu valley. Nepal Ayurveda Home, is well reputed for its peaceful location and serene environment that gives a sense of peace to the mind. It provides with such an amazing atmosphere that, one can experience mesmerizing Ayurvedic treatment, yoga, meditation, Ayurveda study. The school for panchakarma, revitalizes the body, mind, and soul of the person who goes there. Another amazing thing about Nepal Ayurveda Home is that it supplies all these in a very fair cost. Talk about the lifetime experience that is in the budget.
What is panchakarma?
Panchakarma is the Ayurveda technique that is majorly used for cleansing the body. School for Panchakarma, uses ancient method to heal and cleans the body both internally and externally. Nepal Ayurveda Home, School for Panchakarma supplies two-week therapy for Panchakarma. For two weeks they must stay in school for Panchakarma course and follow the peculiar set of rules.
Following are some of the rules, that people need to follow when they are in our school for Panchakarma:
- Alcohol and caffeine consumption is strictly prohibited in school for Panchakarma.
- Instead of the other unhealthy drinks, they will be provided with special herbal tea.
- Discipline, calmness, and focus should be kept throughout the period.
- A peaceful serene environment needed for learning need to be created by all the people involved.
Our School for Panchakarma has a set of action that they guide the people through their Panchakarma therapy
Detail of 5 Different karmas included in School for Panchakarma
Vamana of the panchakarma is medicinal vomiting or medical emesis. It is an ancient technique where the process of vomiting is used as medicinal technique to heal the body in various ways. The main purpose for which Vamana is practiced is to balance the khapa in the body. It helps to get the toxic present inside our body through the process of vomiting. However, Vamana of the Panchakarma should not be considered a haphazard technique because just the process is vomiting. Various rules and regulations should be followed to accurately practice Vamana.
In our School for Panchakarma, Vamana therapy is practiced early in the morning. During the morning time our stomach is empty which is the must for practicing Vamana. Another thing that happens in the morning is that Khapa is very high in the body.
The therapy starts a day or two before the vomiting of the toxic. From then the person who will be getting the therapy will get some herbal medicines and ayurvedic ingredients. Then in the actual day of the therapy also before practicing Vamana various medicinal drinks and ayurvedic medicines are taken. These medicines when reaches into the intestine dissolves the toxic that is present in stomach.
Depending upon the level of therapy, intensity of the khapa present in the body and condition of the body various other techniques are also done to aid the process. Like, applying mind heat to the front side of the belly or to the back as per requirement in the therapy.
After this process the melted Khapa comes into the upper cavity of the stomach. Then with self-effort vomiting is done. The herbs and medicines that were taken also aids the process of vomiting. With this the intense khapa becomes balanced and the toxic will exit the tissues of the body through vomiting.
After Vamana therapy proper rest is needed with the balanced food for few numbers of days.
Virechana (purgation) in our School for Panchakarma
Virechana is the second of Panchakarma. It is the process of cleansing and intoxications through the process of bowel movement. It is an anciently ayurvedic medicinal technique where bowel movement is used as a method to balance the pitta in the body. The presence of unbalanced pitta in the body can hamper the body in various ways and disturb the proper functioning.
Virechana is the important step of panchakarma. The process of Virechana also starts a day ago of actual therapy. The person who is going to be involved in therapy gets various medicines, herbs and tea to during. The process goes deeper with oleation where the medicinal oils and ghee are applied inside as well as outside of the body. Another important step of Virechana is the fomentation of the stomach as well as back of the person.
After this the individual is given the natural medicines and ayurvedic ingredients to aid their bowel movement. This process removes the toxin present in the tissues through bowl moment. Generally, Virechana is done after 3 days of Vamana. The virechana process will once again balance pitta in body by removing the toxins through bowel movement.
Basti is another step we follow in School for Panchakarma therapy. Basti is the panchakarma therapy to balance vata in the body. It is the anciently Ayurveda technique to cleanse the lower intestine and the colon of the individual. The huge vata presence in body will have dreadful effects. It will affect the whole function of the system of the body and may give rise to various vata related diseases and conditions.
Basti the third step of panchakarma and focuses on the excreting organs of the body. For the process of Basti various herbal medicines, natural oils, herbal fluids and fresh water are used. For beginning Basti the tub is filled with herbal fluids and medicines. Then the fluid is let in through the anus and into the large intestine by bending the knee forward.
The process is to relax your muscles and try to let in the fluid through the anus and inside the rectum. This process may be difficult and little bit awkward for the first timers but in time it will show be to of enormous benefit. Then the fluid is held inside for some time and expelled out of the body.
This process is repeated till the instructors advise to stop or the bowels are clean.
Nasya (nasal administration)
Nasya is the penultimate step of panchakarma therapy. It is the step to cleanse the head portion of the body. Head is the most important part of the body. It governs all out body, makes our decisions as well as keeps our organ in check. A healthy head and brain are the first part of the healthy body. Nasya of the panchakarma focuses of the head and cleanse it from inside and outside from toxins.
In the beginning of the Nasya the shoulders, neck and head are given light to mild massage to relax the areas. Then slowly the parts of the heads are massaged lie ears, cheeks and forehead. Then the face muscles are further relaxed through the applications of the essential oils or even by application of stem. Then various medicinal oils are given to the body through the nostrils. Various proper instruments are used to give the medicinal fluids through nose.
Administration of the fluids through completes the main task of Nasya. Then gentle massage of head and shoulders are given after the applications. Then the individual is given water to gargle to complete the procedure.The conditions like rhinitis, Sinusitis, Insomnia, migraine etc. are treated through Nasya.
Rakta Mokshana (Blood Purification) in School for Panchakarma
Rakta Mokshana is the final process of the panchakarma therapy. It is the process where the impure blood is removed from the body. There are various methods by which the impure blood can be removed from the body.
Our blood is our life. We will not be alive is it was not for the blood running through our veins. However, sometimes the blood gets filled with toxins and becomes impure. This therapy removes the impure the blood from the body.
The process of detoxification is done in a certain part of the body at a time. To do this therapy first the section where the process of detoxification is to be done. The Rakta Mokshana process then begins. There are quite a few methods that can be used for this process. The use of leech to draw out the toxic blood has been used since the ancient time and is found to be still used today.
Another method is use of sharp instrument to make a opening to let the blood out. It is done by either making a cut in skin or by venipuncture.
The method of letting the blood by use of sharp instruments can be dangerous one. Only the experienced people know how to use the instruments and how much blood to let go for in toxification. The process needs to be done through extreme delicacy and caution. The process aids many of the process while it is also prohibited to be done on the patients with some medical conditions. Skin disease, blood diseases, swelling, bleeding disorders are some of the conditions that are said to be eased by rakta mokshana therapy.
Other Ayurveda Related Therapies
Steam and massage
This School for Panchakarma provides the therapy with- Whole body steam and massage abhyanga massage. Sirodhara therapy with the specific oils that suits the nature of the person, Ksheera dhara, Tarka dhara, Nasya, Chakra Vasti, Netra Vasti, Vasti with oils, fomentation (Baluka sweda, Patra pindika sweda), Vamana (the vomiting therapy), Purgation therapy(Virechana), and Arurvedic facials.
Food and diet
School for Panchakarma, is extremely cautious about the diet. As, diet is the source of strength as well as the cause of disease if not eaten properly. The diet is given is so way that, it enhances the absorption the medicines and herbs. Different medicinal oils, and steam of medicinal water are used. These two methods are termed as Poorva karma in School for Panchakarma.
Sirodhara is the first steps of the Panchakarma therapy. In sirodhara various medicinal liquids are poured in the forehead. The School for Panchakarma, uses therapeutic cow milk and therapeutic buttermilk. The therapeutic cowmilk is used for Ksheerdhara while medicinal buttermilk is used for Takradhara. These two methods are selected depending upon the condition. Headache, insomnia, stress is treated using Sirodhara in School for Panchakarma.
Variety of massage trainings
Massage are the gentle manipulation of the skin, muscles, and ligaments. The sets of movement that are performed at the surface of the body are said to have healing and relief properties. These techniques are used in various forms around the world for healing purposes.
There are various programs of massage available at Nepal Ayurveda Home. There are 15 diverse types of massage available there to be exact.
- Two weeks massage training in Nepal
- Whole day massage and spa in Thamel
- Deep tissue massage
- Nepali typical massage
- One week massage training
You can see the wide range of massage available here. The massage has distinct purposes and people try it for various purposes. Another important feature of these massage is that these are all very efficient technique that has no negative impact in the body. No hostile techniques are used for massage at Nepal Ayurveda Home. Some are to ease the pain of the old wounds deep into the skin, some are for relaxation, some have purpose to supply ease to the feet after hard journeys. They also have the exotic Thai acu massage.
Nepal Ayurveda Home has programs that come under spa and healing. They are:
- 3 weeks Ayurvedic spa and massage training
- Two weeks Ayurveda spa in Nepal
- 10 days spa and massage training
- One-week Ayurvedic spa and massage
- One-week panchakarma retreat
- 5 days spa and massage training course
Spa is the use of hot aerated water with the aim of treating various medical conditions. The spa yields maximum belief when used with massage. What people may not about spa is that spa has been the part of Ayurveda for the thousands of years. Muscle tension, aging osteoarthritis, sciatica, and general emaciation are some of the conditions that spa and massage have extreme effect upon.
Major benefits of spa and massage:
- Increases flexibility of the body
- Cure’s insomnia and supply sound sleep
- Nourishment of the tissues
- Relives the pain of old wounds
Ayurveda Retreat course
There are total of fourteen programs that comes under Ayurveda in Nepal Ayurveda Home. They are further subdivided into different groups. Long Ayurveda retreat, Short Ayurveda retreat and Ayurveda training.
Long Ayurveda retreat
- 1 month Ayurveda retreat course
- 3 weeks Ayurveda retreat course
- 2 weeks Ayurveda retreat
- 2 weeks Ayurvedic cooking course
- 2 weeks Ayurvedic and yoga detox in Nepal
- 4-week Ayurveda Training course
- 3 weeks Ayurveda Training in Kathmandu
- 2 weeks Ayurvedic Beauty care training
- 2 weeks Ayurveda training course
Ayurveda is practiced in our lands since thousands of years ago. Nepal Ayurveda Home is keeping alive the same practice and providing us with the services. Nepal Ayurveda Home not only supplies the retreat course but also supplies training course if you are willing to excel in the field of Ayurveda.
During your time in Nepal Ayurveda Home, you will go deep inside the knowledge and techniques of Ayurveda. By spending time at Nepal Ayurveda Home, one can understand why Ayurveda techniques are so popular in this modern world and why this technique prevailed and flourished in our thousands of years of history.
Nepal Ayurveda Home has variety of programs on Ayurveda filed. The shortest program is of 3 nights Ayurveda retreat while the longest program is 1 month Ayurveda retreat course. If you take the longest program, you will have enough time to be deeply immersed in the world of Ayurveda and extract the maximum benefits. However, it is also not true only the long programs are highly effective. These programs are based on the needs of the peoples and the time length is the same.
Ayurveda training course is another amazing thing at Nepal Ayurveda Home. There are four programs that supply training course. One can excel in the field and begin their career in the field of Ayurveda itself.
Other courses offered by Nepal Ayurveda Home
Yoga and meditation
Yoga and meditation are the end of two-week package in School for Panchakarma. At the end there will be yoga meditation retreat class and medical sessions. The people are let free to interact with their Ayurveda physician to deal with their problem and curiosity.
Aside from School for Panchakarma, Nepal Ayurveda Home has various Ayurveda therapy programs
There are two programs under the banner of healing in Nepal Ayurveda Home:
Singing bowl training and chakra healing
Reiki healing training in Nepal
Singing bowl training and chakra healing
This course if of three night and four days. It uses the sound of the bowl to heal and connect with the universe. Seven different metal bowls are used to heal the seven different chakras in the body.
Reiki healing training
Reki1 and Reiki 2 knowledge are given during the reiki training in Nelal Ayurveda Home. In reiki healing the reiki experts transfer the life energy into the body of the ill person through the palms of their hands. Reiki has three levels Reiki 1, Reiki 2, and Reiki 3. As the level increases the healing becomes more advanced and nee more practice to achieve.
15 hours Astrology training
Through Astrology training in Nepal Ayurveda Home, a person can read birth chart and palm of the person in just 15 hours. They give the knowledge of birth chart reading and palm reading through the process of practical application. You will be amazed how much you can find about a person and his life just by looking the birth chart and his palms. Moreover, what is more is that you can be able to that just by spending 15 hours learning session in Nepal Ayurvedic house.
9 nights Traditional Chinese meditation
Chinese ancient meditation technique is also famous around the globe for its amazing healing abilities. It has become increasingly popular in recent years around the globe.
In recent years Nepal Ayurveda Home, also started to perform Chinese meditation. Acupuncture, meridian massage, are some of the Chinese medicinal techniques used there. What is more amazing is that the experts of Nepal Ayurveda Home have combined the knowledge of traditional Chinese meditation with our Ayurveda. The results are just beyond astonishing. The goal was to compile the best of the both countries and create something beyond, and the results were obtained as hoped.
Yoga Retreat Program
Yoga are the sets of posture, breathing forms, exercise, that are used to gain numerous physical, mental, and spiritual benefits. Like Ayurveda, Yoga also has been around thousands of years. Legend says that it was Mahadev himself who created yoga and distributed the knowledge to the humans.
Nepal Ayurveda Home has numerous programs that are based on yoga. They are used for healing or training those who aspire to have numerous knowledge in yoga. There are different programs in total in the yoga field here. They are again further sub divided in different retreat:
- 1month yoga retreat in Nepal
- 21 days Blissful yoga retreat
- Ten nights mind managing yoga retreat
- One week yoga hike in Nepal
- Stress management training
These awesome programs all wait for you in Nepal Ayurveda Home. All these programs are designed especially for various kinds of people. 1 month is the longest yoga program available here while the shortest yoga program is of 1 day (Whole day energizing yoga). The yoga programs have various effect in your body both physically, mentally as well as spiritually.
In Nepal Ayurveda Home you will practically experience many yoga forms, moreover you are also going to learn the history, principle, philosophy, and the concept of yoga. The programs involve Pranayama, Meditation, Patanjali yoga sutra, Yoga Nidra and relaxation, Seven chakras, Mudra and many more.
Yoga teacher training are also in large variety in Nepal Ayurveda Home. There are 9 programs just for the teacher training. What is unique here is, aside from training the mainstream yoga Nepal Ayurveda Home also trains yoga teachers special yoga for children, women and prenatal.