Highlight of 10 Days Spa And Massage Course
Are you visiting Nepal and have got some plans to learn about massage and spa during your visit? If it is so, Nepal Ayurveda Home offers a concrete and effectual – 10 Days Spa and Massage course, just for you. We are the first and the foremost Ayurveda institute that runs the course of spa and massage training in Nepal. Located at the core center of Kathmandu city – Thamel, we have a conglomeration of professionals and qualified teachers who will provide the basic concepts and skillful techniques of spa and massage therapy in the simplest and interesting ways.
Why Spa and Massage?
Office to home and home to office, people in the contemporary times have become a decent traveler who loose enthusiasm by visiting same place again and again. Everybody out there is wanting to get away from this day to day hassle. Something serene and soothing is what everyone’s heart desire for.
In this scenario, the demand for spa and massage training is increasing day by day. Spa and massage are the quickest and the most effective source for providing tranquility to the weary and exhausted. Acknowledging the demand and delivering it properly, spa and massage training house can be a booming business for your economic success.
So come join us at Nepal Ayurveda Home to transform yourself as a skillful and confident practitioner and a successful spa and massage house owner.
Spa And Massage Course Includes
1. Massage and its History
Different parts of the world have created different art of providing massage. We will learn about the well-known massage practice from around the globe. You will get chance to know how the art of massage developed in different parts of the world and how do they differ from each other. Along with the theoretical knowledge, you will also get the chance to practice different form of massage during your ten days’ course of training.
In nutshell, some of the massage that we will be learning and practicing will be:
- Swedish Massage
- Deep Tissue Massage
- Hot-Stone Massage
- Thai Massage
- Ayurvedic Massage
- Acupressure/Marma therapy
- Head and shoulder
- Nepali traditional massage
2. Basic Anatomy for Massage
Massage is not simply slipping your hands over other’s body. There are various techniques involved and these techniques vary according to the body structures. A clear knowledge about the basic anatomy of the body relevant to the massage practice lay down the fundamental base for your massage practice.
Muscles, bones, joints, arteries, veins and nerves are the components of the body that are mostly influenced by the massage practice. Knowledge about the location and orientation of these structures are essential while applying massage techniques. Students will have a thorough instruction and knowledge about human body structure during the course of their training.
3. Massage Techniques
You will be learning more than 100 techniques, hand movements and pressure points.
Major Components Massage Therapy:
- Touch – It is to bring masseur hands in contact with recipient’s body in a very skilled or professional manner. This includes passive touch, pressure and nerve compression
- Stroke – It can be simply understood as touch in combination with motion. It includes digital stroking, palmar stroking, knuckle stroking and reflex stroking.
- Friction – In this technique hands of masseur are rubbed over the body of recipient with a considerable degree of pressure varying with different parts of the body.
- Kneading – Kneading is just the next term to massage. It is the procedure which basically consists of alternate and intermittent grasping or compression of the muscular tissues.
- Percussion – It is simply a springy kind of blow given transversely to the body of receiver. It includes tapping, spatting, clapping, hacking and beating
- Vibration – In this technique, shaking movements are transferred from the hands of masseur to the body of the recipient
- Joint movements – Flexion, Extension, Abduction, Adduction, Pronation, Supination, Stretching, etc.
The sequence and pattern of these techniques, amount and direction of force to be applied, postures of the recipient – all these things matter if you are to provide a perfect massage. Knowledge about the techniques form the practical basis of your massage skill.
Other than these special focus will be given to the techniques applicable in some of the common ailments where massage therapy is beneficial.
4. Benefits and Contraindications
In general massage and spa procedures basically assist in improving blood flow and circulation. With improved circulation, there is proper exchange of required nutrition and metabolic wastes between tissues and blood. Thus, nourishment and detoxification goes hand in hand. This helps in relieving aches and pain, improving skin complexion and keeping away ageing.
The soothing sensation provided by spa and massage training is also helpful in decreasing stress and promoting better sleep. Spa steam reaches every nooks and corner of your body opening the blocked channels while massage therapy strengthens and stretches the body parts. In this way both procedure enhance joint mobility and flexibility.
For providing such benefits to the recipients, a practitioner should also be cautious about their contraindications too. There are instances when these procedures are better not advised.
Some of them are:
- Contagious diseases
- Skin diseases
- Generalized edema
- Cuts, bruise and open wounds
5. Pre and Post Therapy Management
We believe to make our trainee perfect in every steps of delivering spa and massage, from the very beginning to complete end. We will teach you about the room settings, counselling of recipients, preparations before providing therapies and post therapy management tips.
All these things are facets of a perfect art. Each facet should be well understood and applied intelligently in order to deliver effective service. We will go thoroughly on these matters and discuss
6. Auxiliary yoga and Ayurveda therapies:
Being an Ayurvedic school we infuse ideas of Ayurveda in these therapies too. Preparation of herbal decoction for spa steam and determining types of oil to be used for massage according to nature of individual and discomfort are the unique features of our course.
Along with this you will be introduced with other therapies of Yoga and Ayurveda such as Pranayama (yogic breathing practices) and Shirodhara (pouring of thin stream of medicated oil from a height over forehead) practices that are very effective in enhancing the relaxing effects of spa and massage.
Other than these we will also go through some basic principles and philosophies of Yoga and Ayurveda that can be very beneficial while counselling the customers.
Why Nepal Ayurveda Home for Spa And Massage in Nepal?
Nepal Ayurveda Home is a well-known name in the domain of Yoga and Ayurveda and we are the first Ayurveda school offering the massage and spa training course in Nepal. The course is available with or without accommodation as per the trainee’s requirement. You will get 24hour facility of free Wi-Fi and hot water shower in your accommodation list.
You will be trained by some of the best teachers in the country and you would find yourself fortunate as you will be given one of the massage included in the course by our professional masseur. Upon the completion of the course, you are welcome to practice in our studio anytime. We can even offer you a job in our school after you have completed your training. You are free to bring your friends and partner for your massage practice.
Alongside we have a comfortable spa room and you will be provided with clean bed sheet, towel and oil. We have a roof top restaurant in our institute where you can fulfill the appetite of your tummy with something yummy gazing the view of vibrant Thamel.