Your students come to you to learn and perform simple and complex Yogasana. While performing Asana, Vayu in the body facilitates movement and flexibility. However, all times may not be how we want it to be. Situations such as late dinners, disturbed sleep, low water intake, a restless mind can cause Vayu to travel through the body in a more erratic manner. With lesser flexibility and a mind that won’t give up, it is but natural to push yourself to achieve that picture perfect posture.
When your student is performing asana under such conditions, it is possible that your student can develop a sprain or a spasm in anyone of the muscles. Relaxation at such times is a must.
What more can be done to provide immediate relief or to even restore the balance of the Doshas in the body in a short span?
Marma Chikitsa is an excellent tool to bring about a balance of the Doshas in the body.
Marma Chikitsa is an ancient healing science of Ayurveda and Siddha Tradition.
With simple strokes over the body, Prana in the body is facilitated to clear the blockages caused by Doshas and brings about a balance quickly. With Marma Chikitsa, we have seen people being rid of their spasms and sprains in less than 5 minutes.
- Key Takeaways –
- Possess the know how to use simple strokes over the body to facilitate the flow of Prana so that blockages caused by Doshas are cleared and a balance is restored quickly.