This herbal therapy was designed to relieve pain and inflammation. A selection of therapeutic herbs, including prai, ginger, turmeric and lemongrass, are wrapped in a muslin compress, steamed and then applied to the body in gentle pressing, circular and rolling movements. The steaming process softens the compress and the aroma intensifies as the essential oils in the contents are released.
Traditional Ayurvedic herbal poultice is classified under “swedana” (heating and sweating treatments) and is an integral part of traditional Ayurvedic treatment.
Herbal Poultice is combined with often an oil massage leaving the client feeling soothed and the heat and herbs deepening the experience.
Benefits include reduced muscle contraction, stretching of connective tissue and melts and frees fascia restrictions, reduction of pain, inflammation, relief of aching joints and increased blood circulation and energy.
This is an accredited one day course. The prerequisites of this course are that the student holds an accredited body massage and anatomy and physiology certificate.
There are no written exams and no case studies are required for this course. Certificate will be given on the day on completion of a successful practical assessment.
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Thai Herbal Poultice Diploma Course are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.
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