WHAT IS MARMA-NADI THERAPY?

 

Marma - Nadi therapy is an ancient Indian practice whose focus is the manipulation of subtle

energy (prana) in the body for the purposes of supporting the healing process.

Marmas are points in the body where concentrated life force energy is located. They are part

of the chakra, nadi, srota system of Yoga.

 

                                                                            This balancing treatment focused on

                                                                            releasing energy blocks in the body andmind.

                                                                            Marma points are massaged to balance the flow

                                                                            of energy. Marma therapy is tailored to your 

                                                                            individual dosha balancing needs. Prana is simply

                                                                            the vibrational electromagnetic energy of nature.

                                                                            Prana is what sustains us.

                                                                            There is nothing mystical  about this energy.

                                                                            We see it all around us. So, prana is that life

                                                                            force, as the Chinese refer to it, chi. 

                                                                            It is in our food, it is in the air we breathe.

                                                                            It is in our body and mind. 

                                                                            Prana moves along channels called nadis and

                                                                            the points on these nadis are called marmas.

So, nadis are the string, and marmas are the pearls of the necklace.

A marma is a point of concentrated prana where anatomical structures

(muscle, bone, tendon, vessels, ligament, and joints) are also present.

Through working on marma points, prana is treated, as opposed to simply working on

physical tissues.

 

 

Therapeutic Purposes:  

The primary purpose is to promote the flow of Prana in the body-mind.  
 

Marma points are switches that when opened up, allow for the increased flow of energy.

When the marma points are awakened, one feels an abiding connection in rejuvenating

stillness. Marma therapy balances the flow of energy through the muscles, joints and organs of the body. 

 

Experience: Marma therapy is an important tool for preventing and treating imbalances in Ayruveda. Treatment is based according to the unique needs of the patient.

Marma therapy balances the doshas, increase digestive fire, detoxification, reducing ama, promote energy and rejuvenation.

Theraputic touch is used to treat marma points. While lying on the special mat or massage table, or sitting in a comfortable chair, different type of pressure, like acupressure, is used on the marma points.

 

Benefits:

  • Balances doshas

  • Increases digestive fire, improving digestion

  • Reduces ama (toxins)

  • Promotes energy

  • Rejuvenates

  • Particularly good for structure problems and arthritis

  • Relieves nerve pain

  • Promotes deep relaxation

 

Number of threatments are decided according to individual body condition and current disorders

But for preventive purposes and general wellness not less than 3 sessions are recommended because each of them has different specification.

Feel free to ask any questions about the unique technique of Marma-Nadi therapy

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Our Master of Marma-Nadi therapy is one of the last pratitioners in India, who belongs to ancient brahman lineage.

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Marma-Nadi system in its variety