Mind and Body Wellness
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New Location: Lincoln Park Campus, 4825 Mount Royal Gate SW
Centre for Complementary Health Education
Ayurveda: Basic Principles and Practices
(with Dalia Yanai and C. Scott Ryan of Golden Lotus Ayurveda)
Be introduced to the basic principles and practices of Ayurveda, a 5,000-year-old medical tradition from India. Ayurveda uses basic universal principles which, once understood and implemented, bring about a balanced state of body, mind and consciousness. Health is not simply an absence of disease, but a balanced functioning of all bodily processes. Gain a clear understanding of your own constitution and the tools to empower you in all relationships in your life.
|Subject code: XHHC 10097||This course is not offered this semester.|
Learn the foundations of the BodyTalk system and wellness tolls for every day. The well-established non-diagnostic therapy uses evergy medicine as well as the body's innate ability to heal itself. By understanding the key concepts and learning five fasic technieus you will see a positive effect in your life. Beginners welcome - no experience necessary.
Note: Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a pen and paper. Manuals will be provided.
|Subject code: XHBT 10001||6 hours. Fee: $205+GST|
|CRN 30653||2 classes||Mar. 12-13||6-9:30 p.m.||Tue., Wed.|
Indian Head Massage
Explore the history and theory of Indian Head Massage and learn the techniques to administer a one-hour treatment. Be introduced to marma points of the face and scalp and how to apply pressure to them following a specific sequence of techniques.
|Subject code: XSPA 10005||This course is not offered this semester.|
Thai Foot Massage
Explore the history and theory of Thai Foot Massage and learn the techniques to administer a one-hour treatment. Be introduced to the major SEN (energy) lines in the leg and reflexology pressure points on the foot.
|Subject code: XSPA 10006||25 Hours. Fee: $499|
|CRN 31051 ||3 classes||Apr. 26-28||8 a.m.-5 p.m.||Fri., Sat., Sun.|
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