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1)SURYANAMASKAR (sun salutation ) 2) Full body yoga tadasana -the mountain pose 3) standing forward fold pose (UTHANASANA YOGA ) 4) THE TRIANGLE POSE ( TRIKONASANA YOGA 5) BOW POSE (DHANURASANA YOGA ) 6) SLOW STRETCHING YOGA ASANA FOR NECK 7) KAPALBHATI PRANAYAMA YOGA POSE 8) BOUND ANGLE POSE - BANDHA KONASANA YOGA 9) RELAXING YOGA ASANA (EAGLE TWIST YOGA ) 10) HEAD STAND POSE (SIRSHASANA YOGA POSE ) 11) SARVANGASANA (SHOULDER STAND ) 12) PASCHIMOTTANASANA (FORWARD BEND POSE 13) PLOUGH POSE (HALASANA YOGA POSE ) 14) ARDHA HALASANA ( HALF PLOUGH POSE ) 15) BHUJANGASANA ( COBRA POSE ) 16) PAVANAMUKTASANA ( WIND REMOVING POSE ) 17) UTTANA PADASANA ( THE RAISED - LEG POSE ) 18) SETU BANDHASANA YOGA POSE ( BRIDGE POSE ) 19) VAJRASANA ( DIAMOND POSE ) 20) HALF TWIST POSE (MATSYENDRASANA ) 21) ANANDHA BALASANA (HAPPY BABY POSE ) 22) BALASANA (CHILD POSE ) 23) SHAVASANA (CROPSE POSE 24) VIRABHADRASANA (WARRIOR POSE ) 25) USTRASANA ( CAMEL POSE ) 26) GARUDASANA ( EAGLE POSE ) 27) NATARAJASANA (LORD OF THE DANCE POSE ) 28) NAUKASANA POSTURE ( BOAT POSE) 29) MARJARIASANA (CAT POSE ) 30) UTTHITA HASTAPADANGUSHTASANA (EXTENDED HAND TO TOE POSE ) 31) HASTA UTHANASANA (RAISED ARMS POSE ) 32) HASTAPADHASANA ( FORWARD BEND POSE ) 33) PRASARITA PADOTTANASANA ( WIDE LEGGED FORWARD BEND ) 34) VRIKSHASANA YOGA ( TREE POSE ) 35) ARDHA CHAKRASANA ( HALF WHEEL POSE ) 36) VIPARITA VIRABHADRASANA ( REVERSE WARRIOR POSE ) 37) CHAKRASANA YOGA ( FULL WHEEL POSE ) 38) PRACTICE ARDHA CHANDRASANA (HALF MOON POSE ) 39) ADHO MUKHA SVASANA 40) VYAGHRASANA ( TIGER POSE ) 41)YOGA BAKASANA ( CROW POSE ) 42) MAKARASANA ( THE CROCODILE POSE ) 43) SALABHASANA ( LOCUST POSE ) 44) BHEGASABA ( FROG POSTURE ) 45) GOMUKASANA YOGA (THE COW HEAD POSE ) 46) VIRASANA YOGA POSE (HERO POSE ) 47) SUPTA VIRASANA YOGA ( RECLINED HERO POSE ) 48) KUMBHAKASANA (PLANK POSE ) 49) VASISTHASANA ( SIDE PLANK POSE 50) UTHAN PRISTHASANA ( LIZARD POSE ) BY NIDRA YOG FOUNDATION
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Certificate in Ayurveda Massage and Treatment
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Certificate in Spa Massage by Ayurveda
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Diploma in Spa Therapy
Diploma in Massage
Diploma in Beauty Therapy
Certificate in Western Spa Therapies
Certificate in Indian Head Massage
Certificate in Aromatherapy
Certificate in Body Therapy Treatment
Diploma in Body Therapy
Certificate in Lymphatic Drainage Massage
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Nidra Yog Foundation: peutic Massage Techniques 75
foremost, circulatory massage, such as Swedish massage, increases circulation. The in-
dividual cells of the body depend on an abundant supply of blood and lymph. These
fluids supply nutrients and oxygen to the body as well as carry away wastes and toxins.
So, massage simply helps promote overall good health.
Massage facilitates the smooth flow of energy and communication among the car-
diovascular, digestive, urinary, respiratory, lymphatic, and nervous systems—creating
homeostasis (constancy and balance in the body). With reference to the integumentary
system, massage can often enhance skin condition. Massage directly improves the func-
tion of the oil and sweat glands that keep the skin lubricated, clean, and cooled. Tough, |Massage therapy course Kerala India |

inflexible skin can become softer and more supple following massage. A healthier, more
youthful appearance may be the result.
Massage also aids recovery from soft tissue injuries, such as sprains and strains. The
growth and repair of tissues are accelerated by efficient circulation in the injured areas
and appropriate stimulation of the healing tissues. Therefore, massage therapy can of-
ten help accelerate and improve recovery as well as reduce discomfort from such in-
juries (see chapter 13).
Finally, massage can have a calming effect on people who are high-strung (“Type
A” personalities) and people who have become dependent on pharmaceuticals or alco-
hol for rest and relaxation (although it should never replace physician-prescribed med-
ications for diagnosed mental or emotional disorders). Massage balances the nervous
system by soothing or stimulating nerves and neural pathways, depending on which ef-
fect is needed by the individual at the time of the massage.
Common afflictions such as muscle tightness and tension, insomnia, and tension
headache caused by stress; spasms and cramps (charley horses) resulting from sports
activities; digestive disorders (including constipation and spastic colon) encouraged by
a hectic lifestyle; arthritis, asthma, fibromyalgia, sinusitis, and temporomandibular
joint dysfunction caused by certain pathologies; carpal tunnel syndrome and thoracic
outlet syndrome caused by repetitive motions; and postural imbalances caused by tem-
porary conditions such as pregnancy or genetic conditions such as scoliosis all warrant
massage (see Introduction and Overview, and chapter 5). Generally, anytime a massage
will be beneficial to the person and no underlying causes of concern such as disease or
circulatory problems exist, it is considered an indication.
Contraindications
Contraindications may be general or local, specific to certain modalities, or determined
by medication use. Circulatory massage is considered a total contraindication in situa-
tions in which any modification, modality, or location would result in unsafe condi-
tions. A circulatory massage is defined as any massage modality, such as Swedish, that
directly moves blood and lymph through the body, as opposed to an acupressure mas-
sage that works on meridians, and indirectly affects the blood and lymph system.
Anytime a client has a severe condition (e.g., severe insulin-dependent diabetes or
high blood pressure), total or full-body circulatory massage is contraindicated. Edema
due to any heart, lung, liver, or kidney dysfunction is a contraindication for massage. The
response to touch (reflex effect on nervous system) could make the disease worse. In car-
diovascular diseases, massage could dislodge a thrombus (blood clot), resulting in an
embolus (floating blood clot) and causing heart attack or stroke. Abnormally high body
temperature, often an indication of acute infection, is a contraindication for massage.
Modifications to massage such as refraining from working on a certain area (local)
can be made to allow massage to the rest of the body. For example, you should not mas-
sage distal to (or below) varicose veins so you do not further damage already compro-
mised veins, but you may proceed with massage on the rest of the body (or massage
proximal to, above, the veins). Never perform massage over open wounds, lesions, or
other potentially infectious sores.
Many grey areas exist in which the therapist must draw on training and practical
experience to make an educated decision as to whether or not the client may receive a
Nidra Yog Foundation: It is important to keep in mind that massage therapy, as a tool
for our holistic well-being, cannot be understood solely through
the scientific method. Western science typically measures the
impact of one variable on another (for example, whenever someone
does X to the subject, Y happens). In contrast, the goal of
massage is not necessarily to simply “fix” something or to bring
about a particular result through a specific treatment, but
instead to facilitate the body’s ability to enter a state of
greater overall wellness and balance. Looking at the whole in this
way and dealing with such subjective topics as a client’s internal
feeling of well-being is typically out of the realm of Western
science and medicine. Although scientific studies have
successfully found many benefits of massage therapy, there is
still a lot regarding the benefits of massage that has yet to be
(or may never be) explained or described through the lens of
science. There are numerous anecdotal accounts of profound
healing, changes, and shifts that have taken place on the
physical, psychological, energetic, and spiritual levels that
cannot be done justice by an explanation limited to the scientific
lens. This is probably why massage therapy is a method that has
often been successful in helping people who have unexplained
conditions, or for people who are not sure what they are looking
for but simply have a sense that something needs to shift in their
body, mind, energetic system, or in their life.
Nidra Yog Foundation: Benefits for the Body
Reduces muscular pain, spasms, cramps, tension, and trigger points
(aka – knots). Massage can reduce muscular pain due to many
causes. Massage helps to stop the “pain-spasm-pain” cycle, in
which an injury causes a muscle to go into spasm, reducing local
circulation, leading to a lack of oxygen and nutrients and a
build-up of metabolic wastes and toxins, which leads to more pain,
which in turn, leads the muscle to spasm further. Massage
increases local circulation and relaxes the tense muscle, breaking
the cycle, reducing pain, and leading to increased flexibility and
range of motion.
Reduces chronic pain due to injuries and a variety of conditions.
Numerous scientific studies and anecdotal evidence have found
massage to be effective at improving functioning and reducing pain
associated with a variety of injuries and chronic conditions
including: arthritis and joint pain, whiplash, slipped or
herniated discs, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome,
fibromyalgia, sciatica, thoracic outlet syndrome, spinal cord
injuries, plantar fascitis, shin splints, TMJ syndrome, and
others.
Reduces formation of scar tissue, pain, and swelling following
injury or surgery. Massage increases lymph flow (thereby removing
excess lymph and toxins and reducing swelling and pain), and can
help to bring necessary oxygen and nutrients via increased blood
circulation in order to increase the formation of functional
tissue and reduce the formation of scar tissue. Massage can also
help to realign the fibers of scar tissue, making the muscle more
functional and increasing range of motion at the joint. A Mayo
Clinic study found that people recovering from heart surgery who
received massage experienced less pain during their recovery
period than those who did not receive massage.
Speeds healing from pulled muscles and sprained ligaments. In
order for any tissue in the body to heal, it must receive vital
nutrients and oxygen through blood circulation. Following an
injury, muscles often go into spasm, reducing blood flow to the
area. Massage not only releases these tight muscles, but also
increases local circulation, leading to faster healing time.
Massage can also help the fibers in muscles and ligaments to
realign appropriately in the healing process, allowing for
increased function of the muscle and increased range of motion at
the joint.
Increases range of motion and flexibility. Massage can increase
range of motion and flexibility in a variety of ways. It can help
loosen and relax tight muscles, break up adhesions that can form
Nidra Yog Foundation: on the tendons and ligaments around joints, and soften the
connective tissue that surrounds everything (including muscle,
tendon, ligament, and bone) in our body. A study with dancers
found that regular massage improved range of motion, balance, and
posture.
Improves posture. The connective tissue of the body can become
chronically tight and rigid leading to poor posture. Massage can
help soften this tissue, which can lead to lasting postural
realignments and shifts.
Reduces stress hormones. Arguably, the number one scientifically
proven benefit of massage is the reduction of stress hormones.
This benefit should not be underestimated, as numerous scientific
studies link the presence of stress hormones (specifically
cortisol) to nearly every single disease that is prevalent in our
society today, including, heart disease, high blood pressure,
diabetes, cancer, autoimmune diseases, psychological problems and
disorders, and so on.
Improves immune system function. Massage does a number of things
for immune function. It allows our nervous system to enter its
parasympathetic response (aka – relaxation response), which allows
our body to send energy and resources towards restoration and
healing. Studies have shown that massage increases the production
of immune cells such as natural killer cells and other immune
cells in HIV and cancer In addition,
massage improves lymphatic flow, allowing the immune system to
work more efficiently.
Relieves tension headaches and migraine pain. Many headaches can
be caused by muscle tension. Muscles that develop trigger points
(aka – knots) can refer (send) pain to other parts of the body,
including the head. Massage (particularly Neuromuscular Therapy)
can help to relieve these trigger points, reducing headache pain
and frequency of headaches. A study found that massage therapy
decreased the occurrence of headaches, sleep disturbances, and
distress symptoms in adults with migraines.
Improves digestion. Massage can help the digestive system in a
number of ways. First, massage brings our nervous system into its
parasympathetic response (aka – the “rest and digest” response)
which allows our body to relax enough to send energy and resources
toward our digestive system. Massage also helps to stimulate
peristalsis (movement of the intestines) which can relieve
constipation. Further, massage can help to stimulate the release
of digestive enzymes, which can improve our nutrient absorption.
Studies with preterm infants have found that infants who receive
massage gain up to 47% more weight than those who do not. It is
Nidra Yog Foundation: believed that this is due to the improved absorption of food and
nutrients due to massage.
Reduces fatigue. The build-up of metabolic waste and toxins in our
body can lead to fatigue. Massage helps to flush the body of these
waste products through stimulation of the cardiovascular and
lymphatic systems, thereby reducing fatigue and improving our
cellular functioning.
Increases blood and lymph circulation. Blood flow can become
stagnant or slow (especially in the extremities for people who are
on their feet all day), potentially leading to the development of
varicose veins (and thereby increasing the risk for the
development of blood clots). Massage increases blood and lymph
circulation, bringing stagnant blood back to the heart and
allowing fresh oxygen and nutrients to be delivered to the
tissues. It also increases the lymph circulation, allowing this
system to efficiently remove metabolic wastes and toxins from the
tissue. Additionally, massage can increase local circulation to
problem areas, allowing for faster healing time, reduced tension,
increased functionality of the tissue and increased range of
motion at the joint.
Lowers blood pressure. Studies have found that massage can help to
lower blood pressure. This is an important aspect of heart
health and can help to reduce the risk of heart disease.
Promotes deeper and easier breathing. Loosening muscles of
respiration can allow us to bring breath, our vital energy, into
our body at a much greater capacity. This can also help teach us
how to breathe in a way that brings our body into a state of
relaxation more often. A study at the Touch Research Institute
found that children with asthma and cystic fibrosis showed
improved lung functioning with massage.
Decreases premenstrual symptoms. A study at the Touch Research
Institute found that women experiencing premenstrual symptoms had
improved mood, and reduced pain, anxiety, and water retention
after receiving massage therapy.
Reduces nerve pain (e.g., sciatica, thoracic outlet syndrome,
carpal tunnel syndrome, herniated discs, etc). Massage can relax
the muscles that clamp down on specific nerves causing pain and
numbness. Massage can also reduce nerve pain caused by slipped or
herniated discs, by loosening the tissue around the problem area,
allowing the disc to move closer to its original position, taking
pressure off of the nerve. A study at the Touch Research Institute
found that adults with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome showed increased
nerve conducting velocity with massage therapy. Nidra Yog Foundation: Benefits for a variety of medical conditions. These include:
diabetes, cancer, HIV, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis,
Cerebral Palsy, Cystic Fibrosis, autoimmune disorders,
gastrointestinal disorder such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and
Colitis, high blood pressure, circulatory disorders, anemia, and
many others. Studies have found that nearly all medical conditions
are agitated by stress hormones – in order words, stress hormones
present in the body can cause flare-ups and increased intensity of
these conditions. Massage can reduce the level of stress
hormones in the body, thereby easing the intensity of these
conditions. Additionally, there have been studies showing
specific benefits for many of these disorders such as bringing
blood glucose levels back to normal for people with diabetes,
increasing white blood cell count in those with cancer and HIV,
and improved air flow for children with cystic fibrosis.
Benefits for the Mind
Reduces anxiety. Study after study has shown that massage helps to
reduce stress and anxiety. Studies consistently find that after
receiving massage clients both report less stress and anxiety and
show lower cortisol (stress hormone) levels. Lower levels of
stress hormones may be one of the most beneficial factors in
overall health and well-being. Numerous scientific studies have
linked stress hormones to nearly every chronic and degenerative
disease and disorder that is prevalent today, including heart
disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, cancer, autoimmune
diseases, psychological problems and disorders, and so on. Nidra yog foundation academy
Improves sleep habits. Many people report that after receiving a
massage they are able to get a better night’s sleep. Regular
massage can help teach us how to bring our bodies into a state of
deep relaxation, which can help us fall asleep and sleep more
soundly. Studies at the Touch Research Institute found that
children and infants who received massage had less difficulty
falling asleep and improved sleep patterns.
Enhances alertness and psychological functioning. After receiving
massage many people note that they feel more “clear-headed”. It
seems that the type of deep relaxation and calm that massage
creates brings about clearer thinking and a state of calm
alertness. Studies have shown that mental alertness is increased
and performance on math problems is improved after receve Nidra Yog Foundation: Enhances cognition and learning in infants and children. Studies
have shown that cognition, learning, and alertness are enhanced in
infants and preschool children who receive massage
Improves symptoms for a variety of psychological disorders.
Numerous scientific studies have shown improvement in a variety of
psychological disorders, including: ADHD, Autism, Anorexia, many other illnes
Bulimia, Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Chronic
Fatigue Syndrome, and others. These studies found that massage
therapy improved sleep patterns, reduced stress hormones,
depressive symptoms, fatigue related symptoms, and anxiety levels,
and lead to less “problem behavior” in children, Nidra Yog Foundation: Benefits of Prenatal, Labor, Postpartum, &
Infant Massage
Decreases rates of complications during labor. Studies have found
that women who receive massage while pregnant are less likely to
have complications during labor.
Decreases rates of postnatal complications for the baby. In
addition to the benefit of a less complicated labor, studies have
found that women who receive massage while they are pregnant have
babies who are less likely to experience postnatal complications
and perform better on infant assessment tests.
Decreases rates of premature birth. Studies also show that women
who receive prenatal massage are less likely to give birth
prematurely.
Decreases stress hormone levels in mother. Since expectant mothers
are already experiencing a great change in hormone levels,
reducing unnecessary stress hormones can help bring the hormonal
system into better balance, benefiting the mother as well as the
baby. Reduction of maternal stress due to massage may help lead to
decreased rates of complications such as low birth weight and
premature birth.
Increases oxygen and nutrients to the cells of the mother and the
baby. During pregnancy, the mother can have up to 40% more blood
volume in her body. Massage can help to ease some of this burden
on the circulatory system by increasing local and systemic
Nidra Yog Foundation: circulation which helps to bring fresh oxygen and nutrients to all
of the cells and tissues of the mother and the fetus, allowing for
optimal growth and development of the fetus.
Promotes easier breathing. During the later months of pregnancy,
the size of the baby can reduce the diaphragm’s ability to
contract fully to allow for a deep breath. Massage can help to
loosen the muscles of respiration and the surrounding tissue to
allow for deeper and easier breathing. Many pregnant clients
notice that they can finally take a nice deep breath after
receiving a massage.
Reduces swelling (edema) in the hands and feet. Swelling in the
hands and feet during pregnancy is another result of the
additional blood volume (up to 40% more than normal) that a
pregnant woman’s circulatory system must handle. When the blood
and lymphatic vessels are not able to move all of the extra fluid
efficiently, it leads to a build-up of fluid in the extremities
(hands and feet). Massage helps to increase the efficiency of
these systems and can actually help to drain excess fluid out of
the hands and feet and back to the heart. Foot reflexology varkala
Decreases pain in low back, shoulders, neck, and hips due to shift
in posture. In order to accommodate the weight of the baby, the
center of gravity of the pregnant woman must shift. This leads to
a number of postural changes that can put stress on many areas of
the body leading to tension, stiffness and pain. Massage can help
to reduce tension and pain in these areas and help increase body
awareness of the new posture.
Alleviates stress on weight-bearing joints (such as the knees) due
to additional weight of the baby. Weight-bearing joints such as
the ankles, knees, and hips have additional weight to support that
they are not used to dealing with. Massage can help to alleviate
the pain and soreness associated with this by increasing local
circulation to the joints and decreasing muscle tension
surrounding the joints.
Alleviates leg cramps. Massage can help to flush the body’s
metabolic wastes that can build-up in the lower legs, reducing the
incidence of leg cramps.
Alleviates sciatic pain. The postural shift caused by pregnancy
can lead to tension in a particular muscle (Piriformis) that is
located on top of the sciatic nerve. When this muscle clamps down
on the sciatic nerve it can lead to numbness, tingling, and pain
down the back of the leg (this is known as Piriformis Syndrome).
Massage can help to release this muscle in order to take pressure
Nidra Yog Foundation: Decreases insomnia. Massage reduces stress hormones in the body
which can decrease insomnia, a common complaint of pregnancy.
Helps prepare the muscles used during childbirth. Childbirth
requires both flexibility and body awareness, two things that
massage can help to provide. Giving birth requires the ability to
contract and use muscles (such as abdominal muscles for pushing)
while simultaneously relaxing other muscles (pelvic floor muscles)
in order to avoid tearing tissue. The body awareness and education
(on perineal self-massage) that comes with massage therapy can
help lead to a smoother and less painful birth.
Shorter labor. There are various massage techniques, and
acupressure and reflexology points that can speed up a sluggish
labor and help support uterine contractions during pushing to make
for a quicker labor. Studies have found that women who receive
massage during labor have shorter labors. Varkala professional massage course varkala
Less painful labor. It has been reported by many women (and a
study conducted at the Touch Research Institute corroborates) that
receiving massage during labor decreases the pain associated with
contractions and childbirth. Additionally, massage can help to
reduce specific pain (in the back, pelvis, legs, shoulders, neck,
etc) that can accompany labor.
Less likely to need pain medication. Massage is so effective at
reducing pain associated with labor that a controlled study has
found that women who received massage during labor were actually
less likely to need pain medication – allowing for a more natural
childbirth.

Fewer complications during labor. While there have been very few
studies on the effects of labor support massage, there are many
studies that find that having another woman present for support
(such as a doula) decreases rates of complications and the need
for medical intervention (such as cesarean, forceps studies have found that

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receiving massage while pregnant decreases rates of complications
during labor.
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Less anxiety during labor. A study at the Touch Research Institute
found that women who received massage during labor experienced
less anxiety during labor.
Shorter hospital stay following birth. The same controlled study
also found that following the birth, the women who received
massage during labor had shorter hospital stays than those who did
Nidra Yog Foundation: Better mood following birth. This study also found that women who
received massage during labor had a less depressed mood following
the birth.
Better milk production and easier breastfeeding. Stress hormones
have a negative impact on breast milk production. nidra yog foundation| Numerous
studies (cited above) have found that massage is effective in
reducing the level of stress hormones present in the body, which
can lead to better milk production and, in turn, easier
breastfeeding.
Helps to realign the pelvis after birth. Massage can help to relax
muscles around the pelvic area that can become tense following
birth. This can help to allow the pelvis to shift back to its
original alignment.
Relieves soreness after birth. Massage can help to flush the
body’s metabolic wastes (which can cause muscle soreness) and
relax and soothe muscles that have been overworked or strained
during childbirth.
Faster recovery from a cesarean. Massage increases systemic and
local circulation, which is an important factor in recovery from
surgery. This increase in circulation helps to flush toxins that
have built up at the surgery site and bring in fresh oxygen and
nutrients so that the tissue can heal faster. Studies have also
found massage to be effective at reducing pain associated with
recovery from surgery.
Relieves stiffness, tension, aches, and pains associated with
caring for a newborn. Caring for a newborn puts many new demands
on the body. Just holding a baby for extended amounts of time can
put immense strain on the arms, shoulders, neck and back. Massage
can help to reduce this stiffness and pain by relaxing tense
muscles, softening connective tissue, working out trigger points
(aka – knots), and bringing much needed blood flow into stagnant
areas. Massage will help Weight loss
Facilitates weight gain in preterm and normal infants. Numerous
studies have found that preterm infants gained up to 47% more
weight when they received massage. It is believed that the massage
leads to an increase in vagal tone, and in turn increasing food
absorption.
Improves sleep-wake patterns in preterm and normal infants.
Studies find that preterm and normal infants who receive massage
fall asleep faster, sleep more soundly, and have better sleep
patterns than infants who do not receive massage.

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