Yoga and Ayurvedic Courses



Balancing your Chakras

The 7 Chakras are the energy centers in our body in which life
energy flows into and out of our aura.
Blocked energy in our 7 Chakras can often lead to illness so it's important to understand what each Chakra represents and
what we can do to keep this energy flowing freely.
As each Chakra relates to specific spiritual, emotional, psychological and physical issues, the conscious awareness and
the balancing of these energy centers throughPranayama, Asana and Meditation  can lead to well-being.
Dates:To be announced
8 Hours 6000 Baht
@ Prem Yoga and Ayurveda  085 019614


Yoga Courses

20 Hours TTC on Pranayama


TTC  Pranayama  on the following dates:
Tues, Wednesday Thursday 13,14,15 Oct,  20,21,22 Oct, and  27,28,29 Oct.
Timings 9am-12noon
This will include 20 hours TTC as 5 Hours Chakra Meditation


Breathwork has finally started to emerge into its rightful place as a core practice of Yoga. Whether you want to become a pranayama teacher or just learn for yourself, this training is designed for those who want to learn standard techniques and primary skills in pranayama. It will help you to gain a deeper insight of Pranayama knowledge in the form of practice, yogic philosophy, and anatomy-physiology embodied in the ancient Indian Vedic texts.

Course Content

Definition of Yoga 

 Different Paths to  Yoga

Yoga Psycho Physiology

Pranayama Theory and Practice

Role of bandhas and Mudras

 Yoga Nidra


Access Consciousness Bars Training

Mamouchka is a fully certified French Naturopath and an experienced alternative holistic medicine therapist. She will be teaching in our center one of her modality, a new generation of energy healing coming from the USA: "Access Bars Consciousness".


The Access Bars are 32 bars of energy that run through and around your head that connect to different aspects of your life. We call all of the points we touch "The Bars."


They store the electromagnetic component of all the thoughts, ideas, attitudes, decisions and beliefs that you have ever had about anything. For example about money that you considered important, the energy of that thought is stored in the Bar called "money." There are also Bars for healing, body, control, awareness, creativity, power, ageing, sex etc.

Having your Bars run begins to undo limitations at their source by undoing the unconsciousness that creates limitations.

Access Bars has assisted thousands of people to change many aspects of their lives. People report better health, ease of sleep, weight loss, better sex and relationships, relief from anxiety, less stress and so much more.


- 8 hours of training

- 10am-2pm


You will receive an " Access Bars practitioner" certificate; an Access Bars Consciousness book from the organisation in the USA and a recap laminated head chart with all hand positions.


Foundation Principles of Ayurveda (9 Hours)

This lays a general foundation on the main aspects of Ayurveda and its operative principles, which is a must for all who are undertaking any kind of Ayurvedic training.  This course of study provides students with a basic understanding of Ayurveda that enables them to identify the Doshas or Bio-humors in the body, to discover when they are out of balance and to chart out the measures to bring them back into harmony.  It provides a firm foundation for carrying on further training and research in Ayurveda.

Shirodhara – The Eternal Stream (9 hours)

Literally translated, “Shiro” means head and “Dhara” means flow.  The continuous pouring of warm oil on the forehead has a tremendous healing effect especially on the nervous system.  It releases locked energies, clears and calms the mind, and works on all levels of one’s being from the physical to the subtle.


The therapist needs to be well trained and focused in order to achieve the maximum benefits for the client.  Training includes:


 - Preparation and Set up of the equipment and oils

 - Positioning the client for maximum comfort

 - Head, Neck and Shoulders relaxation massage techniques

 - Adjusting the flow of oil, refilling the pot, and other technical details during the session

 - Different methods of oil flow in order to attain overall benefits

Shirobhyanga – Ayurvedic Head, Neck and Shoulder Therapy (15 hours)

Shirobhyanga is done with Ayurvedic Medicated oils that are applied to the head, neck and shoulders. Beginning with gentle relaxation, students are guided step by step through the entire session. The objective is to apply all the techniques with appropriate rhythm and pressure. An overview is also provided on the benefits of each technique.

Areas of training include:

- Preparation for the therapy
- Relaxation Techniques
- Application of oil
- Techniques for the head
- Relieving stress from the neck and shoulder areas
- Marma points – Significant Ayurvedic sites on the head, neck and shoulders.
- Locating and working each Marma point

Marma Abhyanga – Ayurvedic Body Oil Therapy (15 hours)

Marmas are significant Ayurvedic sites on the body that can stimulated to achieve overall health and balance, as Marmas are junctions for several types of tissue elements in the body that include blood and lymph vessels, muscles and bone tissue, and nerves. Marma Abhyanga is a wonderful combination of Ayurvedic massage with focus on the Marmas.

The therapists go through each of the main Marmas on the body from the feet right up to the base of the head. Focus is on the applying the techniques with appropriate rhythm and pressure. An overview is also provided on the organs and glands corresponding to each Marma.

Areas of Training include:

- Preparation techniques
- Techniques for relieving mucles
- Locating each Marma correctly
- Application of oil on the Marmas
- Marma Stimulation techniques
- Working the Lymph nodes
- Specific techniques for the abdomen, chest and spine 

Mukhabhyanga - Ayurvedic Face Therapy (6 hours)

This is a sequence of cleansing and rejuvenating the face with Ayurvedic scrubs (ubtans), medicated oil, steam, and ayurvedic packs. Special mild herbs and oils are used for the face, as it is a sensitive and important area of the body. Massage techniques focus on the face “Marmas”, improving circulation in the face area, calming the nerves involved, clearing away excess skin deposits, and rejuvenating the entire face.

Step by step guidance and training is provided to ensure effective preparation, application and removal techniques.

Padabhyanga – Ayurvedic Foot Oil Therapy (15 hours)

Padabhyanga focuses on the lower legs and feet. Warm Ayurvedic medicated oil is used to improve blood circulation, relax muscles and nourish the tissues. Feet incorporate all the reflex areas that correspond to different organs and glands in our body. Padabhyanga effectively stimulates and balances all these system. Theory Includes:
- Basics of Ayurveda
- Identifying body type and dosha imbalances
- Balancing doshas with lifestyle diet and treatment
- Basic anatomy of feet and lower legs, with focus on the structural aspect
- Location benefits of marma. Marmas are specific Ayurvedic sites that can be stimulated to balance the body and the Doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha)
- An overview of the reflexes on the feet

Practical training covers:
- Preparation and Relaxation
- Oil Application
- Massage techniques that focus on improving circulation, removing toxins from tissues, strengthening the muscles, nourishing all tissues and cleansing the lymphatic system.
- Using “rlungsa” boles- an effective treatment method used in Tibetan Medicine, which is also based on Ayurvedic principle.
- Fomentation with herbs that help to clear up clogged tissues
- Techniques for working Marmas on the lower leg and feet
- Stimulating the reflexes on the feet

Meridian Therapy (18 Hours)

Meridians are the basis of several forms of natural therapy from acupuncture to acupressure.    They are the energy pathways that nourish and sustain us from the physical to the subtle levels.   Meridians also link us to our environment where we are constantly exchanging energy in various forms; this sometimes creates a blockage or overflow in the meridians.  Through Meridian Therapy, imbalances are recognized and corrected leading to a revival of our entire system.

Basic Acupressure Reflexology – Zone Therapy (18 Hours)

This course of study provides a firm foundation in foot Reflexology.  Beginning with relaxation techniques, the students are guided through each system of the human body.  Focus is on locating the organs and glands  on the feet, followed by the correct working technique on each reflex.  This involves the appropriate rhythm, pressure and posture for every technique, namely; Thumb-walk, Finger-walk, Hook-in, Pivot, Finger-roll, Ankle and Toe rotations, and several others as the students work through all the reflexes on the feet.

An overview of the anatomy and physiology of each organ and gland is also provided in order to give students a clear understanding of how the human body works.  On successfully completing the training, students are able to independently conduct an Acupressure Reflexology session with confidence.

Advanced Acupressure Reflexology - Zone Therapy (36 Hours)

The advanced Acupressure Reflexology program provides thorough training in Acupressure Reflexology whereby students are able to accurately identify and treat specific imbalances. The course of training includes:

 - Complete consultation with clients including their medical history, diet, lifestyle, current symptoms and main complaints.

 - Identifying and recording blockages and other imbalances in the reflexes on a Foot chart.

 - Charting out a treatment plan based on the consultation and the Foot chart.

 - Common disorders for each system and the reflexes to be worked for their respective treatment. Systems covered are endocrine, muscular, skeletal, respiratory, integumentary, circulatory, lymphatic, reproductive, urinary, and digestive.

 - Case studies: 3 case studies to be completed. For each case study, the student works 5 times on the same person, records observations, reactions and treatment given. Case studies instill confidence in students to apply their knowledge practically.

Ayurvedic Aromatherapy (18 Hours)

Using Ayurveda as the underlying principle, essential oils are blended to provide the maximum benefit. Included in this course of study are:

 - Basics of Ayurveda

 - Overview on Aromatherapy

 - Methods of Essential oil extraction and its effect on the purity of the oil

 - Differentiating between synthetic and natural essential oils

 - Therapeutic guidelines for essential oils

 - Oil families

 - Essential oil monographs based on Ayurveda

 - Selecting and blending essential oils with carrier oils in order to balance respective bio-humors (doshas)

 - Using essential oils with various Ayurvedic treatments and therapies

21,500 Baht per person / 17,000 Baht for group of min 4

Swedana - Ayurvedic Fomentation (6 hours)

Fomentation or use of steam has always been a part of most ancient healing systems. Ayurveda employs fomenation for relieving stiffness and eliminating wastes from the body tissues. Special herbs are used along with specific application. Fomentation has multiple benefits as it opens up tissue adhesions thus reviving the body’s normal flow of energy through the bodily systems.

Effective preparation and application techniques are the prime focus in this training.

Pindasveda - Ayurvedic Bolus Therapy (9 hours)

Using special bolus filled with medicated grains, warm oil is massaged all over the body. This is a very effective technique especially for removing stiffness from the muscles and joints. It is an intensive form of Abhyanga as the medicated bolus with the grains and herbs enable the oils to penetrate deeper into the tissues. This therapy is highly therapeutic and rejuvenative in itself as improves blood circulation, clears away wastes from the body, strengthens digestion, enhances complexion and promotes sound sleep.

Training involves preparing the oils and bolus for the therapy, the appropriate temperature of the oil, correct positioning and techniques of application for different areas of the body.
Kattivasti – Ayurvedic Lower Back Therapy
A treatment system that focuses on the lower back, Kattivasti serves to release blockages in the spine, nourish the nervous system as well as harmonize the Doshas. The treatment begins with placing kneaded dough as a round enclosure or “well” on the lower back, and then filling it warm medicated oils. The oil is then gradually removed. Even though this therapy is conducted in a specific area of the body, it has an amazing effect on the overall functioning of the body.

Areas of training include preparation, positioning, temperature control, removal of oils as well as pre and post Kattivasti massage techniques.

Udvartanum - Ayurvedic Medicated Scrub (6 hours)

Medicated powders are applied in a particular direction all over the body in this Ayurvedic regimen. This is especially done to clear the lymphatic system as well as minor skin eruptions on the body. It has a very cleaning and detoxifying effect as it opens up the sweat glands and activates the enzymes in the skin.

Training involves preparing the scrubs with appropriate amounts of the herbs and liquids, application of the scrub effectively and clearing the medicated scrub after application.

Ayurvedic Herbal Science (15 hours)

This course of study focuses on the use of various herbs in Ayurvedic therapies. The theory includes a study of the energy and properties of herbs. Practical training involves hands on usage of herbs in various forms. Topics include:

 - Energetic of Herbs

 - Therapeutic properties of Herbs

 - Selecting appropriate herbs for different body types

 - Herbal Teas and Decoctions

 - Herbal pastes, powders and other items used for Ayurvedic therapies

 - Ayurvedic Medicated oils 

Ayurvedic Consultant (40 Hours)

This training program is for those who would like to apply Ayurveda for meeting the individual needs of clients in their treatment system.  It can be undertaken by all health professionals as well as those who are managing spas, wellness and other health care facilities.

This course comprises of following modules:


1. Foundation Principles of Ayurveda (as described above)

2. Ayurvedic Aromatherapy (as described above)

3. Ayurvedic Herbal Science (as described above)

4. Applied Ayurveda (Case Studies)

On completion of the training, students are required to complete five case studies.  This provides the necessary confidence to select the appropriate oils and herbs, as well as chart out treatment plans independently and effectively.  Case studies are discussed in class, thereby widening the knowledge and experience of all students.

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