Chavutti Thirumal (Indian Rope Massage) Course, Goa, Kerala, India

In Goa

Rs 35,154
*Guide price
Original amount in EUR:
€ 450
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Important information

Typology Certificate
Location Goa
Duration 10 Days
  • Certificate
  • Goa
  • Duration:
    10 Days

Aithein Ayurveda College conducts Chavutti Thirumal (Indian Rope Massage Course) in Goa, India.

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Agonda Beach, Goa, India, 403702, Goa, India
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Starts On request
Agonda Beach, Goa, India, 403702, Goa, India
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What you'll learn on the course

Massage Therapy
Foot massage

Teachers and trainers (1)

Gagori Mitra
Gagori Mitra
Co-Founder & Course Director

Over the years, Gagori gathered many achievements and accolades, some of them includes: Professionally trained in Chavutti Uzichil by a 90-year-old Kalari master with more than 65 years of Chavutti experience Certificate of Ayurveda from the Government of India after receiving training from Kerala Certified RYS 200 Vinyasa Yoga practitioner and teacher from Yoga Alliance UK Trained in Professional Bodywork as a certified Instructor with 600 hours training from an AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association) certified instructor in 2002 etc.

Course programme

Chavutti Thirumal is done on a firm, supportive mat on the floor. The technique was developed for maintaining suppleness in the body and for treating pain and swelling caused by combat. It is however, equally suitable as a treatment for those not involved in regular or strenuous physical exercise and wishing to maintain their own fitness and well being. It is based on the precise knowledge of the body”s energetic channels “nadis” or the merdian lines. Receiving a Chavutti Thirumal (Indian Rope Massage) massage is not only relaxing and rejuvenating, it also has the same benefits as attending a yoga class.

Additional information

Chavutti Thirumal (Indian Rope Massage) Training Course, Goa, INDIA

Chavutti Thirumal, the Keralite massage with the foot, is an inseparable part of Kerala traditions. This is a unique whole body massage using the feet instead of hands. The therapist holds a rope and gives massage with his feet, the feet moving in several patterns all over the client's body. After applying healing oils, the therapist uses body weight to work on the energy lines focusing on muscle and bone alignment. This restores elasticity and flexibility. Massage is done mainly with the instep of the foot, at times using the toes and heels. Chavutti Thirumal (Indian Rope Massage) is a delicate balancing act with the rope and requires tremendous coordination, concentration and physical power.

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