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Ayurvedic Kansa Vatki (KV) Foot Massage™ One day workshop
Ayurvedic Kansa Vatki (KV) Foot Massage™
One day workshops in Norwich 4th March 2012 and 15th May 2012
Tutor: Ani Barker (on behalf of London Centre of Indian Champissage International)
Kansa Vatki (KV) Foot Massage™with marma therapy (Indian acupressure) is an ancient
Ayurvedic health-care modality, which balances the body, mind and spirit.
This unique treatment, steeped in centuries of ceremony, involves the use of ghee
(clarified butter) or oils. The massage is deeply revitalising for tired feet and
legs and, as the feet contain key energy and nerve endings relating to internal organs, a Kansa Vatki
treatment also helps to re balance the doshas (Vata, Pitta and Kapha energies).e treatment continues
with special moves performed with the small 3-metal Kansa Vatki bowl. This is followed by a
re-balancing sequence of marma massage (Indian acupressure).
This treatment is good for everyone and ideal for those who spend long hours on their feet.
The aim of this course is to provide students with a comprehensive grounding in the practical
application of the Ayurvedic Kansa Vatki (KV) Foot Massage™
On successful completion of the one-day training, students will be able to use
the techniques as a principal or subsidiary part of their practice.
Who is eligible: This course is suitable for qualified complementary therapists who wish to
add to their skills.
Accreditation: This course is approved by the Complementary Medical Association (CMA)
with 7 CPD points awarded. No Examination is required
Course fee £110 includes KV manual and vatki bowl.
Dates 4th March 2012 and 15th May 2012 at Jackie Hamilton School of Therapies -
34 Elmgrove Lane Norwich, Norfolk NR3 3LF
Please call 01603 457460 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place