Natural Health and Beauty



8,9,10 September 2023

The best treatments in rejuvenation and detox

Derived from an ancient Indian tradition, Ayurvedic treatments are designed to help loosen toxins in the body and release excesses. They are deeply cleansing and purifying for the mind, body and spirit. The goal in all the treatments is to restore balance and re-establish calmness and harmony. The treatments have a rhythm and flow that encompass the entire body. 

Ayurvedic massage is unique and has a point of difference from any other style of massage. 

This treatment enhances the ability of nutrients to reach starved cells and also removes stagnant waste. The desired result is a heightened state of awareness that will direct the internal healing system of the body.

Ayurveda tailors each and every treatment to suit the individual. You can enhance your client’s treatment by using easy to follow techniques according to the ancient principles and philosophy of Ayurveda.

Further enhancement can be achieved through the use of herbalised oils, which target individual imbalances. An Ayurvedically prepared herbal-oil application (abhyanga) nourishes the skin, aids in removing impurities, stimulates both arterial and lymphatic circulation and relaxes the mind and body, promoting overall healing.

The spa industry is in constant search of such talents which can take the industry to newer heights. If you are looking to start a spa/massage business or to develop your existing business, or are a massage therapist who would like to add another string to your bow, this course is for you.

You will be able to introduce something new and unique to your existing clientele and cater to an international standard, with Ayurveda, India’s health care system that has stood the test of time for over 5000 years.


This ayurvedic abhyanga massage course will offer you professional training to apply an ayurvedically prepared herbal-oil that will nourish the skin, stimulate both arterial and lymphatic circulation, aid in removing impurities, promote overall healing and relax the mind and body.

In the course you will learn:


Introduction to Ayurveda, its history, origin, and basic terms used will be explained. The main emphasis will be on understanding the basic principles and philosophy behind the module and underlying concepts which will be extremely important to know for your practical application.


Detailed steps with demonstrations so that you can gain confidence and understand the techniques properly. Students will have the opportunity to have hands-on practical experience with observation and feedback wherever necessary. At the end of this training,) you will have been taught to deliver a one hour traditional Ayurvedic Relaxation Oil Massage. 


Introduction to Ayurvedic Fundamentals, 8th September 2023

Basic principles of Ayurveda

Basic Anatomy & Physiology (HLTAAP002 - Confirm physical health status)

Constitution, Prakruti and Tridosha theory

Practice management, 8th September 2023

Best Practice 

Record keeping


Infection control (HLTINF004 - Manage the prevention and control of infection)

WH&S (HLTWHS004 - Manage work health and safety)

Working with diverse people

Introduction to Ayurvedic bodywork, 9th, 10th September 2023

Brief outline of the history of massage

Classical massage movements and hand positions

Massage for vata, pitta, kapha and mixed doshas

Introduction to massage oils and pastes 


Giving and receiving Ayurvedic relaxation massage under supervision to the

- feet, legs, thighs

- back, shoulders and neck

- abdomen, chest, arms

- hands

Towel technique 

Client positioning

- prone

- supine

- left & right lateral

- sitting

Course Location

Health Institute Australasia

Level 1, 18 Rawlins Street, Southport 

Course Fee


PREREQUISITE: First Aid training HLTAID011


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