Ayurveda Nasya nasal treatment
COURSE DATES TBA
About the course
Nasya is one of the Panchakarmas (5 cleanses) mentioned in Ayurveda. Following a face massage and a facial steam medicated herbs (decocted in oil or as a powder) are administered through the nostrils.
Since the nose is the gateway of the head, this therapy is highly effective in curing a number of diseases pertaining to the head, if it is performed systematically.
The therapy cleanses and opens the channels of the head, thereby improving the process of oxygenation, which has a direct influence on the functioning of brain.
Nasya is beneficial if done on a regular basis, because it keeps the eyes, nose, throat and ears healthy. It also prevents the early graying of hair.
The therapy enhances the activity of sense organs and protects the person from diseases related to the head.
It keeps the brain alert and active.
Diseases Treated Under Nasya Therapy
Diseases of mouth, nose, ear, eye and head
Diseases of the eyelid
Dryness Of The Nose
Hoarseness of voice
Stiffness in the head, neck, teeth and jaw
Toothache and other tooth disorders
Benefits of Nasya Treatment
Kapha Disorders: Sticky eyes, running nose, colds, headaches, sinusitis, Parkinson’s, chronic Rhinitis.
Emotionally it is beneficial for attachment,greed, etc
Vata Disorders: Dry nose, migraine, dryness of voice, anxiety, fear, emptiness, stiffness of the neck, cervical spondylosis, loss of smell.
Pitta Disorders: Conjunctivitis, ringing in the ears & Hair loss. Emotionally it is beneficial for Anger
Who teaches this course?
This course is taught by Doug Hyde. Doug is an Ayurvedic practitioner, teacher and co-founder of Satmya, and Ayurveda Training and Traditional Medicine centre based in Killaloe, Co Clare. Through consultations, corporate seminars, workshops and professional courses he endeavours to make Ayurveda accessible to everyone. Doug loves introducing his students & clients to the transformative power of Ayurveda. He believes that Ayurveda empowers people to manage their health and wellbeing to get the most out of life.
Doug mainly works from his centre in East Clare but travels nationally with his work. He lives on a 3 acre smallholding in the East Clare hills with his wife (Yvette who is a Naturopath) and three children.