Learn The Healing Science of Nasya
Clinical Nasya Treatments are the best method of administering medicines in the management of conditions of the head and neck. Learn how to apply them to patients in a clinical setting.
July 27, 2021 - July 28, 2021
The California College of Ayurveda
This 2 day, hands-on advanced ayurvedic therapy course teaches students the art and science of Clinical Nasya, the process of administering medicines into the nasal passages. The clinical process utilizes an extensive treatment that prepares the face and nasal passages to receive the oil. Clinical Nasya Treatments are the best method of administering medicines in the management of conditions of the head and neck. This includes the management of the ears, eyes, nose, throat and brain.
- Pratymasha Nasya (Small amounts of oil)
- Snehana Nasya (Large amounts of oil)
- Pradhamana Nasya (Dry powders)
- Dhuma Nasya (Smoke)
This course is scheduled for July 27, 2021 - July 28, 2021.
Classes begin at 9:00 am and end at 5:00 pm each day.
The California College of Ayurveda
Open to students who have an Ayurvedic Body Therapist certificate and who are enrolled in, or have completed, the Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist Part 2 Internship. Although these courses may be taken before completing Internship, certificates of completion for this course are given only to students who have completed their internship program.
Students receive 16 credit hours of study through the college for completion of this course.
* A $200 non-refundable deposit is required for registration.
How to Register
Call the college at +1-530-478-9100 Extension 000 or toll free (USA only) at +1-866-541-6699.
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