Panchakarma Completion Course

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Learn The Art of Administering Nasya and Enema Treatments

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Marma massage training

Course Overview

During this 21-hour program, students will learn to administer two of the most important panchakarma therapies; nasya and enema. Students will work in group of two giving and receiving these therapies.

Curriculum

  • Application of Nasya therapy
  • Application of rectal Basti (enema)
  • Discussion of the day-to-day practice of Pancha Karma

Instructor

Ragaia Belovarac and CCA Faculty

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Student Testimonials

Informative and Inspiring

This program was not only incredibly informative but very inspiring. The instructors were amazing.

Jean Munoz

Wonderful Gift

This is a wonderful gift.

Ramaia Collins

Inspiring and Motivating

The level of knowledge that the instructors have is inspiring and motivating.

Jaime Lefcovich

Profound Experience

It was quite a profound experience both for learning and healing.

Zsuzsana Rossetter

Confidence

This experience has given me the confidence to start giving PK therapies.

Doug O’Brien

Excellent Instructors

I loved it!!! The instructors are excellent, professional and beautiful people.

Gwen Eby

Additional Information

Course Times: Classes begin at 9:00am and end at 6:00pm each day. There is a flexible 2 hour break for lunch each day. While lunch is usually from 12:00 – 2:00, times may vary according to the flow of the workshop.

Travel: Students flying out following the last day of class should consider that the Sacramento International Airport is 90 minutes by car from the campus and that it is recommended to arrive at least 90 minutes before your flight. Students must be present for the entire program and should not plan to leave early for the airport.

Prerequisites

This advanced program is only open to students who have completed the Ayurvedic Massage & Bliss Therapy Course and who are enrolled in, or have completed, the Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist 1 (CAS1) program.

Required Materials

All course materials are provided.

Course Credit

Students receive 21 credit hours of study through the college for completion of this course.

Course Fee

$750*

* A $225 non-refundable deposit is required for registration. Required books or materials, if noted above, are extra.

Refund Policy

The deposit for workshops & short courses is non-refundable. The Final Balance is due 14 days before the class start date. A student may choose to transfer his/her registration to another class for a fee of $150.00 if done prior to the final balance due date. The ONLY exception to this rule is a documented medical condition. Rarely, for reasons beyond CCA’s control, a short course must be cancelled. If you are registered for a short course that the College cancels, you will receive a full refund of any fees paid. While all efforts will be made to avoid cancellations, the College will accept no liability for student losses that occur beyond deposit or tuition actually paid to the College (e.g., non-refundable airfare, time lost from work, equipment expenses).

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