Ayurveda Immersion - 3: Marma self massage, stress relief | DruYoga.com



Ayurveda Immersion - 3: Marma self massage, stress relief

7 December, 2020
(Registration open till December 2030)

Marma Self Massage, Stress Relief

Individual Webinar: £25    8 Webinar package: £160  (save £40)

There are 107 marma points in the body, which emerge from the nadis, the subtle energy pathways of the body. These pathways carry our life force ‘prana’.

In this session we will show you how you can use self-massage to ‘switch’ on these marma points and increase your flow of energy and life force.

This helps remove energy blocks, stimulates your digestive fire ‘agni’ and helps to remove toxins ‘ama’.

You will also learn how to stimulate certain marma points that help reduce stress and tension in the body, so you will be able to activate them whenever you need it!


Contents - Text for the video

Immersion Series part 3:  Marma therapy for stress relief


  • Introduction 

  • Demonstrate Marmas on hands/arms

  • General massage on hands & arms followed by Marma massage

  • Demonstrate Marmas on the face

  • Anti-aging massage on face, followed by Marma massage

  • Demonstrate 4 Marmas on the head

  • Short head massage, followed by Marma massage 

  • Short seated Relaxation 

Join Cathy Cummins for this session and enjoy the balancing effect of working with your marma points.


Replays will be available and can be found in your druyoga.com account. Log into druyoga.com and go to My Account - Webinars.

Here's a brief overview of the dates & themes for each of the 8 sessions:


Prices & Booking

Individual Webinars: £25 each

Full Immersion (8 Webinar Package): £160  (save £40!).  To book the full series @ £160 please go to: Full Immersion series

For more information
Email: katharina@druworldwide.com

For DPN Members, this course accrues 12 Personal CPD points for all 8 attended (or 1.5 per session)


Monday, December 7, 2020 - 18:30
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Local government, Devon

Thank you so much to you and Bob and Imogen and of course Keith {Dru Yoga & Ayurveda Cookery workshop}.  I am looking forward to trying some of his recipes from his book.

I thought it was a great course. A lovely combination, especially as Keith related the doshas to different personality and behavioural traits, and that these were linked with the relevant balancing yoga sequence in the afternoon.

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Totnes, Devon

The Dru Ayurveda and Yoga workshop. Great simple demonstration of how to use spices in ayurvedic cooking - delicious results and an inspiring, mouth-watering day.


Dru Ayurveda & Yoga workshop:- A thoroughly enjoyable day, enlightening me to how I can work on my health and happiness with minimal effort - great for a kapha type!

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