KALARI MARMA POINTS PDF

In this technique, the patient lies down on a reed mat sometimes a wooden cot while the teacher holds on to a rope hanging from the ceiling and massages the person with his feet. It is 6. Sajith, a senior student at the Kalari, wraps up the Kalaripayattu class with the Shanthi mantra and then proceeds to the treatment room. The day at the Kalari Chikitsa clinic has just begun.

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The training of a student to become a master includes the training in Ayurveda and in locating the vital points of the body. A Kalari Guru is not only a trained movement artist but also a professional in Ayurveda, a doctor who treats people of diseases and general ailments. Kalari has developed a traditional orthopedic system which is widely popular all over the states, especially for the setting of displaced bones. There are different types of Oils, pastes, herbs etc are used only by kalari masters to treat muscle and bone injuries.

The first stage of the preparation of a warrior and the artiste is based on oil massage known as Udvarthaizam or Uzhichal. The Ayurvedic tradition of Susrutha says that diseases are afraid of approaching a body which has been foot-massaged, just like animals in the sight of a lion.

Combat situation demands an extremely agile, strong and supple body, which would instantly obey the focused mind. The ancient martial artists warriors used kalari massage to prime their body and sharpen reflexes. In Kalari massage the therapist or the kalari master uses his hand and feet to massage the recipient using medicated oils. The masseur uses nadisuthra kriya to apply pressure with the fingers, thumb or toe at certain points on the body.

These pressure points Marma points are areas where there is a high concentration of Prana. Prana is the energy which gives life for the living organism. Usually an uzhichil course lasts for fourteen days. At the time of massage the student has to follow strict restrictions in his or her daily routines. He should not expose to the sun for a long time should take only the prescribed food and should follow strict celibacy. Sukha thirummu: This system of massage relieves the body from aches and muscular pains and also provides physical relaxation and rejuvenation.

It gives flexibility and suppleness to the body. This form of massage is combined with different yoga postures. Raksha thirummu : This massage is for healing. Different ailments require specific massage techniques, which the masseur selects keeping the individual's condition in mind. The speed, force, number of stroke, the type of herbal oil used and the system of massage will vary depending on the patient's physical strength, age and ailment.

Massage helps the body to attain a healthy constitution as well as flexibility, nimbleness and suppleness. Moreover, massage can improve mental alertness and attention span by reducing tension and calming the mind.

Kalari massage can keep one disease free and in a state of positive health. Marmas are certain vital points of the body. A marma point is a juncture on the body where two or more types of tissue meet, such as muscles, veins, ligaments, bones or joints and 'where the Prana is present'. There are total Marma points in the body in which 64 are considered as kulamarma deadly points. These points could be used to heel or to harm. If these points are pierced hard, it could result in trauma or even death.

A kalari masseur uses the Marma points to heal. The mind is considered as the th marma. The other marma points are classified for better understanding according to the physical components:. Kalari Gurukulam offers regular courses for students between 7 to 60 years of age.

The training schedules are flexible to meet the busy city lifestyle. Kalari Gurukulam conducts workshops from time to time and interested individuals can make use of these opportunities to learn the basics of Kalaripayattu. Performance events for Kalaripayattu are regularly held by the Kalari Gurukulam to build awareness amongst the general public as well as the aspiring youth, to encourage the young and inculcate Kalaripayattu into their lifestyle and thus gain the power of concentration and combat stress from the day-to-day activities in a healthy way.

People interested in learning at Kalari Gurukulam for a prolonged time period can stay at the Gurukulam as resident students. For those interested in learning Kalaripayattu as a resident, residential facilities are available at the Gurukulam. Details can be obtained by contacting the Gurukulam..

Every year Kalari Gurukulam conducts summer camps for kids between years of age. These summer camps range from two to three weeks during the summer holidays to encourage the budding enthusiasts to learn the ropes of Kalaripayattu as well as to explore the various aspects of the martial art form. The intense training programme is designed to inculcate Sadhana Practice , Anubhava Experience , and Pradashan Performance in Kalaripayattu.

Kalari Gurukulam publishes books and recorded material for the interested Kalari enthusiasts. It also encourages research in the area of Indian martial art forms. Home Gallery Contact us Press release. Kalaripayattu Training Kalari Gurukulam offers regular courses for students between 7 to 60 years of age. Workshops Kalari Gurukulam conducts workshops from time to time and interested individuals can make use of these opportunities to learn the basics of Kalaripayattu.

Performance Performance events for Kalaripayattu are regularly held by the Kalari Gurukulam to build awareness amongst the general public as well as the aspiring youth, to encourage the young and inculcate Kalaripayattu into their lifestyle and thus gain the power of concentration and combat stress from the day-to-day activities in a healthy way.

Residential Program People interested in learning at Kalari Gurukulam for a prolonged time period can stay at the Gurukulam as resident students. Summer Camps Every year Kalari Gurukulam conducts summer camps for kids between years of age. Publications Kalari Gurukulam publishes books and recorded material for the interested Kalari enthusiasts.

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Kalari Marma Chikitsa- Ayurvedic center keeps ancient healing technique alive

Kalaripayattu also known simply as Kalari, is an Indian martial art and fighting style that originated in modern-day Kerala. It is believed to be the oldest surviving martial art in India. It is also considered to be among the oldest martial arts still in existence, with its origin in the martial arts timeline dating back to at least the 3rd century BCE. Kalaripayattu is also mentioned in the Vadakkan Pattukal ballads written about the Chekavar from the Malabar region of Kerala. Like most other Indian martial arts , Kalaripayattu draws heavily from Hinduism , and is based on Hindu medicinal concepts found in Ayurveda. Practitioners of Kalaripayattu possess intricate knowledge of pressure points on the human body and healing techniques that incorporate the knowledge of Ayurveda and Yoga.

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TRADITIONAL KALARI TREATMENT

The training of a student to become a master includes the training in Ayurveda and in locating the vital points of the body. A Kalari Guru is not only a trained movement artist but also a professional in Ayurveda, a doctor who treats people of diseases and general ailments. Kalari has developed a traditional orthopedic system which is widely popular all over the states, especially for the setting of displaced bones. There are different types of Oils, pastes, herbs etc are used only by kalari masters to treat muscle and bone injuries. The first stage of the preparation of a warrior and the artiste is based on oil massage known as Udvarthaizam or Uzhichal.

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