Marma training by marma specialist Lita DashMarma are points on the body that contain concentrated life force or ‘prana’. Prana is the vibrant electromagnetic energy of nature that moves through channels called ‘nadis’. Specific points on these channels are the marma, 107 in total. It can be compared to a necklace, with the nadis being the string and the marma the pearls.
The word ‘marma’ comes from the Sanskrit word ‘mrung’ or ‘marane’. ‘Marane’ means ‘death’, ‘mrung’ means ‘close to death’. This shows how important the marma are for our health and even our lives: if certain points are injured or hit, it can cause immediate death or death within a few days.
During this training, marma specialist Lita Dash explains more about the background of marma and teaches how to release the blockades in the marma points. After the training, there will be a practical examination after which you will be able to practice marma treatments independently.
Marma training usually takes place twice a year. If you would like to receive more information, please email us: email@example.com
October 4 till 8, 2021 (if possible under covid rules)
Time: 10.00-12.30 / break / 14.00-16.30
Costs: € 950,– (excl. final examination, meals and accommodation costs)
Location: not known yet
If you need overnight stay you can search a B&B or hotel online on a booking site. There are lunchrooms and restaurants nearby; you can also bring your own lunch.
Terms for participation:
– Education: Higher Vocational Level (or equal)
– Personal development (meditation)
Interested? Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The training is in English.
Elements of marma training
• Ayurveda introduction
• Definition of marma
• Marmani, six kinds of marma
• Contra indications of marma
• Practical aspects of marma
Private study of theory
• Skills of therapist
• Protect yourself
• 43 marma points
• What is allowed
• Conditions of therapy room
• After marma treatment
25 patients practice treatment