SWAN Ayurveda Retreat

Our eBooks | Blog | Special Offers | Thai Massage Events & Workshops
Our eBooksCheck out our latest eBook about Genital Detox Massage in Thailand!
Our eBooksFREE eBook: Beyond Appearances - Thailand's face behind the Mask of Happiness
Thai Yoga Massage School Bangkok MettaThai Yoga Massage & Foot Reflexology with Master Kong in Bangkok.

SWAN Ayurveda is a facility in Goa on the campus of SWAN Yoga Retreat where healing is the main focus. The center offers Ayurveda treatments and a 15-days Basic Course in Ayurveda.

Websites
swanayurveda.com
facebook.com/swanayurvedagoa

Countries
India

Places
Goa, North Goa

> Training Services
  • Practitioner Training
> Indian Healing Arts & Ayurveda
  • Indian Foot Massage (Padabhyanga)
  • Indian Full Body Oil Massage (Abhyanga)
  • Indian Hand Massage (Hasta Abhyanga)
  • Indian Head Massage (Champi | Shiro Abhyanga)
  • Indian Powder Massage (Udvartana)
  • Indian Shirodhara Treatment (Forehead Liquid Pouring)
Related Topics
eBook - Studying Thai Massage in ThailandStudying Thai Massage in Thailand
Specifically designed to support and guide you with your choice of studying Thai Massage or other Thai Healing Arts in Thailand. An eBook with plenty of tips, tricks, things to think about, and thorough considerations and deliberations when embarking on learning Thai Massage in the Land of Smiles [ ... ]

Ayurveda Training Courses and Retreats in Goa | India
Ayurveda training course options are widespread and abundantly available in India, and the state of Goa makes no exception. Goa is well-known for its tropical climate, colonial arc [ ... ]

Ayurvedic Yoga Massage Schools and Training Course Events in India
Ayurvedic Yoga Massage (AYM), also called Ayurveda Yoga Massage, is actually not a traditional Indian bodywork modality. Well... it is and it isn't. It's a hybrid, a combina [ ... ]

10 Best Known Centers of Ayurveda Training Courses in Trivandrum | Kerala
Ayurveda is an ancient system of traditional medicine developed in India as early as the year 6,000 BCE. The word Ayurveda comes from the Sanskrit terms ayur (life) and veda (knowle [ ... ]


* Last updated March 28, 2019. Please read our Info Disclaimer section for a complete understanding of this provider detail page. We do our very best to keep our database accurate. Help us by reporting any missing, changed or incorrect information.