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  • Monday Oct 10 2016 from 10:00 am until 11:15 am
  • Monday Oct 10 2016 from 05:30 pm until 06:45 pm
  • Tuesday Oct 11 2016 from 10:00 am until 11:15 am
  • Tuesday Oct 11 2016 from 04:00 pm until 05:15 pm
  • Wednesday Oct 12 2016 from 10:00 am until 11:15 am
  • Wednesday Oct 12 2016 from 04:00 pm until 05:15 pm
  • Thursday Oct 13 2016 from 10:00 am until 11:15 am
  • Thursday Oct 13 2016 from 05:30 pm until 06:45 pm
  • Thursday Oct 13 2016 from 07:00 pm until 08:15 pm
  • Friday Oct 14 2016 from 10:00 am until 11:15 am
  • Friday Oct 14 2016 from 05:30 pm until 06:45 pm
  • Friday Oct 14 2016 from 07:00 pm until 08:15 pm
  • Art of Living Lebanon, Furn El Shebbak, Lebanon
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Marma Therapy ~ Free Sessions
By appointment

MARMA is similar to acupressure, where we touch or stimulate energy centers to release any blocks for deep rest and relaxation that will bring a better energy flow to the body.
The Marma technique is potentially the most restorative of the Ayurvedic treatments as it harmonizes the body’s built-in energy network.

BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT
01 281-005
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Learn about Ayurveda, a complete ancient holistic health system that balances body and mind. Get introduced to one of the most powerful treatments offered by specialised Ayurveda practitioner Angela Hanna.

MARMA is similar to acupressure, where we touch or stimulate energy centers to release any blocks for deep rest and relaxation that will bring a better energy flow to the body.
The Marma technique is potentially the most restorative of the Ayurvedic treatments as it harmonizes the body’s built-in energy network.

The ancient definition of marma points, handed down to us through the centuries, is specifically “the various points in the body where the subtle life energy becomes matter, where thoughts transfer into the physical”. They are junction points in the body, fundamental built-in electrical switches. In fact any sore point on the surface of the body is a blocked marma.
The marma points link to the subtle channels called nadis (similar to meridians in the Chinese system of medicine). Just as in the physical body the passage ways become blocked by toxins, so too the tiniest of mental stresses will cloud or obstruct these subtle points, reducing the flow of energy.
Gentle pressure on the marmas releases the blocks and allows prana, or life energy to flow to the connecting organs or tissues giving them a new lease of life.

SRI SRI AYURVEDA is a world class organization founded by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, with the global vision of bringing the best of Ayurveda to the world. This is being achieved by organizing workshops, seminars and trainings, developing high quality Ayurvedic supplements and herbal remedies, personal care products, ancient and rare Ayurvedic treatments, medical camps, awareness programs and herbal garden cultivation.

BOOK YOUR MARMA APPOINTMENT
01 281-005
Or at: https://marmalebanon.youcanbook.me/

The ancient definition of marma points, handed down to us through the centuries, is specifically “the various points in the body where the subtle life energy becomes matter, where thoughts transfer into the physical”. They are junction points in the body, fundamental built-in electrical switches. In fact any sore point on the surface of the body is a blocked marma.
The marma points link to the subtle channels called nadis (similar to meridians in the Chinese system of medicine). Just as in the physical body the passage ways become blocked by toxins, so too the tiniest of mental stresses will cloud or obstruct these subtle points, reducing the flow of energy.
Gentle pressure on the marmas releases the blocks and allows prana, or life energy to flow to the connecting organs or tissues giving them a new lease of life.

SRI SRI AYURVEDA is a world class organization founded by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, with the global vision of bringing the best of Ayurveda to the world. This is being achieved by organizing workshops, seminars and trainings, developing high quality Ayurvedic supplements and herbal remedies, personal care products, ancient and rare Ayurvedic treatments, medical camps, awareness programs and herbal garden cultivation.


When scheduling your treatment, it's best not to have any other events or appointments afterwards, so that your body can rest and absorb the benefits.

Women that are menstruating should wait until after the initial two days of their cycle to schedule an appointment.

Avoid drug and alcohol use 1-2 days before your scheduled treatment.

Appointment time: 1 hour 15 minutes

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