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The Magic of Ayurveda Aromatherapy by Farida…

The Magic of Ayurveda Aromatherapy

by iranifarida

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“The Magic of Ayurveda Aromatherapy” has received commending reviews amongst the holistic industry. It is about the author's work and research over the years into the study of rare and unique oils and how they can be used in harmony with universal healing sciences. Recipes are given for skin problems, skin care and other therapeutic problems together with case studies, spiritual affirmations, colour therapy, aura, chakras, Indian clays and much more. In 2004, Farida Irani received the “International Ayurveda Saraswati Award” from the Ayurveda Academy, at the International Ayurveda Conference in Pune, India. This award was given for the work and research accomplished in writing “The Magic of Ayurveda Aromatherapy “.

About the Author:

B Com, Post grad Adv. Dip. Ayur, D Arom, DRT, DRM, D Ref, D Bow
Member of A.T.M.S., I.F.A., A.R.M., B.A.A., A.A.P.A, A.A.M.A

Farida is a qualified Ayurveda Practitioner, a clinical Aromatherapist and Teacher, Bowen Therapy Instructor, a Remedial Therapist and a Reflexologist. She has done her postgraduate studies in Ayurveda ( Ayurveda Nishnata) with world renowned Ayurveda Physician Prof Dr P H Kulkarni (Ex Dean Ayurveda University from Pune, India)

She works in a holistic fashion combining her therapeutic skills together with energy balancing techniques, which enhance the healing process, bringing about a physical, mental, emotional equilibrium as well as a sense of harmony and well being. She has worked for several years with cancer patients, chronic fatigue and stroke patients, giving them the strength to cope with the fears and emotions of the disease, building up their immunity and their subtle spiritual beings.

Farida has pioneered Ayurveda Aromatherapy. Through her research and studies she has combined the ancient sciences of Ayurveda with the science of Aromatherapy and has been successful in reviving the use of essential oils in Ayurveda. Farida is an international speaker/ lecturer and gets invited to several International Conferences in the Natural Therapies and Alternative Health fields.

She conducts workshops and seminars in Ayurveda Aromatherapy including several ancient allied body techniques such as Shirodhara, Shiroabhyang (Authentic Indian Head Massage), Padabhyang (Authentic Indian Foot Massage) and many more. She introduced the concept of Indian Padabhyang (Indian foot technique) in the nineties to the Reflexologists together with the Kasa bowl technique. Many practitioners worldwide have studied with Farida and incorporated these concepts in their practices.

The Australian government has accredited her course “Diploma in Ayurveda Aromatherapy”. This is the first course of its kind. She has developed her own Rare and Unique Ayurveda Aromatherapy Range including Blends for skin / body care and therapeutic use under the name of Subtle Energies. Through Subtle Energies she has created a range of exclusive signature blends for the Spa industry supplying spas globally to countries such as Mauritius, Maldives, India, Australia, Canada, Italy, Switzerland, USA and the UK.
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