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Marmas, the vital points or the subtle energy centres of the body are considered as the storehouses of life-breath pranic energy. Therefore any thrust or unusual throbbing on these vital centers can cause serious health problems. Similarly stimulating or massaging the marma points give benefits to the area of their locations and improves the function of the connecting organs.

There are 72,000 energy-flowing meridians (Nadis) in the human body which are connected to seven energy centers or chakras. By the activation of Chakras (wheels) and Marmmas, dormant Nadis can be stimulated to channelize more energy through the body. In the process of stimulating and enhancing the Nadis, Prana can also be harmonized. The knowledge and application of marma have their roots in Ayurveda and ancient martial art form called Kalari.

Therefore marma therapy can be used as a part of rejuvenation and detoxification therapy as it helps to balance doshas and promote energy. In the healing process, marma therapy can be a part of Panchakarma Treatment. It can be used as a preventive measure as it is an important tool in Ayurvedic treatment for preventing and treating the imbalance of the body.

Kalari Marma Treatment is a practical manual therapy using specialized massage techniques with Kalari herbal oil. Herbal potalis (marma kizhi) and marma applications are also used to enhance the treatment. Kalari Marma Treatment is a form of massage in the Kalari. Originating in Kerala in South India, Kalari Chikitsa is an ancient system of musculoskeletal treatments developed to benefit the warriors of Kalaripayattu. Kalari Marma Treatment was traditionally used by the Kalaripayattu warriors to treat and prevent their training and combat-related injuries. It was also used to treat the conditions that affected their ability to perform martial art. The techniques that were used to treat the ancient warriors help a wider range of people today. Kalari Marma Treatment is a highly effective form of treatment for injuries, chronic pain, and movement dysfunctions.

Recommended For: All sports injuries including martial arts, dance, and Yoga Musculoskeletal injuries and imbalances Acute and chronic pain Muscle and joint pain and stiffness Back, neck, shoulder, and knee pain Frozen shoulder Sciatica Arthritis Plantar fasciitis Repetitive strain injuries