Ayurveda College

Our next training begins Saturday 18th August 2018 at Tir Na Nog, Drymen, North Glasgow.  This is session one of three in Ayurvedic traditional Indian Massage.

The two sessions to follow are 1 month apart …. 15th September & 20th October 2018.  On completion of the three practical sessions you will be issued with case studies on 4 clients and for four sessions.  Certification will be awarded after this is completed to a satisfactory standard.

Please contact me for more details.  siobhan@yogaglasgow.com.

Our dates for Indian Head Massage will be running this year on the 11th and 12th May 2018.  These will run as two full day training sessions, with ongoing mentoring where needed through the four case studies required in 2018.

When doing the above courses I like to keep with tradition as much as I possibly can.  The massage courses are authentic traditional Ayurvedic massage routines and are supported by understanding of the Ayurvedic health system.  The fundamental reasons why it is one of the most health giving treatments for developing a stronger, healthier mind and body.  Support notes and training manuals are provided and both courses are fully supported by the CMA (complimentary medical association).  We treat each massage according to the individuals constitution.  We have three Doshas in Ayurveda.  Vata (air and ether), Pitta (fire and water) and Kapha (earth and water).  According to ancient philosophy these Doshas are a combination of the elements present in our system from birth.  They do not change, and can go out of balance if we are not careful, we can keep them in harmony by diet , Yoga and lifestyle choices. This is how we aim to stay disease free in Ayurveda.  Massage is very much a part of these practices in the Ayurvedic healing system and is paramount to our wellbeing and ability to heal and be well in body and mind.


I have studied extensively in India and am currently mid-way through a degree in treating chronic diseases through Yoga Therapy.  I am a lifelong member of the Ayurvedic Institute in London , whom I have studied with and my studies in Indian massage which were originally with Amrita in Pune, India.

Course Fees:

Traditional Abhyanga or Ayurvedic massage £495. Course fee inclusive of all materials and certification.

Indian Head Massage £350.

Both course fees include all case studies, training manuals and certification.  CMA will grant student membership whilst on this course and full membership on completion.

At present Ayurvedic full body course is run at Tir Na Nog health and wellbeing centre near Drymen, north of Glasgow . G63 .

Indian Head Massage course will run at Our World Yoga this year in the west end of Glasgow.  As a more central venue.