Vedic Bodymask (Udhvartana) & Hot Towels (Intro) Seminar

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Vedic Bodymask (Udhvartana) & Hot Towels (Intro) Seminar

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Vedic Bodymask Therapy is called Udvartana in Sanskrit. Using powdered herbs, clay, salt, sugar or herbal paste applied to the body, can help detoxify and rejuvenate the body. In this particular introductory class, we will be using salt and oil. It can be stimulating and exfoliating. The Nadis (nerve flow) in the body flow in the direction of the lymph drainage pathways and nerve plexuses, which activate and nourish the central seven Chakras (energy centers in the body). If a practitioner performs Udvartana properly and is aligned with Prana (life force) and in a healthy physical state, the client’s mental, physical and pranic bodies (subtle energy sheaths) will be cultivated and supported. Udvartana is good for most Ayurvedic constitutions and is usually done before Swedhana (steam therapy) for optimum effects. 


  • Helps the body age gracefully

  • Removes fatigue by strengthen all the bodily tissues (Dhatus)

  • Alleviate offensive smells from the body

  • Relieves feelings of heaviness and inflammation

  • Reduces skin irritations, eating disorders and excessive perspiration disorders

  • Breaks up subcutaneous toxins and cellulite

  • Improves steadiness and stability in the limbs

  • Enhances circulation and a beautiful complexion

*Tuition Does Not Include lodging and transportation. Please do not make airplane or other non-refundable travel reservations until you have spoken over the phone or email to the seminar instructor within 1 month of the seminar to confirm your registration. SAMA is not responsible for refunding travel or lodging costs should a seminar cancel

Additional Info:

7 CE credits approved by the NCBTMB (this includes a required client testimonial for 1 hour) (Provider #155301-00). Most states approve any courses that are NCBTMB approved, but every state has their own set of rules regarding massage. Click on this link to find the rules in your state.

Food & Dining: Bring your own, or join us at one of the nearby restaurants
Master Instructor: Karyn Marie Chabot D.Ay, MS, LMT (Karyn’s Bio)

PLEASE NOTE: The instructor of this class is subject to change. All Sacred Stone instructors are certified, qualified, experienced, skilled, gifted, and approved by Karyn.

What To Bring?

  • Notebook

  • Pen

  • 1 cup of pink Himalayan salt

  • Fresh lime or lemon

  • Small mixing bowl

  • Favorite essential oil

  • 8 oz of sunflower oil

  • Massage linens

  • 2 hand towels

Who Should Attend?

Massage therapists, estheticians, healers, or anyone inspired to learn.

Prerequisites: Passion about the ancient healing sciences

Please note: SAMA is not responsible for traveling expenses should the class be canceled due to inclement weather or if the instructor is sick. We don’t have a list of substitute teachers locally, so if a teacher is sick, class will be rescheduled. Students must make travel plans with this in mind when planning to attend SAMA classes from out town.