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Marma Therapy for Neck and Shoulder Pain: Ansa Marma, Kurpapra Marma and Kshipra Marma

Author : Gurnam Saini  

Posted On : 31 August, 2020

 

Marma Point Stimulation for Neck and Shoulder Pain

 

Marma Therapy has been recognised in Ayurveda for over 5000. There is a reference of 107 marma points mentioned by Ayurveda Acharya  Sushrut.

 

Lets discuss the three Primary Marma points that should be stimulated for Neck and Shoulder related issues.

 

  1. Ansa
  2. Karpura
  3. Kshipra

 

Ansa Marma:

Neck point

Amsa Marma Therapy Ayurveda

 

Location: Total 2 Ansa marma in our body. One on each side of the neck. Two finger away from neck towards shoulder.

 

Self stimutation: Snug the elbow close to chest and press the marma with index and middle finger. Press and release. Do not lift the fingers, just keep them in the position. Repeat this process for 20-25 with breathing process. Press with inhalation and release with exhalation.

 

Duration: Repeat 2-3 times a day. Do not stimulate both side of neck together. Do one marma at a time.

 

Presure: 8 pounds,

 

Direction: Pressure inwards and midline of body towards heart or center of chest.

 

Hasta Kshipra Marma

 

There are total four Kshpra marmas in our body. One is each of the four limbs. The webbing between the index finger and the thumb.

 

Hand Kshipra Marma Therapy Ayurveda

 

 

Self stimulation: Slightly flex the wrist to bring the hand at ease. Make a hook with index finger and place the hook on pulp of palm at the base of thumb and press with thumb on the top of Khispra marma. Stimulate the marma by pressing both top and bottom of the hand.

 

Duration: Press and release 20-25 times. Two to three times a day. Do not over stimulate.

 

Hand Kshipra Marma Therapy Ayurveda Melbourne

 

 

Pressure:  4 pounds.

 

Direction: Towards the thumb, not directly downwards.

 

Kupara: Elbow joint

 

Kurpara Marma Location

 

Draw an imaginary line from the centre of elbow joint. There are two points on Kupara marma, One on the inner side of the elbow and one on the outside the elbow, both 2cm below (towards wrist).

 

Self stimulaiton: Palm facing upward, put elbow at ease by slightly bending.

 

To stimulate outer aspect, put thumb of other hand on the bottom of elbow (on olecranon bony prominence) and use index and middle finger to stimulate the marma.

 

Kupara Marma Ayurvdic Clinic Tennis Elbow

 

To Stimulate the Inner aspect, rest the elbow on the palm of the other hand and press the inner aspect with pulp of the thumb. Press 20-25 times and repeat, 2-3 times day.

 

Kurpara Marma Ayurvedic Clinic Melbourne

 

 

Pressure: 8 pounds.

 

Direction: Press inwards and upwards towards olecranon. Press at inhale and release at exhale.

 

If you wish to enquire further informaiton on Marma Therpay on various health issues or want to book an Ayurvedic Consult with an Marma Therapy specialst Ayurvedic Doctor, please contact us. 

 

 

 

If you wish to consult Ayurveda, you may choose to contact one of our Ayurveda Practitioners Gurnam Saini or Pooja Saini in Melbourne. Both of our Practitioners are Qualified Ayurveda Doctors from India. You may contact us at "Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic".  People who can't reach us personally, may choose for online Ayurveda consultation. 

 

 

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Gurnam Saini has over 15 years’ experience in Ayurvedic naturopathy treatments in Melbourne, Australia. He has completed his bachelor degree in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery from Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, India. He has done MD in Alternative Medicine and certificate courses in Panchakarma Detox, Pulse diagnosis and skin care. He is also a member of the Australasian Association of Ayurveda (AAA). He has won awards for ground-breaking work in Ayurveda globally. Read More

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