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About the Interviewee:
Sebastian Lazer, Siddha Marma Specialist from a well-known, traditional Siddha & Ayurveda family, was born and bred in Kerela, India. Sebastian graduated as a Bachelor of Siddha Medicine & Surgery (BSMS) from Kerala University, Thiruvananthapuram.
In his family, he is the second generation to practise according to traditional methods, following in his father’s footsteps. This is the reason his treatment starts with the very traditional Naadi (pulse) analysis.
He practises in his clinic in the picturesque area of Kovalam, in India’s Kerala, with his father, Lazer Charlees, and his wife, Chinju Sebastian.
What are Marma Points?
Marma points are energy points in the body used in Ayurveda for healing. They can be compared to acupuncture points in Chinese Medicine.
The Marma technique can heal many diseases. There are 108 Marma points on the body and these are similar to meridians in acupuncture and acupressure. The pressure applied on Marma points is good in healing bone, muscle, and nerve issues, such as all knee and joint pain, back pain and trapped nerves.
Marma therapy is an ancient Indian practice whose focus is the manipulation of subtle energy (prana) in the body for the purpose of supporting the healing process. Marma therapy is based on the utilization of 108 points in the body which are considered to be access points to body, mind, and consciousness.
What is Siddha Medicine?
Siddha is an ancient system of medicine and healing that origination in South India. The term Siddha comes from Tamil language which means perfection or achievement.
According to popular belief, the Siddha system of medicine is divine in origin. It is believed to have been passed on by the ‘Siddhars’, incarnations of God, to serve humanity. In Siddha, an individual is a microcosm of the universe, who body consists of 5 primordial elements – earth, fire, water, air and space.
Agasthyar (Patron of Siddha)