A Powerful Natural Therapy To Heal From Within

Varmakalai is an alternative therapy to cure diseases without drugs and surgeries. It branches from Siddha Therapy, which evolved a few thousands of years ago in India. Varmakalai literally translates to ‘art of vital points’. It is a traditional art of healing originated in Tamil Nadu, India.

Our body houses 350 therapeutic varma points that can be stimulated, for a whole healing process. This unique Varmakalai therapy did not gain popularity due to its secretive nature. To change this and provide healing to everyone around the globe, Abhayamudra is introducing a dedicated varma healing therapy. This program is to educate on promoting self-defence mechanism by their internal body.

At Abhaya Mudra, clientele is healed based on their health status and illness condition utilizing the art of triggering vital points in the body.

With our expertise, discomfort of the clients can be healed and taken care.

Varmakalai Therapy at Abhaya Mudra has gained recognition for the following ailments.

  • Better quality of life
  • Reduce or discontinue medicines
  • Less use of nitroglycerine
  • Long term benefits
  • Ability to get back to active lifestyle

Did you know?

Life begins with Varmakalai. Did you know that every life begins with Varmatap. Every infant once born is tapped on the spine and a crying baby is the indication of a healthy baby. By tapping the infant’s spine the nadis are stimulated and these nadis help protect the body. Even with zero awareness we have adapted to Varmakalai as part of our lives.

What Ailments does Varmakalai Treat?

Without the help of medication, Varmakalai successfully treats various diseases that stuns medical practitioners around the globe. Some of the ailments that could be treated with Varmakalai include:

  • Asthma
  • Arthritis
  • Bowel and gastrointestinal diseases
  • Cardiovascular diseases
  • Diabetes
  • High BP/Low BP
  • Kidney disorders
  • Liver and gallbladder diseases
  • Neurological problems, Infertility, pregnancy related therapies
  • All forms of mind disorders and insomnia
  • Specialty vertigo/ dizziness therapies
  • Therapy of skin diseases, Epilepsy specialty therapies, spine problems
  • Bleeding disorders, facial palsy, and many more

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Who can

Utilize Varmakalai ?

Utmost complex conditions such as autism, vamacology therapy has proven beneficiary. Every person can take advantage of Varmakalai therapy. Right from children with minor challenges to old people with chronic ailments can utilise Varmakalai therapies. Varmakalai therapy methods result in rejuvenating and revitalizing guests.

Side Effects of


Varmakalai has rarely reported any side effects and even the ones surfaced are negligible and reversible. With this therapy, good health of mind, body, and soul is assured.

Benefits of Varmakalai

The study of Varmakalai and Varma Vaidhiya, crafted by Siddhars as a science, helps in treating guests with paralysis, joint pains, arthritis, spondylitis, epilepsy, etc. The benefits also include permanent lifestyle changes that improve, physical, mental and spiritual health.

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History of Varmakalai

Folklore traces varma kalai to the god Shiva who is claimed to possess taught it to his son Murugan. While disguised as an old man, Murugan passed the knowledge of 108 Varmams to the sage Agastya who then recorded it and disseminated the skill among his students. Siddha medicine is additionally attributed to Agastya.[6] With numerous other scattered references to Varmam in Vedic and epic sources, it's certain that Tamil Nadu's early fighters knew and practiced attacking and defending Vital Points.

Knowledge of the body's vital points in India wasn't just confined to humans but also elephants. Known as nila, learning these points on an elephant's body was and remains necessary for mahouts. Prodding particular nila with a stick elicits various responses like bringing the animal in restraint or making them kneel. Warriors would learn to attack certain nila on opposing war-elephants during battle, which could either kill or frighten the animals. The national museums of Sri Lanka have documented a minimum of 86 nila and their functions.