Parma is not a spell, it is recognized as the single Hermetic Breakthrough in the past 450 years. So just based on that, you can understand that it is not exactly straight forward.
And the closest equivalent to a Parma spell is Aegis of the Hearth, which is a Major Breakthrough done by Notatus, the first Primus of the Bonisagus house (after Bonisagus himself none the less). According to RAW, it does not exactly follow the hermetic theory/limit because such a broad application.
I agree with you, there is nothing which says "You cannot cast a Parma spell". There is a good reason for that: there are no guidelines, because it is impossible in the current state of Hermetic theory.
To expand on that, Parma is an effective protection against any supernatural abilities (except divine powers backed up by His Will).
If you look at all the other Vim spell, especially Perdo Vim spell, you will see that to be remotely effective, they need to be rather specific. Compare Wind of Mundane Silence against Unravel the Fabric of (Form) and notice what spell level they can affect. It is also specified that if you want to affect non hermetic spells, you need to design a Perdo Vim specific to a Realm and an ability. Example: PeVi against Infernal Entrancement, or PeVi against Faerie Curse.
And Parma magica is offering you a protection against everything in a neat little package, without even need for casting. Far beyond the scope of a single spell.
I could see ReVi against specific form the same way PeVi exists, but a single ritual... not without a Breakthrough. There is an excellent example of 6 breakthrough related to Parma Magica in HoH: True Lineage, obviously in the Bonisagus chapter. They are called "Fold", each of them presenting an improvement or a variant to the current Parma.
If you feel generous, you might consider allowing MuVi spell to expand the reach or effectiveness of a Parma the same ways there are spells to boost other spells. But it should requires at least some original research and breakthrough. Personnally, I like the uniqueness of Parma and would not even consider than in my saga, but up to you.
You also have to consider the implication of a spell duplicating the Parma effect: why other magical tradition could not emulate something similar ? Infernal with their False Power, Faerie with their Pretense and so on.
Then in this case, the uniqueness of the Parma disappear and the dominion hermetic magi have on all other traditions will disappear too. It might be time for retribution...
If you introduce such drastic element in your saga, it will be a major aspect of it and could be either the doom of the order or the dawn of a broader Order.