Applied anatomy musculoskeletal system Upper Limbs and Spine


A course dedicated to the musculoskeletal system mainly focused on anatomical mapping, palpation and application to Thai Yoga Massage.

The practice of Thai Yoga Massage is growing internationally, and more and more practitioners are moving towards professional practice.

Many practitioners will work in spas, clinics and often in collaboration with other health professionals.

It is essential to understand and define the key structures of the musculoskeletal system for a professional practice of Thai Yoga Massage.

The practitioner must adapt “the correct biomechanics” safely for his patient.

Finally, improve communication and collaboration with other professionals in the complementary / alternative health sector.

Moreover, the study of the musculoskeletal system offers the practitioner a field of consciousness of the physical body improving a clear precise touch.

Course integrated into the 200 h Practitioner Thai Yoga Massage Training


Theory: with a pedagogical support a skeleton and a video projector of a 3D program anatomy of the human body.
Observation, palpation and anatomical drawings on the body
Practice: techniques and principles addressed to the structures studied
Broaden your field of anatomical awareness
Clarify your attention
Touch accurately

Following this course

The student will be able to recognize the main structures of the upper limbs and spine (bones, joints, muscles, ligaments) and to feel when applied in Thai Yoga Massage practice.

Biomechanics and functional movement of the:

Spine: lumbar, thoracic, cervicals

Shoulder Girdle

Rotator cuff

Visceral overviewed

Daily rhythm

08.30 – 9.30: Meditation & Yoga

09.00 – 13.00: Practice session

13.00 – 14.30: Lunch & break

14.30 – 17.30: Practice session