Thai Yoga Massage – The Sacred Dance

 Metta       Karuna      Mudita       Uppeka 

A spiritual practice with a meditative attitude.

In essence Thai Yoga Massage can be regarded as a spiritual practice with solid roots in Buddhism. Until the 20th century Thai Yoga Massage, also known as Nuad Boraen or Traditional Thai Massage, was practised by monks and nuns in Thai Buddhist temples. The origins of Thai Yoga Massage date back to the 3rd century B.C. with Dr Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha as its revered founder, a doctor from northern India who was a contempory of Buddha and personal physician to the Magadha King Bimbisara.

For both the giver and receiver, Thai Yoga Massage is a sacred dance. The treatment engages a state of meditation where deep stretches inspired by yoga asanas are rhythmically applied along with pressure on sen lines, the energy meridians of the body. Healing occurs in a state of attentiveness, equanimity, compassion and shared happiness, where tensions are released and the free flow of energy resumes. The numerous benefits include improved posture, joint mobility, circulation, detoxification, toning of the internal organs, a sense of freedom and inner peace.

Introduction to Thai Yoga Massage

This course is aimed at people who wish to take the first steps on a journey of discovery into the world of Thai Yoga Massage.

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Thai Yoga Massage Beginner 1

Learn a 2-hour massage sequence . This course is open to complete beginners, repeat learners and advanced students, as well as bodyworkers from other therapy disciplines.

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Thai Yoga Massage – Beginner 2

This level 2 is a continuation in depth into your journey of the sacred dance of Thai Yoga Massage.

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Therapeutic Application

This course is offering guidelines and specific tools to support the practitioner in his practice.

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Advanced Sitting & Side Position

Specifically for pregnant women, younger and elderly, heavy poeple and lower back pain.

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Dynamic Thai Massage

Dynamic Thai Massage is a therapeutic approach to the body where you cultivate fluency, flow and continuity as natural cycles that empower treatment. The training is open to all practitioners of Thai Massage, Shiatsu and other forms of bodywork.

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