3-day introduction course to Thai Yoga Massage
An in-depth introduction and insight to the different facets of the powerful and subtle work of Thai Yoga Massage. This course offers the ideal opportunity to find out and experience what this ancient healing art is all about. Especially if you are considering to do the Level 1 and 2 courses, these three days will provide you with a useful exploration of the various aspects of the training. Or maybe you would just like to learn something new, gain a new skill and be able to give friends and family the special gift of this delicious bodywork. We will have fun exploring:
The focus of these three days will be on how to connect with the different layers of the human being through the power of touch. With playful exercises and partner work we will try to get out of the thinking mind and into our feeling hands.
By the end of the course you will be able to practice a 45-minute sequence, that is is easy and effective, and and at the same time also feels great to receive. Discover how with a relatively short sequence you can already help someone to release body tension, restore their energy balance, establish a sense of grounding and state of deep relaxation. Your friends and family will be forever grateful.
If you are a yoga teacher or bodyworker already, you will also gain some moves you can apply in your existing work, improve your ands-on adjustment and sense of touch.
This three-day course is the perfect way to start your Thai Massage journey.
What is Thai Yoga Massage?
Thai Yoga Massage comes from an ancient Buddhist tradition and is a unique combination of yoga, acupressure, meditation, physiotherapy and energy work. It is a holistic therapy form with the aim to restore the natural energy balance in body and mind.
Thai Massage, with its grounding and deeply relaxing qualities, is the perfect antidote to our modern lifestyle stresses. With the release of holding and blockages, not only the body can regenerate, but the mind also has a chance to quieten down.
Thai Massage promotes general health and well-being. Working to release blockages in the body’s energy system, it can help to improve posture, lower back pain, breathing and flexibility. It helps to dissolve muscular tension and can counteract physical and mental exhaustion, stress symptoms and discomfort. The neurological response makes the organs work more efficiently, so digestion and circulation can improve, blood pressure level can normalise and headaches disappear.
27th-29th July 2018 in Manchester
What previous participants say
"I loved every minute of the Thai Yoga Massage course. It has given me a wonderful new career in a beautiful, beneficial therapy. Kat is a fantastic teacher, patient and thorough. A truly wonderful course which I would recommend to anyone thinking about taking their work in a new direction." ~ Amanda
"Kat's approach is a balanced blend of the physical and energetic. Kat embodies her teaching; she is precise and thorough. The class is very practical and hands on- most of the time is spent either giving or receiving massage. I really appreciated the format of the class as well, as it allows time between each session to practice the new material. I felt transformed after the course, so proud to have learned this new skill that I am able to share with others." ~ Kate
"Feeling so grateful and blessed for having such an amazing and inspiring teacher who took us on this Thai Massage journey :) Thank you!"
"Truly inspiring, thank you!"