Thai Massage Workshop
8 October 2016 @ 10:00 - 17:00
Organised by : Elaine Jones
In this workshop we will be learning and using Thai massage stretches, adjustments and techniques. This workshop is a must for Teachers, students and anyone involved in body work.
In this workshop we will be learning and using Thai massage stretches, adjustments and techniques. This workshop is a must for Teachers, students and anyone involved in body work. You will learn important skills and gain confidence with lots of hands-on practise amongst your peers. You will be guided through the day with clear explanation and demonstration with plenty of opportunity to ask questions
As a teacher
It will give you new adjustment techniques and skills, add to your knowledge of body work and the flow of energy in the subtle body. It will enhance your personal practise and therefore will be an important aid to you as a teacher and your ongoing evolution as a student.
As a yoga practitioner
You will practise and experience the benefits of skilled adjustments, the results will be an immediate loosening and increased flexibility. Your personal yoga practise will evolve opening the door to a deeper understanding of yoga and your self.
Traditional Ancient Thai massage is a unique form of Bodywork that incorporates Hatha Yoga, acupressure and reflexology with origins dating back about 2500 years. The roots of Thai massage are traced back to the founder of the practice (known as “Father Doctor”) Shivaga Komarpaj, a doctor, friend and contemporary to the Buddha.
Discounted rate for Teacher training students: £25