Level 2: 40 hours - Spring 2019
Thai Massage Prone Position April 26 - 28
Dive deeper into the healing art of Thai Massage by learning techniques of prone position. Prone position provides excellent access to the hips and quads, spine and shoulders. Learn effective techniques to release chronic tension around these regions of the body. This weekend includes time for review and also the opportunity to work on friends and community members.
Thai Massage Seated Position May 10 - 12
Focus on techniques of seated position. Seated position provide excellent access to the neck and shoulders. Learn effective techniques to address this region of the body. There is time for review of previous weekends and also the opportunity to work on friends and community members.
Thai Massage Advanced Techniques May 24 - 26
Learn some new tricks and develop sensitivity. In a variety of positions we will learn unique techniques to support greater release. Techniques include rocking and vibration, using feet to save our hands and wrists and developing greater sensitivity and listening skills in order to support our clients healing process.
Weekend times: Fridays 11:00am - 4:00pm, Saturday and Sunday 1:00 - 6:00pm each weekend
Tuition: Level 2 = $1080
Early bird special: Register early and receive a $50 off
Deposit: $300 reserved your space at the early bird price
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Payment for each level must be made in full before the course begins. Space is limited.
Cancellations made within two weeks before the start date will receive a refund minus a $50 administration fee
Once the course begins there are no refunds for a partially attended trainings
Students receive a certificate upon completion of each training. Bodyworkers are eligible to receive 40 CEUs.
|Chris Gordon, CMT, RTT, is registered as an approved instructor with THAI (Thai Healing Alliance International). Chris is registered as an E-RYT 500 Yoga Teacher and is a nationally certified massage therapist and has been teaching Thai Massage and leading workshops for the past ten years. He has taken two extensive trips to Thailand and has over 1000 additional hours of training and coursework. Chris is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education approved provider and by THAI (Thai Healing Alliance International) as an approved instructor. email him at firstname.lastname@example.org|
WHAT IS THAI MASSAGE?
The healing art of Thai massage, traditionally known as Nuad Boran, evolved over 2,000 years ago in present day Thailand and is a system of bodywork combining rhythmic massage compression along the body, acupressure, and energy balancing techniques. The founder of Thai massage is an Ayurvedic doctor named Jivaka Kumar Bhacca, who is revered throughout Thailand as the Father of Medicine for his knowledge of the body and for having treated important people of his time, including the Buddha.
Traditional Thai massage is rooted in the belief that life is sustained by a vital force carried along invisible pathways (sen) running through the body. It is believed that disease and dysfunction come when blockages occur along these pathways. Accordingly, Thai Massage’s intent is to free blocked energy, stimulate the natural flow of life-force, and restore balance. The result of a full-body Thai massage is often a relaxing yet deep mind/body experience, bringing a greater state of physical and mental balance. For the practitioner, a Thai Massage session can be a powerful tool for personal, physical and spiritual maintenance and transformation.