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Thai massage without acupressure is not traditional Thai massage. Traditional Thai massage is an ancient form of healing and is based on the four elements of earth, water, wind and fire. The wind moves on the sen lines (energy lines). The wind moves the water (all fluids in the body). The acupressure stimulates the movement of the wind along the sen lines and helps to bring the body into balance.
Learn more in our Thai Massage Classes
Traditional Thai Massage Part 1 |30 CE Hrs
- Jan 16-20, 2012 | Mon-Fri ~ 9am-4pm
- March 19-23, 2012 | Mon-Fri ~ 9am-4pm
- May 14-18, 2012 | Mon-Fri ~ 9am-4pm
- July 23-27, 2012 | Mon-Fri ~ 9am-4pm
- Sept. 24-28, 2012 | Mon-Fri ~ 9am-4pm
- Jan 23 – March 26, 2012 | Mondays Only for 10 Weeks ~ 9am-4pm
You will learn:
- Four classic positions: 1. Supine, 2. Side Lying, 3. Prone, 4. Seated
- The location of the ten most important sen lines (energy lines).
- How to do acupressure
- Proper body mechanics
Traditional Thai Massage Part 2 | 30 CE Hrs
- Oct. 1-5, 2012 | Mon-Fri ~ 9am-4pm
You will learn
- how to combine new Thai massage techniques to make your one hour Thai massage into a one and a half to a two hour massage.
- The part II involves more stretching of the legs and more yogic postures.
- There will also be a review of Part I.
Cost for Workshops:
$450, which includes a $100 non-refundable deposit ($50 refund with two-week cancellation notice)