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North­ern Thai Mas­sage Part 1 Supine

This ful­ly clothed ther­a­py is per­formed on a floor mat.  The ther­a­pist and the receiv­er should wear com­fort­able, loose fit­ting clothes such as a cot­ton t‑shirt and light sweat pants or yoga pants.  You will be instruct­ed on var­i­ous tech­niques involv­ing the use of your hands, arms, elbows, knees and feet to per­form core lean­ing pres­sure, reflex­ol­o­gy acu­pres­sure, assist­ed pro­gres­sive stretch­ing and some yoga pos­tures and breath work to allow the ener­gy lines (Sen lines and Nadis) to open, flow and bal­ance. This type of mas­sage has often been referred to as “lazy per­son­’s yoga” as the receiv­er expe­ri­ences the ben­e­fits of yoga through assist­ed pos­tures.  This rhyth­mic and med­i­ta­tive ther­a­py allows one to enter into a state of deep relax­ation as well as allow­ing any imbal­ance of ener­gy to flow through and out of the body.  Most of the atten­tion is focused on the legs.  Oth­er areas include feet, abdom­i­nal work, arms & hands, face, neck and shoul­ders.  Ben­e­fits for your client: Increased flex­i­bil­i­ty, increased ener­gy flow and cir­cu­la­tion, relax­ing nerve con­stric­tion, lymph stim­u­la­tion, improve struc­tur­al bal­ance and to facil­i­tate the release of emo­tion­al pain or blocked ener­gy.

This is a 2‑day class from 9 a.m. — 5 p.m.

Each stu­dent will give and receive a Supine Thai Mas­sage as stu­dents prac­tice on one anoth­er.

NCBTMB approved Con­tin­u­ing Edu­ca­tion Hours = 14     

Pre­req­ui­site: Mas­sage Ther­a­pist or Yoga Instruc­tor

To pre-reg­is­ter for a class or sem­i­nar online please fill out the form below. Sub­mit­ting this form does not auto­mat­i­cal­ly enroll you in the seminar/class. Pay­ment must be received to secure spot. Any ques­tions please con­tact us as 262−376−1011.