This course is focused on learning a therapeutic approach to Thai-Yoga Bodywork. You will learn how to release specific muscles by combining more creativeThai Yoga stretches with Positional Release techniques. These stretches fit perfectly into the 'Foundational Flow' or they can be strung together to create a full one hour Therapeutic Thai treatment. Although, these courses compliment other Yoga Therapy or Thai Massage trainings, no previous experience is required. After completion, all practitioners should be confidant to include these new skills into their healing regimen.
This course is part of my certification program. It is a bit more more challenging then the 'Foundational Flow' course. It is designed for those who are already comfortable with basic massage techniques. You will be working on the ground using your hands, knees, forearms, feet and elbows to apply compression and stretches. All students must be comfortable moving their own bodies on the ground into various positions. Previous study with me is recommended but not required to take this course. Before registering, please watch the sample video below and see if you can imagine yourself being able to apply the techniques. If you are not sure, feel free to contact me.
You will receive detailed handouts with pictures and descriptions to aid in your ongoing practice. There is also video support that you can access before and after the training to help you with your learning process.
This Course is approved by NCBTMB & Yoga Alliance for 12 hours of Continuing Education hours!
You can also choose to take individual days for 6 CE hours.
Each day is from 10:00-5:00pm (with an hour lunch break around 1:00pm)
Sept. 14: Supine & Side Lying Position's
Sept. 15: Prone & Seated Position's
If no video appears below, go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oss102RRNfI
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