Thai yoga massage training course
Cost:£720 plus exam fee
57 Armour Hill
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Thank you for showing an interest in becoming a Thai massage therapist. You may have some questions as to what it is and what it can do for your client base.
Simply put, the main focus of Thai yoga massage therapy (TYMT) is to improve your flow of energy (Chi, Ki or Prana) throughout your entire body.
It works on both the superficial and deeper fascial layers of muscle, ligaments, joints, connective tissue and in turn, connects with all areas of the inner body, including your nervous, digestive and respiratory systems.
It's calming and healing effects on the subtle body have a positive effect on the on the physical body; it both relieves excess energy and energises. It is used to maintain wellbeing can also help in the reversal of degenerative conditions.
This ancient art has a close relationship with Indian Ayurveda, Yoga, Chinese medicine and Japanese Shiatsu. The continuity in the flow moving through many asana-like sequences (yoga postures), the Sen energy lines similar in theory to the meridian energy lines in Chinese acupuncture, generally tend to follow the natural form of the body rather than the energy paths of the organs.
A beautiful form of body work which is both relaxing and stimulating; whilst integrating mind, body and soul, helping you to feel fully connected & internally peaceful ...
Course dates: Saturdays 9am - 4pm
7th April, 5th May, 2nd June, 30th June
1st September, 29th September, 27th October, 24th November
12th January, 2nd February, 2nd March, 30th March
Then £200 due on the first week of each new term; 7th April, 1st Sept and 12th January.
Maximum of 6 students so you will get a lot of personal attention.
The above dates are some way ahead and there may be a need to change nearer the time, but this will hopefully not be necessary.