Flying Thai Massage: Acro Yoga meets Thai Yoga Massage

07989 478 320 07989 478 320
13th August 2022, 10.00am - 4.45pm
Open to all
£75
Shiatsu and Thai Massage training Scotland, 72 Berkeley Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G3 7DS

Our students have had so much fun on these summertime training days and have requested a flying Thai yoga play date, where we can explore some of the lifting techniques and ‘flying moves’. These are surprisingly easy and safe – using tonic and leverage rather than strength. 

Lucy and Freya will be leading you through a day of fun:

  • pairs Yoga warm-up
  • a few tips for Acro Balance/Acro Yoga Sun Series
  • an afternoon that begins with Yin Yoga
  • leading in to the Acro Moon series and some of the flying techniques from Thai Yoga Massage

You can come along just for fun, or you can really explore how they can integrate into your treatments to wow your more adventurous clients. Usually, Thai massage is about ‘letting go’ but with these moves, the trick is not to let go!

Part of our Summer Saturdays programme. Suitable for nimble Massage Therapists, Yogis, Dancers, and Acrobats.... anyone who enjoys working in pairs and flying.

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Hosted by Lucy Trend

Lucy Trend, director and principal teacher at STMTS, will be delivering this course. Lucy is a shiatsu therapist, specialist in pregnancy and fertility. She is a doula and a trained well mother teacher, also offering post graduate training courses for complementary therapists, midwives, doulas and OBGs, in massage, shiatsu and moxibustion.

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