Introduction to Thai Yoga Massage Course
NZ Yoga Collective
Inside & upstairs at The Fantail House 237 Parnell Road, Parnell, Auckland
18 and 19 of June - Sat and Sun
Saturday - 1030am - 6pm
Sunday - 1030am - 430pm
This two days course is designed to give you the understanding and tools to deliver a balance and powerful Thai Yoga Massage.
Explore the basic fundamentals of TYM working with the whole body.
Thai Yoga Massage Is an ancient technique used to unblock energy stagnation and awaken our inner healer. This is achieved through both pressure on the energy lines (Nadis) and movements of the body and joins based on Yoga Asanas.
It embraces people of all background who feel drawn to it as a transformative practice. Most important, the practice is not just about some exercises; it´s about giving from the heart with compassion.
What to expect from the course:
The workshop will focus on the basic fundamentals that relate to posture, body mechanics and benefits.
These sessions will cover technics and positions that work with the general body.
The therapy does not require any oil or cream and the therapist/recipient will be wearing comfortable clothes. Bring your yoga mat and a smile.
No experience with massage or yoga necessary.
Join this unique intensive course to learn, practice and receive a complete 60 minute Thai Yoga Massage, combining yoga postures, massage, acupressure, energy work and meditation. Ideal for yoga practitioners, massage/beauty therapists, and anyone interested in sharing the power of touch.
In this intensive training program you will learn and apply a full 60 minute Thai Yoga Massage sequence utilizing yoga postures, passive stretching, acupressure, energy work, massage and meditation to assist the client in reducing tension, enhancing flexibility, experiencing deep relaxation and improving overall wellbeing. You will incorporate the fundamentals of effortless, flowing transitions between postures, and learn how to maintain proper body alignment and apply energy balance through Thai Sen lines.
The four foundations of Thai yoga massage (awareness, body mechanics, movement, and massage techniques using hands, knees, feet, and elbows)
Effortless transitions between postures
An introduction to contraindications and safety
An introduction to Manual Therapy and what it means to work with the soft tissues of the human body
Care for the client and therapist before, during, and after the massage
Massage for shoulders, head, back, arms, hands, legs, abdomen, and feet.
Incorporate 45+ new postures to your practice
Understand and apply treatments with Sen Lines