What is Thai Yoga Massage?
Thai Yoga Massage combines facilitated stretching with diverse tools like elbows and feet, to relieve pain, improve mobility, and create length and spaciousness.
We emphasize body mechanics from yoga to ensure that every technique “feels good to give” and “feels good to receive.”
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Table Thai Yoga Massage
Experience hours of facilitated stretching using diverse tools like elbows and feet.
You will be able to perform a full body Table Thai Yoga Massage or be able to integrate these stretches into any massage session.
Supported by the Earth on the floor, we explore hours of stretching possibilities using diverse tools like elbows and feet.
After class you will have hours of stretching techniques that can be performed as a full body Thai Yoga Massage on the Mat or be able to integrate these stretches into any massage session.
Table Thai Yoga Therapies
Experience Thai stretching and energy line therapies for healing specific areas of the body: Thai Therapies for Low Back and Hip Pain; Thai Therapies for Shoulder, Upper Back, Neck, & Shoulder Pain; and Thai Therapies for Arm, Wrist, Knee, & Foot Pain.
Therapists learn a 90-minute protocol incorporating Traditional Thai techniques and refined draping skills to move client’s through stretching and range of motion with confidence on the table.
Also, we explore Thai oil aromatherapy recipes to inspire, sedate, or balance clients.
Therapists are introduced to Thai meridians, therapy points, and stretches to address the hands, feet, face, and legs with a 90-minute protocol, as well as how to incorporate the wooden Thai Reflexology stick to save therapists’ hands.
Thai Herbal Compress Massage
Using Thai stretches and a heated Thai Herbal Compress to work and open the main Thai energy lines, or “Sen”, we create and experience deep balance and relaxation.
What’s better for me…? Thai Yoga Massage on the Mat OR Table Thai Yoga Massage?
Thai Yoga Massage on the Mat
This form of Thai Massage is perfect for those who like to be on the floor, like yoga and shiatsu practitioners. Working on a mat creates a very grounded and earth-centered session.
Most all Thai Yoga techniques performed on the mat can be modified to be done on a massage table.
Table Thai Yoga Massage
This adaptation of Thai Massage is more appropriate for practitioners who have knee or back pain or are unable to work on the floor.
Body mechanics are generally easier to incorporate on the table compared to the floor, and blends easily with your current massage therapy practice.
Benefits from both forms of Thai Yoga Massage:
- Thai Yoga Massage creates space between the vertebrae, helping to improve postural alignment and balance to the nervous system.
- Thai Yoga Massage encourages the release of synovial fluid, which lubricates the joints and enhances joint mobility.
- Thai Yoga Massage assists lymph flow, which boosts the immune system.
- Thai Yoga Massage aids the circulatory system by distributing blood, oxygen and nutrients throughout the body.
- Thai Yoga Massage alleviates common painful conditions, such as back pain, sciatica, shoulder pain and headaches.