Thai Yoga massage is an ancient healing technique. It is a unique blend of assisted Yoga with Acupressure and Ayurvedic principles. Thai Yoga massage heals and rejuvenates the body, mind and soul. It is a hands-on process and involves pressing, leaning, rolling, rocking, squeezing and vibration. Thai Yoga massage heals at a spiritual, emotional and physical level.
Thai Yoga massage involves deep stretches and compressions. It comprises systematic massaging, stretching and positioning of the body parts into different Yoga asanas. This form of assisted Yoga helps in relieving stress and promotes convalescence in the case of injuries or certain ailments. Massage also promotes general wellness by stimulating muscle groups and promoting blood circulation.
2. Working on the Sen Lines with Acupressure
There are 72000 Sen or energy lines that course through the human body. When the Sen lines get blocked, energy flow becomes stagnant. This results in the loss of harmony and disrupts the body’s energy balance. Disease and illness are a result of the blockage of Sen lines. Thai Yoga massage works on the Sen lines of the body and clears blocked energy passageways. Pressure-point stimulating movements unblock energy flows and re-energise the body. This restores the body’s energy balance and helps in curing illnesses faster. Thai Yoga massage restores the harmony of energy flow.
Thai Yoga massage is inextricably linked to the ancient healing science of Ayurveda. The influence of Ayurveda aids and accelerates the healing process. The ‘doshas’ or imbalances in the body caused by the different combinations of the five elements (earth, water, fire, wind and ether) are treated through diet, cleansing and fasting.
At its core, Thai massage is a meditative practice. Typically, a Thai Yoga massage session helps the receiver to switch off and disconnect completely from the surroundings. The harmony of the transcendental, meditative state helps ease stress and anxiety. It also heightens the sense of body awareness. Deep relaxation aids in the curing of illnesses and promotes overall wellbeing.
5. Toksen, Japsen, Foot Reflexology
The therapeutic aspects of Thai Yoga Massage such as TOKSEN (working with wooden wedge and mallet on energy lines of the body), JAPSEN, Foot Reflexology etc work upon the pressure points to relieve pains. They deal with the advanced energy lines (SEN) and the ailments associated with the disruption of these lines using the modality of bodywork. Reflexology and other treatments are complementary to medical treatment. They are a holistic approach for well-being.
Discover the benefits of Thai Yoga Massage
Thai massage techniques benefit the most when the receiver is eased from tension and anxiety. The integration of different ancient systems of healing is what sets Thai Yoga massage apart. The unique bodywork allows access to deeper layers of muscles. Through breath control, meditation, diet and body manipulation, tension is released on all levels. Thai Yoga massage promotes holistic healing. It increases the flexibility of the body, boosts the immune system, improves energy and blood circulation and helps in faster convalescence.
What IMOSHA can do for you
IMOSHA is a world-renowned school of Thai Yoga Massage that teaches and imparts the ancient healing arts of Thai Yoga massage, Toksen, Japsen, Guasa, and Singing Bowls among others. IMOSHA is the only school with ISO 9001 2015 certification.
At IMOSHA, we offer a wide range of Thai yoga teacher training courses that will guide you to a better state of being. Our courses include, but are not limited to, Back Pain Relief Therapy, Knee Pain Relief Therapy, Shoulder Pain Relief, Mobility Improvement and Postural Correction.
Traditional Thai Yoga Bodywork in combination with Toksen / Japsen /Amatarot / Guasa and Reiki help relieve your pain, improve your posture and accelerate your healing ability. If you are suffering from injuries or ailments caused due to bad posture or lifestyle, then Imosha is the best place for you to recover and rejuvenate.