Thai Yoga massage therapy has deep roots in ancient Ayurvedic medicine. It blends Ayurvedic principles, Yoga and massage techniques to create a unique system of healing that is powerful and effective. Considered as an alternative medicine, Thai Yoga massage therapy is both therapeutic as well as a meditative treatment. It combines stretching and body movements to loosen muscles, release tension and eliminate disease by unblocking the body’s energy flow pathways.
Thai Yoga massage therapy classes help practitioners learn how to integrate Yoga, energy healing, acupressure and meditation to relax and invigorate the receivers. By reducing stress and tension, the therapy helps achieve better health through holistic healing.
Thai Yoga Massage Therapy
Thai Yoga massage therapists use their hands, knuckles, elbows and feet through a series of movements that stretches the receiver’s entire body. By applying pressure at precise points, they open and unblock the body’s energy channels or Sen. Thai Yoga massage therapy techniques work to loosen tight fascia and muscles. They help reduce pain, achieve greater concentration, improve circulation and promote relaxation and flexibility. Thai Yoga massage therapy also creates better awareness of the mind and body.
With the increasing demand for alternative medicines, touch therapies and self-care techniques are gaining popularity day by day. They are being seen as paths to achieve overall health and wellness. Thai Yoga massage therapy stands apart as a potent healing form. It is widely regarded as a holistic healing method that has great potential.
A career as a Thai Yoga massage practitioner requires thorough understanding of human anatomy, Thai massage energy principles, acupressure techniques, Ayurvedic and Yoga principles and techniques.
IMOSHA’s Thai Massage Courses
IMOSHA is a world-renowned school of Thai Yoga Massage that teaches the ancient healing arts of Toksen, Japsen, Guasa, Singing Bowls, Reiki and Foot Reflexology. IMOSHA is the only school with ISO 9001 2015 certification. At IMOSHA, we offer Basic and Intermediate Thai Yoga Massage Therapy courses as well as Advanced Level courses. We also offer a Thai Yoga Massage Teacher Training Course.
Basic & Intermediate Thai Yoga Massage
IMOSHA’s Basic & Intermediate courses will enable you to work in supine, side, seated and prone positions. You will be introduced to the concept of energy lines (SEN) and acupressure points. You also learn the body dynamics and their usage to perform high-quality bodywork. On completion of the course, you will be able to deliver 60-120 min of bodywork for relaxation with ease.
Thai Yoga Massage Advanced Level
This course focuses on the therapeutic aspects of Thai Yoga Massage. You will learn the ancient system of massage called TOKSEN (working with wooden wedges and mallet on energy lines of the body) along with the pressure points to relieve back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, knee pain etc. You will learn about the advanced energy lines (SEN) and the ailments associated with the disruption of these lines using yet another modality of bodywork known as JAPSEN. On completion of the course, you will be able to deliver therapeutic 60-120 min of bodywork effortlessly.