Dynamic Thai Yoga Massage
This course offers a PRACTICAL TRAINING in the Art of Dynamic Thai Yoga Massage in supine, prone, side postition and seated position, techniques of self massage, meditation and yoga as well as fundamental knowledge of the origins and traditions of dynamic thai yoga massage and contraindications of particular techniques.
Dynamic Thai Massage is a vivid meditation in motion, a down to earth dance with the water elements within the body.
We will flow, dance, rock and explore fluidity in our movements as a giver. Rhythm becomes a tool to invite the receiver to fully surrender to movement and gravity. A clear technique and smooth transitions are key to this dynamic style of massage.
The „dynamic way“ of Thai Yoga Massage is deeply inspired by Ajahn Chaiyut Priyasith and re-invented by David Lutt and Krishnataki, blending traditional eastern style with modern osteopathic principles into a sacred dance of metta = loving kindness.
This form holds the potential to inspire and to bring joy, creativity and happiness in your way of giving bodywork.
for the GIVER, Dynamic Thai Massage is an opportunity…
… to improve fluidity, precision and transitions in giving massage,
… to be creative, joyful and happy while working,
… to develop your touch while working on the mechanic, liquid and energetic levels.
for the RECEIVER, Dynamic Thai Massage is a chance…
… to recover mobility and freedom in your musculoskeletal system,
… to improve the circulation of fluids (blood and lymphatic systems),
… to re-establish a good energetic circulation,
… to release the nervous system.
This course is ONLY for students with previous experience in Thai Yoga Massage or other traditions of bodywork on the floor. We highly recommend to have attended at least a 6-day (or longer) thai massage beginner course.
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09:00 – 12:00 Morning Session
13:30 – 17:00 Afternoon Session
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