April 12, 2017
I’m so looking forward to this course and learning more about the benefits and techniques of Thai Massage.
I have been a Massage Therapist and Yoga instructor since 2002 and am blessed with a wonderful array of clients and students. (Contrary to stereotype, people in small, rural communities benefit from Yoga and bodywork, too.) Many of my clients, I know, will be happy to serve as practice partners.
I have always benefited from the Thai Massage I have received, and after 15 years in a full-time bodywork profession, I know how important it is to continually be learning and changing and growing in my practice. I’m not sure why it’s taken me so long to finally realize that Thai Massage is the perfect next step in growing in my practice — both the massage and Yoga side.
Thank you for making such a comprehensive training accessible to those of us who aren’t close to “live training” options! ~ Jackie
Hi Jackie, welcome to our forum and the Complete Thai Massage course. You are joining a group with many therapists who are massage therapists and/or yoga teachers. This combination of massage and yoga is the ideal background and an excellent reason for learning and incorporating Thai Massage.
This goes for both the massage and the yoga. We have many yoga teachers in here who have incorporated elements of Thai Massage (They generally call it Thai Yoga Massage or Thai Yoga bodywork) into their yoga classes and have reported good success with this.
I am sure you will do the same. Thai Massage is an amazingly flexible, practical, effective and adaptable system which you can either practice all by itself or blend it with other modalities.
I hope to hear more from you and your progress!
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