November 19, 2015
I’m excited to get started here. I ordered the course a little while back and didn’t understand the certification process, sorry, but here I am!
I have no experience in Thai Massage, or any, for that matter, so this is going to be very interesting. I’ve wanted to learn and incorporate it into what I plan to be my own sort of healing and wellness business. I started planning this about two years ago while I was working as a physical therapy aide. I still do that kind of work, privately in home health. I work with people recovering from cancer or with ALS.
I’m going to begin studying sports nutrition in 2016, as well, and I think massage is going to be a very valuable skill to compliment my work.
Hi Kimberly – welcome to our forum. I am glad you figured the certification process out!
By the way, I used to live in Austin, TX, before I moved to Thailand.
Definitely Thai Massage is very compatible with physical therapy. Aside from that it is a very practical and useful and effective system to help people with all kinds of issues. And it is fun to practice.
Did you already start practicing the material or are you just starting it now? Do you have a practice partner lined up already?
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