If we would not all have some wonderful moments where we feel we really made a difference, few of us would last long in the healing arts professions. I am pretty sure that everyone who has been into any kind of healing art for a while has some special story to tell, some miracle, big or small to share, some inspiration to write about.
Can you imagine what it would feel like for all of us to have access to lots of such stories here? It would be a tremendous inspiration for all of us. So please share your special moments, your healing miracles, your stories where you made a difference with your yoga, your massage or your healing.
I might eventually compile such stories into an essay or article or other document. So by posting here you agree that I have the right to do that, and that you do not claim any intellectual or financial rights to your posts. If I use your post in any document, I will give you full credit for it, meaning that you and/or your website will get great exposure from it.
I am really looking forward to your stories and posts.
February 24, 2011
My name is Rob Crown. I have been in the Holistic healing arts for over 25 years. I have seen so many miracles through holistic healing that I do not know where to begin. So I will tell a quick story with Thai massage. I have always been very athletic. I was born with flat feet and a curvature of the spine. As you can imagine I lived with back pain. I tried Chiropractic, massage, energy healing, bodywork, shiatsu, rolfing and limitless other modalities of healing. I did get improvement but nothing perfect. To me 80% improvement is not enough. I am only happy with 100%.
After endless years of searching I met a woman who did Thai massage. I booked a session. I could not believe how my body felt after the session. I actually felt like I had a new body. My spine has never felt so straight and my back so open. I ended up studying with her. I then went to Thai massage school. I developed some skill. But I was looking for someone that can actually explain how to do Thai massage in detail. Not just a do as I do.
I found Shama online and his thai massage course was exactly what I was looking for. I am still learning from it. But besides having all kinds of new techniques, the most important thing I learned so far was how to adjust my touch. This changed everything. Also, now I can adjust my sessions to the specific body type. My sessions are actually now always different which is amazing to me.
Thai massage is endless. If you find 20 different thai massage therapists, you will find 20 different styles of doing thai massage. Maybe, 4 out of the 20 will do great work, while the other will do just an average job. Thai massage is a beautiful art form. It can not be learned overnight. It is something that will always be improving. I actually believe it can help people heal their back so they do not need spine surgery. So miracles can happen through thai massage.
welcome to our Thai Massage and healing arts forum. That is a great story that you posted here. So Thai Massage has had a major effect on you and your back pain. Just like you, I have seen many amazing results in Thai Massage and other healing arts forms. Seeing those sometimes miraculous results helps us build a strong conviction that it is possible to help ourselves and others by doing this work.
I always think that what some people call "miracles" is just a way of saying that they don't know how to do it or how it works. Here in Thailand there still are quite a few traditional healers and shamans who can sometimes do amazing healing work. Here is a great example of such a case that will inspire you.
I am looking forward to hearing more from you and your experiences.
Can you think about what it would experience like for all of us to have entry to plenty of such experiences here? It would be a remarkable motivation for all of us. So please discuss your unique times, your treatment amazing things, your experiences where you created a change with your yoga exercises, your rub or your treatment.
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