Introduction To Learning Thai Massage
Welcome back. Here is your 4th free video.
Watch your email for the 5th one tomorrow.
Click on the buttons below to access previous videos.
In this session, you will see a demonstration of several Thai Massage techniques.
They are not in any particular sequence but randomly chosen from hundreds of moves as an example.
This session is meant to give you an idea of what Thai Massage is about, not teach you the techniques in depth.
To really learn it takes months and a lot of knowledge that cannot be taught in a few short videos.
Hopefully this introductory video series will help you decide if you want to study the wonderful art of Thai Massage or take your knowledge about it to a higher level.
If you like the teaching style in these videos, you would enjoy and benefit from learning the complete system of Thai Massage. You can access the training by clicking on the button below:
More than two thousand students from all over the world have successfully completed one, or several, or even all of our 20 online training courses.
In a future video you will find out more about our online training programs. And in the meantime…
…enjoy the fourth module of your free introductory Thai Massage video course.
If you liked the content of this video, please share your thoughts below.
40 thoughts on “Introduction To Learning Thai Massage Module 4”
This is a good design of work,shama. You are elaborate enough and the simplicity and sincerity you use while talking,is a very nice tool to make some of us e.g. me,to be determined to carry on with the work of your hands. Thank you for that and keep it up always in all your endeavors’.
Thanks, I appreciate your positive feedback!
thank a lot for the videos you sent me,greatly appreciated.
I thoroughly enjoyed this video! One of the main things I forgot d reassuring is the fact that you use simple, easy to follow instructions! Thank you so much for all your work!
Thank you, Ivanna!
The figure number 8 seems heavy to do to everybody…and I m tiny…do u choose your techniques depending the ..kind of person you have in fron of you?
This video is great by the way..never saw this techiques!
You are correct, Monica. If you are quite small, and you have a large and heavy client, then you would not do the figure 8 technique. All the techniques which I teach throughout all my courses are not fixed sequences but options to choose from, depending on whom you are working on.
I have a practical question.
how do you do the last stroke whit the shoulder rocking and have your leg blocking the hip without touching male intimate parts?not that you are really touching anything but it s on the way!
There are two ways to accomplish this. One would be to simply put your leg little lower. However if you are short and the client is tall, this will be difficult to do. The other way of doing it is what I show in a facebook post here:
Click Here for Facebook Post
There are even other ways which go a little beyond a short reply.
I am watching again, and your Part 4 presentation is very nice and clear. Thank you, Shama!
I am glad you like it Aldona! 🙂
Unseen & great manipulation.cell memory,emotion new idea for me (course #3)thanks
my favorite is the spinal twist, Monica and you answered my questions, watched 3 time to engrave in my head so when i practice i do it right.
You will see all this in much greater detail in the Complete Thai Massage course which you own already.
You are selling me more and more as this mini course takes place. I am loving your style your passion and the energy. Thankyou so much. Just wondering upon completion of this course if i do the full course, are we able to run mini workshops in a taste or thai massage and maybe promote your course and become affiliated with you. For every course sold a commission is obtained?
Hi Hippie Chick (Yes, I looked at your website!). What you are asking about is an affiliate program. This is something which I have wanted to set up for a while. I don’t have it quite ready yet, but it will be soon. When the affiliate program is functioning, I will send an email out to all our subscribers to let them know that is is available. (And sorry for the late reply – I had missed your message somehow)
Hi Shama, I really appreciate the pain taking effort you took, I like the videos its very nice, very simple language and decencey.
Thanks for this comment, Hary! 🙂
I am very much enjoying all of training . its is very east to follow .
Thank you Lori, I am glad to hear that!
Hi Shama! Love your videos and down-to-earth instruction. I’m looking forward to purchasing courses from you in the near future when finances permit. Thai massage is such a beautiful and serene practice. Thank you for sharing your knowledge!
Hi Michelle, I am happy to hear that you like the videos, and I am looking forward to you joining us in our training programs in the future! 🙂
Thank you for sharing this video. It seems so simple but helpful.
Waw thank u so much sir. Am waiting for z 5th. Thank u. I hope I will c u soon
I am always glad to watch your thai healing massage.
Great! Thanks for that input.
thank you shama, you are fantastic
What a nice comment! Thank you Cristiana. 🙂
Hi Shama, thank you!
That last rocking of the shoulder with one hand going down the back and back looked great, I shall see if I can hitch my lower leg onto the table to stabilise the client…
Looking forward to video 5
Many techniques can be adapted to table work with a little creativity, and many of our students are doing just that.
thank you for the vedios shama .You are doing a geart job by teaching peaple new helpfull things
Wow amazing amazing!!! These videos have certainly broaden the very basic knowledge I had. I look forward to doing the course and introducing it in my personal training program. In my country we have no Thai therapist
So you will be the pioneer for Thai Massage in your country. Which country is this, by the way?
can I get some examples of thai foot reflexology videos
You can find a video with an introduction to Thai Foot Massage And Reflexology training here:
I really enjoyed watching you demonstrate your techniques. I’m wondering, does the complete course earn a certificate when completed?
Hi Lydia, yes, you can get both a display certificate and/or a CE certificate for 30 CEUs (if you are in the US and need to keep your licence active).
You can find more details on this page:
Thank you, Shama. I will be looking into it?
That was not intended to be a question, sorry about that.
These are great tips! I love the figure 8! I’m so excited to utilize these skills to clients in the future. Thank you!