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Thai Massage Tips And Tricks Part 5

Thai Massage tips and tricks - smooth transitions in Thai Massage

Thai Massage education is not meant to be a collection of massage techniques that are strung together. It is more like an artistic dance which gracefully weaves together many techniques.

In order to accomplish this, you need to know not just the techniques themselves, but the transitions which connect them.

Both of these elements are essential and inseparable. However often only the techniques are taught and the transitions are left to the imagination of the massage therapist.

This video bridges this gap by highlighting one of the transitions which I personally use more than any other.

This presentation is an extension of the previous episode which talked about maintaining body contact. In this video of the “Tips And Tricks series” you will learn that Thai Massage transitions are an artistic and elegant way to maintain body contact.

If you would like to watch more episodes of Thai Massage tips and tricks, you can find them here:
Thai Massage Tips And Tricks Video Series

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profile pix 300X300pxThe author, Shama Kern, is the founder and director of Thai Healing Massage Academy and the creator of 20 Thai Massage online training courses. You can reach him at shama@thaihealingmassage.com

10 thoughts on “Thai Massage Tips And Tricks Part 5

  1. Loved this, can see how important this flow is for both the client and the therapist. My inner dancer is engaged and can be activated during this type of massage. This is a fundamental concept that is finally sinking in.
    thanks again

  2. I absolutely agree that the movement is very important in a healthy human being. That is one of the reasons that I love Thai Massage as well.
    Thanks for your tips. I follow them and I hope you could do some videos about how to use effectively the Sen Lines, and how important are those in a treatment. Someone has told me that if we could really manage to work with the lines we could even heal long deep emotional scares.

    Warm hugs and hoping to hear from you

  3. Thank you for these video tips! I will use the transitions shown here and probably develop my own as well. That’s one of my favorite things about Thai massage–playfulness with therapy!

  4. Really nice videos, thanks very much for sharing! I stumbled on you as I’m looking for a portable massage bed in New Zealand. What a headache! Thanks for the advice, much appreciated!

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