Thai Massage is often shown as a series of fancy and complex stretches which seem to be best suited for experienced yogis.
However what really counts in your everyday Thai Massage work as a therapist is not the degree of difficulty of the techniques, or the number of fancy stretches you know. What really counts is your quality of touch and your ability to intuitively connect with your client.
It’s your ability to be sensitive and feel with your hands instead of only doing something with them. This is the difference between a mechanical Thai Massage and a true healing arts experience.
This video does not show any Thai Massage techniques. However it does demonstrate how you can take the techniques which you know to a much higher level – how you can become more sensitive, more intuitive, and consequently a much better therapist.
If you are looking for the previous videos in the Thai Massage Tips And Tricks series, you can find them here:
The author, Shama Kern, is the founder and director of Thai Healing Massage Academy. He has been practicing and teaching Thai Massage for 16 years and he is the creator of several other healing arts systems.