Thai Yoga Bodywork Training
Assisted Stretching Protocol
Thai Yoga Bodywork combines elements of massage, yoga, and acupressure. It works to clear blockages in your body by applying a healing touch to the affected pressure points. The technique of massage and stretching releases tension in the limbs and muscles promoting relief from pain and improvement in flexibility. Once these blockages are removed, energy will flow freely in your body. Energy that flows freely will improve ailments and increase your overall physical and mental health.
Thai Yoga Bodywork is an assisted stretching protocol, sometimes called Lazy Man's Yoga. Clients will just rest on their back or on their stomach, while the practitioner uses hands, elbows, and feet to release tension from the body. It is given to a participant who is fully clothed, preferably long pants, long sleeves, and socks.
In addition to learning stretches and massage techniques, we will combine yogic breathing (pranayama or breath work), guided meditation, and various relaxation techniques such as aromatherapy or sound therapy. Your clients will leave feeling stretched and relaxed.
This course is for anyone who:
10 Continuing Education hours available for yoga teachers through Yoga Alliance.
This course is offered using Zoom. We will have 9 hours of LIVESTREAM ZOOM lecture, observation, and discussion. The 10th hour will be practice on another person with a feedback form submitted in order to receive your certificate. There is no time limit on completing the practicum.
All learning materials will be provided.
You will need:
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM all 3 days
$175 Early Bird / $225 after March 23
Enroll now to reserve your spot. If you will not be able to attend any or all of the LIVE ZOOM sessions, they will be recorded so that you can watch and learn as your schedule allows. If you do not have a body to work on during the zoom sessions, don't worry. You can watch and take notes and ask questions so that you'll be ready to practice on a real body when you have one!