Ancient Thai Massage
Like a dance between giver and receiver, Thai Massage flows rhythmically and is uniquely nurturing as you are brought into a state of deep release and relaxation.
Thai massage has a long history of therapeutic healing. Despite its name, its earliest roots are found in India. The founder of the art was a physician from northern India called Jivaka Kumar Bhacca, a contemporary of historical Buddha (circa 2500B.C.).
Thai Massage combines pressure along the energy lines of the body, manipulation, massage and passive yoga stretches. Fused with breath-work, the rhythmic flow of the massage is nurturing for both receiver and giver and provides a deep level of relaxation and rejuvenation.
Courses in Ancient Thai Massage are for:
- Yoga teachers, therapists and bodyworkers who wish to expand their skill set
- Complete beginners who wish to start their carriers as therapists
- Individuals who wish to learn this healing practice to help family members or friends
- Anyone who is curious and wish to do more for themselves through learing ancient healing techniques
Course Certification :
Courses in Ancient Thai Massage are certified from the ‘Kathmandu Center of Healing’, a registered center in Kathmandu Nepal, stating the period of study, level of participation and degree of attainment following assessment.
The certificate carries the accreditation of the Senior Teacher, Nabin Thapa, who has practiced Ancient Thai Massage since the early 1990s and is the founding member of ‘Kathmandu Center of Healing’ and an associated member of ‘The Foundation of Dr. Shivagakomarpaj’, Thai Traditional Hospital, Chang Mai, Thailand.