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Advanced Practice: Thai Herbs, Balms & Compresses, Chapel Hill, NC

02Nov2019

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Sat/Sun Nov 2-3, 2019 $179.00 - This workshop introduces advanced techniques for using luk pra kob (herbal compresses) in traditional Thai massage. We will also learn to prepare bath infusions and we'll make our own home-made herbal balms with oils, beeswax and natural essences. There will be plenty of time to give and receive each day. You should have previous experience with herbal compresses in order to participate.

At: Apsara Studio

Cost: $179.00 (Deposit $50.00 per person)

Saturday and Sunday, Nov 2 & 3, 2019   student manual and materials included - $179.00

This workshop introduces advanced techniques for using luk pra kob (herbal compresses) in traditional Thai massage, and all participants make and use herbal poultices, balms and infusions. You should have previous experience with herbal compresses in order to participate.

During the class we will combining herbs for clients with special needs and learn and practice advanced techniques in applying compresses. We will practice warming entire sen lines before working them, and how to use intuition when working with compresses. We'll practice effective handling of the steamer during a session, using cold compresses for sprains and hematomas, and refining ergonomic and breathing patterns during practice. We will also learn to prepare bath infusions and we'll make our own home-made herbal balms with oils, beeswax and natural essences.

There will be plenty of time to give and receive each day. Techniques are studied and practiced, but the workshop is also experiential, allowing all participants to refine and customize their herbal compress skills through on-site practice and teacher supervision.

 

A deposit of $50.00 is required to hold your place, and the balance is payable on the first day of class.

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