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Thai Massage Techniques: Supine and Seated Positions, Egypt

09Mar2018
Cairo, Egypt

Thai Massage in Supine & Seated Positions: - 3 days, 20 hours - March 9-11 - The course offers an opportunity to learn and practice through repetition of key concepts and skills, under close supervision of the instructor. By the end of the workshop, each person will have learned a basic routine of traditional Thai techniques that, when practiced sequentially, can provide a relaxing practice session in supine and seated positions. Many of the techniques may be integrated into table massage and other forms of healing. This is a fun workshop that serves as a review for current Thai therapists, and an introduction for beginners.

At: The Nun Center, March 9-11, Cairo, Egypt

Address: Cairo, Egypt

Cost: to be announced

Nuad Boran (also known as traditional Thai massage) combines Eastern acupressure techniques, Indian Ayurvedic principles, and assisted yoga postures. The overall effect is one of deep relaxation, rejuvenation, and physical and mental stability. Through assisted yoga, the body can be stretched in ways that are difficult through normal exercise and yoga practice. Thai Yoga Therapy is also a spiritual discipline in that it incorporates the Buddhist practices of mindfulness (breath awareness) and loving-kindness (focused compassion).

This workshop is geared toward bodyworkers, alternative healers, yoga practitioners, singles, couples, and anyone who is interested in learning or refining Thai massage techniques. The course is presented over a three day period, allowing each participant an opportunity to learn and practice through repetition of key concepts and skills, and with close supervision of the instructor. Variations of the techniques are practiced in accordance with the relative height and weight of practitioner and client. It is helpful to have some previous experience in massage, physical therapy, yoga or body movement, but it is not required. By the end of the workshop, each person will have learned a basic routine of traditional Thai techniques that, when practiced sequentially, can provide a relaxing practice session in supine and seated positions. Many of the techniques may be integrated into table massage and other forms of healing. This is a fun and challenging workshop that serves as a review and refinement for those who have previously studied Thai massage, and it is an excellent introduction for beginners.

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