FHT (UK / PENDING), FITTM (Italy)
Passive stretches for every part of the client's body in the Supine, Side lying and Prone positions on the massage table.
These stretches are adapted from many diverse modalities including Thai Traditional Massage & Thai Yoga Massage. Although Thai massage is traditionally done on a mat on the floor with the recipient fully clothed, many of the moves, with some changes, can be performed on a massage table.
This type of bodywork is an increasingly popular and requested modality for the work place, corporate and/or industrial settings, health/yoga retreats, health spas, gyms, sports events, and clinical settings. It also complements and can be used in conjunction with a variety of other bodywork modalities.
Therapists will learn how to integrate Thai techniques into their existing practice and how to perform on the massage table with dynamic flowing movements, joint manipulation, rhythmic stretching. Smooth transitions will have you gracefully moving from beside the table to on top of the table to make the most of gravity.
We will explore treatments for low back pain and range-of-motion issues for the neck, shoulders and hips.
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Prerequisite Anatomy & Physiology, Full Body Massage (ITEC, VTCT, BTEC, CIDESCO and CIBTAC or a similar qualification), and a background in Thai and/or Shiatzu, Tuina or similar. This is an advanced module.
A deposit of £50.00 (non-refundable) is required to secure your place, as numbers are limited. The balance is payable on the day of the course.
Minimum age for enrollment is 18.
Course Dates & Fees:
LOCATION: LONDON, UK
TRAINER: Francesca Canzano-Franklin / Achara Chavanakunakorn
Course materials include a detailed folder containing a step-by-step guide to all practical techniques and notes for all theory lectures class.
Shen Mantra runs internationally accredited Thai Yoga Massage Courses and related oriental massage therapies from London.