THAI YOGA MASSAGE

Thai Yoga massage

Thai Yoga Massage goes beyond the limitations of the mind. Traditionally practiced in Buddhist monasteries, Thai  Yoga massage is regarded above all as a spiritual practice, a meditation in movement, closely connected with the teachings of the Buddha. The masseur practices in a meditative state and develops his sensitivity and compassion to tune into the patient’s needs in order to offer him/her the chance to tap into their own healing journey. Our Basic Trainings are primarily focused on self-healing. Once we acknowledge our own suffering and personal limitations, then we are able hold space for another to discover and work through theirs.

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Basic Courses Include…

Daily meditation, movement Yoga class, chanting

Principles of Thai massage

Understanding and application of the General Principles of Thai Yoga Massage

Yoga posture

Correct posture for minimum effort and maximum result

Learning the basics fo thai massage

Learning to touch with awareness and listen with our hands – developing intuition

A full-body (20hr) massage sequence (each day 5hr focusing on a different mini-sequence, which slowly builds up throughout the 4 days – from the feet to the head)

Smooth transitions for fluidity and grace

All our courses are taught by a main teacher Georgi ( Nekros Ranchev)  with a team of assistants, who offer optional full Thai Yoga massage sessions during the lunch break.
All our courses are certified by Himalaya Yoga & Ayurveda Peeth India, established in 2010 as a way of standardizing the practice and teaching of Thai Yoga massage worldwide.

Thai yoga massage course Contact :

Soon our 20 Hour Basic Thai yoga massage course will be start by our main teacher Georgi ( Nekros Ranchev) Please book your Space

Georgi ( Nekros Ranchev)

Phone : +359 888033265    E-Mail : gogo.ranchev@abv.bg

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