Thai Yoga Massage School – Imosha

Namaste, Welcome to our school of Thai Yoga Massage, where you  learn a set of healing methods that have their origins in yoga and acupressure, blending the best of these ancient sciences into one immensely powerful healing system.

What is Thai Yoga Massage / Bodywork ?

Thai Yoga Massage, or Nuat Boran or Ancient Massage as it is known in Thai, is a combination of assisted yoga, acupressure, reflexology and physiotherapy. It involves the systematic massaging, stretching and positioning of the body parts in different yogasanas, that helps in relieving stress, promoting convalescence in case of injuries and certain ailments, as well as general wellness.

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Benefits of Thai Yoga Massage

  • It is a form of assisted yoga along with compression, which helps you progress in your practice of Yoga asanas or weight training or any fitness regime.
  • It incorporates pressure-point stimulating movements that unblock energy flows and re-energise the body
  • It Boosts immune system and Improves blood circulation
  • Increases flexibility in muscles and Increases mobility
  • Increases focus and concentration
  • Relieves stress and anxiety


 

Who should learn Thai Yoga Massage?

From being a healing arts professional, to your own personal spiritual journey, there are many reasons to learn the healing arts, Whether its for professional purpose or improving your contact skills being a yoga teacher, dance teacher or anyone in the fitness industry or just to share with a friend or family Thai Yoga massage accommodates all.

Why learn Thai Yoga Massage at IMOSHA?

Teaching of our school is based on the best practices of the best schools in Thailand along with anatomy, movement and choreographing different sequences for relaxation and therapy.

You also learn Toksen and elements of Japsen in the advanced levels.

How you learn the healing arts!

Learning the healing arts begins with understanding the human body with respect to energy flow and pressure points, and how meditation and yoga affect the energy flow.

We then introduce you to the concepts of each healing art, beginning with Thai Yoga Bodywork, as it is the foundation for understanding and practice of the healing arts.

Each module of the course focuses on each aspect of bodywork, emphasizing on the methodology, for each type of treatment, and subsequently extensive practice of the same. Each course ends with an evaluation of a complete bodywork session of 90 to 120 minutes. Once successful, the trainee undergoes the graduation ceremony and is subsequently certified as competent in performing Thai Yoga Bodywork as per the guidelines and prescription.

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