THAI YOGA BODYWORK
Is an ancient healing art, practiced in Thailand for many milenia. Before modern Western medicine reached Thailand, it was one of four Thai healing methodologies. The Buddhist temples were the healing centers where people came to receive treatments and healing herbs. Thai Yoga Bodywork, combines Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques to remove blockages of the "Sen Sib", the ten channels coursing through the body. It helps improve lymphatic drainage, blood circulation, relieves muscle tension, stimulates the nervous system and realigns the body and restores well-being.
A complete Thai Yoga Bodywork session takes about two hours and the Practicioner can apply more than 151 techniques and work on every part of the body from head to toe. In the Thai Yoga Bodywork certification courses the student will learn the techniques and how to apply pressure to key points on the body. The student will also learn to safely apply assisted yoga poses and stretches. Luk Pra Kob (Thai herbal ball) is a hot compress that can be applied to the body to relieve pain and stress. Learning how to prepare and apply the Thai herbal ball is part of the TMC Level III Certification class.