Classes involve Asana - physical posture work,
Pranayama - control of the breath, and relaxation techniques preparing the body for meditation.
Terms run from between four and seven weeks. Please note that you are paying for your place and not your attendance, to book your place in a class, the full amount must be paid for in advance or on the first day of term.
Thai Yoga Massage Therapy Workshop:
The workshop is designed to give a taste of traditional Thai Yoga Massage Therapy (TYMT) and is an ideal introduction for anyone planning on doing the full diploma course or those just looking for an insight into the art. The day will start with an introduction talk covering the history, background and theoretical foundation of TYMT, followed by a practical demonstration. Students will then learn a full foot massage, some leg stretches, massage on the back and shoulders and some arm and neck stretches. There is an hour lunch break half way through the day.
Thai Yoga Massage Therapy Diploma Course - Practitioner Level:
The course is suitable for:
Yoga teachers, osteopaths, physiotherapists, dancers and sports people, who will find Thai Yoga Massage Therapy invaluable for increasing their hands-on skills.
Alternative therapists who wish to further their studies.
Anyone who simply wishes to learn an effective healing art to practice on friends and family.
Complete beginners thinking of starting a career in body work.
Thai Yoga Massage Therapy Advanced Diploma:
The Advanced Diploma course follows on from the Diploma Course, and is suitable for students who have completed the Diploma Course or an equivalent basic Thai massage course.
This course is made up of 4 modules . You are welcome to attend any of the modules in any order, on their own or all of them as one full course.
Full details available on Paadena website.
Wednesday: 6:45PM - 8:30PM
1-2-1 Classes, enquire for details
Thai Yoga Massage Therapy Introductory Workshops, enquire for details
Thai Yoga Massage Therapy Diploma Course - Practitioner Level, enquire for details