Diploma Course in Thai Massage
"Yoga for Lazy People” A unique form of body therapy that incorporates Hatha Yoga and Acupressure. The work is done fully clothed and no oils are required.
Students learn hands on techniques to relieve tension, fatigue, stimulate circulation, and restore vitality in the entire body through Thai Massage pressure points.
What is Thai Bodywork?
Giving a Treatment
Students learn the concept of initiating “energy” movement through the body. Meridians, main energy lines, pressure points, and various manifestations of the body’s physical, psychological and spiritual balance are all introduced.
Additional emphasis in this massage is placed on deeply focused abdominal work.
The students will be able to perform a complete massage on the front part of the body - feet to face and the back.
Now they are then in a position to learn the more in-depth application of the energetic system.
Deeper sensitivity and awareness combined with new theory and techniques using thumbs, palm, elbows, knees and feet create a dynamic repertoire for application by the student.
The student will learn new positions for working on the side of the body, the back and sitting positions.
Following part two students will be able to do a full body NUAD BO-RARN session using some acupressure points.
You decide when you feel ready to do the exam. Usually 6 to 8 weeks after taking the course so that you have plenty of time to practice. There is a half hour written exam and a 2.5 hour practical exam.
One to One classes also available €1500 + €300 Exam fee.
This program is to suit your own timetable.
8 days spread over two to three months. You choose the hours and days. There are three shifts:
Morning 10am till 2pm
Afternoon 2pm till 6pm
Evening 6pm till 10pm
This course is accredited by Thailand Ministry of Education, approved by Ministry of Public Health and recognized and approved internationally by many professional colleges and associations for continuing education in the regulated healthcare field.
WE use the universal VAK (visual, auditory, kinesthetic) method of teaching. Our students learn through emulation of their teachers’ demonstrations to perform hands-on practice, following their teachers’ movements to ensure correct technique.
We consider practice a very important aspect of learning Thai Massage.
You will receive your Diploma from the prestigious ITM Massage School in Thailand.