Thai Yoga Massage * Dynamic approach

„Do not stop the movement to find peacefulness,
find peacefulness within the movement“
Chinese proverb

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• △ • Dynamic Thai Massage combine the principles of Traditional Thai Massage with rocking, rhythmic and modern osteopathic principles as oscillatory techniques.

• △ • Just as nature is characterised by seasons and cycles, each person is a living microcosm of rhythmic patterns such as breathing, heartbeats, peristalsis, cell division and hormonal cycles. The sacred dance of Thai Massage is elaborated upon with a range of movement to create fluidity, continuity and release.

• △ • The treatment effectively shifts stagnation in the physical and energetic pathways, including life force energy, circulatory flow, nerve
conduction, spinal mobility, and muscular and fascia structures. Often
injury and deep holding patterns are healed as the mind and body are
lulled into singing a different song.

•. • .•.. •… Rhythm, Continuity, Joy and Happiness …•.. •. .•. •. •..

This is an advanced course, open to all practitioners of Thai Massage,
Shiatsu and other forms of bodywork with fluidity in their practice.

• • • • • • △ • Benefits for • △ • • • • • •

• the Giver

* improving fluidity, precision and transitions in the massage
* creativity, joyful and happiness while working
* developing the touch while working on the mechanic, liquid and
energetic levels

• the Receiver

* recovering mobility and freedom in his/her musculoskeletal system
* improving the fluid circulation (blood and lymphatic systems)
* re-establishing a good energetic circulation
* releasing the nervous system

• • • • • • △ • the Contents • △ • • • • • •

• Therapeutic applications of Dynamic Thai Massage
• Sequences of rhythmic oscillatory rocking techniques to incorporate
into massage
• Methods for developing greater fluidity, continuity and rhythm
• Anatomy applied to dynamic movement

• • • • • • △ • the daily Pulses • △ • • • • • •

8.oo – 9.3o …….. Meditation & Yoga
9.3o – 10.3o …….. Breakfast break
10.30 – 13.30 …. Practice 1
13.30 – 15.oo …. Lunch break
15.oo – 18.oo …. Practice 2

• • • • • • △ • the Teacher • △ • • • • • •

THIERRY Bienfaisant
www.therapythaimassage.com
Founder of The School of Thai Yoga Massage – THERAPY THAI
MASSAGE – and is a recognised international teacher. Thierry offers diverse courses and retreats for all levels of practitioners in Belgium and abroad.

For the last 15 years, Thierry has travelled throughout Thailand, Australia and Europe to deepen his studies. He has trained in Shiatsu and Oriental Medicine, Massage Therapy and among his many teachers are Pichest Boonthumee master of Traditional Thai Massage, Krishnataki, David Lutt co-founder of OsteoThai and Eyal Lederman of oscillatory and harmonic osteopathy.

• • • • • • △ • Price and Registration • △ • • • • • •
490 Euro Early bird with payment before 31. January 2017
550 Euro normal price after this date

Registration through mail.
yogayolaya@gmail.com
www.yolaya.de

Its advisable to have some basic experience in Thai Yoga Massage or other Bodywork forms.

Location:

Iyengar Yoga Haus Freiburg, Katharinenstr. 12, 79104 Freiburg / Germany