Thai Massage 101 and Thai Massage Certification

Thai Massage offers students and clients a framework for stretching techniques much like the array of yoga postures and defines a meditative approach to the method drawing from Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Sen Theory provides a trajectory for the acupressure component. The course is constructed in eight sessions to help students fully assimilate the material by providing time for practice each week between the lessons.

Date: Apr 12, 2016 - May 31, 2016
Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Online bookings are not available for this class, please see registration info below.








Reinhold, LMT

Eight Tuesdays:
April 12th-May 28th
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
$375

16 CE hour NCBTMB / NYS-certified

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Thai Massage 101 is an eight-day, 16-hour course that presents the fundamentals of a traditional Thai massage protocol. The course endeavors to offer students a distinct Eastern based massage modality that will provide wider marketing potential to employers and clients.

Thai Massage offers students and clients a framework for stretching techniques much like the array of yoga postures and defines a meditative approach to the method drawing from Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Sen Theory provides a trajectory for the acupressure component. The course is constructed in eight sessions to help students fully assimilate the material by providing time for practice each week between the lessons.

Tai’ Chi instruction is offered at 12pm free of charge to everyone enrolled in the Thai Massage Program on the same day.

Become Certified in Thai Massage:

Thai Massage Certification (12 CEs) consists of eight Thai Clinic sessions ($50 each) to help students fully assimilate the material in preparation for the exam, while also giving extensive exposure to the instructor for guidance and feedback. These clinic sessions take place 12:30-3pm every week after the Thai Massage classes. Students will not only have an opportunity for supervised practice, but also to receive the work themselves. Completing this feedback loop provides a fully proprioceptive understanding to add to the theoretical and practical aspects of the Thai Massage course. In addition to the physical bodywork, the instructor helps students cultivate the spiritual and energetic aspects of the practice, leading to a fuller experience for giver and receiver alike.

Thai Massage Certification requirements:

~ Thai Massage course

~ 8 Thai Clinic sessions (16 hours of supervised practice)

~ Practical exam

~ Written exam

Material for the written exam will be from the Thai Massage course.

For the practical exam, students are required to perform a 90-minute, full-body
Thai Massage session from the materials outlined in the Thai Massage course.

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Reinhold, LMT began his study of Thai massage here in New York, but it quickly became evident to him that he needed to go to the source.
Thai Massage Intro: Swedish Institute, 2008, New York City
Thai Massage Certification: Old Medicine Hospital, 2008, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Teacher Certification: ITM, 2010, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

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