Date: Dec 17, 2019
Time: 10:00 am - 2:30 pm
Sen – Sumana: 10am-12pm
Sen – Nantakawat-Kitcha: 12:30-2:30
4 CE hour NCBTMB / NYS-certified
Single Class (am or pm): $50
In Traditional Thai Medicine, it is believed that there are pathways within the being along which our Life Force flows. We experience pain or restrictions whenever the flow is impeded.
The Thai system has presented ten names for the most important Sen (pathways). In getting to know these pathways better, we cover both basic and advanced Sen theory in each class and then get right to our hands-on practice. Our goal is to help restore balance to the person we touch in the most comfortable, efficient and ergonomic ways while still having a deep impact even though we don’t have to work very hard to cause this to happen.
Sumana – Nantakawat – Kitcha
Sumana is a Sen with no pair, relating to every part of the body. All that you are and all that you will ever be. The rest of the SEN are wrapped around Sumana.
Nantakawat and Kitcha: Massage therapists are normally told to not touch their clients in these areas. We will explore ways to bring benefit to our clients in a respectful and non invasive way without avoiding these regions. Our goal is to help restore balance to the person we touch.
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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.
Visit www.thaimassage-nyc.com to learn more about Reinhold’s practice and teaching.
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.