Therapeutic Thai Massage Training
Ancient, energy healing
Thai yoga massage therapy is used as a holistic way to restore
equilibrium in the body. Thai bodywork (aka Traditional Thai
massage, nuad boran, lazy man's yoga) focuses on pressure
points situated among ten energy lines across the body. It creates
a powerful release of stress and tension, an increase in vitality and
well-being and it deepens the connection between mind, body and
spirit in both the giver and receiver. This Thai Massage Training
course teaches a classic, 60 to 90-minute traditional Thai massage
routine, history, and yoga foundations. The principles of alignment,
safety and good practitioner body mechanics will be taught.
Advanced training includes the use of Thai herbal therapy,
Ayurveda, hands-free training, advanced postures and massage
We offer several Thai yoga training options from basic to
Thai Massage Yoga Certification and Training Overview
This is the basic introductory to Thai Yoga Massage. No
experience is required. At the end of the course, the student can
perform a complete 60-90 minute Thai massage routine, including
supine, prone, side lying, and seated positions. A basic certificate
of completion is issued. The course is 40 hours + 20 hours of
practical training. This course is available as home study.
This training includes additional hands on training, theory,
advanced therapeutic practice and principles of Ayurveda. An
advanced certificate of completion is issued and students will be
prepared to perform a full 180- minute session. This course is
comprised of 80 hours of training and 40 hours of practical
This training includes the use of Thai herbal therapy, hands-free
training, table modifications and clinical applications. A
professional certificate of completion is issued.
This is the highest level of professional training. Coursework
• 120 Hour Anatomy I and II
• 60 Hour Pathology
• 180 Hour Thai Massage I, II and III
• 60 Hour Business and Ethics
• 60 Hour Ayurveda, Marma Therapy and Face Massage
• 80 Hour Practicum
• 60 Hour Intro to Western Massage
• 8 Hour CPR
Basic Thai Massage Yoga Therapy Training Level
I (60 hours):
Thai Yoga Massage Advanced Training Level II
Thai Massage Yoga Therapist (650 hours):
Thai Massage Yoga Therapy Advanced Training
Level II (180 hours):
Thai Massage Yoga Therapy Links
- Thai Healing Alliance: Thai Healing Alliance International
(THAI) is a non-partisan network of professionals who study
and practice nuad boran
- Tao Mountain: informational resource center for students,
teachers, and practitioners of Thai massage, Thai herbs,
and other forms of Traditional Thai Medicine.
- Thai Yoga Massage Training School in Thailand:
Located in Chiang Mai, accredited by the Ministry of
Education providing Traditional Thai Massage Training.
Accredited by Ministry of Education, Thailand
- Thai Massage School of Thailand: Located in Chiang
Mai and winner of the Thailand Royal Award for best
- International Training Massage School: Located in
Chiang Mai and accredited by the Ministry of Education.
- Sunshine Massage School: Located in Chiang Mai and
teaches Asokananda’s teachings.
- Thai Massage Old Medical Hospital: Founded over 40
years ago, over 7000 have received training from this
- The School of Massage for Health: Located in Chiang
Mai, offers Nuad Borad training in the Northern lineage.
- Feel First: A Thai massage school offering a 3-week
course in traditional Thai massage in Chiang Mai.
- Loi Kroh Massage: Located in Chiang Mai. Specializes in
one-on-one student teaching and small classes in Thai
massage therapy training.
- Sunshine Network: Located in the Lahi village in
Thailand, promotes the teaching and training of: Traditional
Thai Yoga Massage, Yoga, Keralite Foot Massage, Thai
Chi, and Vipassana Meditation.
- Shivago Association of Traditional Thai Massage and
Herbal Medicine: A charitable fund supported by
instructors, practitioners, and schools of traditional
Southeast Asian medicine.
- Lek Chaiya Nerve Touch Thai Massage
Asian Bodywork or Asian Body Therapy encompasses
traditional healing techniques from Thailand, China, India, and
Indonesia Japan. These techniques focus on the balance of
energy in the body through the use of pressure points, passive
stretching, reflexology, and relaxation techniques.
Thai Massage Training Video Introduction
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