Category Archives: teachers
This week, I had the pleasure of visiting Mac at his new school. Situated on the outskirts of East Chiang Mai, the school is in a traditional walled complex which also contains Mac’s house, a student guesthouse with its own kitchen, … Continue reading
This is such a tranquil video! Here is Ralf Marzen in Khao Sok national park demonstrating a beautiful sequence from his advanced workshops. Ralf teaches in London, Amsterdam and Thailand, check out his website for more details.
Here is a beautiful video by Thierry demonstrating the Osteo Thaï style of Thai Massage. Thierry has just opened up a school in Belgium where you can study with him – check it out at http://www.therapythaimassage.com
And let’s not forget the Osteo Thaï College in the South of France where David Lutt runs courses http://www.osteothai.com/index.php?lang=en
Fluid, beautiful and effective Thai Massage.
I was surfing the web the other day and I came across this great Thai Massage blog by Nephyr, founder and director of the Naga Centre in Portland, Oregon. She has a beautiful self reflective and deep perspective on the … Continue reading
Here is Master Jack showing his powerful hip opening techniques to a group of Japanese students. First he opens up the shortened hip flexors with some stretching. Then he works around the sacrum and illium to open up the external … Continue reading
Ajahn Pichest often talks about weight, it is one of his essential teachings. In a nutshell, you should not use any “pressure” as this will cause tension not only in your client’s body, as the tension causes them to unconsciously protect … Continue reading
Namo tassa bhagavato arahato samma sambuddhasa (3x) Hommage to the blessed One, the Worthy One, the Perfectly Self-awakened One Om Namo Shivago Silasa A-hang/Karuniko Sapasatanang O-satha/Tippamantang Paphaso Suriya-jantang/Gomarapato Pagasesi Vantami/Pandito Sumethaso Aloka Sumana-homi (3x) Hommage to our founder, the … Continue reading
Dating back more than 2,500 years, Thai healing is rich in the traditions of the East. The history of this folk science is vague, but the legendary founder of the art is believed to have been a doctor from northern … Continue reading