Thai Healing Massage
Thai Healing Massage is based on the Asian family of body work which includes Thai Massage (Thailand), Shiatsu (Japan),Tui Na (China), andYoga Therapy (India).
All those systems are based on the concept that there is not only a physical body with bones, muscles, nerves and blood circulation, but also a subtle energy which is the actual support basis for the physical body. This energy is called ‘Lom’ (Thailand), ‘Ki’ (Japan),‘Qi‘ (China), and ‘Prana’ (India).
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There is no English equivalent, but it can be translated as ‘life energy’. This energy runs in channels which are called ‘Sen’ (Thai Massage), ‘Meridian’ (Japanese Shiatsu), or ‘Nadi’ (Indian Yoga).
Western Medicine does not recognize this energy, but healing methods which are based on this energy have been successfully used for literally thousands of years in Thailand, China and India up to the present day to treat and, more importantly, prevent diseases.
There are countless success stories, and the effectiveness of these healing methods is beyond doubt for many millions of people.
The Thai Healing Massage family of bodywork
Thai Healing Massage is the umbrella name for an entire family of advanced bodywork systems which were developed by Shama. They include Complete Thai Massage,Thai Rocking Massage, Magic Touch Secrets, Abdominal Massage,Thai Massage Therapy, and Heavenly Head Massage.
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If you don’t move it, it will deteriorate
The body has a need for movement which is largely stifled in western society with our sedentary habits. If muscles are underused or overused they stiffen and shorten, resulting in restricted movement, tightness and pain.
This then results in restricted joint movement, limited spinal flexibility, a lowered immune system, and ultimately disease. Combined with stressful lifestyles, inadequate breathing and inability to deeply relax, the consequence is a long list of symptoms which plague humanity.
Thai Massage offers a real solution to counteract and reverse those symptoms.
Find out how through one of our online Thai Massage homestudy training courses.
Shama’s therapy courses are very clearly presented and give practitioners lots of tips to expand their repertoire to work with particular problems. A real gem for serious therapists. His customer service is also friendly, efficient and second to none. - Spike Warwick, massage therapist
Thai Healing Massage can produce results in many areas:
- The entire body is put through ranges of motions which sometimes resemble passive yoga postures
- Muscles are being warmed, relaxed, stretched and massaged
- Blockages are opened and energy flows freely again
- Flexibility is being restored through stretching
- Deep relaxation occurs in the body
- Breathing becomes deeper and relaxed
- The body gradually restores its potential range of motion and spinal flexibility
- Muscle tone becomes relaxed, painful tension vanishes, and stiffness disappears
- A deep and profound feeling of well being is experienced
- Life energy circulates naturally again and allows healing on many levels to occur
- The body becomes more resistant to injuries and disease, and energy levels increase
How can Thai Healing Massage help you?
This ancient healing system can benefit you in many ways if
- you need or want to maintain your body in top condition for sports, dancing, or physically demanding work
- you have restricted range of motion, muscle pain, or tightness
- you have overused your muscles and joints by running, dancing, exercise, or physical work
- you have injuries which restrict full and free functioning or motion of your body
- you want to restore your flexibility, vibrant energy and feeling of well being
- you want to improve your ability to relax your body and mind
- you decide to raise your level of health to new levels
If you are interested in learning this system, you can do so through one of our convenient online Thai Massage video training courses.
“Your sessions are a true inspiration. Your presence, attunement to client, and emphasis on the power of gentleness are wonderful to experience.” – Kate Peros
A great convenience factor is that it is done fully dressed, and no oil is used. Therefore it doesn’t require privacy and can be done in the living room on a mat or a folded blanket right on the floor, or in the park or even on the beach.
Complete body sessions should ideally be two hours in length to achieve best results. The therapist moves with the recipient in a gentle, flowing way which almost resembles a beautiful dance.
The tools of the massage therapist are thumbs, hands, elbows, forearms, knees, and feet. Movements consist of stretching, rocking, pressing, massaging, and holding.
I feel fortunate to have viewed Shama Kern’s comprehensive and informative Thai Massage instructional video series. The series is well designed, thorough, and inspiring. The classes are flawlessly presented and elegantly executed.
Ariana Vincent, LMT, MTI, NCTMB, Nationally Certified Massage Therapist & Instructor – Austin, TX www.arianainstitute.com
Thai Healing Massage is much more than one kind of massage. It is a family of related healing systems that work together to create a highly beneficial, therapeutic and effective experience. It is especially suited for specific therapeutic applications on shoulders, hips, legs, neck, or back.
Thai Healing Massage is designed to be enhanced through combining it with other members of this massage system:
Heavenly Head Massage is a truly heavenly way to enter deep relaxation.
Dancing Hands Abdominal Massage works on the internal organs and the energy system of the body.
Thai Rocking Massage takes Thai Massage to an entirely new level.
“I cannot express how excited I am about finding this course, getting started and learning from Shama! Thank you, Shama, for all of your wisdom and willingness to share it with us in this wonderful course.”
Brenda Ross, Yoga instructor and massage therapist