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Foundations of Thai Yoga Massage Level II Training in Boston, MA

Foundations of Thai Yoga Massage Level II Training will offer another full sequence of Traditional TYM, expanding on the 'Foundations of Thai Yoga Massage Certification Level I.' In addition to covering content that will enable you to give up to a 2.5-3 hour massage, there will be more focus on body mechanics, breath work, side-lying positions, advanced transitions, and working with different body types and 'challenges.'

Where

369 Mass Ave., Arlington MA, US 02474
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Type of Event

  • Course

Yoga Styles

Levels

When

Mar 28 to
Apr 2
2015
01:00 amto12:00 pm

Exact start and end times may change.

Price

$550

30-hour trainings, tuition per training: $550
$150 deposit required
If you have taken the Level II Training and wish to retake the course, you may do so at the investment of only $250 per training. Space is limited so do apply early if you wish to take a refresher course.

Full Description

Thai Yoga Massage is an ancient healing art that combines the alignment of the breath, yoga asana and mindfulness meditation of Metta (loving compassion) into a flowing dance of continuous rhythmic motion to deliver a soothing and revitalizing experience. TYM is based on an understanding of energy lines and marma points in the body, working with balancing the energetic bodies and freeing & removing any blockages that may present in the physical, mental, emotional bodies. A session of TYM results in restoring a healthy, balanced energetic flow to the recipient. It is a complete therapeutic treatment on its own, and may also be incorporated into other modalities of massage or into yoga classes.

Foundations of Thai Yoga Massage Level II Training will offer another full sequence of Traditional TYM, expanding on the 'Foundations of Thai Yoga Massage Certification Level I.' In addition to covering content that will enable you to give up to a 2.5-3 hour massage, there will be more focus on body mechanics, breath work, side-lying positions, advanced transitions, and working with different body types and 'challenges.'*

To apply for this training one must have completed the 'Foundation of TYM Certification Level I' with Jennifer. Trainees can either apply to take the Level I and Level II training back-to-back. Or, after taking some time to practice the Level I skills, the student must have at least 30 hours of documented practicum of the "Foundation of TYM" sequence. If it has been more than one year between taking the Level I & II trainings, it is recommended that students take a 'refresher course' of the Level I training.