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Thai Yoga Massage for Pregnancy Practitioner Training

Join me for a + 2 day intensive
+ Learn, practice + receive
+ Full 90-minute TYM for Pregnancy
+ Combining yoga & massage
+ Acupressure energy work + meditation.
+ Prerequisite: Level 1 TYM Practitioner Training
+ CEC points awarded for Yoga Australia



Thai Yoga Massage by Dani7451881
Coonowrin St, Battery Hill Sunshine Coast, Qld, AU 4551

Type of Event

  • Teacher Training

Yoga Styles



Nov 11 to
Nov 12
08:00 amto17:00 pm

2 day Intensive Monday to Tuesday, 8-5 daily



Full Description

Thai Yoga Massage for pregnancy is a specially designed sequence for mums-to-be as they experience the mental, physical and emotional demands of pregnancy. Designed with the goal of relieving stress and promoting wellness and balance, this program addresses many common needs affecting pregnant women, including relief from poor sleep, posture imbalance, restless legs, pregnancy related aches and pains, as well as anxiety.

Thai Yoga Massage helps to keep our bodies healthy and balanced not just free from physical pain but also helping our mental and emotional well-being. This 2-day program will prepare you to confidently provide a caring, safe, relaxing and nurturing session for pregnant women.

Course content and outline:
Complete a 90-minute Prenatal Thai Yoga Massage Flow
Understand the unique needs of childbearing women.
Cover contraindications for massage and for specific postures
Address common ailments and discomforts
Using props and tools to adapt and customize your massage
Incorporate compassion, mindfulness and meditation into your massage
Prerequisite: Level 1 TYM Practitioner Training

Study areas:
The four foundations of Thai yoga massage (awareness, body mechanics, movement, and massage techniques using hands, knees, feet, and elbows)
Effortless transitions between postures
An introduction to contraindications and safety
Care for the client and therapist before, during, and after the massage
Massage for shoulders, head, back, arms, hands, legs, abdomen, and feet.