Ralf Marzen, founder and director of Mudita School of Thai Yoga Massage, has been involved in Eastern healing arts and spiritual traditions since the early 90s. He has spent a number of years living in various Asian countries, mainly in Northern Thailand.
Ralf studied Thai Yoga Massage with the late Asokananda, a true master and pioneer in his field. He became one of Asokananda’s main co-teachers. He also studied with Thai masters Chaiyuth Pryasith and Pichet Boonthumme.
Ralf holds a degree in clinical psychology. He is also trained in Somatic Experiencing (SE) and NARM. His large theoretical and practical background in both Eastern and Western psychology and philosophy allows him to draw from many different sources in his work.
Ralf is a Senior Teacher with the Sunshine Network. He is also an accredited instructor with Thai Healing Alliance International (THAI). He has worked as a head instructor and teacher trainer at the Sunshine Massage School in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Ralf’s work has been featured in The Sunday Telegraph, The Guardian, The Daily Mail, Health and Fitness and OM Magazine.
Besides Mudita School of Thai Yoga Massage he also runs StillPoint Meditation and Therapy Centre in Central London.
In his teaching Ralf brings together his passion for meditation, yoga and Thai Yoga Massage as expressions of the one Source in all of us, creating a safe, supportive and encouraging space for participants to learn and grow. He is well known for his precise but relaxed and compassionate teaching style.