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2/12/17 – Thai Yoga Massage: A Valentine’s Day Special!

Good Clean Fun!!!

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Yoga For Lazy People!
Bring your Sweetie or a Good Pal!
Elyse 2013
with Elyse Briggs, ERYT-500, BCTMB

Sunday, February 12, 2017
1:00 – 4:00pm

TEACHERS:  Earn 3 continuing education units
toward your Yoga Alliance renewal.

YOU WILL LEARN A ONE-HOUR ROUTINE THAT YOU CAN PRACTICE WITH ANYONE IN NEED 
OR JUST BECAUSE ITS FUN!  BOTH GIVER AND RECEIVER GET A GREAT WORKOUT.

NUAD BO-RARN, the Traditional Massage of Thailand, is an ancient form of therapeutic bodywork first practiced over 2500 years ago in Thailand and combines acupressure, yoga, compression and deep stretching techniques utilizing the practitioner’s palms, thumbs, elbows, soles of the feet and knees to release muscles and free joints. Performed on a floor mat, both practitioner and client move
through four traditional positions; front, back, side and seated. Practiced in meditative and dance-like movements, Thai Massage oxygenates the blood, improves circulation, increases joint flexibility,
massages internal organs, reduces stress, increases energy and facilitates mind/body/spirit balance.
It is often referred to as ‘Yoga for lazy people.’ Wear loose comfortable clothing.

Elyse Briggs, ERYT-500, RTT, BCTMB, is a Nationally Certified, Licensed Massage Therapist, a Registered Thai Therapist, Professional member of the AMTA and Bodywork teacher with a private practice in Glendale, CA.  She holds certificates in Medical Technology, Massage Therapy and has received her teaching certificate in Thai Massage from teacher, Chongkol Setthakorn while studying at the institute of Thai Massage in Chiang Mai, Thailand.   She works in close association with gifted Chiropractors, Acupuncturists and Homeopaths and practices many bodywork modalities including Pre and Post Natal massage, Yoga Therapy, Thai Massage, Deep Tissue and Myofascial Release, Stress and Pain Management.

Space is limited
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Workshop Fee: $35 per person
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Reserve your space: 707-636-4297 or email: info@yogaatthevillage.com

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