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10/28-11/12/17 – Traditional Thai-Yoga Massage (Nuad Bo-Rarn) 50-Hour Certification Program

Come play with us. Learn the beautiful, ancient art of Thai Massage. An incredibly fun, active adventure.

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TRADITIONAL THAI-YOGA MASSAGE
(Yoga for Lazy People as the Thais’ call it 🙂

50-HOUR CERTIFICATION PROGRAM / or take Individual Modules
with Elyse Briggs, RTT (Registered Thai Therapist), ERYT-500, BCTMB*


Three Weekends:
October 28, 29, November 4, 5, 11, 12, 2017
Saturdays: 10:30am-6:30pm
Sundays: 9:00am-5:00pm


Learn a comprehensive routine to practice safely with those in pain
or folks who just need to limber up)
**You do NOT have to be a therapist or teacher to take this course.**

NUAD BO-RARN, the Traditional Massage of Thailand, is an ancient form of therapeutic bodywork first practiced over 2500 years ago in the nation of Thailand and blends gentle
rocking, rhythmic acupressure and deep assisted stretches to open, exercise and tone all the systems of the body. Thai Massage relaxes, refreshes and revitalizes, both giver and receiver, and facilitates mind/body/spirit balance.  Joints are loosened and opened through manipulation, muscles are stretched, internal organs are toned, vitality is increased and a deep state of relaxation can be achieved. Performed on a floor mat in loose comfortable clothing, both practitioner and client shift through four traditional positions; front, back, side and seated.  Thai Massage is often referred to as ‘Yoga for two’  and practiced in a meditative state.  Please wear loose comfortable clothing.

COURSE SCHEDULE BREAKDOWN:

Module I – Saturday, October 28, 2017
Introduction: History and Theory.  Learn a 30-posture, one hour BASIC routine.  Designed for continuing Thai Massage students or those who just want “a taste of Thai”

Module II – Sunday, October 29, 2017
Practice, History and Theory, 8 Hours – Anterior body.

Module III – Saturday, November 4, 2017
Practice, History and Theory, 8 Hours
Side-lying and Posterior body.

Module IV – Sunday, November 5, 2017
Practice, History and Theory, 8 Hours
Seated positions.

Module V (Sen) – Saturday, November 11, 2017
Excellent for tackling specific problems through Thai bodywork. Modules II, III, and IV are reviewed for greater skill and understanding by the exploration of the Theory of the Sen (Energy Lines).  Hands on practice with specific therapies including procedures for relief of back pain, shoulder and scapula pain, headache, knee pain, numbness in legs and arms will be explored. Prior knowledge of Thai Massage techniques are helpful, but not required.

Modules VI – Sunday, November 12, 2017
Thai Massage Practicum. Full Body Thai Massage Practice and Exam
Fine tune your skills.  There will be opportunity to ask questions, present  concerns and experiment with new postures. Experience several hours of continuous, supervised practice while working out any “kinks” you may have.  This, plus documented homework hours would complete your 50 hour requirement and a certificate of completion will be presented to you upon your fulfillment of all requirements.*

Elyse is *Board Certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, California State Certified (CAMTC) and a registered THAI Therapist. She is a nationally registered teacher of both massage and yoga therapies. Elyse has had the unique opportunity to have traveled, studied and taught extensively in Bangkok and Chiang Mai, Thailand and throughout Mexico.

*TEACHERS/THERAPISTS
Earn 50 continuing education units sanctioned by Yoga Alliance or NCBTMB


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Workshop Fees:
50 Hours: $700
Individual Module(s) I-V:  $120 each
Checks payable to Elyse Briggs

* You must complete 50 hours to receive your certificate of completion. Proof of completion of individual modules also available. If a make up class is required, we will make appropriate arrangements.  We all have busy schedules 🙂

Space is limited
Yoga at the Village, 649 Tupper St., Santa Rosa, CA 95404

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