What is Thai Yoga Bodywork?
Thai Yoga Bodywork is a clothes-on, one-on-one series of assisted yoga postures, along with applied pressure along the body’s energy (sen) lines. By balancing the body’s need for movement and stretching it can help the client reach an ideal combination of strength and flexibility, and improve overall physical and mental well being. Using knowledge and intuition, combined with precise balance and weight, the practitioner choreographs movements with energy, fluidity, balance, rhythm, breath and touch. This is an ancient and powerful healing therapy, originating over 2500 years ago, and is still a respected healing practice today.
Thai Yoga Bodywork can be helpful with:
Flexibility, Energy level, Boosting the immune system, Neck, back and sacral issues, Increased blood and lymph circulation, Release of toxins from areas of accumulations, Toning of internal organs, Stress and anxiety reduction, Pain relief, Insomnia, Range of motion, Fascial stretching, Restless Leg Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Depression, Multiple Sclerosis (early stages), Headaches and migraines, PMS, Infertility, Pregnancy, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Connective tissue diseases, Disease prevention, and General well being
Shanell’s Thai Yoga Bodywork Journey
“My first experience with Thai Yoga Bodywork was a few months after the passing of my younger brother. My body ached from grief and I needed some relief. A friend suggested Thai Yoga Bodywork might help me feel better, and I went to my first 90-minute session. I experienced a variety of emotions and physical sensations: anxiety, because it was my first experience; a little pain, because my body was so tight; a few tears, as I felt a tremendous emotional release; and laughter, as I lay in the air on my back completely supported from underneath by my therapist’s knees and feet. It was an amazing experience and my friend was right, I felt a lot better!
Since then I’ve had several more Thai Yoga Bodywork sessions. Each practitioner offered something different and each session left me feeling blissed out! I trained at the The Lotus Palm School after learning that its founder and master teacher, Kam Tye Chow was at the same ashram where I lived during my 200-hour yoga training. He truly believes in the healing power of Thai Yoga Bodywork and embodies the Buddhist precept of Metta, or loving compassion. I studied one-on-one with this amazing teacher, and I know my life will never be the same.”
For more information, or to schedule a Thai Yoga Bodywork session, please contact Shanell at 469-952-9642 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.