Thai Yoga Massage Training

with Steven Bumbry
December 7 & 8
Sat/Sun 10am-6:30pm
Investment: $349
Thai Yoga Massage is an ancient form of therapeutic healing. Born in the temples of Thailand, it has been around for over 2,500 years. It combines acupressure, energy/ meridian balancing, stretching, and gentle yoga asanas (postures) in order to align the energies of the body for optimal health and wellness.
Thai Yoga Massage is based on a yoga tradition that vital energy (prana) flows through a series of channels in the human energy body. It is believed that stress and disease are caused by blockages in that energy flow and the aim of this bodywork is to release those blockages, restore equilibrium and harmony, and promote a return to good health.
This training is open to everyone – no prior bodywork or yoga experience is required. However, if you are a massage therapist and/or yoga teacher, our course is approved by the National Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) and Yoga Alliance to offer Continuing Education Credits (CECs).
– In this training students will learn:
• Thai Yoga Massage Philosophy and History
• Ethics and Spirituality in Thai Yoga Massage
• Introduction to Sen lines
• Basic anatomy of the skeletal, muscular and fascial systems
• Contraindications and Modifications for Special Populations
• Tools, Techniques and Body Alignment
• How to perform a complete 90 — 120 minute Thai Yoga Massage
Additional Information:
This weekend training is eligible for CEU’s through Yoga Alliance as well as NCTMB.
About Steven:
Steve Bumbry is a former Baltimore Oriole turned Massage Therapist and Yoga Teacher. Since retiring from professional baseball in 2014, Steven has accumulated more than 1200 hours of formal education and training which led him to start an all encompassing wellness brand with the help of his wife and former Vail Valley resident, Janice Ingson.
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