OCEAN BLOOM THAI YOGA MASSAGE
Thai Yoga Massage is a full body experience that is both an art and a science. It is immensely therapeutic to the body, mind, and spirit ”The function of this ancient practice, could be clearly described as “Giving life back to the body.”
Benefits Of Thai Yoga Massage (A complete healing modality)
The joy of receiving
A sense of ease and comfort
A well-aligned body and open chakras,
A more peaceful mind and a relaxed heart
A refreshed spirit A general increase of energy
An opening of the meridians and blocked areas of the body
Relief for pain and muscle tension
Improvement in blood and lymph circulation
An increase in flexibility
Balance for the nervous system
Thai Yoga Massage
Thai Yoga Massage is performed on a mat on the floor. Both client and practitioner are dressed in comfortable clothing allowing, ease of movement and flexibility. No oils or creams are used.
The practitioner uses his or her thumbs, palms, elbows, knees and feet to apply a combination of acupressure, gentle rocking and twisting, joint and spine mobilizations and assisted yoga stretches. With the therapist using bodyweight instead of strength and a steady and meditative rhythm, Thai Yoga Massage looks and feels like a graceful dance between giver and receiver.
If you are feeling rundown, tired or have tight muscles and limited flexibility, then this is a wonderful way to awaken and rejuvenate your body and mind. Ocean’s sessions include massage for healing the emotional body.
If you have never done yoga before but want to start, this is a great introduction for your body to become more open and ready for a yoga practice.
A deluxe 2 hour Thai Yoga Massage
A full body 1.5 hour Thai Yoga Massage
A 1 hour Thai Yoga Massage
Origins of That Yoga Massage:
Traditional Thai Massage has its roots in the Indian systems of Yoga and Ayurveda. It is believed to have been developed by Jivaka Kumar Baccha, the legendary founder of Thai massage. He was a physician to the Sangha, the order of Buddhist monks and nuns, at the time of the Buddha. The Thais call him Doctor Shivago and to this day honor him as “The Father of Medicine”. Around 2000 years ago Thai Massage was brought from India to Thailand along with Buddhism. Since then it has been practiced, developed and handed down through the generations. It was never seen as just massage but as a spiritual practice, and until fairly recently mostly practiced in wats, the Thai Buddhist temples.
A Brief History of Ocean’s Thai Massage Training:
Ocean’s love for Thai Massage began in Vancouver, BC in 2008, where she studied under Gordon Waselnuk, at his Thai Yoga Massage School. Two years later her studies took her to the Sunshine School in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand and to Southern Thailand where she studied under Ralf Marzen, founder of Mudita School of Thai Yoga Massage.
If you are interested in experiencing Ocean’s work, or if you have any questions regarding Thai Yoga Massage, you can contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org