You will leave this one-day class with a whole new service to add to your menu as well as 15 & 30 minute add-ons. Thai Foot massage is a simple yet powerful way of applying reflexology. You do not need to be an expert in reflexology to perform this modality AND you won’t wear out your thumbs because there is no thumb walking!
Jill Burynski is an internationally recognized teacher of Thai Massage and 2018 inductee to the World Massage Hall of Fame. She has taken seven journeys to Thailand since 2003 and has studied at the Old Medicine Hospital, ITM, & with Pichest Boonthume in Chiang Mai, Thailand. She founded Living Sabai in 2009 which offers Thai Massage CEs, certification, and Thailand Study Abroad opportunities. Jill resides in Asheville, NC where she also owns Town Mountain Massage Therapy.
Amaze your clients with Thai Massage. Learn how to incorporate Thai Massage into your table sessions. This class is great for those interested in practicing Thai but cannot or don’t want to practice in the traditional floor style or for those that want an introduction to Thai Massage. Read more…
Learn how to give an herbal poultice massage to enhance your massage sessions. You do not have to currently practice Thai Massage to take this class as we will learn how to integrate the herbal poultice into any other massage treatment. Read more…
Thai massage works the relaxing effects of massage, the stretching of yoga, and the spiritual wellness of energy work into one session. The modality is more physically dynamic than a typical massage. Sessions are performed on a floor mat with the client fully clothed. The practitioner helps the client through yoga-based, assisted stretches while pressing on energy and pressure points along the body. Because of it’s similarity to yoga, some people refer to Thai massage as “Thai yoga massage” as well.
Along with teaching the modality as a whole, Thai massage training can teach you how to improve your flow with better sequencing, incorporate the classic Thai herbal balls or start using your bare feet as tools. You can also learn how to adapt Thai techniques for table massage or work with special circumstances like pregnancy and disabilities.
With streets lined with oak trees and a thriving tech-savvy culture, Raleigh is one of North Carolina's most nature-friendly and affordable cities. It regularly makes lists of America's best places to live, and a recent boom in small businesses has ushered a flood of unique art houses, craft breweries and revived textile boutiques into the college town.
Rapid growth and a constant stream of students bound for Georgia Tech and Duke University has not taken away Raleigh's provincial charm. It's easy to find restaurants touting Carolina pit barbecue made from family recipes just blocks from the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. Raleigh also has a strong healthcare industry and includes medically-oriented massage schools and massage training provided at community colleges.