Introduction to Thai Massage

Jan 20, 2023

Jan 22, 2023

3:00 am To 8:00 pm

Sedona, AZ, USA





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Event Description

Introduction to Thai Massage Level 1 Course 20 CEUs through NCBTMB Open to all levels & Non-Massage Therapists $375 per person * limited to 12 participants with a minimum of 3 Held at private residence in Sedona, AZ Dates: January 20-22, 2023, March 3-5, 2023 May 5-7, 2023 July 7-9, 2023 Schedule: Friday | 3-7 pm Saturday & Sunday | 12-8 pm What you will learn: – Foundational moves for a full body routine (supine only) – Sustainable techniques to keep your body safe, present & meditative – How to infuse traditional Thai & modern massage techniques – How to use your whole body as an instrument – How to give using less energy while feeling the pulse of love – How to create community (sangha) around this beautiful, fun art – Knowledge around important anatomical landmarks, safe practice, cautionary areas & contraindications to Thai Massage


Danielle Fink

About the Instructor

About Danielle:

My first introduction to Thai massage was straight from the source, in the motherland & birthplace of 4 Element Theory: Thailand! Little did I know at the time how much that practice influenced my life and how deep the receiving was! 


I was blessed to visit with locals in my late teens and couldn’t wait to go back. Working and living in SE Asia teaching English allowed me to save the money I needed to attend Traditional Thai Massage schooling shortly after getting my massage license back in the USA in 2008. 


I’ve since studied Eastern style massage extensively in the forms of: Reflexology, Shiatsu, ZenThai Shiatsu, Vedic Thai technique, Marma Point Therapy and roll it all into one unique, limitless routine that is my own sustainable version of Thai Massage! I use the practice and techniques of table massage to also influence my moves so that I can work on any body, no matter the size and still feel embodied, strong and clear. 


I teach with embodiment of the individual in mind. We each have different innate gifts and limitations and through my years of teaching massage & yoga am able to recognize and see each individual’s secret sauce! Finding our own embodiment, inside of our bodies, what is true and authentic to self, is the lens in which I teach. 


I also focus on staying stable and centered, moving from your own core, while learning to experience the meditation of giving and receiving in a safe & sustainable way. You will feel rejuvenated, nourished and balanced in both giving and receiving this massage style. 


I love giving & teaching Thai style massage because it is for the purpose of loving kindness towards ourselves & another. I am blessed to have the opportunity to teach and never stop learning, growing and receiving from this practice. It would be an honor to share it with you!


Registration Details

Register online or contact by phone at 928.985.0815

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