Have you ever experienced the bliss that follows receiving a Thai Massage? Have you wished you could share that experience with your loved ones? Maybe you’ve thought about picking up an extra source of income or expanding your current bodywork or yoga career with skilled touch? 2018 could be your year for an incredibly rewarding experience of personal growth.
Wherever you are on your path, Thai Massage training is a great way to accomplish all of those things.
Om Land Yoga is delighted to be able to offer you the opportunity to study with one of the best. Shai Plonski, founder of Still Light Centre in Toronto (international instructor and more locally at Kripalu and Omega Institute) is returning to Bangor, ME March 23 – 25 to share this amazing experience with all who want to experience this compassionate, universal touch therapy.
Thai Massage for Everyone, March 23rd 6:30 – 9:00pm
Thai Massage Foundations 1, Friday, March 23rd, 6:30pm – 9:00pm (optional, but recommended)
Saturday and Sunday, March 24th and 25th, 9:00am – 6:00pm
Not sure what Thai Massage is?
“Thai massage is an accessible, dynamic form of bodywork that uses a blend of techniques to achieve a state of deep relaxation and peaceful release in the body, mind, and spirit. Thai massage is performed fully clothed on top of a cushioned mat or massage table. During a session, a meditative practitioner gracefully guides the recipient through a series of passive, yoga-like stretches, using their hands, forearms, elbows, knees, and feet to compress and palpate the muscles of the body. Throughout the treatment, rhythmic rocking and targeted acupressure are used to replenish energy stores and lull the recipient into a blissful state of relaxation.” – Still Light CentreRegister
Over the past fourteen years Shai has taught Thai Massage at some of the largest yoga centers in the world including the Kripalu Center and Omega Institute. He has authored or co-authored 14 manuals and books on the practice of Thai Massage, trained over 2500 practitioners and 100 teachers in this healing art. As the founder of the Still Light Centre he brings a passionate and calm approach to his teaching that can bring out the Thai master in anyone. He believes that compassionate touch is our birthright.
Learn more at Still Light Centre.