Thai Yoga

Thai Yoga

What is Thai Yoga?

Thai Yoga is a deeply relaxing and revitalizing form of yoga/body integration that blends assisted Yoga stretches and the techniques of Traditional Thai Massage. This unique and radical approach to energy balancing creates a blissfully integrated experience.

Results typically include a deep release of blocked energy in body and mind, as well as improved spinal alignment, better physical balance, improved joint mobility and increased flexibility. Clients who receive regular treatments also report enhanced mental clarity, deeper sleep, greater endurance and more enjoyment of sports, work and play.

Thai Yoga is performed with the client comfortably dressed on a special mat on the floor. Typically, the practitioner will use most of his body, including feet, knees, forearms (and hands) to weave together a sophisticated sequence of deeply healing stretches, rhythmic acupressure and gentle rocking moves. Sessions are typically about one hour long.

What are the Benefits of Thai Yoga?

Physical Benefits of Thai Yoga

• Help detoxification of the body and boost immune system 
• Increase blood circulation, lower blood pressure 
• Good for muscle relaxation, increase flexibility in your muscles, increase mobility 
• Improve breathing 
• Improves posture, balance, corrects body alignments and dissolves energy blockages 
• Improves athletic performance 
• Help arthritis and back pain, 
• Help tone the body, strengthen joints and fight diseases, including chronic joint problems 
• Prevents illnesses and alleviates degenerative diseases 
• Slows the aging process

Mental Benefits of Thai Yoga

• Improve your outlook towards life; builds an emotional balance 
• Help with concentration and creativity/ Mind and body concentration 
• Clear and calm your mind 
• Help you gain mental clarity

Psychological effects of Thai Yoga

• Reduce and relieve stress and anxiety 
• Help people boost their inner energy levels 
• Develop discipline and self-control 
• Achieve better health, increases health and vitality. 
• Raise the energy level and stamina 
• Build internal power (and creates a natural confidence) 

What conditions are appropriate for Thai Yoga?

Thai yoga is appropriate for a variety of musculoskeletal concerns, including upper and lower back problems, neck and shoulder concerns, sciatica and hip joint disorders, hamstrings, quadriceps, and lower leg soreness, pain or tension.

What to Expect During your Session

As Thai Yoga does not apply oils or use mechanical devices, it is not necessary to undress during a session. You will be asked to wear loose slacks such as gym pants/slacks and a light, natural fiber T-shirt or blouse, or you may bring the above clothing and change when you arrive.

The practitioner will also request that the client arrive neither too hungry nor too full (ie: if one is hungry, they should eat; if one is full, they should digest). If you are coming immediately after work, it would be appropriate to have a small snack mid-afternoon, or a hour before arriving.

Thai Yoga is performed on a padded mat on the floor.

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