Thai Massage Training - Benefits to Consider
Traditional Thai Massage, by all its different names: Thai Bodywork; Thai Yoga Massage and Thai Yoga Therapy has become widely known and is now sought after by clients and practitioners all around the world.
Today, more people than ever before are pursuing improved health and wellbeing through natural means, seeking modalities that expand their mental, as well as physical levels of awareness.
Mainstream recognition of the benefits of integrating mind and body in a physical practice, has resulted in a profound propulsion and increase in demand for mind-body disciplines such as Yoga and Thai Massage.
What’s new and different for the Wellness Professional is that the technique employed in this Yogic Style of Bodywork allows them to use different parts of their body more sustainably, thereby avoiding the debilitating overuse of the hands and thumbs.
Deon de Wet has been successfully practicing Traditional Thai Massage in the USA and elsewhere, since first discovering and starting to study it in Thailand, in the year 2000.
Through consistent application of advanced training and substantial professional experience, he was able to fine-tune this uniquely effective method of movement therapy.
Firmly grounded in the Northern Thai Villager heritage of healing, and part of the Shivagokomarpaj Lineage, Deon’s style has been adapted to better fit the specific attitudes and needs of a contemporary Western clientele, exploring more beneficial paths to health and wellness.
The deonThai METHOD Training Program has been tried and tested over many years, with literally hundreds of practitioners trained by Deon de Wet now providing services worldwide, facilitating effectual healing for clients, friends and family.
Because you owe it to yourself not to wait any longer to evolve your practice to the next level, attracting new clients and increasing your own physical health and general wellbeing.
Find out how you can help others to feel better, by relieving pain and reducing stress; serving friends and family, while cultivating compassion and generating goodwill in your community.
By studying how to effectively apply this style of Thai Massage, you can increase your knowledge and repertoire of healing techniques and modalities, while earning valuable continuing education credits through NCBTMB, approved by New York State for LMT license renewal.
Learning how to practice effectively, while avoiding injury to your hands, thumbs and arms will enable you to add years of service to your life and help you bridge the gap between healing others and sustaining a healthy personal lifestyle.
“I loved the fact that there was philosophical discussion as well as practical instruction. Deon creates such a safe and open space.”
“Deon is a fantastic teacher. He explains everything so explicitly on a level that is appropriate for all levels! Fabulous workshop!”
“Great workshop. Deon is a great teacher with passion for the material and very clear instruction, and a very well developed system.”
“Thank you so much! This has been a wonderful and life changing experience. Looking forward to taking more of your classes!”
“This workshop was not only a great training, but also very grounding. I left feeling like a better person. Thank you!”
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Just like all styles of Traditional Thai Massage, the deonThai METHOD of Thai Yoga Therapy has ancient roots in Buddhism, Yoga & Ayurveda from India; Traditional Medicine from China; and Shamanism from the indigenous tribes of Thailand.
We offer a 200 hour Certification Training Program consisting of two Foundation and two Intermediate level classes, with additional requirements such as documented and evaluated practice sessions. Continuing Instruction for those already trained, is offered in a series of day-long Target Therapy Intensives.
Deon de Wet first discovered Traditional Thai Massage in the year 2000, on a beach on the island of Koh Samui in Thailand, while on vacation from the corporate management position he held in Los Angeles.
- March 17 @ 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
- March 18 @ 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
- May 4 @ 9:00 am - May 6 @ 6:00 pm