Thai Acupressure Therapy / Qigong Training
1 Day Training
Sunday 16 March 2019. (10AM - 7.30PM)
at Te Aro Ashtanga Yoga
234, Level 1, Left Bank, Te Aro, Wellington
Thai Acupressure for orthopedics disorders based on Noam Tyroler's Book
Thai Acupressure based on Noam Tyroler's Book
is based on acupressure protocols composed of line and point formulas. These acupressure protocols are used in most of Thailand’s Hospitals and you can learn how to use them in your practice to effectively treat your clients pain.
You will use series of compressions and presses (deep slow pressure) along specific lines and points following a protocol to bring relief to many common ailments and orthopedic disorders ( Anything that is concerned with muscles, ligaments and joints)
- Thai Yoga Massage
Combine dynamic movements, various massage hands techniques, basics and advanced stretches.
- Basic Osteopathic and Craniosacral (light Touch Therapy) Movement
- Western Theory Base On Anatomy
The most important muscles and learn their actions, attachment and insertions to be able to locate them accurately and treat them more efficiently.
- Qigong of Yangsheng Longevity
Simple movements aligned with the breath. It is designed to improve and restore health, dredge the meridians, remove disease, prolong life.
Martial artist use Qigong as foundation.
At the root Qigong was used as Spiritual practice.
Using the principle of Qigong while giving massage will save you energy, protect your articulations and reduce the tensions of your own body.
10AM to 7.30PM
Booking and Info:
You can attend either a full or half day
Full Day Training Price*:
$150 or $135 Early Bird (Before 25th February)
Half Day Training Price*:
$75 or $ 65$ Early Bird ( Before 25th February)
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Kiam was born in the Caribbean as a result of his parents being fond sailors.
He spent a lot of time in Southeast Asia, starting in Nepal and Thailand where he discovered Vipassana Meditation and Buddhism philosophy. In Chiang Mai, Thailand he enrolled in Thai Massage studies and learned with various teachers including: Noam Tyroler (Thai acupressure), David Lutt (Osteothai), Kam Thye Chow (Hand techniques), Master Pichest Boonthumme.
He studied at the Lahu Village and Sunshine School and continued his journey to offer massage to communities in small villages around Burma and Thailand.
In Australia he fell in love with Qigong, a practice of Traditional Chinese medicine, and practised the Choy Lee Fu System a few years then studied at The Five Immortal Temple in Wudang Mountain China.
Grateful to his teachers, who taught him to work in mindfulness and good intention.