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Structure of our Primary Thai Massage Training

Energy Lines Chart
Energy Lines Chart

Daily Description of the Beginner’s Course

Day 1

General background

History and theory of traditional Thai massage (Nuad Boran); foot massage and loosening exercises; application of pressure points; ankle stretches.


Day 2

Feet & single leg stretches

Application of yoga based stretches on one leg at a time; blood stops to the legs (aiding in circulation and blood cleansing); practice.


Day 3

Double leg stretches

Simultaneous stretches on both legs, and practice of what has been learned.


Day 4

Stomach, Chest and Arms

Traditional Thai techniques for these parts of the body, including points on the abdomen and chest, and a blood stop to the arms; practice.


Day 5

Side Position

Working on the 3rd outside energy line of the legs; kidney toning stretches, and two types of spinal twist; practice.


Day 6

Back of Body, lying on stomach

Traditional techniques for the back; walking on the feet; pressure points along the two main energy lines of the back; more leg stretches and cobra stretch; practice.


Day 7

Sitting Position

Traditional techniques and stretches for the shoulders and neck, and another spinal twist; practice.


Day 8

Face and head

Traditional techniques for the face, including some basic therapeutic pressure points to treat various problems; practice.


Day 9

An opportunity to practice a whole massage under supervision

Following the massage the student will receive detailed feedback from the course teacher with advice, precautions, and recommendations for future practice.


Day 10

Theory day. Review of the 10 main energy lines (sen lines)

Their names, locations, and therapeutic qualities. Comparison of Thai massage with Chinese concepts of acupressure, shiatsu, and the philosophy of the Indian prana system. A sequence of techniques and therapeutic pressure points to treat and relieve headache, knee pain, and lower back pain will be taught.


Course material is available in many languages.

For all classes the teaching language is English. The course material can also be in French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Polish, Czech, Thai.

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