Thai Advanced Course

Thai massage, a broad set of techniques that Thai therapists articulate in more or less standard protocols, can be adapted and complements other techniques of quiromassage.

In this course we intend to further develop the maneuvers and stretches of the traditional Thai massage and complement these with different techniques that can be of great help when it comes to providing the Thai masseurs with the knowledge to treat certain muscular-joint injuries. .

The Thai Advance course consists of two modules:

Module 1:

The student will learn an advanced protocol with new stretches and “water” and transit movements, such as the Tau Dee ( foot massage) technique.

Module 2:

The student will receive notions of Thai acupressure, anatomy and isometric techniques to identify and deepen the treatment of injuries or different pathologies that affect the bones, muscles and joints. This will give you the knowledge to, in a more specific and efective way, apply and add to a traditional Thai massage or any other kind of massage.

The course will have a duration of 50 hours (30 contact hours and 20 hours of practice) and a price of 380 euros.
The next course will be held during the following weekends:
March 23 and 24, March 30 and 31, April 6 and 7
Saturdays from 10.00 to 14.00 and on Sundays from 10.00 to 17.00 (with one hour break to agree with the teacher)

The course will be taught by:

Isabel Galvez, Master of Traditional Thai Massage in Chiang Mai, Wat Po and Tau Dee styles. Certified in Thai Foot Reflexology and Thai Oil Massage. Diploma in Lanna advance stretching at the International Thai Massage School. Diploma in Abhyanga Ayurveda Massage. Degree in Superior Chiromassage and Sports Massage. She also has experience with Californian Massage and Japanese Facial Massage Kobi-do

Marzia Merletti, Master of Traditional Thai Massage in Chiang Mai, Wat Po and Tau Dee styles. Trained in Thai Foot Reflexology, Thai Oil Massage and Kobi-do Japanese Facial Massage. Founder of Sanuk massage school and healing center.