Pregnancy Thai massage course with yoga-like postures, stretches, and acupressure points.
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The Pregnancy Thai Yoga Massage Course is for Yoga Teachers, Massagists, Therapists, Spas, Hotels, Doulas, Midwives, nurses, and Shiatsu practitioners.
Learn How to do a Thai Yoga Massage to help relieve and relieve back pain, anxiety, and morning sickness. More about insomnia, dizziness, exhaustion, fatigue, and stress relief.
The focus is on the Supine position (back), side, and sitting position from levels 1 & 2. In addition, techniques for a foot massage and acupressure points. Learn The Right Pressure For Pregnant Women And what to avoid.
Pregnancy Thai Massage Course techniques
Yoga like postures, stretches, rotations, mobilization, tractions, acupressure points, foot massage is included. In addition, bodywork for a pregnant woman. In particular, point out the limitations of Northern and Southern style Thai yoga massage. This is a guide for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd trimesters for instance.
Learn acupressure points and labour-inducing points. As well as learning contraindications for example. In addition, pregnancy symptoms and how to treat them. Therefore, morning sickness, lower backpain, anemia, nausea with or without vomiting, tiredness, mood swings, tender & swollen breasts, headache, constipation, dislikes or cravings, insomnia, fainting, and dizziness.
Included: A handbook with 10 Thai yoga massage treatments/protocols, a certificate issued from Guenther Schauer
Excluded: accommodation, flights (in case you want to book us)
Requirements: Level 1 & 2 from Schauer Thai massage school or advanced experience Thai Massage practitioner.
Instructor: Günther Schauer, certified Thai Yoga massage teacher, trained in Thailand at various schools in Chiang Mai and the famous Watpho in Bangkok. As well as pregnancy Thai Massage training. He is also a licensed Thai massage therapist treating a pregnant women.
When: Sep. in Croatia, October 2022 in Greece
Where: flexible locations within Europe, Central America, South America, Middle East, Asia, USA, and Canada.