Thai Foot Reflexology Course 12 Hours in Vienna
Wassagase 6, 1090. Vienna
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Thai Footreflexology Course Thai Massage is a 12 hours course.
Also, it is based on the Northern Style. The concept of meridians, energy lines, or Sen, Yin, and Yang are all introduced as well. Our course will teach you a simple technique, but very abdominal work, or massage of internal organs, better known as Hara work.
This course is for beginners as well as massage therapists. It is a great addition to a professional career.
Thai Footreflexology Course procedure:
The Thai Reflexology Course is an ancient therapy that is known to promote the body’s own healing powers. Reflexology massage is the art of applying pressure to various points on the feet.
With systematic training, you can easily follow the teacher’s demonstration. Then we practice with as much fun and pleasure as in Thailand. Different techniques are learned. Sweet organic almond massage oils are used.
Mantra, contraindications, massage procedure, techniques.
The course also includes sessions involving the legs and the knees. In addition, the training is less physically demanding than a body massage. Therefore more suitable for most people. A card is also included in the coursebook. A map shows all foot reflexology points. The course systematically explains how to locate and find them by using a wooden stick.
In addition, the Thai reflexology course, or Nuad Tao, ends with a final exam.
Completing this course will help you:
Who is the course for?
This course is for therapists, yoga teachers, practitioners, aspirants, bodyworkers, individuals who wish to help friends or families or do something for their own personal development, and wellness enthusiasts.
Above all, this course is for everyone who wants to make their vision a reality and learn this ancient technique. Walk away with a Thai International Massage certificate in your hand!
Why you should study at Schauer Thai Massage School:
Our certified instructor Guenther Schauer has more than 20 years of experience in different styles of massage and has received different Professional training in Thailand by the most prestigious schools such as ITM and Wat Poh.
During our courses, Guenther will guide you and clear up all your doubts. Our courses are personalized and the group of students in each event is small, max of 4 people per course.
Our mission is to share the healing Thai massage technique and form therapists who also massage with the heart, being the passion, dedication, and holistic approach our inspiration.
Our school is located in the center of Vienna and welcomes students from all over the world. Join us and get Certified!
- This is a beginners course so you do not need prior knowledge.
- A sequence manual will be provided.
- You will need a note pad, colored pens, pencils and highlighters.
- If possible, bring a pencil and notebook to take important notes.
- We kindly ask you to perform a PCR or antigen test before entering classes and show it to our team of instructors before the start of the course.
- Our instructors are vaccinated and we are tested every 2 days.
During the first day of this course you will learn the basic theoretical aspects of Thai footmassage. Wai Khru ceremony. Its history, protocols, contraindications. You will quickly begin to learn techniques and sequences with oil and a wooden stick. Since our courses are based on Practice.
Lunch (1 hour).
The second day is 100% practical. You will learn the foot massage without the stick sequences. Our instructor Gunther teaches with an easy and entertaining method so you will always be motivated while learning.
Each day you will have time to practice with another partner while Guenther rectifies and teaches it.
On the third day you will feel much safer and you will be able to do almost 1 hour of massage.
Learn today the interesting reflexolgoy points with the stick Anatomy of Thai Massage which will give you a more scientific and spiritual look at your practice of Nuad Bo-Rarn. Today you will continue learning the Thai massage sequence in the back position.
Lunch (1 hour).