Thai Massage passion began when I visited Thailand
Thai Massage passion, How it begun
Thai Massage passion for Thai Massage began in 1995 when he visited Thailand for the first time. That is to say, on that trip he received numerous traditional Thai massages and he quickly grew interest in this wonderful technique.
Furthermore, in the same year he began studying in several schools in Chiang Mai. Moreover a year later he began to practice as a Thai masseuse in Japan. Equally, he was amazed by the improvement that his clients began to feel.
With this in mind, Guenther set out to share the benefits of movements and stretches of his Thai massage passion. Consequently traveling through countries such as New Zealand, Chile, Spain, Tibet, Austria and India. However, since 2015 he is teaching and giving certificates to Chilean Students. Most important, he also has a 390 hour certified teacher certificate completed in Chiang Mai (Thailand) and currently teaches in Vienna, Austria.
Although, traditional Thai massage uses no oils or lotions. Besides that, the recipient remains clothed during a treatment. Even more, there is constant body contact between the giver and the receiver. To point out, rather than rubbing on muscles, the body is compressed, pulled, stretched and rocked.
As a matter of fact, the recipient wears loose, comfortable clothing and lies on a mat or firm mattress on the floor. Surprisingly, in Thailand, a dozen or so clients may be receiving massage simultaneously in one large room. In contrast, the true ancient style of Thai massage requires that the massage be performed solo with just the giver and receiver.
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Schauer Thai Massage School is available to teach worldwide Thai Massage Certified Courses as well as offers Retreats in Cuba, Morocco, Greece, Bali and Thailand.
Schauer Thai Massage School uses the VAK teaching method.
In other words, visual, auditory kinaesthetic methods and one-to-one demonstration methods.