Thai Massage – Nourishing the Yin with Krishnataki in Thun, Switzerland
25th June 2019
Our hands are a powerful tool. Touch is a powerful tool when used correctly and with awareness. During this workshop, we will address what it means to use Mindful Touch and understand the polarities of Yin and Yang in the massage by constantly moving from static techniques to dynamic flow, and by introducing the basic principles of Thai Massage.
Within these 3 hours, we will focus on freeing the spine and restoring energy in our ‘hara’ – our energetic center, dealing with issues of chronic lower back pain, kidney deficiency and digestive complaints. When we go deep into the core, we are able to unravel stored tension and knots, which often leave us feeling bloated, empty or depleted, in order to create space for change.
Thai Massage is a tool which can help alleviate such conditions. We will also talk a little about nutrition and finish the evening with some sacred chantings and devotional songs.
Listening, Receiving and Allowing.
Krishnataki, originally from Greece, has been teaching Thai Yoga massage, yoga and qi gong since 1998, having lived and studied in Thailand and India. He is a senior Massage Teacher of the Sunshine Network, having trained with Thai Massage masters Pichet Boonthume, Chayuth Priyasith and Asokananda.
In addition to teaching, he is passionate about organic farming, Chinese Medicine, cooking and nutrition, and incorporates aspects of Yoga, Meditation and Qi Gong into all his courses. His base is at Sunshine House, however, he often travels abroad to teach and also study. He is renown for his unique, spontaneous and passionate way of teaching as well as his generous spirit and open heart. When he is not teaching, he is with his three beautiful children or soaking in hot spring waters.
25th of June: 18:00 – 21:00 Thai massage class with practice, movement and singing
This course will be held in the beautiful and spacious River Yoga Studio in Thun, Switzerland. From the large yoga room, you can enjoy the view of the river and the mountains.
Obere Hauptgasse 78