Thai Yoga Massage Workshop with Krishnataki in BARCELONA YOGA CONFERENCE

8th July 2019

Coming together, sharing and enjoying the practice of yoga and its many different forms allows us to connect within while connecting with others. Often Krishnatkis is invited to go to different festivals and conferences around Europe to offer workshops on Thai massage, give yoga classes and share qi gong instruction. It is also inspiring to see how other teachers teach and to once again become a student and be open to learn as well as share.

During this festival, Krishnatakis will offer a Thai Massage workshop.

Thai Yoga Massage is a sacred dance. It is essentially an ancient Eastern healing technique used as a tool to awaken our spiritual flame and inner therapist. Learning to give from the heart with compassion and to have deep understanding of the other person’s suffering.

Krishnataki, originally from Greece, has been teaching Thai Yoga massage, yoga and qi gong since 1998 having lived and studied in Thailand and India. His first gateway to the East was through the inspirational teachings of Tai Chi master Tew Bunnag which led him down the path in search of his true spiritual essence.

He is now a senior massage teacher of the Sunshine Network, and has trained with Thai massage masters Pichet Boonthume, Chayuth Priyasith and Asokananda and has a Sivananda Yoga background. 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, where he leads a variety of retreats aimed at igniting the spiritual, healing flame that lies dormant in each and every one of us, however he still spends time travelling abroad to teach and also study, where possible. He is renown for his unique, fun-loving and passionate way of teaching as well as his generous spirit, hot hands and delicious home-made recipes. When he is not teaching, he is with his three beautiful children or soaking in hot spring waters.

Monday 8th of July 2019
Time: 10:00-13:00 & 15:00-18:00

The festival will be held in a school in Barcelona, called Escola del Sagrat Cor de Sarrià.

Ramon Miquel i Planas 40-38, 08034 Barcelona.

Closest stations

  • Ferrocarrils Catalans L6 (Metro): Reina Elisenda
  • Bus L22: Reina Elisenda


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