Dates: Sunday, August 25 and Sunday, September 22, 2013
Time: 10:00am- 6:00pm
Description of class:
Nuad Boran or Thai Massage is performed on a floor mat in comfortable clothing. The practitioner stimulates energy lines that run through the body using pressure and rocking movements. In addition, a wide variety of assisted stretching and yoga-like postures are performed on the receiver. Through assisted yoga, the body is toned in ways that are difficult to attain through normal exercise and individual yoga practice. A session often reaches greatest potential when the receiver is fully relaxed, breathing deeply and in a meditative state. The overall effect is one of deep relaxation, rejuvenation, and physical and mental stability.
Deepen your massage or yoga practice. This workshop will be helpful to practitioners and teachers of all forms of massage, yoga and movement therapy, but no previous experience is required. We will discuss the origin and evolution of Thai healing art, trace several of the energy lines in the Thai healing system, and work on each other using assisted yoga postures, coordinated breath work, acupressure and proper body mechanics. Special attention is paid to traditional Thai techniques that may be adapted to other modalities, and ample time will be allowed to practice with a number of different partners. A student manual is included. No previous experience required.
Instructor: Randi Morrison
Randi's journey towards healing began while attending University of North Carolina (UNCC). While earning a BS in Athletic Training, her unearthing interest of the human body arose. Following her graduation she continued her studies at Southeastern Neuromuscular Massage School.
Randi loved to Denver in October 2012 and works for Moyer Wellness Center specializing in injury and chronic pain. Through continuing education in Neuromuscular Massage and Thai Massage. Randy holds over 500 hours as a Registered Thai Therapist, Randi is well versed in this form of mystic healing and has witnessed the deeper aspects of releases it brings to her clients on many levels. Randi’s diligence and self-study includes trips to Thailand, where she learns abroad at the Sunshine School of Massage, Homprang, and studies with Mama Lek and her son Jack. In the States she spends her time studying under many experts in the field including Yogi Somanada and Bob Haddad.
Randi believes that a good massage therapist is a combination of passion, knowledge, and intuition. She has a high degree of sensitivity toward others and continually works to expand her knowledge in order provide her clients with the greatest level of care possible. Her firm belief is “You can’t give what you don’t have. I am here to help release the pain, quiet the mind and bring awareness.”
Questions? Contact Us.
Phone: (303) 333-9642