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Thai Yoga Massage: How to use Traditional Thai Massage, Yoga, and Breathwork for Healing and Spiritual Harmony

This is a clear, beautifully illustrated full color book that explains the background to this exciting massage therapy and leads the reader through a session: from using chanting and visualization, to preparing to give a massage, to step-by-step instructions on all the important massage techniques and yoga postures.

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Amazon Customer says:

A great resource for Thai Massage Therapists I first saw Kira demonstrate majority of the Thai Massage moves in Asokananda’s advanced Thai Massage Book years ago (I use Asokananda’s book extensively as reference!), and I am so happy to see her publish her own book. It is well laid out, excellently photographed, and described. She goes through a basic routine, describing the moves and she also has the actual charts for the sen lines and chakras as illustrated by Kam Thye Chow, who worked alongside Asokananda, and who has his own…

Anonymous says:

Nice moves This book is a good book to reference quickly by helping to give a concise clear view of what you can achieve as an adjunctive to the massage that you maybe already giving. I find it good for adding to my massage tools as I have already learned massage, myofascial release and trigger point therapies in my training. The stretching routines are the best part of Thai massage and are similar to osteopathic techniques – the Sen Lines are also similar to acupuncture which I have learned as a…

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