the Practitioner Training has been created with the extra Practice Week (from the original 10-day courses common in Thailand), as believed essential to integrate the amount of information we, in this school, give you during Level I-II.
the Certificate of Completion and the possibility to join an Association and get Insurance cover is only reached after completion of also Level III – Practice Week.
short of time; already a professional Massage Therapist; a fast and talented learner; or a slow learner, who needs a lot of time for self-practice and to take in information, this 10-day course could be either, exactly right for what you need, or the perfect start.
you practice as much as possible once home from level I-II and come back for Level III – Practice week at the first available chance to consolidate under supervision what you have retained.
The first two weeks of this training have their foundation in Level I-II courses taught by ITM & the Old medical hospital in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Level I-II provide students with the practical skills to perform the whole Thai Massage sequence in 4 positions: front, side, back and sitting.
New information is delivered for the first 4 days, each week. On the 5th day students will practice the sequence learned the previous 4 days in its entirety, to try feel the flow of the moves and focus on the technicalities of the stretches, meridians and pressure points.
On the energetic, mental and emotional planes, the learning experience is supported and completed every morning by an Iyanger YOGA CLASS that follows closely the Thai Massage sequence learned through that day and that is purposely thought of to support and follow each individual in their personal needs.