“Practice does not necessarily make perfect; correct practice does!”
Valentina

Thai Massage Practice Week - Level III

3rd Accredited week of the Practitioner Training - 5 days – 8hrs/day - 40 hrs

This is the Practice week, part of the 3-week Intensive Practitioner Training.
You can participate to this week training if you have completed Level I-II with Byron Thai Massage School and are seeking accreditation and revision; or if you have completed all three levels already and are in need of a refresher.

  • So much information

    Level III focuses on consolidating and integrating all the information taught in Levels I + II, so that it can all be safely practiced under Supervision.

  • Practice on the Teacher

    Students are given the chance to practice the sequence over and over with each other and the teacher.

  • Gain Confidence

    They will deepen their experience of how Thai Massage feels to give and receive; learn from feedback; memorize movements, stretches and sequences; fine tune their movements, pressure, use of the body weight etc.

  • Focus on your Body

    It is a great chance for students to focus on their own body, posture and technique. Using body weight and core, rather than strength, to drive the stretches and the proper direction of pressure.

The very detailed course manual and the DVD come handy to remember, view, read, colour in and fully memorise all that is needed to go out there and become an accredited Thai Massage therapist; while the yoga class every morning keeps supporting individual needs on mental, emotional, spiritual and physical level.

Thai-massage-training-level-3-accreditation

At the end of the 3-week Thai Massage Practitioner training, students receive a CERTIFICATE of COMPLETION.

This certificate is recognised by the Massage Association of Australia Inc. (MMA)
MAA-LogoGraduates can gain Public Liability Insurance by becoming a member of MMA or other insurance companies that recognise Thai Massage therapy.
The certificate of completion from Byron Thai Massage School is required to gain membership with MMA, and this is awarded only on completion of Level I-II-III (120 hrs).

Australian Association of Massage TherapyByron Thai Massage School is also recognised for Continuing Professional Education points (CPE) by:
The Australian Association of Massage Therapist Ltd (AAMT)

None of our courses are recognised by private health funds.
The 3-week  course will give you all the practical knowledge you need to start practicing Thai Massage. How long it will take you before you feel ready to start charging clients is up to you. Each person’s ability to retain information and then apply it is unique.

  • You will need comfy, soft, lightweight clothing such as t-shirts with no buttons and leggings or loose fitting pants with no pockets or side zips. Yoga clothing, Thai fisherman pants and simple t-shirts work well.
  • Please bring to class both a singlet (for when you are working) and a t-shirt or long sleeve top (for when you are receiving).
  • If you own a yoga mat, please bring your own.
  • Sequence manual, workbook, notes and charts will be provided.
  • A DVD of the whole sequence will be provided, so having a laptop with a DVD drive will allow you to watch it during the course.
  • You will need a note pad, colored pens, pencils and highlighters.
  • Bring your own water bottle. Filtered water is supplied.
  • Be aware of what type of jewellery might be appropriate or not and please cut your nails short before the course.
YEARLY SCHEDULE : Monday to Friday,  9am to 6pm.
(First Monday of the course we usually start at 8am)
  • 9 – 10.30 am Yoga Class
  • 10.30 – 11 am Tea/Breakfast break
  • 11 am – 1 pm Demonstration
  • 1 – 2 pm Lunch break
  • 2 – 6 pm Practice in pairs

• The first day is usually dedicated to what has now taken the name of ‘Meridian factory’; a special technique Valentina has developed to get students really confident and precise on the energy line work

• The second day is dedicated to the practice in pair of the whole Level-I

• On the third day students practice the whole of Level-II

• The fourth day is like a ‘troubleshooting day’ were students get the chance to practice on the teacher and on the assistant, everything they have doubts on

• The fifth and last day of this 5-day training is the final assessment day, where students have the chance to practice a full 2 hour Thai Massage sequence created by them on external people.

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Accreditation

At the end of the 3-week Thai Massage Practitioner training, students receive a CERTIFICATE of COMPLETION.

This certificate is recognised by the Massage Association of Australia Inc. (MMA)
MAA-LogoGraduates can gain Public Liability Insurance by becoming a member of MMA or other insurance companies that recognise Thai Massage therapy.
The certificate of completion from Byron Thai Massage School is required to gain membership with MMA, and this is awarded only on completion of Level I-II-III (120 hrs).

Australian Association of Massage TherapyByron Thai Massage School is also recognised for Continuing Professional Education points (CPE) by:
The Australian Association of Massage Therapist Ltd (AAMT)

None of our courses are recognised by private health funds.
The 3-week  course will give you all the practical knowledge you need to start practicing Thai Massage. How long it will take you before you feel ready to start charging clients is up to you. Each person’s ability to retain information and then apply it is unique.

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Requirements
  • You will need comfy, soft, lightweight clothing such as t-shirts with no buttons and leggings or loose fitting pants with no pockets or side zips. Yoga clothing, Thai fisherman pants and simple t-shirts work well.
  • Please bring to class both a singlet (for when you are working) and a t-shirt or long sleeve top (for when you are receiving).
  • If you own a yoga mat, please bring your own.
  • Sequence manual, workbook, notes and charts will be provided.
  • A DVD of the whole sequence will be provided, so having a laptop with a DVD drive will allow you to watch it during the course.
  • You will need a note pad, colored pens, pencils and highlighters.
  • Bring your own water bottle. Filtered water is supplied.
  • Be aware of what type of jewellery might be appropriate or not and please cut your nails short before the course.
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Schedule
YEARLY SCHEDULE : Monday to Friday,  9am to 6pm.
(First Monday of the course we usually start at 8am)
  • 9 – 10.30 am Yoga Class
  • 10.30 – 11 am Tea/Breakfast break
  • 11 am – 1 pm Demonstration
  • 1 – 2 pm Lunch break
  • 2 – 6 pm Practice in pairs
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Program

• The first day is usually dedicated to what has now taken the name of ‘Meridian factory’; a special technique Valentina has developed to get students really confident and precise on the energy line work

• The second day is dedicated to the practice in pair of the whole Level-I

• On the third day students practice the whole of Level-II

• The fourth day is like a ‘troubleshooting day’ were students get the chance to practice on the teacher and on the assistant, everything they have doubts on

• The fifth and last day of this 5-day training is the final assessment day, where students have the chance to practice a full 2 hour Thai Massage sequence created by them on external people.

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