CE: Dynamic Thai Massage (Saturday morning)

CE: Dynamic Thai Massage (Saturday morning)

50.00

Saturday, July 13, 9am-1pm (sold out)

Sunday, July 14, 9am-1pm (canceled)

4 CE hours, NCBTMB approved

Choose either Saturday or Sunday. To attend Saturday-morning classes, you must arrive on Friday.

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Total tuition: $100

Deposit: $50 non-refundable deposit required to register. Balance due at time of class by cash or check made out to the presenter.

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This workshop will introduce you to the creative and playful practice of Dynamic Thai Massage described by Lulyani School of Thai Massage in France as “Perpetual Movement Poetry.”

You will experience how to integrate rhythmic, rocking, and oscillating movements within your current Thai Massage Practice on the mat, or use this as an introduction to inspire more studies of Thai Massage. This unique technique utilizes changes of rhythm, fluidity, and continuity to help restore lost mobility and down-regulate the nervous system. It is a beautiful exploration of the water element of the body on dry land; a meditation in movement.

The methods Paul will share in this workshop have been passed down from Ajahn Chaiyuth Priyashith of Thailand, to French Osteopath and Thai Massage Practitioner, David Lutt. David combined his studies with Ajahn Chaiyuth Priyashith, along with osteopathic principles and techniques, to produce this playful application of Thai Massage. Paul began his studies with David Lutt and his teaching partner Jorg Scheurpf in 2014. He is honored to share this with you in the natural beauty of Breitenbush.

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Instructor: Paul Buffel, RMT
Paul Buffel loves his work within a multidisciplinary clinic in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. His experience with touch therapy began over 27 years ago after training in Thai Massage in Chiang Mai, Thailand. He then completed his Therapeutic Massage training in Alberta in 1996. Paul’s work with clients incorporates complementary approaches such as the latest fascial and nerve therapies, visceral massage, and Iyengar yoga. He is the past President of the Gaden Samten Ling Tibetan Buddhist Meditation Society, and the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC). 

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