THAI YOGA BODYWORK

A wonderful opportunity to recharge, release blocked energy, connect & learn skills.

An energising spring cleaning workshop.

Beginning the morning in meditation leading into a partner yoga warm up. You will learn techniques of Thai Yoga Massage, as you give & receive in a supportive environment. At the end of the day you will have learnt techniques to share with family & friends. Or just enjoy the morning for a recharge and spring cleanse.

There is no need to come with a partner, yet be prepared to pair up with another participant.

This is a contact workshop, any concerns please get in touch to discuss our protocols.

Book one place or book two for a discount.

I thoroughly enjoyed the Thai yoga bodywork course and Ruth is such a passionate and inspirational teacher with a wealth of knowledge to share, making learning easy and fun. 

I loved the combination of working with a partner using Thai massage techniques mixed with yoga postures to ease out muscles, stretch and soften through the body, whilst facilitating greater mobility. It was also a great introduction to working with Thai massage techniques as I’ve no prior training with it’

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THAI YOGA BODYWORK. 12th March 2022

10am to 2pm

An energising spring cleaning workshop. Beginning the morning in meditation leading into a partner yoga warm up. You will learn techniques of Thai Yoga Massage, as you give & receive in a supportive environment. At the end of the day you will have learnt techniques to share with family & friends. Or just enjoy the morning for a recharge and spring cleanse.

There is no need to come with a partner, yet be prepared to pair up with another participant. This is a contact workshop, any concerns please contact to discuss our protocols.

Terms:

Refundable 2 weeks prior to course date.

Thai Yoga Bodywork 12th March 2022 Book One Place

£50.00

Thai Yoga Bodywork 12th March 2022 Book Two Places

£90.00

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