Thai Foot Massage & Dosha Balance Massage Program
DANU Wellness Co

Thai Foot Massage & Dosha Balance Massage Program

Regular price $575.00 Sale price $625.00

 Thai Foot Massage program by DWCA is based on the Traditional Thai foot massage and foundations in Reflexology 

Thai foot stick (provided) stimulate reflex points and includes a therapeutic massage routine to the  feet. The legs are massaged with rhythmical movement also.

The Thai foot massage is a popular choice for therapists, reflexologists and complete beginners. 

This traditional technique dates back over 2000 years and is still practiced by Buddhist monks routinely, today. 

Elements of the course include working on ‘Sen’ lines from the Ayurvedic tradition, these reflex points are stimulated and the intention is to clear the stagnant energies and provide a relaxed state of mind 

This program also includes foot two various foot wrapping techniques and creations of herbal foot oils and soaking salts.

Why is this Course so Popular? Thai foot massage is as much in demand as reflexology 

Many Reflexologist are concerned about RSI or painful thumbs, this course is an ideal addition as the tools and techniques take away the typical strain. 

This routine uses a Thai stick and rhythmical hand and arm strokes instead of “just” thumbs and yet can achieve similar results for your clients to a reflexology session. Working meridians, clearing stagnation and stimulating important points. 

The Benefits of a Thai Foot Massage? 

Thai Foot massage can improve circulation in the legs and feet 

It can stimulates lymphatic drainage in the body 

It can aid in removing toxins 

It can help  boost the immune system 

It can increases oxygenated blood flow to the feet and legs 

Thai Foot massage has been said to reduce stiffness and improves flexibility!

Gentle stretches and massage to the lower legs are a part of this comprehensive routine. 

Thai foot treatments were first recorded in the famous ‘Wat Po Temple’ in Bangkok and its believed to have been taught in North America since the reign of King Ram the 3rd in the mid 19th century.

Rest assured and get excited! The treatment you will be learning is steeped in oriental medical tradition and history. 

This treatment lasts for 45-60 mins and the teacher will advise you about the cost to charge your clients, how to gauge your geographical and insurance coverage options on the day(s) of training. 

 

Note* It is often paired with a Dosha Balance Massage as a "double treatment" 

Case Studies Assignment & Test Questions

Number of Hours: 60

Number of case studies: 40

Part 2;

Dosha Balance Massage

What is a Dosha Balancing Massage? 

DBM is a synchronized massaging of the body towards the direction of the movement of arterial blood.

The scientific reasoning for this protocol is said to be to increase the blood flow towards the most distal parts of the body and avoid overwhelming the heart through increased venous return if the massage is done towards the heart, or in other words, in the direction opposite to that of the body hair.

DBM is done using warm and beautiful herbal oil, herbal powder, herbal pastes or ghee. 

It is a part of the recommended routine suggested by Ayurveda. 

It is used for relief of pain, stiffness and tiredness as well as anxiety and depression 

It also forms an important part of the five Ayurvedic detoxification therapies.

DBM not only prepares the body for panchakarma, but also helps to mobilize the dosha from the periphery toward the core in order to get them eliminated through the body orifices.DBM is considered an important treatment modality for balancing the dosha.

What Does “DBM” Mean?

DBM means the “Study and Practice of a 3 tier International Massage that combines EO's with North American Massage Techniques and focuses on (and is inspired by) AYURVEDA Practice.” 

The Massage session itself is a gentle pouring and kneading of warm oil, a relaxing and rhythmical massage of the back, neck, base of scull, shoulders arms and hands

History and Theory of DBM

Benefits

Key Areas for Specific Conditions

Overview of Dosha identification

Herbal Blending and Preparation Practical Techniques

Case Studies Assignment & Test Questions

Number of Hours: 60

Number of case studies: 40

Upon completion of the 2 days of training you will complete the assigned case studies and once completed be eligible to book your test/exam. Certification will be granted after case studies, testing and exams have been completed.

 Email us to apply for a Payment plan. 

 

Extra Materials to assist your practice are not mandatory but will be available for purchase during the class. All needed materials will be provided


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