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People, products, and services that follow Traditional Thai and Oriental health principles are helping all move forward in a good way. Here you can find useful information, Certified Thai Practitioners, Thai Therapists, Thai Yoga and Thai Massage Schools and Institutions of Holistic Health based on Thai Yoga, providing you with access to Thai Yoga and related healing arts. Thai Yoga is a spiritually based CAM practice, a form of complimentary and integrative medicine and alternative healing. Based on ancient Yoga and Ayurvedic sciences, it incorporates everything from Yoga asana and Yoga therapeutic practices and postures to Reflexology and Thai style foot massage. As a natural and nature based holistic health system we believe and teach in our classes that the human body is sacred, all touching is significant, and that it is impossible to separate the mind, body, emotions and spirit. Thai Yoga treats the whole person... mind, body and spirit. More than this, we teach in our trainings that the therapist, facilitator or healing arts practitioner is as much a part of the healing process as the client. In fact, the therapy is considered a healing experience for the healer as well. The healer is not separate and apart from the client; they are co-facilitators and participants in the practical expression of love.

 As a practice Thai Yoga or Thai Yoga Therapy encompasses many different disciplines, some traditional, and some modern. The way it is practiced depends on the primary complaint of the client and the intention, focus and skill of the practitioner in harmony with the intention, receptiveness and presence of the client. It is direct action of a healthful and beneficial nature. It is the physical expression of undiluted loving kindness and a picture of compassion available in tangible form. This healing work has proved its value through thousands of years of human experience.

Thai style healing therapies may be the most significant advance in physical medicine for the management of chronic pain and resulting disability. Thousands of clients have received relief from chronic back pain, migraine headaches, soft tissue disorders and syndromes, complications of inflammatory process, lymphadema, joint pain and emotional disease and distress through this form of healing touch.

Though Thai Yoga is not Massage or Massage Therapy, the dancing meditation of Thai Yoga is special in that it supports and integrates perfectly with other healing methods. It is the perfect counterpart or practice addition to Native American Medicine, Naturopathy and Natural Medicine, Massage and Massage Therapy, Indigenous Traditional Medicine, Pastoral and or Clerical Medicine, Chiropractic and Osteopathy, Cranial Sacral, Reiki, Chi Gung, Chakra balancing and many others.

Thai Yoga's focus on Prayer or Puja, Dosha, Asana, Prana, Chakras, Lom, Marma and Sen lines or Thai "meridians" is similar to that of other energy based systems of natural medicine, wellness and well being which understand fundamentally that healing and true medicine originate from spirit and are fundamental rights of all human beings as defined by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Declaration Alma-Ata.

 

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