Thai Massage Training
Thai Massage CE Trainings
In this three-day course you will learn how to perform a traditional Thai Massage in the supine and prone position plus the key to career longevity and satisfaction. Upon completion of this course (plus a little home practice) you will be ready to add Thai massage to your menu of services or integrate it into your table routine. Additionally, you will learn the history and theory of this ancient practice and the Sen (energy) line system of healing. (21 CEUs)
Learn a full body Thai Massage in the side-lying and seated positions. Practiced properly, Thai Massage is equally beneficial for the therapist and client. You will learn how to significantly improve your body mechanics while wowing your clients with this amazing modality. Additionally, you will learn the history and theory of this ancient practice and the Sen (energy) line system of healing. (15 CEUs)
Curious about Thai Massage? This intro class is perfect for you. Learn Thai Massage theory, history and principles as well as several signature Thai Massage techniques that are easily incorporated into table sessions. You will leave this one-day class with a whole new approach to body mechanics that will save your hands. (7 CEUs)
This game-changing class will take you from a massage therapist who does Thai Massage to a “Thai Massage Therapist“. Learn advanced techniques, take a deeper dive into the cultural and spiritual aspects of Thai massage and how to design customized sessions for your clients. (16 CEUs) (Prerequisites: Weekend Intensive & Immersion.)
Take your massages to the next level by adding Thai Herbal Compresses (Luk Pra Kob). Learn why these have been used in conjunction with body work for centuries. Make your own compresses in class and learn how to effectively add them to your existing massage repertoire. (7 CEUs)
Learn the art and science of this ancient Northern Thai healing tradition. Tok Sen therapy employs a wooden hammer or mallet and chisel along the Thai Sen energy pathways. It acts a Thai form of tapotement, and the vibration caused by tapping along the Sen channels assists in releasing muscle tension and blocked energy. (7 CEUs)
For those who want to go deeper with their Thai massage training, we offer an Advanced Thai Massage Certification and an annual Thailand study abroad trip .
We are here to support you on your journey to become an Advanced Thai Massage Practitioner. Our proven program will get you there. With no cost to you outside of the required courses and no deadline to finish, this program is the most affordable and flexible program around.
Continue your journey in Thai massage with the ultimate combination of culture and adventure while learning from the source on vacation in Chiang Mai, Thailand. This trip is reserved for a select group of advanced level Thai massage students. (Prerequisites: Weekend Intensive & Immersion.)
“It is obvious how passionate Jill is for Thai massage. I love how calm her approach is to this beautiful modality. This class exceeded my expectations and was the perfect intro to Thai massage. I liked how informative but simplistic the course manual is and how Jill guided us through each section with demos. This class also helps therapists work on bettering their body mechanics. I already love stretching my clients and will now have more tricks in my bag!”Heather B.
“This was the best CE course I’ve ever taken. I left ready to start practicing each day. The visual aids provided to take home made a big difference. I will be adding Thai to my practice and 100% recommend this course. It changed my whole approach to massage!”Ashley
“The class environment was very relaxed, there was no pressure, and the instructor and TAs were very helpful and attentive. Class content was easy to learn and observe, and I enjoyed following along with the books as we were guided through the techniques. This material will allow me to address the body in ways I never have before. I highly recommend this course to others!”Akeri
“Class information was clear and precise. Every question asked in class was answered. We were given clear email communication prior to class and everything we needed for the course was provided. I recommend this course to other LMTs to preserve therapists’ longevity and provide more alternatives to a variety of clients. I feel like this material has already enhanced my practice.”Christie
“Jill is just a treasure. Her passion for the Thai culture and education is infectious and inspiring. You can tell she truly found her calling in life and is an inspiration to all! This course went above and beyond any expectations I may have had, and will make me a better therapist by helping others in a new and exciting way!”Janet
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Thai Massage Training FAQs
Not at all. We offer modifications for most physical limitations. Practiced properly (which we will teach you) Thai massage is very easy on the practitioner. We have loads of examples of our students that entered our Thai massage training program with an issue (bad knees, thumbs, wrist issues, and more) and improved these issues by practicing Thai massage. It is one of our biggest “whys” for teaching Thai massage. You can actually improve your physical health by practicing Thai massage!
Read this article that we were featured in that discusses this topic: Massage Therapy Journal Summer 2014
Not exactly…Our Thai Massage Trainings are primarily geared towards licensed massage therapists. We occasionally accept non- massage therapists under certain conditions. You can take our Thai Massage training if you have another license to touch such as physical therapists or occupational therapists. You can also take our trainings if you only plan to practice on family and friends and not accept any compensation for the Thai Massages you perform. In order to accept any form of compensation you must have a license to practice massage in your state. The onus is on the individual to know and adhere to the laws in which they reside.
In most states, NO. In our base state of North Carolina, the law is clear, yoga teachers can not practice Thai Massage. You need a valid massage license to practice Thai Massage.
No, we provide Thai massage mats to use at our trainings in you can not bring one. We also have our own line of premium Thai massage mats for sale at a discount during classes. If you can’t get a Thai massage mat right away we recommend starting with the Thai massage 3 day intensive course as about 75% of what we do in that class can be adapted for a massage table.