In this article we take a look at the best Thai Healing Arts and Thai Massage Blogs across the globe, those with articles written in English. Of course, there are without doubt excellent blogs in other languages too, but we focus on those that are published in the main language of our website.
Anyway, below you’ll find a selection of Thai Healing Arts blogs, and please don’t hesitate to contact us if you think we’ve missed to mention a compelling blog-site.
Asian Medicine Zone
The Asian Medicine Zone at http://www.asianmedicinezone.com/ is a resource portal for practitioners, researchers, and scholars of Asian medicine, including the Thai Healing Arts. Renowned Thai Massage teachers, practitioners, and scholars, such as Pierce Salguero, David Wells, and others, contribute (or have contributed) to this blog.
Thai Healing Alliance International (THAI)
The Thai Healing Alliance is an international network of Thai massage students, teachers, and therapists, promoting basic standards of study and practice of Thai Traditional massage, and offers information about the Thai healing arts. THAI offers the THAI Archives, a large online library of information, historical information and current research on Traditional Thai massage and Thai Healing traditions. To get access one needs to be a member, yet, Basic Membership is for free.
Thai Healing Massage Academy Blog
The author, Shama Kern, has been living in Thailand for more than a decade. He is the founder of the Thai Healing Massage Academy, an online training school for Thai Massage. In his blog you’ll find loads of articles about Thai Massage education and practitioning, and a lot about Thailand and Thai Culture on his other website Spirit of Thailand.
The Naga Blog
The blog from the Naga Center, founded by Nephyr Jacobsen, boasts an extensive set of in-depth articles about the art and practice of traditional Thai medicine and herbalism, with a strong emphasis on Traditional Thai Bodywork.
Joshua doesn’t really entertain a blog, but you’ll find attractive, thorough in-depth articles and resource pointers about Thai Massage and the Thai Healing Arts on his website.
ThaiMassage.Com is associated with the The Thai Yoga Center (SomaVeda Integrated Traditional Therapies) from Dr. Anthony James. Just simply a lot of articles about Thai massage therapy, practice, and education in a blog going back to 2014.
Although not running a full-fledged blog, David Wells from Wells Yoga is one of the best known Thai Yoga (Reusi Dat Ton) practitioners and teachers in the West, and has published a few influential articles about Reusi Dat Ton.
Navina Thai Yoga Therapy from Drew Hume maintains a large blog with articles about therapeutics, Thai massage, Fitness & Health, and some other topics.
Still Light Centre
The Still Light Centre Blog from Shai Plonski and Megan Shane offers a variety of articles mostly about practitioning Thai Massage, often connected to one or more videos to be watched on YouTube.
Bamboo Thai Massage
The blog from Pamela Herrick, a Thai Massage therapist and teacher, goes back to 2013 and has quite some interesting articles about Thai Massage practitioning , Herbal remedies, and more things about Thai Massage. Of late, there’s less activity on the blog, but… worth your while still.
US National Library of Medicine
The US National Library of Medicine is not a blog, but a resource for scientific publications and books. Search on “Thai Massage” and you’ll find a bunch of reports and articles about scientific research on Thai Massage.
Websites: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/ or https://www.nih.gov/
School of Thai Massage
The School of Thai Massage has a blog with a variety of articles on practitioning Thai Massage, Therapy, and setting up a Thai Massage business, among other topics.
Pierce Salguero regularly offers teachings about East Asian history, Asian Religions, Buddhism, and the Silk Roads, as well as a range of upper-level undergraduate courses in topics related to the history of Asian religion and medicine. He’s the author of many books and publications, also about Traditional Thai Massage and Traditional Thai medicine, and he publishes blog articles of which the collection can be read on https://medium.com/@piercesalguero
Equilibrium Yoga Therapy
Equilibrium doesn’t run a blog, but simply has very good explanatory articles attached to the descriptions of what they do. Check it out!
Of course, finally, we can not omit our own website, the largest global resource for information about Thai Healing Arts Training Course providers. We’ve already registered more than 1500 trainers and schools from over 60 countries, published +350 blog articles, and… we keep on growing.Related Topics
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