The School of Thai Acupressure is founded by Noam Tyroler who specializes in Thai Physical Therapy also referred to as Thai Acupressure or Thai trigger point therapy, which is a specialization of Traditional Thai Massage.
On the homepage of his website, Noam writes that Traditional Thai Physical Therapy in Thailand (and notably in Thai Hospitals) is based on certain acupressure protocols which are defined by line and point formulas.
He has published a Thai Acupressure Guide Book and created a set of video courses by which one can learn about aforementioned acupressure protocols. On his website you can find more info about the book (available in various languages, by the way) and about the video courses.
Noam is based in Israel, but travels extensively offering Thai Acupressure training programs and workshops around the globe. You can learn more about Noam’s teaching schedule and the courses and workshops offered (2, 5, and 10 days programs) on his website.
Additionally, he’s a member of the Thai Healing Alliance International and he extends both School of Thai Acupressure certificates for international students and NCBTMB certificates for USA students who want or need Continuing Education (CE) Units.
If you’d like to know more about Noam’s professional background and career, you may read the About page on his website.
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