Learning Thai Massage in Thailand is much about Monkey See, Monkey Do (a little wink to our Monkey Mascot), and with Thai Massage Teacher Training it’s often not much different. That doesn’t mean that learning Thai Massage is Thailand is wrong or flawed, not at all, it’s just that the people in Thailand (and in many other Asian c [ Read More... ]
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If I would ask you why people take Thai Massage classes in Thailand you will most likely respond with something like this: “Because they want to learn and practice Thai Massage!” And… you are right, but this applies only to some of the students. Actually, my experience is that those who enroll for a Thai massage course can be div [ Read More... ]
In this article we’ll take a look at how Thai Massage trainers and practitioners have taken up Traditional Thai Massage and other Thai Healing Arts and have added their specific flavor to it creating a Thai Massage Hybrid or Crossbreed modality. But, first this—I’m not such a big fan of “integration” or “new sty [ Read More... ]
Studying Thai Massage in Thailand can be a daunting, overwhelming experience for those who either have not traveled before outside their own country or… haven’t been to Southeast Asia before. Asia’s make-up is something totally different compared to Western societies, and profoundly challenges our senses, minds and emotions. For [ Read More... ]
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 He [ Read More... ]
For many arriving in Thailand by way of Bangkok, or passing through hopping to another region in Thailand, the famous Khao San Road area (Khaosan or Kao San), including the nearby Rambuttri Road, is the place to spend a few days or more, or at the least makes an interesting area to visit. Khaosan historically is the hotspot for backpackers, offers [ Read More... ]
What is the difference between Chi Nei Tsang and Thai Abdominal Massage? Well, it’s one of these topics within the Thai Healing Arts that every now and again raises some confusion. In fact, there are differences… and yet, on the other hand… not really. I am of course aware that such an answer doesn’t help you out and needs [ Read More... ]
The Thai Herbal Compress Massage treatment (called Luk Pra Kob in Thai) carries a variety of names, such as Herbal Ball Compress Massage, Hot Herbal Ball Massage, Herbal Pouch Massage, Herbal Packs Massage, or Herbal Stem Massage. Note also that herbal compresses can be used either hot or cold, although usually hot compresses are applied. In this [ Read More... ]
Perhaps something you wouldn’t think about straightaway, but depending on the time of the year—the seasons—offerings and costs of Thai Massage training courses, the weather, costs of traveling, food, and accommodation vary. The busy tourist season in Thailand, the so-called high season, runs roughly from the 1st of November to th [ Read More... ]
The genital massage treatment services and training courses industry in Thailand is quite extensive, and in this article we bring together all the various treatments and modalities in order for you to have an idea what it’s really all about. In fact, to be clear, we’re not addressing sexual services here in the sense of ‘erotic pleas [ Read More... ]