Koh Lanta (also spelled Ko Lanta) is officially a district in Thailand consisting of four island groups and its located by the Andaman coast, about 70 km from Krabi town. Koh Lanta Yai, commonly known simply as Koh Lanta, is the biggest and most populated island. It is known for its amazing beaches, tropical jungle, coral reefs, mangroves, limesto [ Read More... ]
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Koh Samui (which translates to Samui Island) is the second-largest island of Thailand, with an area of 228.7 km² – just losing to Phuket. It’s located off the east coast of the Kra Isthmus, and its part of the Surat Thani Province – about 35 km northeast of Surat Thani town. Besides being known for its tropical jungles, amazing [ Read More... ]
Koh Samui, also spelled Ko Samui, is the second-largest island of Thailand. It’s located in the Gulf of Thailand, and its part of the Surat Thani Province. The island is a popular tourist destination, known for its sandy beaches, luxury resorts, tropical jungle, and snorkeling opportunities because of the abundant coral reefs around. There a [ Read More... ]
Koh Tao, also spelled Ko Tao – meaning “Turtle Island” in Thai – is a popular island and tourist destination in Thailand. Located at the Western shore of the Gulf of Thailand, this island is about 21 km², much smaller compared to the other popular islands nearby – Koh Phangan (125 km²) and Koh Samui (228 km²). Even [ Read More... ]
The Blue Garden is a yoga and massage training center located in Chiang Mai’s old city center. It was founded almost 10 years ago by Bow and Remco, both having extensive traditional bodywork and yoga training experience. Using their diverse backgrounds and experience, they focus on teaching a unique style of Thai Massage, that goes beyond just t [ Read More... ]
Pattaya City (Chonburi province) in Thailand probably doesn’t first come to mind as a place of doing Yoga. There’s some obvious logic to this, because compared to Chiang Mai, Koh Phangan, Koh Samui, Bangkok, or Phuket, the amount of training centers and variety of Yoga styles offered is somewhat limited. Moreover, Pattaya is certainly [ Read More... ]
Yoga, together with Thai Massage and Thai Boxing (Muay Thai), ranks among the top 3 training bodywork modalities in Thailand. In Thailand, the highest concentration of Yoga Schools and Classes (including Yoga Teacher Training) can be found in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket, Koh Samui, and Koh Phangan. In Chiang Mai, we’ve found more than 40 sch [ Read More... ]
Chiang Rai is a city in the mountainous most northern part of Thailand. The city (and province of the same name) hosts many people from the so-called hill tribes, minority ethnic groups like the Karen, Akha, Lisu, Meo, and Hmong. The city is close to the borders of Laos and Myanmar (Burma) and a sought-after location for those who want to have som [ Read More... ]
Yoga training is very popular around the globe, and Thailand is no exception to that. In Asia, moreover, we find notably India (Rishikesh, Auroville, Goa, among other places), Indonesia (Bali) and Thailand (Chiang Mai, Koh Phangan, Phuket, Koh Samui) being the hotspots of serious Yoga training in general, and Yoga Teacher Training Programs in part [ Read More... ]
Thai Massage is often called Thai Yoga Massage and that’s not for nothing. Quite a bunch of Yoga positions and postures (Yoga Asanas) can be found in Thai Massage. The parallels with Yoga are obvious. Some of the Thai Massage Energy lines (the Sib Sen) even have the same names as the Yoga Nadis (Nadis are the Indian Yoga Energy Lines or Pran [ Read More... ]