Chiang Rai, not to be confused with Chiang Mai, is the northernmost largest city in Thailand and located in the Chiang Rai province. The city is located near the borders of both Laos and Myanmar (Burma) and a popular place for those who want to chill-out, getting away from vibrant, but more hectic Chiang Mai.
The province and city count many people from the so-called hill tribes, a term for the minority ethnic groups in northern Thailand like the Karen, Akha, Lisu, Meo, and Hmong.
Below a list of the Thai Massage training facilities we’ve found in Chiang Rai. For detailed filtering of schools and courses, you can visit our Training Thailand page.[Read More...]
Kaewlin Thai Massage offers a range of Thai bodywork courses and cooperates with the Akha Hill House in Chiang Rai. [Read More...]
The School of Health Sciences is part of the Mae Fah Luang University in Chiang Rai and runs a Bachelor and Master program of Traditional Thai Medicine. [Read More...]
The Retreat center hosts yoga, meditation, and healing retreats, therapies, massage & creative workshops, and other trainings. Serves an organic veget [Read More...]
The Sunshine Network Lahu Village (Huay Nam Rin) in the Chiang Rai province in Thailand is the headquarters of Asokananda’s Sunshine Network. The pl [Read More...]
The goal of The Thai Massage School in Chiang Rai is transferring knowledge of the therapeutic massage art of Luampo Somboon, a Thai buddhist monk who dev [Read More...]
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Yoga Classes and Schools in Chiang Rai
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, ... [Read More]