Thai Sib Sen – Sen Pingkhala

Published | Updated April 20, 2020

Thai Sib Sen – Sen Pingkhala

Sen Pingkhala is the counterpart of Sen Ittha and one of the ten Thai Sib Sen or Sen Energy lines as addressed in Thai Traditional Massage and Thai Yoga (Reusi Datton).

Pingkhala is associated with the Fire Element. Typically, this energy line is related to curing or alleviating headaches, sinusitis, back and neck pains, and sciatic nerve pains. Associated organs are the nose, gallbladder and liver, kidneys and urinary tract system.

Thai Sib Sen – Sen Pingkhala


Sen Pingkhala (runs at the right side of the body) starts at one thumb distance right of the navel, goes down the abdominal region through the groin, becomes the first inside line on the right thigh, crosses the knee, changes to the backside of the body and becomes the third outside line on the right thigh, moves up crossing the buttocks and becomes line one at the back running adjacent to the spinal column, moves further up to the neck and head, travels over the head and ends at the right nostril.

Sen Ittha takes the same trajectory as Sen Pingkhala, but on the left side of the body.

Therapeutic indications

Headaches, stiff neck, shoulder pains, common cold, cough, dizziness, nasal obstruction, nose problems, restless legs, sore throat, sore eyes, chill and fever, insomnia, abdominal pains, intestinal problems, back pains, knee pains, diseases of the urinary tract, kidneys, all internal organs, and diseases of gallbladder and liver.

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