Sen Thawari is one of the ten principal Thai Sip Sen Energy Lines as known in Thai Traditional Massage and Thai Traditional Yoga.
This Sen Line is associated with the Water Element. As for the organs, Thawari is connected to the eyes, the lower abdominal region, and the chest, with special indications for intestines, liver and gallbladder.
Sen Thawari also carries other names, such as Tawaree, Dwari, Kongjagorn, Tawanjan, and Tawakata.
Trajectory and Location for Sen Thawari
Sen Thawari starts below the navel runs right down the abdominal area and groin to the first inside line of the right leg (thigh), then further down to the knee and following the first inside line of the lower leg passing the ankle and going under the foot.
There the line again ascends taking the first outside line of the right leg up to the hip, crosses the hip to go back to the right front side of the body to the right nipple and finally following the throat and jaw to end at the right eye.
Its extension line (color blue in the picture) travels over the right side of the back (line three of the back) to cross over the head, while also ending at the right eye. Its branch line (yellow in the picture) covers part of the right shoulder and right arm (first outside line), and ends at the tip of the right thumb.
Sen Thawari is the counterpart of Sen Sahatsarangsi which takes the same course as Sen Thawari, but then on the left side of the body.
Therapeutic Indications for Thawari
Therapeutic indications include facial paralysis, toothache, throat pain, red and swollen eyes, diminished eye function, cataract, fever, chest pains, manic depression, gastrointestinal disorders, urogenital diseases, leg paralysis, shoulder pain, low back pain, knee joint pain, numbness of the legs, jaundice, appendicitis, and hernia.