Sen Thawari is one of the ten main Thai Sib Sen Energy Lines as used in Thai Traditional Massage and Thai Yoga.
Sen Thawari starts in the right eye and travels down the head, throat, right side of the chest and abdomen, then changes over the hip to the outside of the right leg (first outside line). Changes again at the foot to inside of the right leg and runs over the first inside line, across the groin and stops directly below the navel.
Sen Sahatsarangsi is the counterpart of Sen Thawari and takes the same course as Sen Thawari, but on the left side of the body.
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