Sen Ulangka is one of the ten main Thai Sib Sen Energy Lines as addressed in Thai Massage and Thai Yoga.
Sen Ulangka starts in the right ear, travels down the right side of the throat, then towards the nipple. Makes a slight turn thereafter towards the navel and ends at the solar plexus. In Thailand, Sen Ulangka is also called Sen Ruchum.
Sen Lawusang is Sen Ulangka’s counterpart and takes the same course as Sen Ulangka, but then on the left side of the body.
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The theoretical, and as for that---also the practical foundation of Thai Traditional Massage, is based on "working the 10 Sen Energy Lines," the so-called Thai Sib Sen. T [ ... ]
The theoretical foundation of massage, energy- and bodywork in Thailand is based on the idea of invisible energy lines in the human body. Ten of these lines (meridians, channels, or [ ... ]