Reusi Datton or Thai Yoga is not really Yoga. It’s a bit the same as with Traditional Thai Massage which is not really massage.
However, when seeing a Reusi Datton session one can easily get the impression of a series of Yoga-movements being executed. But doing it yourself, one very quickly discovers that it only remotely resembles (Indian) Yoga.
Reusi Datton is a seven-fold diamond in simultaneous, parallel, integrated action: strength, stretch, reversed breath, balance, postural correction (chiropractics), muscle relaxation, and (Thai) dance.
That makes this bodywork tradition quite hard to perform correctly and a seemingly simple work-out of about 45 minutes is in fact a very intense, concentrated, and meditative experience.
As believed to be the basis and foundation of Traditional Thai Massage (Nuat Thai), a Reusi Datton session also prepares the body well (warms it up) to receive a Thai Massage workout immediately afterwards. A little bit the same effect as having a Herbal Ball massage session before a Thai Massage.
Reusi Datton is ideal bodywork for the Thai Massage practitioner as a preparation and stretcher before doing a massage session or as a compensator afterwards. Moreover, various exercises can be taught to the receiver to do “at home,” hence continuing the therapeutic work that needs to be done.
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