What is Thai Assisted Yoga?
- Nuad Borarn Vedic Thai Yoga Bodywork is viewed as a martial art of healing. It can create instant positive results!
- In Thailand, bodywork is utilized medicinally to remedy the most common ailments such as emotional stress and physical inertia
- Thai Yoga sessions inspire the soul and tranquilize the body
- You start in a grounded, peaceful prone position, centering your breath and finding harmony within
- Sessions last around 2 hours, during which there is a surrendering release, which allows deep physical and mental ‘openings’
- Flowing, rhythmic compressions by the Giver (me), using the feet, knees, palms, elbows, forearms and fingers are blended with stretching positions called ‘asanas’
- Breath control, ‘pranayama’, effectively produce a balanced and harmonious symbiotic communication, integrating the body’s vital systems, including mechanical-musculoskeletal, electrical-neural, chemical-glandular
- Typically performed on the floor using thick pads for the body’s support and comfort
- The Giver will use her own bodyweight and body mechanics
- The Receiver (you!) may start in a prone position, then will move into supine and side-lying, even seated
- In a Vedic Thai Massage-Assisted Yoga session the Receiver wears loose-fitting or stretchy clothing that the body to move. No oils are needed
- The techniques used work far beneath the surface of the body, effecting the deeper layers of the muscles and skeleton
- Sessions are routinely modified to include sensitivities addressing acute and chronic conditions, including: herniated disks, subluxations, muscle strain, joint replacements, surgeries, and pregnancy
TRIGGER POINT TECHNIQUE
If you’ve ever received a massage, and the therapist finds ‘that spot’ that sends you through the roof, you’ve just experienced a trigger point. We have them throughout our bodies. They appear through the simple act of living. Everyone has them throughout their bodies.
I think of them as little areas of congestion. Or knots. These knots end up tightening the muscle tissue around them, and that in turns pulls your joints out of whack. Stretching does nothing to eliminate those knots. That’s where TPT enters the picture.
TPT is a unique technique that utilizes small balls and rollers of various density. By placing these tools near joints, and using a movement pattern for that area, those knots start to break up, thus releasing their grip on the surrounding muscles.
TPT is a self-massage technique. I will guide you through the process step-by-step
TPT has seen remarkable results with everyone from professional athletes to the infirm and aged
The results are immediate
Private sessions range from 1-2 hours
- Vedic Thai Yoga $125* per session*
- Trigger Point Technique $95/hr * Price includes Therapy Balls!
*Additional cost for travel over 25 minutes from New Hope, PA.