This program will guide participants to develop the ability to use hands-on contact as an effective and efficient agent for informing and instructing students.
Thai Yoga students will learn the primary techniques of Nuad Boran, which has its roots in Buddhism, Tantric Yoga, Hatha Yoga and Ayurveda practices that migrated to Thailand as Buddhist culture spread along the trade routes of Southeast Asia. Nuad Boran helps develop hand and body dexterity, while cultivating sensitivity to be present and responsive to in-the-moment-changes that happen in a student’s and client’s body during a yoga practice or Thai session.
The Thai Yoga courses intend to teach only basic Thai Yoga techniques and philosophy. This training track does not intend to replace attending Massage/Bodywork school to meet qualifications for National/State Massage License Law requirements. Most of the courses in this track offer CEUs for NCBTMB.
Curriculum – 222 hours total Coursework: 156 hours
- Holding Space: Developing Skills for Presence and Touch – 20 hours
- Anatomy for Yoga Practitioners and Teachers – 34 hours
- Thai Yoga Basics – 34 hours
- Thai Sen Lines – 34 hours
- Thai Sequences and Transitions – 34 hours (Prerequisite: Thai Yoga Basics AND Thai Sen Lines)
Practicum: 66 hours
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The Pranakriya School of Yoga Healing Arts is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to teaching the ancient and contemporary practices of yoga to enhance the lives of individuals.