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Thai Yoga massage is a unique and powerful healing art that has been an integral part of traditional Thai medicine for thousands of years. It is a truly wonderful experience for both giver and receiver as energy blockages are released, boundaries dissolve and deep healing occurs in a space of presence and meditation. In a unique way, Thai massage blends elements of acupressure, yoga, reflexology, physiotherapy, meditation, energy healing, chiropractic and Ayurveda. It's a very holistic therapy where the human being is seen and treated as an ever-changing network of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects that all influence each other.
The maximum participants in the group is 10.
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You can chill at the beach, walk the beach or jungle trails, swimming, surfing, read or nap in hammock, enjoy a massage, meditate & more in Bali.
Eva is a traveler, yogi, surfer, and a Thai yoga massage therapist since 2000. During her travels, she has studied with many different yoga teachers and experienced several styles of yoga and body awareness. In 2008, she traveled to Bali to study massage therapy and fell in love with Thai yoga massage. It is an ancient healing art where she found a meeting point between her main interests: yoga, meditation, and massage.
Desa Lalalingah, also known as Balian beach is a quiet black sanded beach in Bali, Indonesia. It is located in the west coast and a one hour drive north Tabanan.
A perfect place to relax in Bali far away from the crazy Kuta or the busy Ubud. Here you can still appreciate the beauty of the nature with the gentleness of the Balinese culture.
For this course you will enjoy the quietness of a beautiful private property. A magic yoga platform that will accompany us through the learning of the ancient healing art of Thai massage.
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Three lovely healthy vegetarian Indonesian meals. Lots of spinach, tempeh, tofu, cereals, red rice and coconut milk, fresh papayas, seasonal fruits and magic herbal teas.