Course Code: 2013_MBF_1DAY
Start Date: Jun 2, 2013
End Date: Jun 2, 2013
Start Time: 7:00 AM
End Time: 5:00 PM
Location: Hilton Minneapolis
1001 Marquette Avenue South
MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55403
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Self Parking: $13/day
Valet Parking: $23/day
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Total Seats: 30 (6 available)
Contact Name: Yogafit Corporate Office
This training is not currently available.
The art of Thai yoga therapy combines acupressure, gentle rhythmic massage, deep stretching, and gentle twisting. Thai yoga therapy is a healing art that combines massage and yoga asana with an emphasis on a meditation practice. The purpose of this practice is “loving kindness.” The movements and practice of Thai yoga therapy are a valuable compliment for yoga teachers.
The One Day Workshop will introduce the participant to the artful practice of Thai Yoga Therapy, covering touch techniques, body positions, assisted yoga postures and working energy lines. The participant will be able to improve their "hands on" technique for their class adjustments, add a Thai Yoga assist in class if appropriate or put together a simple one-on-one session of basic Thai Yoga Therapy techniques.
YogaFit Thai Energy Manual
Required Materials: mat, blanket, and pillow
1-Day Course (usually from 8am-6pm; times may vary)
The Early Bird cut- off date is one month PRIOR to the scheduled training date. Late Pricing goes into effect when registering 7 days or less before the training Date.
TBD – Currently in the application process
Certification: A "Certificate of Completion" will be presented at the end of the training or be mailed to you, once the application process is complete.
Prerequisites: Level 1
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