Innovated, developed and first taught by Dr. Anthony James as a specialty practice to help Massage Therapists with hand and arm stress and disability… Now widely emulated, this unique program shows you in details how to do professional sessions and virtually never have to use your hands! Save your self from Carpal Tunnel and repetitive stress disorders so common in today’s massage world by learning how to work hands free! Knock off courses will try to charge you for this training… it is always free and included at no charge in every CTP.
It is quite possible to do entire Vinyassa and treatment sessions and literally not touch the client with your hands! Hands free Indigenous Thai Yoga Therapy variations and Asana based techniques are demonstrated for all major Vinyasa and Attitudes of the body such as Supine, Side Lying Positions, Prone and Seated.
Want to save your hands? Want or need to reduce or eliminate hand and arm stress from your healing sessions? How valuable would that be for your career and longevity as a healer? Since we first offered this SomaVeda® Hands Free Thai Yoga Therapy and Hands Free Thai Massage alternative training in 1992, we have never charged separately for it. Another reason SomaVeda® serves both you and your clients.
Walking Yoga is a form of traditional Yoga Therapy using almost exclusively the feet and legs to literally stand on or walk on the client. Both free standing and “Walker Style” support methods and variations are practiced. Walking SomaVeda® Thai Yoga therapy reduces strain and the disparity between large, extra-large and small clients. It’s the easiest way in the world to do Thai Yoga Massage to large or muscular clients without effort. No expensive bars, rails, over head construction or special equipment needed unlike other stand up bodywork methods.
SomaVeda® Hands Free/ No Hands Massage techniques and the innovations of proven classical therapeutic applications based on Traditional Thai Medical Massage will immediately change the way you work forever! Learn Thai Yoga and find out why this practice is as good for the practitioner as it is for the receiver!