This week I share some stories of Thai Massage students in New Hampshire who came together and dedicated their practice massages to raising money for charity. It’s amazing how much they accomplished in the 2 months after completing Thai 101.
I think this is the most amazing thing I’ve ever watched. At least it feels that way. Most of the time I post about things directly related to Thai Massage, but sometimes I have to share a post like this and go a little deeper.
In this blog & video I introduce some of the teachings of one of my teachers, Paul Grilley. He has an incredible ability of presenting anatomy principles in a way that is laid back, fun, profound and crystal clear.
In this video I give an overview of how to give a Thai Massage to someone with fibromyalgia.
In this blog video post, I share my story of a recent injury and some important rules to consider when treating clients who present themselves with injuries. I talk about the acronym -RICER and explain why you want to consider this before massaging clients or loved ones and family members.
In this video I give you an overview of what Fascia is and why it is important to treat the fascia as part of any advanced Thai Massage treatment.
Do you know that feeling when you hear someone talk and the truth just lights you up? It helps show you the way or confirms some kind of meaning in your life…
I want to share with you this amazing teaching that one of my teachers recently shared with me called the discipline of gratitude
There are so many vital components that are part of amazing relationships that it is hard to pick out just one thing. But if you ask around you’ll certainly hear many possibilities. What I keep coming back to is communication
I was lucky enough to meet and massage Jenna at the Toronto Yoga Conference a couple of months before she died. This article links to a great story about what her husband is doing to honor her life and how you can help too! One thing I love about this story that is so inspiring […]