Northern Style Level 1

Northern Style

Level One Training

2017 Course Dates

The Yoga Yurt – 16283 SW Scholls Ferry Rd

Beaverton, Oregon

Please contact David Weitzer at 503-964-2118 for registration info.

Saturday March 18 – 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Sunday March 19 – 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

$325 for 16 OR & WA CE Hours

*If you have taken any level 1 course you are eligible to be a Teaching Assistant. If you are interested in being a T.A. please contact David Weitzer via Email: info@traditionalthaimassage.org

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The practical expression of loving kindness can be traced to Thailand more than 2500 years ago from the Vajrayana or Diamond Healing Lineage of Tibet. Thai massage technique incorporates elements of mindfulness, gentle rocking, deep stretching, and rhythmic compression to create a singular healing experience. This introductory workshop is suitable for new students, Yoga teachers’ or practitioners seeking an alternative modality from a spiritual perspective. The course covers the basic concepts of hands-on healing in a balanced session as well as good body mechanics. At the end of this course the student will have hands-on experience in the five steps in preparation for the massage, including checking in and developing sensitivity to the Pulses of the Body. This yoga-derived system allows the practitioner or teacher to gain a three-dimensional perspective on facilitating and participating in another’s healing process. Please wear loose clothing; participants remain fully clothed for the process.

David Weitzer, LMT, has been a student and practitioner of massage since 1976 with training in Jin Shin Do, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Sports Massage and is a Certified Yoga Instructor. David has focused in on Traditional Thai Massage since 1990 and became a Certified Instructor in 1996. With his experience in teaching yoga and massage, David brings a holistic approach to his classes which enhances awareness, body mechanics, and honors the sacred nature of hands-on healing