Traditional Thai Massage with Jill Burynski
Thai massage practitioners typically use a variation of different sequences of techniques on clients, who are on the floor, on a mat, fully clothed, either in supine, seated, side or prone position.
Jill Burynski took her first Thai massage course in 2001. “I felt as though I had met my massage soul mate,” she says. Learn the basics of Thai massage with Jill Burynski at the AMTA 2017 National Convention, September 14-16 in Pasadena, California!
Traditional Thai Massage (Hands-on) | 4 CE Credits
Friday, September 15, 8am – Noon | Pasadena, California
Jill Burynski is a nationally recognized Thai massage teacher. Since 2008, she has certified massage therapists nationwide and in Thailand. She is a graduate of the Old Medicine Hospital and ITM in Chiang Mai and she owns and operates Town Mountain Massage Therapy in Asheville, North Carolina.
Curious about Thai massage? This introduction will review the theory and history of Thai massage, as well as the benefits for both the client and practitioner. Learn signature Thai moves that you can easily add to your table massage.
Materials Required: Massage table, loose fitting clothing
This continuing education session is full, but explore the other great CE sessions at the AMTA 2017 National Convention!
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Don’t miss out on the largest conference in the massage therapy profession! Earn 18+ CE credits, network and explore new products for your massage practice.
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