Traditional Thai YOGA 

The Hermits Self-Healing practices

                                     

 Father of Thai massage " Jivaka Kumar Bhacca" 

Father of Thai massage " Jivaka Kumar Bhacca" 

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Thai Hermits Yoga is Ascetics self-healing and strengthening for pain relief by using traditional Thai self massage with yoga posture with Breath holding exercise. It is the pranayama technique that creates hypoxia the fastest and breath holding called Kumbhaka in pranayama is one of the most revered techniques for controlling energy in your body.

In Thai called "RueSri-Datton"  In Thai culture we follow the exercise and believe in the beginning of Thai Massage practice.

True yogis speak of the importance of slowing down your breath in order to experience optimum health and mental clarity. 

 The founding father of Thai massage is an Ayurvedic doctor named Jivaka Kumar Bhacca, who is revered to this day throughout Thailand as the Father of Thai Medicine

from over 2500 years ago. He was from northern India and personal physician of the Buddha.  

Thai Massage is one of the four branches of Traditional Thai medicine. It is a healing technique that was practiced before doctors. The massage involves deep massage and stretching and it happens on the floor on a firm mattress or a mat. It is a therapeutic procedure that provides relaxation and restores healthy blood circulation. It also treats energy blockages, weak, dysfunctional organs, aches and pains, stress and tension, flexibility, paralysis, nerve problems and postural alignments.

Thai massages a world known technique. It reached the United States in the late 1980s.

Thai Yoga therapy $180/Session 

Thai Yoga therapy—traditionally known as "nuat phaen boran" and literally means the ancient-manner of massage—involves stretching and deep massage. This form of bodywork  be performed on mat. The client wears comfortable clothes that allow for free movement and comfort and no oils or creams are used.

Benefit & Technique

Thai yoga bodywork in a similar way to regular yoga poses. As participants hold a pose, blood slows to targeted areas. When the yogi releases the pose, fresh circulation rushes back into the area. Twisting and inverted Thai yoga massage positions, such as plough, shoulder stand and spinal twist, are particularly effective in refreshing circulation. According to "Yoga Journal," inverted poses can help with lymphatic drainage, the return of blood to the heart and digestion.