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Thai Yoga Therapeutics with Cynthia

Cynthia has just completed a 2 month Thai Yoga training course in Chiang Mai Thailand and is now a Certified Thai Yoga Therapeutics Practitioner.
Along with her training included An overview of the 3 basic massage lines and 10 Major Sen (energy) Lines, Herbal Treatment and Steambath, and 60 hours of Therapeutic Massage Techniques where they practiced over 20 protocols for the most common ailments. Therapeutic Sessions include Breathing techniques for the practitioner and patient, alignment, and the use of Thai Pressure Points for relieving Back, Neck, Shoulder, Hip, Leg and ankle pain or displacement due to previous or even unknown injuries. She also offers treatments for Migraines, Menstruation pain, Stomach issues, wrist, hand and finger problems.
Cynthia studies at The Sunshine Massage School in Chiang Mai Thailand. Sunshine Massage School was Founded by the Western Teacher, Yogi and Buddhist Monk, Asokananda (Harald Brust). Asokanada believed that one should approach a more holistic and homeopathic cure for common ailments, turning to exercise and nutrition, and plant based remedies instead of the expensive “Miracle cures” found in chemical composed pills in the West. Arriving in Asia during the mid 1980’s he found that most Easterners could not afford Western Medicine and that in Villages in Thailand they were practicing the healing Art of Thai Massage to keep fit and healthy which was unseen by the City folk who had only seen the ancient Art of Thai Massage being diminished and lost to Prostitution in the Big City Brothels..
Asokananda was the first Westerner to write a Published book about Thai Massage “The art of Traditional Thai Massage” (1990, Ed. Duang Kamol) It was the first book ever written about the art of massage even in Thailand, where it arose the interest about this healing practice which unfortunately was, at the time, only known to a few real masters.
Thai Yoga Therapeutics is based on a 2500 year old Healing System founded by The Ayurvedic Doctor from India known as Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha. Jivaka was a close friend of the Buddha and the physician of the Buddhist Sangha to which the Buddha overseen. This type of healing Massage along with Buddhism is believed to have arrived in Thailand as early as the 3rd or 2nd century B.C. It is unknown whether there was any native form of massage in the region before that time and is also unknown how much Chinese concepts of Acupuncture, Acupressure or other traditional medicine influenced the practice of Massage in Thailand.
Thai Massage is also known as Thai Yoga Therapeutics and its traditional Thai name “Nuad Boran” meaning “Ancient Massage”
Cynthia will be returning from her SouthEastern Asian Adventures in November and is Pre-booking Appointments now.


***Introductory Offer***
NOW thru Christmas all Sessions are $60 an hour!
{Excludes Reiki and Herbal Compress}
Plus Reffer 2 friends and receive your next Session FREE!
Please fill out the Contact form below for more details.


Thai Yoga Menu

Traditional Thai

For a Complete Body Relaxation from your toes to your hair follicle / 1.5 + hours


Emphasis on Therapy Points and Ailments (price varies on protocol)

Herbal Compress Treatment (Luk Pra Kob)

a hot Herbal Compress Massage for the relief of pain and inflammation to nourish and soften the skin and muscles / 60min-90min

Prenatal Relaxation

Individualized Therapy planned specifically for your growing body's needs (TRP is not recommended) 90mins+

Restorative Yoga with Thai Therapeutics and Reiki

An individualized slow flow yoga class designed specifically for your body's needs. Using Props, assists, stretches, Reiki and Aromatherapy. A hands on experience.


Therapeutic or Relaxation 30min


Therapeutic or Relaxation 30min


The Healing Touch 60min/90min

Herbal Steam Bath

Coming Soon!

Schedule Your Session


***Introductory Offer***
NOW thru Christmas all Sessions are $60 an hour!
{Excludes Reiki and Herbal Compress}
Plus Reffer 2 friends and receive your next Session FREE!
Please fill out the Contact form above for more details.


Luk Pra Kob


Within each Luk Pra Kob herbal ball is a Thai herbal combination which has been traditionally used for its anti-inflammatory properties for over 400 years. Consisting of a blend of traditional Medicinal Herbs wrapped in Cotton and applied to the body as a hot compress for the relief of pain and inflammation to nourish and soften the skin, and loosen up tight muscles and joints.
The herbs can be fresh or dried (fresh takes longer to prepare) they are wrapped up in Muslim and Cotton and then placed on a steamer at temperatures above 100ºcelsius preparing 2-3 balls to circulate out to heat up again once one cools.

This Treatment is used to
•Relieve skin allergies • Improve Complexion • Relieve Stomachache • Relieve Muscle and Joint Pain • Relieves Swelling • Prevent and Alleviate Bruising • Anti Fungal • Antibacterial • Detoxification • Improves congestion • Clears colds, coughs,  and bronchitis • Clears and relaxes the mind.

A Thai Herbal Steambath is recommended before the Massage to open up the poors and prepare the body for the treatment. It is also recommended to wait a couple hours after the treatment to bathe so that the “medicine” can be absorbed completely.
This can be combined with a Therapeutic Massage to loosen up the muscles and problem area before Massage Treatment.