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The Foundations of Thai Massage/Thai Yoga Bodywork Class, St. Charles, IL – Begins Oct. 8, 2016

Thai Massage Class, Geneva, IL 2013

The Foundations of Thai Massage/Thai Yoga Bodywork 30 Hour Class

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Teachers

  • Pati Starzynski, LMT, RTT, CYT
  • Carl Vigilante, LMT, CYT

Dates

  • October 8th & 15th
  • November 5th & 6th
  • December 10th

Days

  • Saturdays & Sundays

Time

  • 9:30am – 6:30pm
  • An additional 4 hours will be scheduled on the final day, December 10th for students to demonstrate a full 90 minute Thai Massage session

Location

  • Saint Charles, IL

Continuing Education

  • 30 CE’s for massage therapists through NCBTMB (Provider #451571-11)

Cost

  • $600

To Register or For More Information

  • Call Pati: (630) 618-8896
  • Email

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Learn Thai Massage in a supportive, relaxed and playful environment. In this hands-on class, participants will learn the body mechanics and techniques necessary to give a relaxed and flowing Thai Massage. Traditional Thai Massage, called Nuad Boran in the Thai language, is also known in the West as Thai Yoga Bodywork or Thai Bodywork. It uses the techniques of leaning pressure, compression along energy lines, joint mobilization and traction, as well as passive yoga-like stretches to increase flexibility and joint range of motion, reduce muscle tension and pain, calm the nervous system and deepen an overall sense of well-being.

Thai massage is done on a mat on the floor. It is helpful that participants have good body awareness and are comfortable moving at times on their knees. The class is open to massage therapists, yoga teachers and students, as well as to anyone with a desire to care for others using the therapeutic techniques of Thai Massage. Massage Therapists will receive 50 CE’s towards their continuing education requirements.

Overview

This class will take place over four weekends. The first 3 weekends will be 15 hours each. The last weekend, a Sunday, will be 5 hours, making a total of 50 hours of classroom time. Students will learn 3 routines, each one a little longer and built upon the previous sequence. After completion, participants will be able to give a 1½ to 2 hour Thai Massage. Most of the time will be spent doing hands-on practice. But the class will include discussions on history, theory, anatomy, benefits and contraindications, body mechanics, alignment, leverage and moving from the center, energy and sen lines, breathing and self-care. Each student will receive an instruction manual and DVD of all 3 routines and a certificate of completion.

Following is a brief class outline…

First Weekend – 15 Hours

Learn a 45 minute to 1 hour Thai Massage routine. Included is a manual and DVD of the routine. Discussion on history and theory, benefits and contra-indications, breathing, self-care, body mechanics, alignment, leverage and moving from the center.

Second Weekend – 15 Hours

Build on the previous routine, adding additional moves to the sequence, increasing the routine to 1 to 1 1/2 hours in length. Included is a second manual and DVD of the expanded routine. Discussion on anatomy, energy and sen lines.

Final Weekend – 5 Hours

Review, practice time, Q & A, students demonstrate a full 1 to 1 1/2 hour routine and receive certificates.

About The Teachers

Pati has been a massage therapist and has been teaching yoga since 1994. She is a graduate of the Healing Arts Center in St. Louis, MO and the Ashland Institute of Massage in Ashland, OR. She studied Thai Massage with D’Vorah Schwarzman in Ashland, OR, at the Chicago School of Thai Massage and with Pichest Boonthamme in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Pati is an Illinois licensed massage therapist. She is nationally certified and an approved provider for continuing education through NCBTMB (Provider #451571-11), is a registered Thai therapist through Thai Healing Alliance International and is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. She is a certified yoga teacher through the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA.

Carl received his degree in nursing from Rogue Community College in grants Pass, OR in 1996 and became an Oregon licensed massage therapist in 1999. He has studied Thai massage with Pati Starzynski since 2006. Carl has been an Illinois licensed massage therapist since 2009. He is a graduate of National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL, is nationally certified through NCBTMB and is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. Carl is also a certified yoga teacher through the Himalayan Yoga and Meditation Center in Palatine, IL.

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Approved Provider for Continuing Education through National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork Approved Provider for Continuing Education through NCBTMB

The Foundations of Thai Massage/Thai Yoga Bodywork Class, Geneva, IL – Begins May 14, 2016

Thai Massage Class - "Setting up for guiding into plow" (Photo by Jon Mohr)

 Teachers

  • Pati Starzynski, LMT, RTT, CYT
  • Carl Vigilante, LMT, CYT

Dates and Times

  • May 14th & 15th
  • June 11th & 12th
  • July 9th & 10th
  • August 7th

Days

  • Saturdays & Sundays

Time

  • 9:30am – 6:30pm
  • An additional 5 hours will be scheduled on the final day,August 7th, for students to demonstrate a full 90 minute Thai Massage session

Location

  • Geneva, IL

Continuing Education

  • 50 CE’s for massage therapists through NCBTMB (Provider #451571-11)

Cost

  • $900

To Register or For More Information

  • Call Pati: (630) 618-8896
  • Email

Learn Thai Massage in a supportive, relaxed and playful environment. In this hands-on class, participants will learn the body mechanics and techniques necessary to give a relaxed and flowing Thai Massage. Traditional Thai Massage, called Nuad Boran in the Thai language, is also known in the West as Thai Yoga Bodywork or Thai Bodywork. It uses the techniques of leaning pressure, compression along energy lines, joint mobilization and traction, as well as passive yoga-like stretches to increase flexibility and joint range of motion, reduce muscle tension and pain, calm the nervous system and deepen an overall sense of well-being.

Thai massage is done on a mat on the floor. It is helpful that participants have good body awareness and are comfortable moving at times on their knees. The class is open to massage therapists, yoga teachers and students, as well as to anyone with a desire to care for others using the therapeutic techniques of Thai Massage. Massage Therapists will receive 50 CE’s towards their continuing education requirements.

Overview

This class will take place over four weekends. The first 3 weekends will be 15 hours each. The last weekend, a Sunday, will be 5 hours, making a total of 50 hours of classroom time. Students will learn 3 routines, each one a little longer and built upon the previous sequence. After completion, participants will be able to give a 1½ to 2 hour Thai Massage. Most of the time will be spent doing hands-on practice. But the class will include discussions on history, theory, anatomy, benefits and contraindications, body mechanics, alignment, leverage and moving from the center, energy and sen lines, breathing and self-care. Each student will receive an instruction manual and DVD of all 3 routines and a certificate of completion.

Following is a brief class outline…

First Weekend – 15 Hours

Learn a 45 minute to 1 hour Thai massage routine. Included is a manual and DVD of the routine. Discussion on history and theory, benefits and contra-indications, breathing, self-care, body mechanics, alignment, leverage and moving from the center.

Second Weekend – 15 Hours

Build on the previous routine, adding additional moves to the sequence, increasing the routine to 1 to 1 1/2 hours in length. Included is a second manual and DVD of the expanded routine. Discussion on anatomy, energy and sen lines.

Third Weekend – 15 Hours

Continue to build on the previous routine with additional moves, increasing the length to 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Included is a third manual and DVD of the longest routine. Further discussion on energy and sen lines.

Final Weekend – 5 Hours

Review, practice time, Q & A, students demonstrate a full 1 1/2 hour routine and receive certificates.

About The Teachers

Pati has been a massage therapist and has been teaching yoga since 1994. She is a graduate of the Healing Arts Center in St. Louis, MO and the Ashland Institute of Massage in Ashland, OR. She studied Thai Massage with D’Vorah Schwarzman in Ashland, OR, at the Chicago School of Thai Massage and with Pichest Boonthamme in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Pati is an Illinois licensed massage therapist. She is nationally certified and an approved provider for continuing education through NCBTMB (Provider #451571-11), is a registered Thai therapist through Thai Healing Alliance International and is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. She is a certified yoga teacher through the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA.

Carl received his degree in nursing from Rogue Community College in grants Pass, OR in 1996 and became an Oregon licensed massage therapist in 1999. He has studied Thai massage with Pati Starzynski since 2006. Carl has been a licensed massage therapist since 2009. He is a graduate of National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL, is nationally certified through NCBTMB and is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. Carl is also a certified yoga teacher through the Himalayan Yoga and Meditation Center in Palatine, IL.

Approved Provider for Continuing Education through National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork Approved Provider for Continuing Education through NCBTMB

50 Hour – The Foundations of Thai Massage/Thai Yoga Bodywork Class, Elkhart, IN – Begins May 16th, 2015

Thai Massage Class - "Palm press and stretch the hamstrings" (Photo by Jon Mohr)

 Teachers

  • Pati Starzynski, LMT, RTT, CYT
  • Carl Vigilante, LMT, CYT

Dates and Times

  • May 16th & 17th
  • June 13th & 14th
  • July 11th & 12th
  • August 2nd

Days

  • Saturdays & Sundays

Time

  • 9:30am – 6:30pm
  • On the final day, August 2nd, 11am – 4pm, students will demonstrate a full 90 minute Thai Massage session

Location

  • Elkhart, IN

Continuing Education

  • 50 CE’s for massage therapists through NCBTMB (Provider #451571-11)

Cost

  • $800 – If paid by April 30th
  • Pay by check – Mail to One Point Connection, 1100 Geneva Rd., #39B, Saint Charles, IL 60174
  • Or pay on-line

  • $900 – If paid after April 30th
  • Payment plan available – $300 May 16th, $300 June 13th, $300 July 11th

To Register or For More Information

  • Call Pati: (630) 618-8896
  • Email

Learn Thai Massage in a supportive, relaxed and playful environment. In this hands-on class, participants will learn the body mechanics and techniques necessary to give a relaxed and flowing Thai Massage. Traditional Thai Massage, called Nuad Boran in the Thai language, is also known in the West as Thai Yoga Bodywork or Thai Bodywork. It uses the techniques of leaning pressure, compression along energy lines, joint mobilization and traction, as well as passive yoga-like stretches to increase flexibility and joint range of motion, reduce muscle tension and pain, calm the nervous system and deepen an overall sense of well-being.

Thai massage is done on a mat on the floor. It is helpful that participants have good body awareness and are comfortable moving at times on their knees. The class is open to massage therapists, yoga teachers and students, as well as to anyone with a desire to care for others using the therapeutic techniques of Thai Massage. Massage Therapists will receive 50 CE’s towards their continuing education requirements.

Overview

This class will take place over four weekends. The first 3 weekends will be 15 hours each. The last weekend, a Sunday, will be 5 hours, making a total of 50 hours of classroom time. Students will learn 3 routines, each one a little longer and built upon the previous sequence. After completion, participants will be able to give a 1½ to 2 hour Thai Massage. Most of the time will be spent doing hands-on practice. But the class will include discussions on history, theory, anatomy, benefits and contraindications, body mechanics, alignment, leverage and moving from the center, energy and sen lines, breathing and self-care. Each student will receive an instruction manual and DVD of all 3 routines and a certificate of completion.

Following is a brief class outline…

First Weekend – 15 Hours

Learn a 45 minute to 1 hour Thai massage routine. Included is a manual and DVD of the routine. Discussion on history and theory, benefits and contra-indications, breathing, self-care, body mechanics, alignment, leverage and moving from the center.

Second Weekend – 15 Hours

Build on the previous routine, adding additional moves to the sequence, increasing the routine to 1 to 1 1/2 hours in length. Included is a second manual and DVD of the expanded routine. Discussion on anatomy, energy and sen lines.

Third Weekend – 15 Hours

Continue to build on the previous routine with additional moves, increasing the length to 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Included is a third manual and DVD of the longest routine. Further discussion on energy and sen lines.

Final Weekend – 5 Hours

Review, practice time, Q & A, students demonstrate a full 1 1/2 hour routine and receive certificates.

About The Teachers

Pati has been a massage therapist and has been teaching yoga since 1994. She is a graduate of the Healing Arts Center in St. Louis, MO and the Ashland Institute of Massage in Ashland, OR. She studied Thai Massage with D’Vorah Schwarzman in Ashland, OR, at the Chicago School of Thai Massage and with Pichest Boonthamme in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Pati is an Illinois licensed massage therapist. She is nationally certified and an approved provider for continuing education through NCBTMB (Provider #451571-11), is a registered Thai therapist through Thai Healing Alliance International and is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. She is a certified yoga teacher through the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA.

Carl received his degree in nursing from Rogue Community College in grants Pass, OR in 1996 and became an Oregon licensed massage therapist in 1999. He has studied Thai massage with Pati Starzynski since 2006. Carl has been a licensed massage therapist since 2009. Hi is a graduate of National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL, is nationally certified through NCBTMB and is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. Carl is also a certified yoga teacher through the Himalayan Yoga and Meditation Center in Palatine, IL.

Approved Provider for Continuing Education through National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork Approved Provider for Continuing Education through NCBTMB

Winter Yoga Classes at First Congregational Church of Geneva, IL – January 5th to March 3rd, 2015

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Winter Yoga Classes with Patricia Starzynski, CYT

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Mondays – Level 2

  • January 5th to March 2nd – 9:00am to 10:15am

Tuesdays – Level 1

  • January 6th to March 3rd – 9:30am to 10:45am

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Cost:

  • $70
  •  Missed classes can be made up during the Winter session
  •  $15 drop-in fee

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Location:

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To Register or For More Information:

  • Call Pati: 630-618-8896
  • Email

Reiki Level I Class, November 9th, 2014

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Reiki Level I Class with Pati Starzynski, LMT

“Rei” is the universal boundless aspect of energy. “Ki” is the life force energy that is in us and around us. “Reiki” is the spiritually guided life force energy that brings the body, mind, and spirit into harmony and balance. Reiki is a healing art as well as an avenue for personal growth. A Reiki treatment promotes relaxation, reduces stress and pain, and creates an overall sense of well being. There are 3 levels of Reiki training and a Master-Teacher level.

Reiki Level I class consists of history, theory, introduction to the energy and chakra systems, the application of Reiki in daily life, how to give self-treatment and how to give a treatment to others. Students learn technuques to enhance the flow of their energy. A guided meditation prepares the student for receiving the Reiki I attunement. The attunement opens the crown, heart and hand chakras to the spiritually guided life force energy, allowing the student to become a facilitator for channeling Reiki healing energy. This starts a 21 day cleansing cycle of the 7 major chakras. Ample time is allotted for students to practice giving and receiving Reiki treatments. Students receive the book, Reiki the Healing Touch by William Rand and a Reiki I certificate of completion.

Pati, a graduate of the Healing Arts Center in St. Louis, MO and the Ashland Institute of Massage in Ashland, OR, has been a massage therapist and yoga instructor since 1994. Her spiritual and personal growth took a quantum leap following her Reiki Level I attunement and a ruptured appendix in 1995. She became a Reiki Master/Teacher in 1996. Today, Pati practices Reiki, knowing that teaching and healing one another is an expression of the highest spiritual principle……loving unconditionally.

Date:

  • November 9th, 2014

Time:

  • 10am-3pm

Location:

  • The Honeybee Wellness Center
  • 115 Campbell Street, Geneva, IL 60134
  • Map & Directions

Cost: $100, Vegetarian Lunch Included

Continuing Education

  • 5 CE’s for massage therapists through NCBTMB (Provider #451571-11)

To Register:

The Foundations of Thai Massage/Thai Yoga Bodywork: Level 1 – 15 Hour Class – September 27th & 28th, 2014

Thai Massage Class - "Stretch the legs, guiding the knee to chest" (Photo

Teachers

  • Pati Starzynski, LMT, RTT, CYT
  • Carl Vigilante, LMT, CYT

Dates

  • September 27th & 28th, 2014

Days

  • Saturday & Sunday

Time

  • 9:30am – 6:30pm Saturday
  • 9:30am – 6:30pm Sunday

Location

Continuing Education

  • 15 CE’s for massage therapists through NCBTMB (Provider #451571-11)

Cost

  • $300

Pay Now

To Register or for More Information

Learn Thai Massage in a supportive, relaxed and playful environment. In this hands-on class, participants will learn the body mechanics and techniques necessary to give a relaxed and flowing Thai Massage. Traditional Thai Massage, also known as Thai Yoga Bodywork uses the techniques of leaning pressure, compression along energy lines, joint mobilization and traction, as well as passive yoga-like stretches to increase flexibility and joint range of motion, reduce muscle tension and pain, calm the nervous system and deepen an overall sense of well-being.

Thai Massage is done on a mat on the floor. It is helpful that participants have good body awareness and are comfortable moving at times on their knees. After completing this 15 hour class, participants will be able to give a 45 minute to 1 hour Thai Massage. Each participant will receive an instructional manual, DVD and certificate of completion. The class is open to massage therapists, yoga teachers and students, as well as anyone with a desire to care for others using the therapeutic techniques of Thai Massage. Massage Therapists will receive 15 CE’s towards their continuing education requirements.

Pati has been a massage therapist and has been teaching yoga since 1994. She is a graduate of the Healing Arts Center in St. Louis, MO and the Ashland Institute of Massage in Ashland, OR. She studied Thai Massage with D’Vorah Schwarzman in Ashland, OR, at the Chicago School of Thai Massage and with Pichest Boonthamme in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Pati is an Illinois licensed massage therapist. She is nationally certified and an approved provider for continuing education through NCBTMB (Provider #451571-11), is a registered Thai therapist through Thai Healing Alliance International and is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. She is a certified yoga teacher through the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA.

Carl received his degree in nursing from Rogue Community College in grants Pass, OR in 1996 and became an Oregon licensed massage therapist in 1999. He has studied Thai massage with Pati Starzynski since 2006. Carl is a graduate of National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL, and has been an Illinois licensed massage therapist since 2009. He is nationally certified through NCBTMB and is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. Carl is a certified yoga teacher through the Himalayan Yoga and Meditation Center in Palatine, IL.

Approved Provider for Continuing Education through National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork
Approved Provider for Continuing Education through NCBTMB

Summer Yoga Classes at First Congregational Church of Geneva, IL – July 14th to August 26th, 2014

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Summer Yoga Classes with Patricia Starzynski, CYT

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Mondays – Level 2

– July14th to August 25th

– 9:00am to 10:15am

– 7 weeks

 

Tuesdays – Level 1

– July 15th to August 26th

– 9:30am to 10:45am

– 7 weeks

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Cost:

– $70 (7 week session)

– Missed classes can be made up during the Summer session

– $15 drop-in fee

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Location:

– First Congregational Church

– 321 Hamilton Street, Geneva, IL

– Map & Directions

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To Register:

– Call Pati: 630-618-8896

– Email

 

Early Summer Yoga Classes at First Congregational Church of Geneva, IL – June 2nd to July 8th, 2014

 

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Early Summer Yoga Classes with Patricia Starzynski, CYT

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Mondays – Level 2

– June 2nd to July 7th

– 9:00am to 10:15am

– 6 weeks

 

Tuesdays – Level 1

– June 3rd to July 8th

– 9:30am to 10:45am

– 6 weeks

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Cost:

– $60 (6 week session)

– Missed classes can be made up during the Summer session

– $15 drop-in fee

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Location:

– First Congregational Church

– 321 Hamilton Street, Geneva, IL

– Map & Directions

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To Register:

– Call Pati: 630-618-8896

– Email

Spring Yoga Classes at First Congregational Church of Geneva, IL – April 7th to May 20th, 2014

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Spring Yoga Classes – Patricia Starzynski, CYT

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Location:

– First Congregational Church, 321 Hamilton Street, Geneva, IL

– Map & Directions

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Mondays – Level 2

– April 7th to May 19th

– 9:00am to 10:15am

– 7 weeks

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Tuesdays – Level 1

– April 8th to May 20th

– 9:30am to 10:45am

– 7 weeks
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Cost:

– $70 ( 7 week session)

– Missed classes can be made up during the Spring session

– $15 drop-in fee

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To Register:

– Call Pati: 630-618-8896

– Email

30 Hour – Thai Massage / Thai Yoga Bodywork Class in St. Charles, IL – Begins May 14th, 2014

 

Thai Massage Class - "Stretch the legs, guiding the knee to chest" (Photo

The Foundations of Thai Massage/Thai Yoga Bodywork – Level II Class

 

Teachers

  • Pati Starzynski, LMT, RTT, CYT
  • Carl Vigilante, LMT,CYT

 

Dates and Times

  • Wednesday, May 14th, 1:00pm-6:30pm
  • Friday May 16th, 9:30am-6:30pm
  • Wednesday June 11th, 1:00pm-6:30pm
  • Friday June 13th,  9:30am-6:30pm
  • Wednesday July 9th, 1:00pm-5:00pm

 

Location

  • St. Charles, IL
  • Exact location TBA

 

Continuing Education

  • 30 CE’s for massage therapists through NCBTMB (Provider #451571-11)

 

Cost

  • $600

 

To Register or For More Information

  • Call Pati: (630) 618-8896
  • Email

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Learn Thai Massage in a supportive, relaxed and playful environment. In this hands-on class, participants will learn the body mechanics and techniques necessary to give a relaxed and flowing Thai massage. Traditional Thai Massage, called Nuad Boran in the Thai language, is also known in the West as Thai Yoga Bodywork or Thai Bodywork. It uses the techniques of leaning pressure, compression along energy lines, joint mobilization and traction, as well as passive yoga-like stretches to increase flexibility and joint range of motion, reduce muscle tension and pain, calm the nervous system and deepen an overall sense of well-being.

Thai Massage is done on a mat on the floor. It is helpful that participants have good body awareness and are comfortable moving at times on their knees. The class is open to massage therapists, yoga teachers and students, as well as to anyone with a desire to care for others using the therapeutic techniques of Thai Massage. Massage Therapists will receive 50 CE’s towards their continuing education requirements.

Overview:

This class will take place over four weekends. The first 3 weekends will be 15 hours each. The last weekend, a Sunday, will be 5 hours, making a total of 50 hours of classroom time. Students will learn 3 routines, each one a little longer and built upon the previous sequence. After completion, participants will be able to give a 1½ to 2 hour Thai Massage. Most of the time will be spent doing hands-on practice. But the class will include discussions on history, theory, anatomy, benefits and contraindications, body mechanics, alignment, leverage and moving from the center, energy and sen lines, breathing and self-care. Each student will receive an instruction manual and DVD of all 3 routines and a certificate of completion.

Following is a brief class outline…

Wednesday 5/14 and Friday 5/16:Learn a 45 minute to 1 hour Thai massage routine. Included is a manual and DVD of the routine. Discussion on history and theory, benefits and contra-indications, breathing, self-care, body mechanics, alignment, leverage and moving from the center.

Wednesday 6/11 and Friday 6/13:

Build on the previous routine, adding additional moves to the sequence, increasing the routine to 1 to 1 1/2 hours in length. Included is a second manual and DVD of the expanded routine. Discussion on anatomy, energy and sen lines.

Wednesday 7/9:

Review, practice time, Q & A, students demonstrate a full 1 1/2 hour routine and receive certificates.

About the teachers:

Pati has been a massage therapist and has been teaching yoga since 1994. She is a graduate of the Healing Arts Center in St. Louis, MO and the Ashland Institute of Massage in Ashland, OR. She studied Thai Massage with D’Vorah Schwarzman in Ashland, OR, at the Chicago School of Thai Massage and with Pichest Boonthamme in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Pati is an Illinois licensed massage therapist. She is nationally certified and an approved provider for continuing education through NCBTMB (Provider #451571-11), is a registered Thai therapist through Thai Healing Alliance International and is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. She is a certified yoga teacher through the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA.

Carl received his degree in nursing from Rogue Community College in grants Pass, OR in 1996 and became an Oregon licensed massage therapist in 1999. He has studied Thai massage with Pati Starzynski since 2006. Carl is a graduate of National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL, and has been an Illinois licensed massage therapist since 2009. He is nationally certified through NCBTMB and is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. He is a certified yoga teacher through the Himalayan Yoga and Meditation Center in Palatine, IL.

Approved Provider for Continuing Education through National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork