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Thai Brooklyn

November 21st to 24th

9am to 4pm


ALL LEVELS TRAININGBeginners and Experienced Thai Bodyworkers are welcome.



Learn from David Roma, internationally renowned Thai Yoga teacher.David’s lineage of teachers can be found here.More about David here.

“David’s approach is an embodiment of zen. He is my favorite Thai teacher on the planet because he gives space and time for us to really learn, lots of practice time, and deep empowerment for us to truly take Thai and make it our own unique expression, our own art.” — Thai Massage Student



Level up your bodywork with a fresh Thai Massage training. Acquire an all-new sequence which can stand alone or be integrated into your current Thai Bodywork.

We will pay special homage to the Sen lines (or Thai energy lines, akin to the Nadis of yoga). Deepen your connection to the healing archetype within. Engage metta wholeheartedly.

David will guide you into deeper principles of healing in this course. Exchange bodywork with each other. Learn by doing. Learn while receiving. Time for feedback is an extra bonus of learning with your peers.

For massage therapists, yoga teachers and all those dedicated to healing.


The practice of Thai yoga massage is said to be thousands of years old, but it is still part of Thailand's medical system due to its perceived healing properties at both emotional and physical levels. Traditional Thai massage uses no oils or lotions. The recipient remains clothed during treatment. There is constant body contact between the giver and receiver, but rather than rubbing on muscles, the body is compressed, pulled, stretched and rocked. The concept of metta (loving-kindness), based on Buddhist teachings, is an integral part of this practice. Well-known practitioners also emphasize meditation and devotion on a part of the practitioner as integral to the effectiveness of this practice.

The Healing Touch of Thai Massage Brooklyn

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