THAI YOGA MASSAGE
In 2019, following a serious neck injury during rehearsals, I was forced to take a break from my professional dance activity. As an answer to this new physical suffering I decided to take a step back from the sporting pursuit of high level and I started to approach body-related therapies. It’s at that moment that, thanks to a friend, dancer and thai massage practitioner, I dived into the discovery of this practice and I fell in love with it instantly.
In this psycho-physical therapy I rediscovered the link with the harmony of dance that I had lost. Otherwise called 'the sacred dance', Thai yoga massage is not only a treatment to relieve physical pain... its nature is broader, Thai massage is first of all a spiritual practice, a meditation in movement. The masseur is in constant motion, manipulating the client's body to circulate stagnant energy and free the joints. The movements, weight changes and manipulations are studied and controlled like a dance sequence that requires fluidity, rhythm, fullness and precision.
With this therapy, which is both very physical and extremely sensitive, I bring together in the same circle two aspects that are very dear to my personality: physical challenge and altruistic compassion.
THIERRY BIENFAISANT/ Belgium --> international teacher recognised by the Thai Healing Alliance
KRISHNATAKI/ Greece --> student of the Thai massage masters Pichet, Chayuth and Asokananda
DAVID LUTT/ France --> founder of osteothai.
BENEFITS OF THAI YOGA MASSAGE
On the preventive side, it activates the free flow of energy and improves fluid circulation, digestion, breathing capacity, body posture, flexibility, as well as releasing nervous tension.
On the therapeutic side, it can cure a large number of pathologies such as lower back pain, headaches, digestive problems, stress, insomnia, nervous imbalance, neck and shoulder muscular tightness…and the list goes on…