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WHAT IS THAI YOGA MASSAGE?weronika chaberko

Thai Yoga Massage is an ancient Eastern bodywork technique combining the principles of Yoga, Ayurveda, traditional Chinese medicine and Buddhism. Each session involves applied Hatha Yoga stretches, joint manipulation, accupressure, which are performed with a meditative approach.

The main aim of Thai Yoga Massage is to improve and re-balance the flow of energy within your energy channels (sen). This benefits body and mind alike.

 

 

HOW CAN I BENEFIT FROM THAI YOGA MASSAGE?

Thai Yoga Massage releases both physical and mental tension and depending on your needs, can be either relaxing or energising. It keeps all body systems healthy, and used therapeutically, can relieve backache, neck and shoulder pain, knee pain and headache, to name just a few.

A Thai Yoga Massage treatment is tailored to suit your individual needs, therefore everybody receives maximum benefit, regardless of size, age or level of fitness and flexibility. For those who do yoga, it is a great way to enhance and deepen their practice.

 

 

WHAT DOES A THAI YOGA MASSAGE TREATMENT LOOK LIKE?

 

Thai Yoga Massage is performed on a special futon spread on the floor. The client remains dressed during the treatment. As it is a truly holistic practice where the entire body is worked on, the minimum duration is 90 minutes.

While you're lying or sitting on the futon, the therapist uses thumbs, palms, feet and elbows in a variety of techniques. During the treatment, the therapist remains totally present, tuned into the energy of the client.


Weronika Chaberko studied Thai Yoga Massage under the guidance of Ralf Marzen, a disciple of Asokananda, (a pioneer of Thai Yoga Massage in the West). She qualified as a Thai Yoga Massage Practitioner with Mudita School of Thai Yoga Massage (registered with Complementary Medical Association and Thai Healing Alliance) in 2013. She also holds an ITEC Certificate in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for Complementary Therapies.

 

 

HOW MUCH DOES THAI YOGA MASSAGE COST?

 

The cost of a 90 minutes treatment in the client's home is £70 and of a full, 120 minutes treatment is £85. Treatments can also take place in Weronika's home (Streatham, SW16), in which case a discount is available. Comfortable clothing, that does not restrict movement should be worn.

 

 

SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER!

 

Book a block of 5 massages and the 6th treatment will be free.

 

 

To book or for more info contact yogawithweronikachaberkogmail.com or call 07530 936 787.

For more info about Weronika, click here.


 

 

Testimonials

"I found Thai Yoga Massage with Weronika very relaxing and therapeutic and would thoroughly recommend her. Weronika's approach is gentle, calm and intuitive. The results were very effective and it helped to straighten my back and loosen my shoulders but also left me feeling peaceful, and I slept very well that night! It's a great way to complement your yoga practice but also would be good for anyone new to yoga!"

Anna Pollins

 

 

"Weronika’s persona makes you feel at ease from the moment you meet her. Her meditative focus remained throughout the massage as she adapted the treatment specifically for me. The whole experience was very enjoyable indeed, covering the entire body and lasting nearly 2 hours! I have a knee injury which Weronika worked with in a way which was comfortable for me but also addressed the issue. Being a yogi, I enjoyed the deep stretches which make up part of the massage. Whether you practice yoga or not, I challenge anyone not to like these stretches as they open and re-engage areas of the body you forgot existed. I would recommend a Thai Yoga Massage with Weronika to anyone looking for an energising and rebalancing massage which concentrates on not just the physical, but the mental and spiritual alignment of the whole body.'"

Roberta Wadsworth

 

 

"Weronika brings her own yoga and meditation experience into the Thai Yoga massage making it that much more special. It was a meditative experience for me and after the massage I felt so light, like I had lost a stone in weight! That feeling of lightness has continued into the next day as well."

Neville Anthony-Pillai

 

 

'"Thai Yoga Massage is a relaxing way of stretching out muscles you didn’t know you had. I felt like I’d had a great workout – even though Weronika did all of the hard work. Working with the breath, Weronika eased out all of knots and nodules and when I left her flat I felt like I was walking on air. I also thought it was incredibly good value."

Judy Willcocks

 

 

 

 

 

 

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