Massage training

In this course you learn every step of the 2 hour Ancient Thai Massage treatment. You receive an instruction booklet in which you put your own notes as well as a professional instruction video of the complete massage. After the course you start practicing. You are supposed to give 50 free massages, before you can call yourself a professional Ancient Thai masseur/masseuse.

During the course you practice with your fellow students what you have learned. Practice makes pro! It’s also recommended to receive Ancient Thai Massage by Sanne regularly, during the course period.

Students
There’s space for maximum 8 students, in order to guarantee personal guidance for everyone. While you practice in couples you receive feedback and correction.

Intake
When you want to participate in this course it’s necessary to receive at least 1 massage with Sanne. This is a great way to get to know each other and to see whether the course is something for you or not.

Data in 2019
4 weekends
Weekend 1: 27 & 28 April
Weekend 2: 25 & 26 May
Weekend 3: 22 & 23 June
Weekend 4: Somewhere in July

Time
Saturday and Sunday 10.00 – 17.00 uur

Location

Centrum Osher, Poortstraat 32, Utrecht

Price
€ 880,-
This includes the weekends, the instruction booklet and the video.

The teacher
Sanne Burger: I’m trained in Ancient Thai Massage by Rahul Bharti of ancientmassage.com. At the time (from 2000 – 2003) he had his healing center in Kathmandu, Nepal. After graduating for the teacher training I started teaching Ancient Thai Massage. I’ve given courses in the Netherlands as well in Peru. This course is the first one in Holland after 7 years of traveling!
Rahul Bharti lives and works in Pondichterry now. He visits the Netherlands regularly to teach healing and Ancient Thai Massage.

Interested?
Send an email to: sanneburger@gmail.com. I will respond asap!

The course will be given in Dutch/English.

Watch the first part of the Ancient Thai Massage instruction video (shot in Peru last summer) in order to get a feel: Ancient Thai Massage

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