Thai on the Table
What is Thai on the Table?
Many of our students love Traditional Thai massage or have heard about how effective it can be. However, not all therapists can perform a routine on a Thai mat on the floor and not all clients are able to get up and down from the floor to be able to receive this service. So this class is the best of both worlds. In this class, our students will learn how to perform Thai massage while the client is on the table.
We take many of the concepts that you would apply in a Traditional Thai massage session and translate them into a massage that you can perform on the table. You will learn how to use your whole body to treat your client's whole body. You will use your hand, your feet, your arms, knees and legs to apply specific compressions and you learn how to safely move your client into a series of yoga-like stretches. Thai Massage can be varied to suit a wide range of physical needs and it often incorporates a form of physical therapy that will help to increase your client's range of motion and muscular strength. Thai Massage works with the client's potential for movement and strives to create a free flow of energy systems. Traditionally, it can be more energizing and more rigorous than classic forms of massage, but at the same time, the treatment can be quite meditative and enjoyable to give as well as receive. Your clients will feel great and you will too!
This technique can be incorporated into your already existing massage routine or can be performed as a stand-alone service. It is not necessary for your client to disrobe to receive a Thai treatment which will eliminate a major objection to receiving massage. This is a perfect routine to provide at sporting events, gyms, trade shows and more.
Thai for the Table course is a perfect complement to any practice and is extremely beneficial to athletes, the elderly and people who prefer to receive massage on a table. This is an ideal therapy for the massage therapist who, for whatever reason, wants to incorporate Thai massage into their sessions but prefers not to work on the floor. You will learn a Thai for the Table routine that you can also incorporate aspects of into your regular routine. You will love this modern version of traditional Thai Massage, which is performed on a massage table.
How many continuing education hours are offered for this class?
A basic version of this course is offered for 8 CE credits as a part of our Las Vegas Success School programming. Typically this is offered at Las Vegas Success School on a Wednesday from 8:30am-5:30pm.
This is also offered as a part of our Florida Renewal Year special as a 12-hour hands-on course, starting at 8am.
Therapists from the State of Georgia: please check with your board to be sure that CE classes fall within the scope and practice of a massage therapist in the State of Georgia.
Prerequisite: These classes are intended to serve as continuing education for massage therapists. All students must be licensed, certified, authorized or otherwise credentialed to provide manual therapy services in the state that they practice.
Florida therapists who take this class will receive an additional 12 hours in online home study hours including all of the Florida Required Classes for no extra charge!
Please enroll early to ensure your place in class.
These classes have been selling out quickly!
Las Vegas, NV -June 5, 2024 This class is scheduled to take place on a Wednesday from 8:30am-5:30pm. Seminar and Room Block Location: The LINQ Hotel, 3535 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109. Room block web link: https://book.passkey.com/go/SQLMT4, Reservation Center #800-223-7277 - group code: SQLMT4. A $15 per person/per day massage table fee has been included in the price of this tuition. If you can bring a table and wish to opt out of this fee, please do so on this page: https://www.lmtsuccessgroup.com/lvssjune2024 before checking out. Course manuals will be provided in a digital format. Please be prepared to log in to your student portal at the time of class. Login credentials will be provided a week to ten days before class.