Thai Massage Training

Bringing Traditional Medical & Spiritual
Skills To The Modern Bodyworker

Continuing Education That Will Change Your Life...

 

Most bodyworkers take courses that make little to no impact on their massage careers. They attend workshops and classes coming back feeling like they wasted time and money.

Choosing to study Thai massage is different.

The Thai healing arts are a knowledge that has been passed down for generations in Thailand - a combination of insightful bodywork, movement therapy, energy work, and lifestyle medicine.

These courses give you so much more than classes and workshops, it gives you valuable skills and knowledge that you can use to take action, creating a greater impact on the health and wellness of your clients.

But that's not all.

Mind * Body * Energy

Beginning your journey into traditional Thai massage and Thai medicine, you'll gain incredible skill in working with the Body.

For you, this means:

  • Better body mechanics
  • More balanced massage work
  • Longevity in your career
  • A variety of new tools and techniques

For your clients:

  • Lasting results
  • Highly valued treatments
  • Health benefits beyond "just a massage"

 

We're not made up of just our physical body though. As you learn Thai healing arts, you'll also see the value of the mental wellness practices that are part of a daily regiment.

Meditation, mindfulness, and Metta are incorporated for both you and your client. It enhances your life and the lives of all of those you touch.

The spiritual aspect of every person is as vital to our wellbeing as any other. Many health practitioners ignore this part of both themselves and their clients. This quickly leads to emptiness and a less fulfilling career.

In Thai massage, every aspect of you and your client is important to creating the best possible healing space for both.

Are You Ready To Start Your Journey?

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Kristine Traucht 

Founder and Instructor

Kristine Traucht is a professional mentor that is dedicated to helping you develop a more mindful and more powerful career as a healer. This brings YOUR wellbeing in to focus.

Her teaching expertise includes:

  • Correcting Body Mechanics
  • Improving Techniques & Tools
  • Eliminating Pain from Repetitive Strain
  • Incorporating Self Care Practices

...These are often overlooked aspects of practicing bodywork and vitally important to not only your career but to your health, happiness, and longevity as a practitioner.

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"Since my last training with Kristine my client base has more than doubled. "Her teaching style is organized, thorough and clear; easy to understand and follow. You leave her training with a wealth of knowledge that you can use in your practice right away with great success. Since my last training with Kristine (less than a year ago) my client base has more than doubled. I highly recommend Kristine Traucht if you’re looking for quality, traditional Thai Yoga Therapy/Thai Massage training.""

Celeste H.
LMT

"This training was great for me. I have gained a new confidence in promoting and improving my massage practice. Thank you so much Kristine!"

Cheryl Z.
Thai Massage Practitioner

"Because continuing education classes were always so short, I always had trouble with retaining the new skills. With Thai Massage Training, I have learned so much and am able to confidently use the tools I have learned. It's improved my massages immensely."

Sandra T.
Licensed Massage Therapist

Thai Massage Training with Kristine Traucht
6710 Winkler Road, Suite 3
Fort Myers, Florida 33919
(239) 273-3402
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