Bev began learning Thai massage in 2010 and has since been lucky to have the time to study extensively in Thailand and Europe. Thai massage has been a gift to her life and she believe passionately in its transformative power. She have spent over 20 years fascinated by the mind-body connection. Thai massage is an integral part of this passion as it helps people connect more with their bodies; Thai massage is a journey around the body. Bev believes that through reconnecting with our bodies we can experience life more fully, in harmony with our emotions and act and speak more from our hearts and instincts. The body had a wisdom and knowing. Qualifications and training - 2 x 90 hour courses in Traditional Thai Massage – Sunshine Network, Northern Thailand - 84 hours in Traditional Thai Yoga Massage – Metta, the College of Traditional Thai Yoga Massage, London - Thai Massage Practitioner Course in Thai Foot Massage – London School of Traditional Massage. - 90 hours Dynamic Thai Massage – Sunshine House, Greece - 30 hours advanced training in applied Thai yoga massage – The Sunshine School, Chiang Mai - Practitioner’s certificate in on-site seated massage – Inspire Massage Workshops - Myofacial Release – Inspire Massage Workshops - Integrated Cranio-Sacral Biodynamics – Rosemary Wallace, Chiang Mai - 65 hours Advanced Thai Massage Sen Lines – Theory and Therapy – Felicity Joy, Chiang Mai - 30 hours Abdominal Massage training – Felicity Joy, Chiang Mai - Level 3 Diploma in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for Complementary Therapies – VTCT - 450 hours teacher training for Traditonal Thai Massage – Sunshine Network, Northern Thailand - Workshop: The Diaphragm as the Gateway to the Unconscious – Centre for Biodynamic Psychotherapy, London - Thai Table Massage – Richdale’s Institute, London - Swedish Massage Diploma – Star Beauty Schools - Level 2 in Counselling Concepts – Herne Bay Counsellor Training
Thai massage is an ancient art and a beautiful practice that helps balance and restore the flow of energy throughout the body and mind. Thai massage can be deeply relaxing and healing. Through a treatment client and therapist explore any tensions and stuck energy, which can cause dis-ease in the body and mind.
Working with the breath, gentle opening stretches, rhythmic pressure and mindful listening touch these blockages can begin to receive the attention they crave and help them to soften and release, bringing about calm, peace and well-being.
I have a beautiful, peaceful treatment space in Beltinge, Herne Bay and in some circumstances can work as a mobile therapist and can travel to you.