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Mind Body Alignment

Traditional Thai Bodywork integrated with western techniques – myofascial release, trigger point, structural integration.


Professional Thai Massage Courses 

Would you like to learn a skill that can be used anytime, anywhere and will allow you to help people and earn money at the same time?

We are offering Traditional Thai Massage courses:

Level 1 : Beginner course (30 hours) 

Level 2 : Professional course (30 hours)

In Level 1 course you will learn how to perform 90 min Thai Massage in prone position and some techniques in sitting position. It’s a perfect introduction to Thai bodywork. 

In Level 2 you will learn more techniques and will learn how to work on the side position and supine position. After the Level 2 course you will be able to perform a professional complete Thai Massage.

If you plan to use Thai Massage on a professional level you should do both Levels.

If you are just curious about learning Thai Massage, you can just do level 1.


After each course you will get a Certification from

Ong Thai Massage School (Thai Massage school recognised by the Thai Minister of Education).


One to One classes

If you are serious about  learning massage techniques and would like to learn quikly that’s the best choice for you. In this way you will be able to learn different techniques that can be integrated with traditional Thai bodywork (myofascial release, soft tissue release and more).

Group classes

Group classes are limited to 6 people in order to make sure all the students get full attention in order to learn the different techniques properly. The group classes will also give you the opportunity to practice on different body type .


What is Thai massage?

Thai massage is a system of massage and assisted stretching developed in Thailand, and influenced by the traditional medicine systems of India, China, and Southeast Asia. This form of bodywork is often performed on the floor, and the client wears comfortable clothes that allow for movement. No oils are used in Thai massage.

The receiver may be positioned in a variety of yoga-like positions during the course of the massage, but deep static and rhythmic pressures form the core of the massage. The body will be energized and rejuvenated after the massage
The pressure is applied along the Sen lines on the body—somewhat analogous to meridians or channels and Indian nadis.

About the teacher

Andrea Barra

Andrea Barra

Yoga Teacher- Bodyworker- Massage trainer- Spa manager


Andrea has a strong background in Yoga, Ayurveda as well as different type of bodywork. He has practiced Thai massage for 10 years and has extensively studied with different school and teacher in Thailand such as Sunshine school, Wat Po, Old medicine hospital, Arjan Pichet , Arjan Sin Chai, Ong massage school. You can find more info about him on his website