VEDIC THAI YOGA BODYWORK - ENTERING THE PRACTICE with SUDEVI LINDA KRAMER, LMT, E-RYT-500, M.A.
December 13, 1-8 pm, and December 14, 9 am-6 pm, 2015
This two day immersion allows students to enter the healing world of Vedic Thai Yoga Bodywork, also known as Assisted Yoga or Nuad Boarn. The principles of sequencing will be introduced along with basic principles of “sen” or energy lines. Acupressure techniques will be included. Students will learn and expand Thai Yoga Bodywork techniques while exploring all the attitudes (Supine, Prone, Side-lying, and Seated positions). Healing of the koshas (Physical, mental, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual sheaths) through the nadis will be covered. Self-healing techniques will also be shared. Students who have studied different styles of Thai Yoga Bodywork are welcome to attend. A manual will be provided.IMG_4380
Learn: A ninety minute session utilizing puja, mantra, marma therapy, acupressure, rhythmic compressions, exotic stretches, pranayam, and meditation to produce profound rest and rejuvenation. Learn Thai treatments for basic life ailments. Vedic Thai Yoga Bodywork addresses the pranic body, and pranic tools for clearing the nadis will be emphasized.
Study: A 3000-year old traditional Southeast Asian Folk Art, which creates inspired tranquility and radiant holistic health first arriving in Thailand from India in approximately 500 BC with the advent of Buddhism. Dr. Jivaka Kumara, an Ayurvedic physician, is attributed as the father of Medicine and Thai Yoga Bodywork in Thailand.
Experience: A deeper understanding of Thai Yoga Bodywork’s ability to assist in rapidly eliminating dis-ease, both physically and emotionally, bringing PEACE to the body on a cellular level. Experience meditation and yoga nidra - the profound state of rest where the body is able to heal and re-balance.
Enjoy: Rejuvenation, strengthened vitality through bandhas, pranayama and meditation techniques for personal focus and effect. Emerge refreshed and rejuvenated.
Discover: How to balance and harmonize Shakti/Chi enhancing the immune system and hormonal health. Balance mental energy and stimulate higher levels of consciousness. Self-Thai will be touched on.
Suitable for yoga students and instructors, massage therapists, personal trainers, medical professionals, health-enthusiasts and all interested in dynamic vitality and loving compassion (Metta). NCTMB, and Yoga Alliance CEC’s available. The techniques can be adapted to yoga classes and privates, all styles of massage therapy, and physical and occupational therapy. It’s also great for mom’s and couples.
Your investment for the weekend is $305.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Please visit bearfootyogahealing to register and pre-pay.
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Your Presenter: Sudevi Linda Kramer
Sudevi is a highly sought after Vedic Conservatory teacher of Vedic Style Thai-Yoga Bodywork, studying in Thailand and training closely with Mukti Michael Buck before teaching on her own. Sudevi completed a 175 hour externship in Northern and Southern Thailand, and has also studied at the
Sunshine Massage School in Chiang Mai, returning to Thailand annually for continued studies in Thai Massage and Traditional Thai Medicine (TTM).
She leads study tours to Asia (Thailand and India). Sudevi is certified to teach Integral Yoga and considers Sri Swami Satchidananda to be her spiritual teacher. She is also certified in Jivamukti Yoga, and aligns with the high standards of yoga set by Sharon Gannon and David Life, who visited with Gurudev at the Satchidananda Ashram where she first met them. Sudevi is also a Pranic Healer and Reiki Master. She has been in private practice for 17 years bringing experience and a traditional rich Asian flavor to her classes that is accessible and applicable to the contemporary world. Sudevi holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Missouri, and graduated Magna Cum Laude in Massage
Therapy from Pensacola State College. She was inducted into the World Massage Festival Hall of Fame in June of 2010 at Berea College in Berea, KY. Her philosophy is one of “Metta,” conscious loving kindness in action. Her students include yoga students and teachers, massage therapists, acupuncturists, physical therapists, and all interested in the healing arts.