Mini Workshops for everyone

Thai Massage for everyone – Mini Thai Courses

Update! If you are self isolating please join us online!

We have set up resources for live online attendance. 

Here is a wonderful opportunity for a taster training of this very special dynamic healing art from Thailand.

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Come along and learn how to give a relaxing Thai Yoga massage to bring ease to the mind and body, both for the giver and the receiver! We begin with a short yoga and meditation warm up to get us in the mindset for relaxing touch. Then you’ll be ready to learn some techniques, including some Thai Yoga moves, that will benefit your family and friends, or for professionals to include in your massage routines. These half day workshops are fun and accessible, fully clothed, no previous experience necessary, and you don’t need to be super fit, just agile enough to kneel on at floor level. Come with a friend or on your own, relax and enjoy!

Upcoming Courses:

MINI THAI MASSAGE INTRO. Sat 15th August 2020 10.00-1.00 pm Held online and hosted by Shiatsu and Thai Massage Training Scotland. Lead by Lucy Trend. Cost £35 per person. Book this online course

Let’s do this online! Here’s how – Grab a friend, grab a mask, grab a device to stream a ZOOM and we’ll do this safely – the same way I have been working in my clinic. You can both be learning, you swap places so that you can both practise the techniques and receive them (please register both people) or it can be just you learning and your friend benefitting from having you practise all those wonderful techniques on them (in this case no need for them to register – just you).

This half day workshop is fun and accessible, fully clothed, no previous experience necessary, and you don’t need to be super fit, just agile enough to kneel on at floor level. We begin with a short yoga and meditation warm up to get us in the mindset for relaxing touch. Then you’ll be ready to learn some techniques, including some Thai Yoga moves, that will benefit your family and friends, or for professionals to include in your massage routines. Ideal for those considering attending a longer training such as the TYM Diploma course starting in October. Book this course


MINI THAI FACIAL MASSAGE Sat 24th October 2020 10.00-13:00 Held livestream and at Shiatsu and Thai Massage Training Scotland, 94 Hope Street, Glasgow, G2 6PH. Lead by Lucy Trend. Cost £35 per person. Book this course Come along and learn how to give a relaxing Thai Facial massage to relax the face & neck, enhance complexion and ease the mind of both giver and the receiver!
There will be some great skills in here for therapists to incorporate into your massages. Also great for total beginners too! Come along to our home base for a fun and relaxing winter workshop open to all. This one will focus on techniques for the face, and neck. This half day workshop is fun and accessible, fully clothed, no previous experience necessary, and you don’t need to be super fit, just agile enough to kneel on at floor level. Options to work standing at the massage table are available. Come with a friend or on your own, relax and enjoy! This is a wonderful opportunity for a taster training of this very special dynamic healing art from Thailand. Cost £35. Book this course 

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