thai massage course

Learn Thai Massage with Natasha De Grunwald

Throughout this training course, we look at the true history of Thai massage and its Buddhist medicine roots, dispelling myths and bringing a structure to life that is based on ancient medical texts, which were translated only recently.

Over the days students learn simple, effective hands-on and practical techniques that work deep into the body.  These are enriched by lectures on Thai medical theory and anatomy, history and lineage, ethics, and Sen/trench theory.

In this module, we explore basic Thai anatomy and Element Theory, which is integrated with Natasha’s knowledge of the body and over 20 years of experience in the therapy field.

Lessons include spiritual practices and Reusi Dat Ton (Thai yoga/self care). Students learn to use elbows, palms, thumbs, feet, knees and forearms.

Techniques taught on the course include: Beating, Compressions, Stretching, Rolling, Squeezing, Thumbing, Rubbing + Range Of Motion

Module 1



  • Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th September and then Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th September.


  • Friday 27th, Saturday 28th, Sunday 29th & Monday 30th March. Days start at 10am and finish at 5pm.

  • Friday 3rd, Saturday 4th, Sunday 5th & Monday 6th July. Days start at 10am and finish at 5pm.


Module 2



  • Thursday 3rd, Friday 4th, Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th October. Days start at 10am and finish at 5pm.


  • Thursday 21st, Friday 22nd, Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th May. Days start at 10am and finish at 5pm.

  • Friday 11th, Saturday 12th, Sunday 13th & Monday 14th September. Days start at 10am and finish at 5pm.

Intro Day Dates

  • Sunday 1st December 2019 | 12pm-4pm

  • Sunday 2nd February 2020 | 12pm-4pm

£600 (including £200 deposit to reserve your place). For courses starting after 1st Jan 2020 this will increase to £650. £20 discount for bhuti members who attend the Intro Day.


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