Giving you a taste of what Thai Massage inspired techniques can do for your clients and for your business.
Are you consistently looking for new ways to take the best possible care of your clients?
Provide skilled assisted stretching techniques for your personal training clients, help them with flexibility and mobility as part of their complete training plan, and build deeper relationships with them.
This unique video course includes:
- • 45 minutes of video instruction broken into small “lessons” for ease of practice
- • Direct access to Daniela Goode with questions
- • Access to a private facebook group run by and attended to by Daniela and the Navina™ Thai Yoga Therapy Team
- • A 33 page downloadable PDF manual
- • Short quizzes to ensure retention and understanding
|1 – Introduction to Thai Yoga Stretching||Meet Daniela, get an overview of the course and dive right into the Foundational Principles of Thai Yoga Stretching|
|2 – Hip Mobility||We all have clients with tight hips – this technique is the first tool we’ll be sharing with you. It’s a great way to provide release and it’s a great mobility test|
|3 – Tree Pose||Adductors tend to get ignored in the small amount of stretching we might do after a session – so we take care of it here in Tree Pose|
|4 – Twist||A twist to help open up the spiral, lateral and posterior chains of the body. Not only that twisting is crucial for spinal health|
|5 – Lubricating the Shoulder||When it comes to the shoulders, we not only tend to carry most of our tension there, we also tend to work them out harder in a session. Balance that with this technique|
|6 – Forward Fold||This position provides great access to the posterior chain of the body, giving a great stretch all the way down the legs. We enhance that with our massage techniques.|
|7 – Chest Opener||To cap it all off we have the Chest Opener, which not only stretches the pecs and provides a gently spinal extension, it also leaves your clients in good posture and psychologically ready to face their day|
|8 – Additional Considerations||When it comes to using these tools, there are many ways that they can serve us and our clients. We discuss that here and we’ll also iterate the importance of regular practice|
Once you learn these techniques and you start to implement them, it soon becomes a regular part of your sessions that people not only look forward to, they also keep coming back for it. Compassionate touch has a profound impact on building relationships and will impact the way you interact with your clients, and as a side-benefit it’ll increase your retention. Thai Yoga Stretching is simply a great way to leave your clients after a session, by balancing the hard work they’ve done with a few minutes of therapeutic and focused mobility work. It brings them to a calm and collected place before they move through the rest of their day.