BSc (Hons), RTT, ITEC, BTEC Dip (OSSM)
Kathryn is an Advanced Thai Massage Practitioner who runs a successful massage therapy practice in the Midlands. She has studied Thai Massage both in the UK and Thailand, and is an advanced practitioner member of THAI – the International Thai Healing Alliance. She is also a qualified Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist and a qualified teacher (City and Guilds PTLLS and CTLLS).
“I first came across Thai yoga massage in 2004 when I watched a demonstration at the end of my yoga class. I was completely captivated by the graceful, dance-like quality of both giver and receiver, the way each movement flowed into another.
Thai massage is unlike any other kind of massage, combining stretching, energy work, deep tissue techniques and relaxation into one incredibly powerful whole-body treatment. This is what we share with our students at the Central School. We approach the various parts of the syllabus in an integrated way – I believe that students should learn how the practice affects the body on a physical as well as an energetic level.
We also want to teach people how to become successful practitioners – not only skilled in Thai massage techniques, but also how to set themselves up in business, how to promote themselves to potential clients etc.”
Kathryn’s business skills come from a ten-year career working in advertising in London, both for ITV and for two of the country’s leading advertising agencies. She is a trained musician, who sings with three Midlands-based choirs, and is married with two children.
She has practised yoga for 17 years and has trained as a yoga teacher with Mark Freeth.
For more information, please visit Kathryn’s website: www.kathrynellis.com or call her on 01926 730726
Introduction to Thai Yoga Massage
One Day Workshop
Sunday 6th July 2014: £75
Ryton Organic Gardens near Coventry
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