20 years of UTTS. Successfulness
“The second decade period of
Thai Traditional Medicine has
stepped into Thai social, and
forward to global vision.”
Mr.Aram , who was the beginner
for establishing Thai Traditional
Medicine Institute, and maintenance
with merit, stability
concerning to positive thinking
power, and specific potentiality that
led to “ The Medical Profession ACT
Thailand BE. 2556.”
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History of Thai massage
Thai massage is a type of massage in Thai style that included of stretching and deep massage. This form of bodywork usually performs on the floor and the clients normally wear comfortable clothes that allow for relaxing movement. No oils are used in Thai massage. It is known in Thailand as "nuad phaen boran", literally, the ancient-manner massage. Most Thai people simply refer to Thai massage as นวดแผนไทย "nuad phaen thai".
In Thailand, Thai massage is one of the branches of Thai Traditional Medicine (TTM), now recognized and regulated by the government, and widely considered to be a medical discipline used for the treatment of a wide variety of ailments. On the other hand, Thai massage is also practiced and taught by a number of non-medical massage technicians in the spa and tourism industries. In North America and Europe, an increasing number of practitioners and teachers of Thai massage have emerged since the 1990s. Furthermore, in worldwide, Thai massage is increasing popular among clients of massage clinics and massage therapists who are seeking for further education.
The Founder of Thai Massage and Medicine
The founder of Thai massage and medicine is said to have been Shivago Komarpaj (Jīvaka Komarabhācca), who was the Buddha’s physician over 2,500 year’s age in the Pāli Buddhist Canon. In fact, the history of Thai massage is more complex than this legend which had a single founder would suggest. Thai massage, like TTM more generally, is a combination of influences from Indian, Chinese, Southeast Asian cultural spheres and traditions of medicine. The art as it is practiced today is likely to be the product of a 19th century synthesis of various healing traditions from all over the kingdom. Even today, there is considerable variation from region to region across Thailand, and no single routine or theoretical framework that is universally accepted among healers.
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Theory of Thai massage and medicine
Generally speaking, practitioners of modern Thai massage operate on the theory that the body is permeated with "lom" or "air" which is inhaled into the lungs and which subsequently travels throughout the body along 72,000 pathways called "sen," or "vessels." Typically, massage therapists manipulate a handful of major sen lines by pressing certain points along the lines. In most models, the sen originate at the navel and spread throughout the body to terminate at different orifices. A significant part of the practice of Thai massage also includes yoga-like stretches which are intended to stimulate the sen and move lom through the body via a pumping action, which is connected with the patient's breathing.
The theory of sen and lom is often translated into English as "meridians" and "energy." While there are some superficial similarities to Chinese meridian theory, the Thai system is in fact more closely related to the nadir of the Indian traditions of yoga and Ayurveda. It is said that in the Thai tradition that there are 72,000 sen lines. This should not, however, be taken literally, as this number is a traditional Buddhist way of indicating an infinite amount -- the point being that each cell in the human body is linked to every other cell through this infinite and intricate mesh of energy. This energy is known as prana (Sanskrit), chi (Chinese) or palang sak(Thai). The panic networks permeate the body of any living being, and vibrate in response to physiological, psychological, and spiritual experiences. No one can name or diagram all of the body's infinite energy circuits. However, 10 main sen are commonly taught and used in Thailand's massage schools to treat the entire body.Thai Traditional Massage
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