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Timothy Tse, (Polarity Therapist, Traditional Thai Medical Massage Therapist).


Polarity TherapyPolarity Therapy is a system of energy-balancing involving bodywork, counseling, therapeutic exercise and nutrition. It is based on the work of Dr. Randolph Stone who integrated his work as a Naturopath, Osteopath and Chiropractor with the eastern concepts of energy-flow in the Ayurvedic system of India, as well as the Chinese and Egyptian Hermetic System. In a Polarity session, the practitioner seeks to bring into balance all levels of the client’s being (physical, emotional, mental and spiritual). A Polarity session usually consists of about an hour of hands on bodywork, which involves a series of both light and deep contacts to release the energy and allow it to re-establish a normal balanced flow. This process results in a deep relaxation for the client, allowing for a release of tension and chronic pain, and providing an opportunity to discover more about their mental and emotional blocks and how to develop a healthy attitude towards life. Through the counseling process, which is an integral part of the work, the client often gains an insight into the causes of their stress and finds the key to overcoming their problems. Corrective exercises and nutritional advice are also and important part of the process.
Polarity Therapy can be integrated very effectively into the practice of other forms of bodywork such as Aromatherapy, Shiatsu, The Alexander Technique, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Acupuncture, etc.
All training completed with Mr. R. Beynon, M.A., R.P.P., and Mrs. A. Beynon, R.P.P., South Wales, U.K. Polarity bodywork Counseling Polarity Yoga Reflexology The Five Elements

Nuad Bo-Rarn (Northern Traditional Thai-Massage) 
 This is a unique form of body therapy that incorporates Hatha Yoga, and Acupressure. This particular form dates back at least 2000 years, which has been passed down from the father of massage ‘Dr. Shivago Komarpaj’ the doctor of the Buddha. The movements of gentle rocking, deep stretching and compressions assist the restructuring of the musculoskeletal framework. ‘Thai massage is a must for athletes, dancers and other people who want their bodies to achieve maximum performance.’
The benefits of Thai Massage 1. Deep relaxation, gentle pressure on the feet and legs is sedating. 2. Releases points of tension in the body, which block the natural, flow of energy, balancing, and harmony, releases stress and increases energy. 3. Increases flexibility and range of motion assists alignment and postural integrity of the body. 4. Improves circulation. 5. Strengthens internal organs. 6. Relieves pain. 7. Improves neurological functioning and assist in relieving degenerative conditions with the aging process. 8. Promotes inner peace and a quiet mind.
Just as no two people respond to any stimulus in precisely the same way, people will vary in their response to Thai Massage. A person who is relaxed, open to growth and new experiences, will benefit the most, one who is more tense, rigid, or fearful will benefit, but to a lesser degree. Some will find that a single treatment can radically alter their body, and therefore their sense of self, while others will require a longer time to achieve the same result. All training complete with Master Teacher Chongkol Setthakorn at I.T.M. Institute (International Training Massage) Chiang Mai, N. Thailand. Level I Level II Level III Level IV Sen Sumana Sen Itta Sen Pingkala, Sen Kalathari Sahatsarangsi Sen Thawari Sen Lawusang Sen Ulanga

Reflexology 
Reflexology is a study of the reflexes of the feet corresponding to every part of the body, working on these reflexes relaxes tension and helps the body seek its own equilibrium. If any area of the body deserves your best attention it is the foot, in the sole of the foot are concentrated literally thousands of nerve endings, and the opposite ends of these nerves are located all over the rest of the body. Thus the foot is a map of the entire body, no muscle, no gland, no organ whether internal or external is without a set of nerves whose opposite ends are anchored in the foot. ‘When we massage the foot we stimulate and affect the rest of the body as well’ Congested areas can feel tight, dull to sharp sensations when pressure is applied. Tensions and toxins can form within the upper parts of the body and with gravity these toxins tend to flow downward and accumulate within the nerve endings within the feet, thus Reflexology is a good tension and detox release. All training completed with Mr. R. Beynon, M.A., R.P.P., and Mrs. A. Beynon, R.P.P., South Wales, U.K. Reflexology Hand Reflexology Ear Reflexology

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