Grab your mortar & pestle and join the fun as we learn how to create a traditional Thai herbal compress and how to use it safely & effectively. The aromatic and herbal effects of the beauties will have your clients swooning, But they’re not just spa props. These are deeply medicinal and therapeutic tools for nourishing, softening, moving stagnation and detoxifying deeper tissues. A wonderful addition to any bodywork practice.
*identify and define properties of commonly used Thai herbs *learn about the Thai Taste Systems for herbal classification *chop, pound and blend intoxicating Thai herbs *build your own Thai Herbal Compress *learn & practice how & when to apply herbal compress massage techniques *cover equipment, sourcing & safety precautions
More detail : file:///C:/Users/SuperUser/Downloads/JANUARY%20CLASS%20(1).pdf
Relax and enjoy a retreat style Thai bodywork practice session with us. Friday 7pm we will meet together for a pot-luck style dinner. Saturday 10-4 (time for 2 x 120 min sessions with 2 hour lunch) give a long session then receive one from other practitioners in our cozy classroom. Time to refresh your skills; practice new moves & remind yourself of old ones, get/give feedback, receive much needed bodywork and connect with your Montana Thai Bodywork community. Open to experienced practitioners only.
This event is just for fun and mainly free other than sharing cost of classroom rental.
More details : https://jennifervanderburg.com/upcoming-events/
Would you like to have a workshop, event, or a personal retreat at Alameda’s Hot Springs? Call us at 741-2283 and ask for LT or leave a message to discuss the policy and what we can offer you, and your attendees.
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We don't want to leave !
We don't want to leave! This is one of the coolest "Motel" we have stayed at, but it feels and looks like home! We absolutely will be coming back here as much as we can! Thanks for a great stay!
..... July 2011 , AE
Another enjoyable night of relaxation, Thank you, we appreciate Alameda's and all you do to create our peaceful getaways.
Family likeness has often a deep sadness in it. Nature, that great tragic dramatist, knits us together by bone and muscle, and divides us by the subtler web of our brains; blends yearning and repulsion; and ties us by our heart-strings to the beings that jar us at every movement.
Alameda's Hot Springs Retreat
308 N. Spring Street
Hot Springs, MT 59845