Thai Massage Certification Level 1-2
Thai Yoga Massage is a healing technique with roots in ancient India. This practice was brought to Thailand more than 2,000 years ago by Ayurvedic Doctors (the original medicine of India) as well as by Buddhist Monks. The technique combines passive stretches and application of pressure on the muscles and the energetic lines of the body.
Thai Yoga Massage increases the mobility and the flexibility of the receiver. It also decreases body tension and significantly improves circulation, as well as calming the nervous system. In this school the therapist also learns how to align their body to give the massage in a sustainable and healthy way.
Syam Vallabhi Devi Dasi
(Samantha Miller) USA/Colombia
International Teacher and Yoga Therapist, Syam Vallabhi encountered yoga in 2001 and since then has dedicated her life to the studying and teaching of Yoga, The Healing Arts and Yoga Philosophy all around the world.
As a Senior Teacher with the Inbound School of Yoga, Syam Vallabhi runs international teacher trainings in Colombia, Peru and India. She is the co-founder and director of the Yogendra Eco- Ashram in Cali, Colombia (www.yogashramcali.com)
Throughout her intensive yoga study, Syam Vallabhi has completed the Teacher Trainings of Anusara Yoga, Yin Yoga and is E-RYT 500 hour Yoga Alliance certified in Hatha Vinyasa Yoga.
As one of the Pioneers of AcroYoga in South America and Asia, she certified in 2008, at the advanced level in 2010, and founded the AcroYoga Lineage of the inbound School of Yoga in 2013.
Her other certifications include, Ayurveda, Reiki, Breema, Craneo Sacral Therapy and Zen Thai Shiatsu. She is certified in Traditional Thai Massage by The Old Medicine Hospital in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and Thai Yoga Massage by Jennifer Yarro.
Syam Vallabhi is devoted to her path as a Bhakti Yogini, to her Teachers Gurudeva Atulananda Acarya Majaraj and Chaitanya Nitai Das, and to sharing transformative tools in order to empower others to align with their life purpose and true happiness. She humbly offers from her heart what she continues to learn from her practice, her teachers and all the beings she meets on her journeys.