Vedic Thai Yoga Bodywork: Nuad Bo’Rarn
In Thailand, bodywork is utilized medicinally as a highly regarded indulgence to remedy the prominent social ailments such as emotional stress and physical inertia. Nuad Bo'Rarn (Thai-Yoga Massage) is a sacred art of healing, which is socially revered as a medical folk art. It is commonly reported to revitalize and balance cerebral (emotional) and somatic (physical) ailments instantly. Join world renown teacher, Michael Buck, in this presentation as he reveals the essence of this ancient method of healing to inspire the soul and tranquilize the body.
"Mukti" Michael Buck is the Founder/Director and Senior Teacher of the Vedic Conservatory. He is celebrated as an accomplished instructor’s instructor in the art of Thai-Yoga Bodywork. His 2007 induction into The World Massage Hall of Fame praised him for his career of unconditional loving service to humanity, bhakti yoga, as demonstrated through more than 14 years of continuous traveling and teaching. Mukti has shared his gifts at the best yoga centers, massage schools and health resorts nationally and abroad, teaching over 1000 hours each year in a different city each weekend. Mukti has issued initiating certificates to nearly ten thousand pupils in 7 countries. He has also documented over 13, 000 private sessions.