Therapeutic Thai Yoga
Therapeutic Thai Yoga combines
~Asanas (postures) from yoga
~Rhythmic muscle pressure from massage
~Pressure to the energy lines of acupuncture
Creating a therapy session leaving you feeling
ENERGIZED, more FLEXIBLE
In a Therapeutic Thai Yoga session the client is fully clothed and simply lies down, relaxes and enjoys the many benefits of this ancient healing art.
Thai therapy is a relaxing, full-body treatment that includes both stretching of the joints and muscles and compression applied to the energy lines in the body. It’s the combination of touch and stretching that makes it so relaxing yet energizing.
Therapeutic Thai Yoga has many benefits including:
•Stress and pain relief
•Resistance to injury
•Improved range of motion
•Toning of internal organs
•Increase and balancing of energy
•Enhanced physical activity including
yoga, sports, jogging…
This practice is accessible to Everyone!
Cash and personal checks accepted at time of service. We often have a waiting list for Thai services. In order to provide our clients the opportunity to utilize open time slots, a $35.00 fee will be applied for not cancelling your appointment with 24 hours notice. If you have any questions, please call (401) 780-9809.
Katherine is a certified Amrit Level I Yoga Instructor (RYT 200- Amrit Level I), currently in her Thai Bodywork training and a Reiki Master. Her interest and studies in holistic health and yoga have given her the opportunity to find her true path and passion in life. Through the study of Thai Bodywork and different healing modalities she wishes to expand her knowledge and the ability to help a greater group of people find soothing ways to release stress, and anxiety, among other causes of disease by helping them with relaxing methods with the purpose of bringing a healthy outlook, happiness and peace into their lives.
Katherine has practiced Amrit Yoga and Kundalini Yoga since 2008. One of the biggest breakthroughs in her practice and personal life was when she received the transmission of the Incan Munay-Ki Shamanic Rites of the Laika in 2011 by our beloved teacher Lori (Kavita) Richardson. After this breakthrough she began to lift the veil about her deeply hidden inner passions and her love for humanity. It was only after this initiation and rite of passage that the healer and humanitarian began to emerge. But it was during the Level I Amrit Yoga Teacher training in 2013 that she began the journey of uncovered her true essence and her path as a yogi. She states that, “The journey of learning is never truly over until the last dying breath and even then, it remains in question.”
Katherine has a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration and Legal Studies from Bryant University 2005. As a yoga instructor, she intends on sharing all her knowledge and wisdom as she continues to grow in her yoga practice and extending it in ways that can help others by using the Amrit principles, meditation and creative ways that will assist her student’s growth and development as yogis.
Question & Answer
What should I wear?
Loose comfortable clothing. The same you would wear to a yoga class. The session is done fully clothed. If you will be enjoying an Herbal Treatment please wear dark shorts and sleeveless shirt.
Can I eat ahead of time?
I recommend not eating anything heavy 1 hour before your appointment.
I’m not flexible or I have an injury, can I still attend a session?
Yes, Thai Yoga Therapy is designed to work for almost any body type. It will assist in the bodies flexibility and aid in the healing process. Modifications can be done for most injuries, please contact therapist for more information if you have an injury and inform her of that injury.
Why would a yoga practitioner try Thai Yoga Therapy?
~The benefits of Thai Yoga Therapy to a Yoga practitioner are that the client can experience the deep stretches from poses that would be difficult for them to achieve without assistance due to the years it may take to develop the strength, balance and flexibility to perform the pose in a solo yoga practice. Because theses stretches are deeper, it enhances one’s ability to practice solo on the mat.
Heather Indu Eilering is currently on sabbatical. She believes that the process of healing is holistic, including; body, mind and heart. The process of healing then leads the individual to recognize the limitless Spirit within.
Her clients describe her as compassionate with a balance between knowledge and intuition to help discover just what needs to be done in order for physical, mental and emotional healing to happen.
back pain, sciatica, broken bone, torn discs, bulging disks, MS, Cancer, amputee…just to name a few. The consensus has been: “I didn’t know my body could do that! I feel so much better.”
In addition to Thai Bodywork, Heather is also a certified Amrit Yoga Instructor and Yoga Nidra Facilitator as well as a Reiki Master. Heather has been passionately helping individuals in their healing process for over 8 years and continues to expand her knowledge through further training and education.
Heather received her certification at Thai Bodywork.
“I liked the luxury of being in my body while being guided by your warmth and love (strong word but that is the energy I felt).” D.F.
“Thank you I feel deeply relaxed and emotionally moved.” R.R.
”I feel as if my entire body is being ‘healed’ and strengthened…I feel trust is key. I trust you will keep working with me slowly and carefully to get the most benefit from this therapy…It leaves me feeling strong and energized. My neck and shoulders are more flexible than from months of PT.” F.D.
“This was a wonderful complement to a yoga practice.” P.B.
“I liked the gentleness of each motion effect on my ankle injury. Therapist was able to modify to get the maximum benefit.” M.E.J.
“If you keep your eyes closed, it feels like you’re flying.” J.F.