Thai Yoga Bodywork

Thai Yoga Bodywork is an ancient healing modality where the receiver has the opportunity to surrender as the practitioner actively stretches and mobilizes them through assisted and supported yoga-like postures. There are elements of traction, energy work, accupressure, compression and deep breathing. The practitioner uses their own body weight and leverage to create pressure and effectively support the receiver in deep muscular release. This practice is ideal for anyone who is looking for increased range of motion, enhanced flexibility and it is beneficial and gentle enough for someone with tightness, previous injury and physical limitation.

Thai Yoga is done on a mattress on the floor, the receiver must wear loose fitting, comfortable clothes. Come prepared and ready to relax and reconnect.

$95 for 60 minutes
$135 for 90 minutes
$165 for 120 minutes

Thai Yoga Massage is not recommend for the people under following conditions:

  • An infectious skin disease, rash, or open wounds
  • Immediately after surgery
  • Immediately after chemotherapy or radiation, unless recommended by your doctor
  • Are prone to blood clots since massage may dislodge a clot, check with your doctor before having a massage if you have heart disease
  • Pregnant women should check with their doctor before getting Thai Yoga Massage
  • Areas that are bruised, inflamed, unhealed, have tumors, abdominal hernias, and recent fractures cannot be massaged

  • About Viki:

    Viki DeSalvo, 500 hr. RYT and Thai Yoga practitioner. Viki teaches with intention, threading purpose and prayer into movement and breath. She received her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training from BambooMoves in Englewood, NJ in 2012. A year later, Viki moved to help her fellow sadhaka and dear friend, establish BambooMoves Baltimore. She not only managed the space and taught, she helped cultivate a thriving yoga community.

    While in Baltimore, Viki was trained in Children’s Yoga through YoKid, she completed a 50 hour Thai Bodywork Certification with Eleanor Bramwell and her 300 hour Yoga Teacher Training with Chris Loebsack of Boundless Yoga. Viki believes yoga has the capacity to transform, it allows us to reveal who we truly at our center. Her classes invite us to become better acquainted with our childlike innocence, our ability to listen to the wisdom of your body and to heal ourselves.

    About Samantha:

    Samantha is constantly searching for perfect balance in her life. She came down this path when she became a massage therapist in 1999. She has been trying to expand her horizons ever since. She first started practicing yoga when she was pregnant with her first child as a way to stay fit and healthy. She fell in love with yoga, and completed her 200 hour teacher training at The Prancing Peacock in 2013.

    She loves inspiring her students. Samantha has practiced all kinds of dance from lyrical to salsa dancing and really has a passion for flowing movements. She loves how Vinyasa flow feels so much like dance. She has also taught children’s gymnastics for the past few years to create a space that all kids can feel joyful and playful.

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