Thai Acupressure Massage Treatment For Tension Headache
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Thai Acupressure Massage Treatment For Tension Headache

Learn how to treat tension headache using traditional Thai massage lines & points treatment routine
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Created by Noam Tyroler
Last updated 6/2017
English
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  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • You will learn how to diagnose this specific condition and differentiate between this and other similar conditions.
  • I will briefly show you all the lines and points associated with this treatment.
  • We will discuss each line and point in depth and see different pressure techniques for them.
  • We will also talk about contra-indications and dangerous possible mistakes to avoid.
  • By the end of this course you will be able to relieve your client's headache through the traditional Thai physical therapy method.
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Requirements
  • You should be a certified practitioner of any method of manual therapy.
Description

Treatment Routine 3 - Tension Headache:

  • The pain is located around the entire head.
  • Symptoms may include stiffness of the neck, upper back, shoulders, and shoulder blades.
  • The pain may be caused by overuse of the eyes together with the arms, shoulders, shoulder blades, and neck. Sometimes this headache is caused by mental or emotional tension and stress.

Ready-made sets of point combinations are widely used by different acupuncture and acupressure traditions.

An important aspect of the point combinations is that they can be relied on as a very effective therapeutic tool even by practitioners with only basic training in manual therapy and without any knowledge of medical theory.

In addition, the use of point combinations establishes a solid foundation for the development of intuitive awareness of the energy lines and points.

Unlike a general treatment for the entire body, a treatment routine is aimed at treating an existing disorder, and focuses on only a few select areas, lines, and points (sometimes stretches are also used).

The lines and points of a specific routine are the core of the treatment, while other parts of the body are ignored or treated only when time allows.

This treatment routine is one of 60 different Thai acupressure treatment routines for orthopedic disorders. Please see my other courses on Udemy for the rest of those treatment routines.
Who is the target audience?
  • Manual therapy practiotners of any method.
  • Swedish massage, Deep Tissue, Twina, Shiatsu practitioners, physiotherapists, etc...
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Curriculum For This Course
25 Lectures
02:22:21
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Getting started
6 Lectures 01:10:51

Diagnosis & Treatment Steps
03:21

Points Overview
15:14

Warm-Up
17:05

Head & Face Massage
05:50

Abdominal Massage
18:03
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Thai Acupressure Lines & Points Formula
19 Lectures 01:11:30
2nd Back Line 1
04:11

3rd Back Line 1
03:35

Mid Occiput
04:07

3rd Back Line 2
03:29

2nd Back Line 3
03:38

3rd Back Line 4
03:04

3rd Back Line 5
05:16

3rd Back Line 6
04:17

3rd Back Line 7
03:57

Scapula 3
05:37

Scapula 5
03:34

Scapula 4
05:08

Scapula 7
03:27

Scapula 6
03:11

Scapula 9
03:15

Scapula 8
03:00

2nd Back Line 11
06:06

Temple
01:19

Head Side
01:19
About the Instructor
Noam Tyroler
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Noam Tyroler took his first Thai massage course in 1989 in the school of the Old Medicine Hospital in Chiang Mai in northern Thailand.

After several years of training, including 15 additional courses in Thailand, he became a Thai massage practitioner in 1992.

Three years later, he opened the Thai massage department at the Reidman international college. This is the largest college for holistic medicine in Israel and one of the largest in the world.

Since 1998, he teaches Thai acupressure and has trained hundreds of students in this Thai art, all over the world.