Traditional Thai Hermits Yoga "Ruesri Datton" Training

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Traditional Thai Hermits Yoga "Ruesri Datton" Training

250.00

Learn the self healing benefits of traditional Thai Hermit yoga and use your new skills to teach others.

Duration: 8 hours (2 sessions of 4 hours)
Minimum # participants: 1
Maximum # participants: 4
Location: Eco-Logic Thailand, Paksong, Thailand
When: upon request with Lek 

Includes:  certificate and handbook Thai Yoga Therapy Training, information sheet, notebook.

Note: Accommodation available (Ecologicthailand.com), not included in price.

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About the Reusi Dat Ton

Reusi Dat Ton (RDT) is a little known aspect of traditional Thai culture. It consists of breathing exercises, self-massage, dynamic exercises, poses, mantras, visualization and meditation. It is the foundation of Traditional Thai Massage and uses some of the same techniques also found in Indian Hatha Yoga and Tibetan Yoga Traditions. Depictions of RDT techniques can be seen in traditional artwork in various locations in Thailand. Traditional RDT manuscripts contain illustrations and descriptions of some of the techniques and go on to list over 60 different ailments(some using Sanskrit Ayurvedic Medical terminology), which can be remedied by RDT practices .Over 200 different RDT techniques have been identified as having similar counterparts in Indian Hatha Yoga. The founding father of Thai massage is an Ayurvedic doctor named Jivaka Kumar Bhacca, who is revered to this day throughout Thailand as the Father of Thai Medicine from over 2500 years ago. He was from northern India and personal physician of the Buddha. During this Reusi Dat Ton Training you will learn to master 20 positions of this traditional Thai yoga therapy.

 

Benefits of Reusi Dat Ton:

Thai Hermit’s Yoga is Ascetics self-healing and strengthening for pain relief. It is a  pranayama technique that creates hypoxia and a breath holding technique called Kumbhaka . It is one of the most revered techniques for controlling energy in your body. True yogis speak of the importance of slowing down your breath in order to experience optimum health and mental clarity.