Khmer Academy of Massage Therapy (KAMT) practices ancient holistic manipulations of soft body tissues for the purpose of normalizing specific tissues. Services consist of manual techniques to include applying fixed or movable pressure, and holding and causing movement to selected parts of the the body. KAMT specializes in providing certifications in two principal areas: Rue-Si Datton (Thai Yoga) and Thai Foot Reflexology. Teaching practices are endorsed by Thai Traditional Medical Services Society and Thailand Foundation for the Development of Foot Reflexology. Upon successful completion, you can open your own clinic for training, issuing approved Thai Traditional Medical Services Society certificates directly to your own local students. The Academy also provides customized skill-building classes, an array of therapeutic massage packages, on-site room and board at its campus and assistance in shaping cultural immersion packages for its clients while studying and relaxing in Siem Reap.
If Rue-Si Datton (Thai Yoga) and Thai Foot Reflexology are new to you and you are seeking to learn more before committing to registration, please refer to the mini-electronic library of informational videos below to help you understand a segment of the certifications awarded by the Academy in Siem Reap, Cambodia. When you view these videos, don't worry about the language differences, but follow the technique and the impact of the practice the body segment which is being addressed. Also, if "how the body works" puzzles you, visit the Academy's electronic library featuring over four-dozen videos on Anatomy and Physiology. These can help prepare you before your certification training in the Kingdom of Cambodia, can assist during the actual courses in Siem Reap, and complement your business after returning to your homeland. If you have questions, please send your questions in the "Contact Us" section of this website and we will reply within a 24-hour timeframe. Have fun.
The Khmer Academy of Massage Therapy specializes in providing certifications in two principles areas:
This intensive training results in internationally recognized certifications. It is endorsed by Thai Traditional Medical Services Society Bangkok, Thailand and Thailand Foundation for Development of Foot Reflexology
THAI YOGA MASSAGE SCHOOL BANGKOK THAILAND
The true practice of the art of healing in traditional Nuad Boran (Thai massage) is the compassionate intent of the healer. The Buddhist spiritual practices associated with Thai massage cultivate humility, awareness and concentration in the healer designed to bring the practitioner to a deeper level of awareness of both, practitioner and the receiver. This compassionate state of being is termed Metta, which usually translates as loving kindness. Loving-kindness has the mode of friendlines for its foundational characteristic. Its natural function is to promote approachability. It is manifested by the disappearance of ill-will. Its footing is seeing with kindness. When it succeeds, it eliminates ill-will. When it fails it, degenerates into selfish affectionate desire. May all beings be free from enmity, affliction and anxiety and live happily.
Benefits of Traditional Thai Massage
Helps the detoxification of the body and boost immune system
Increases blood circulation, lower blood pressure
Improves muscle relaxation, increases flexibility in your muscles, increases mobility
Improves breathing and posture, balance, corrects body alignments, and dissolves energy blockages
Helps tone the body, strengthens joints and solves physical problems
Slows the aging process
Centers the Mind, Body and Spirit
Reduces and relieves both stress and anxiety
Helps people boost inner energy levels
Achieves better health, increasing vitality
The Khmer Academy of Massage Therapy
Training classes and therapy sessions are located in mystical Siem Reap, Cambodia.
If you are considering a combined tourist and training trip, check the websites below to whet your appetitie.
Introduction to Siem Reap
Introduction to Angkor Wat
Introduction to Tourism in Cambodia
Introduction to Khmer Culture and Traditions
Introduction to Meeting and Greeting in Cambodia
Introduction to Khmer Cuisine