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Welcome to SVG Thai massage training center Chiangmai Thailand. Here we can ensure a more personal education with no more than 10 students per class. This enables the students to have a better understanding, more practice and a family like experience. Please contact us email to: 



 Mobile: +66837607715, Telephone: +6653202870


Welcome to SVG THAI MASSAGE TRAINING CENTER, Chiangmai Thailand

  " Bring your success , bring your happiness "






Apply 10 days or 60 hours Basic Thai Massage Course Level 1 & 2   GET THAI COOKING CLASS FREE!

Includes:- morning market tour and recripe in English but it's not include raw material 

Course fee   10,000   THB (335 US DOLLAR) 


 Apply 20 days or 120 hours Basic, Intermediate and Advanced Thai Therapeutic Massage Course Level 1, 2, 3 and 4  


Course fee   25,000   THB  (835 US DOLLAR)


"Apply now!  Phone number is available EVERYDAY from 8 AM. to 8 PM. (BKK time). For other time, please send us email to:  or 

 and we will contact you within 24 hours."

Tel:+6653202870    Mobile:+66837607715

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  25 AUG - 05 SEP , 08 - 19 SEP , 22 SEP - 03 OCT , 06 - 17 OCT ,
 20 - 31 OCT , 03 - 14 NOV , 17 - 28 NOV , 01 - 12 DEC , 15 - 26 DEC 






Thai Massage is a system of massage and assisted stretching developed in Thailand, and influenced by the Traditional Medicine systems of India, China and Southeast Asia. This form of bodywork is often performed on the floor, and the client wears comfortable clothes the allow for movement. No oil are used in Thai massage. In the language it is usually called "Nuat phaen Thai" (Thai-style massage) or "Nuat phaen boran" (Thai ancient-style massage), though its formal name is nearly "Nuat Thai"(Thai massage) according to the Traditional Thai Medical Professions Act, BE2556(2013). The massage recipient changes into loose, comfortable clothes and lies on a mat or firm mattress on the floor. It can be done solo or in a group of a dozen or so patients in the same large room."The receiver may be positioned in a variety of yoga-like positions during the course of the massage, but deep static and rhythmic pressures form the core of the massage. The body will be energized and rejuvenated after the massage.

The massage practitioner leans on the recipient's body using hands and usually straight forearms locked at the elbow to apply firm rhythmic pressure. The massage generally follows the Sen lines Thai Classical&Massage, and Thai Body Work. Generally speaking, practitioners of modern Thai massage operate on the theory that the body is permeated with "lom," or "air," which is inhaled into the lungs and which subsequently travels throughout the body along 72,000 pathways called "sen," or "vessels."Typically, massage therapists manipulate a handful of major sen lines by pressing certain points along the lines. In the most models, the sen original at the navel and spread throughout the body to terminate at the oriffices. A singificant part of the practice of Thai massage on the body- somewhat analogous to meridians or channels and Indiannadis. Legs and feet of the giver can be used to fixate the body or limbs of the recipient. In other position, hands fixate the body, while the feet do the massaging action. A full Thai massage session typically lasts 2 hours or more, and includes rhythmic pressing and stretching of the entire body, this may include pulling fingers, toes, ears, cracking the knuckles, walking on the recipient's back, and arching region across Thailand, and no single routine or thoretical frame work that is universally accepted among healers.Nuat Boran is the Thai name for a type of body work native to Thailand (Nuat = massage, Boran = ancient). Thai massage is also known as Northern-style Thai massage, "Nuad paan boran , Nuat Thai, Traditional Thai massage, Traditional Thai Medicine Massage, Ancient Massage, Thai Yoga, Thai Yoga Massage, Yoga Massage also includes Yoga-like strethces which are in tended to stimulate the sen and move lom through the body via a pumping action which is connected with the patients's breathing. The theory of sen and lom is often translated into English as "meridians" and "energy". While there are some superficial similarites to Chinese meridian theory, the Thai system is in fact more closely related to the nadir of the Indian traditions of yoga and Ayurveda. It is said in the Thai tradition that there are 72,000 sen lines, This should not, however, be taken literally, as this number is a traditional Buddhist wat of indicating an infinite amount--the point being that each cell in the human body is linked to every other cell through this infinite and intricate mesh of energy. This energy is known as prana(Sanskrit), chi(Chinese) or palang sak(Thai). The pranic networks permeate the body of any living being, and vibrate in response to physiological, psychological, and spiritual experiences. No one can name or diagram all of the body's infinite energy circuits. However, 10 main sen are commonly taught are used in Thailand's massage school to treat the entire body.

Before 2009 we were located at the Old Medicine Hospital, but the groups were too big, with too many students. We decided to move to a smaller building and so we created SVG. Here we can ensure a more personal education with no more than 10 students per class. This enables the students to have a better understanding, more practice and a family like experience.