Time for Thai is the philosophy that if something is worth doing, it is worth doing well. True to Thai tradition, my massages are therefore a minimum of 75 minutes long.
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Julia Hart has been practising Thai massage since 2007, having trained in Thailand and England. She has also trained in India, in both massage and yoga, and is a qualified Sivananda yoga teacher.
Julia specialises in clinical treatments for chronic conditions combining Thai acupressure and Thai yoga massage.
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Sunshine School of Massage, Chiang Mai, Sept 2006 – Thai Massage Practitioner Certificate
Sunshine School of Massage, London, Nov 2006 – Mar 2007 – Assistant on Practitioner Training
Sunshine School of Massage, London, Nov 2006 – Mar 2007 – Advanced Thai Massage Course
Stonebridge Associated Colleges, July 2007 – ASET, Anatomy & Physiology Level 3 Certificate
Sunshine School of Massage, Mumbai, Nov 2007 – Thai Massage Practitioner Certificate
Walk in Back Rub company, London, Nov 2013 – Seated Massage Certificate
Sunshine School of Massage, Chiang Mai, Dec 2013 – Thai Acupressure for Orthopaedic Disorders – Advanced massage Certificate
City College Brighton & Hove, Brighton, Jan – June 2015 – Anatomy & Physiology VTCT Level 3 Certificate
European School of Shiatsu, Brighton, Jan – Oct 2015 – Theory & Practice of Japanese Bodywork Certificate
Thai Dee School of Massage, Eindhoven, Sept 2018 – Thai Acupressure for the Lower Body