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Stephen Masullo

stephen.masullo@gmail.com

(860) 857-7810

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Lenox, MA

(860) 857-7810

With the intention of helping us ALL Ascend to a Life/World of Living Love, COMPLETELY Null and Void of Fear. I use my site as a multimedia platform to Share Love/Harmony based Truth Propaganda. 

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Thai Yoga

What is Thai Yoga?

Thai Yoga has been affectionately referred to as lazy person's yoga. In other words, Thai Yoga is a series of yoga postures done to you, with rhythmic palming and thumbing added in. The palming and thumbing is done up and down energy lines ("sen lines") through out the body to help with the flow and circulation of energy, blood, and lymph. This greatly benefits the muscles by squeezing out toxins and then ringing in fresh blood, much like the ringing out a used sponge. The palming and thumbing also helps boost immunity by circulating lymph which helps clear up bacteria in the body. The rhythmic motion of the palming and thumbing, along with the dance like flow from one posture to the next, helps to sooth and calm the nervous system which has a deeply relaxing affect.

Thai Yoga is a comprehensive form of bodywork that covers the hole body from head to toe. It is done on a mat on the floor, where both the client and practitioner are dressed in comfortable clothes appropriate for movement. The Thai Yoga session will be customized to fit the needs of the client with the intention of bringing balance and ease to the body and mind. 

Why a Thai Yoga Session?

  • Stress reduction
  • Relaxation
  • Relieve muscle tension
  • Detoxify the body
  • Boost immunity
Receiving a Thai [yoga] from Stephen Masullo this evening reminded me how deeply healing the best bodywork can be. How does this transpire? It’s all about presence and quality of touch.

Being held in Stephen’s presence was grounding, reassuring, and calming. He makes contact, moves the body, holds it in stretches, and massages it with strength and mindfulness. This translates to feeling safe, relaxed, respected—in other words, healed. And I’m not yet even talking about the bodywork per se! Ultimately, the mechanics of the bodywork are superfluous. In a sense, if you’ve got the presence and quality of touch down, it doesn’t matter what you actually do to the body. However, I also loved what he did!
— Barney Stein