Improve flexibility, relax and inquire within
with "lazy Yoga" or "assisted asana"
Sometimes called "Lazy yoga", or "assisted asana", Thai Massage is a perfect complement to your yoga practice. Combining compression, acupressure, and passive stretching, Thai massage contributes to an increased range of motion in your joints and muscles, which can improve your posture and relieve back pain!
Instead of a massage table, you lie on a mat on the floor while the provider manipulates your body in certain ways to stimulate organs and improve flexibility.
Thai massage is part of traditional Thai medicine. Similar to Chinese medicine, it works with the body's energetic pathways.
90 Minute Session - $130
meet the healer
Upon discovering Thai Massage’s relationship to Hatha Yoga, I enrolled in Dynamic Hatha Yoga Teacher Training. My 500 hour training taught me the value of stability and ease(80% movement, 20% stillness). I began to apply this principle to my Thai Massage practice. Yoga offers an individual the opportunity to inquire their present self, which can be challenging. Thai Massage offers the same opportunity to inquire, but with the outside force of the practitioner assisting the receiver’s movement. This enables the receiver to become more aware of their body’s present sensations without the distraction of internal effort.
Jonathan is a Licensed Master Massage Therapist who has experience in Tui Na, Therapeutic/Rehabilitative and Swedish techniques which he has utilized in doctor’s offices, PT Clinics, spas & fitness centers in several states, NYC & the Virgin Islands.
After completing Two Souls Thai Massage training NYC, he moved to Thailand to continue his education. He also has training in Thai Massage for Pre/Post Natal mothers.
He resides in Jonesboro, AR with his wife, Holland LeDelia & their new baby girl, Luna! They own the holistic wellness retreat center, Eastern Livity.
He is an Associate Member of Ortho-Bionomy®, has completed his 300 hour Yoga Training with Circle Yoga Shala in NW Arkansas and preliminary Ashiatsu Massage training, and most recently began teaching LMTs Thai Massage in the form of NCBTMB approved Continuing Eduction credits.