Rue-si Dat Ton (Traditional Thai Yoga) with Miguel Laborda Bartolomé
Friday 18.00 – 18.45
€12,50 per lesson / €100,- for a 10-lesson card
ITM Thai Hand Amsterdam students have a discount and pay only €7,50 per lesson / €75,- for a 10-lesson card
Note: No Rue-si Dat Ton lessons on 10 October, 7 & 21 November and in December
Rue-si Dat Ton (Traditional Thai Yoga) is not well-known in the west, but in Thailand this type of yoga is practiced to prevent illnesses and treat ailments in their early stages. Rue-si Dat Ton means “Hermit’s Self-Stretching Exercise” as this yoga-style practice was developed by religious hermits in Thailand many centuries ago. Originally designed to restore energy, flexibility and vitality after long periods of meditation retreat Rue-si Dat Ton has since become an integral part of traditional Thai health practices. With every posture, you inhale and exhale as directed by the teacher, and then hold your breath for a few moments. Each posture may be repeated 3-5 times on each side.
Rue-si Dat Ton is regarded as more gentle and accessible than many forms of yoga taught. Consequently, it can be practiced by all age groups and all levels of ability.Benefits of Rue-Si Dat Ton include: an increased flexibility, improved circulation, stress release, a reduction in irritability, sleeplessness and depression, improved posture and a strengthened immune system.
Who can join Would you like to prevent illnesses by using a more gentle yoga practice accessible to all age groups? Then Rue-si Dat Ton (Traditional Thai Yoga) is the class you are looking for. Join now!
Important notes for students
- Be aware that lessons start on time. Please arrive 15 minutes before starting time, to change and to register. We start on time and the door closes 5 minutes after starting time so everyone can fully enjoy the course, without interruptions.
- If you can not join on time for a special reason, please explain your situation in advance, so we can study your situation and make adjustments if needed
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