Date: January 24, 2014

Time: 7:00 – 9:00 pm

Where: Redding Center for Meditation, Meditation Hall

*Suggested Donation for the evening: $20

If you would like to attend this evening, please RSVP by January 17 to or call 203-244-3130

Please see David’s description below:

Traditional Thai Massage is a Holistic approach to health through mindful presence. Though nurturing prayer, loving kindness and compassion one offers their service to another for the highest good. Thai massage is traditionally practiced in temples and today a major school for Thai massage is part of Wat Po, a large temple compound in the heart of Bangkok. A must see temple and a not to miss ‘get a massage’ experience.

Come practice and share Thai massage techniques on each other. Receive instruction and practice with David Schoenberg’s expert guidance.  We will be starting on the feet and legs as is typical in Thailand. Thai Massage is received clothed, on the floor and is comprised mostly of compressions and stretching to Sen Lines (energetic channels in the body).

David Schoenberg has been a Massage Therapist for 20 years. He has studied Thai Massage intensively including travel to Thailand in 1996. He teaches Yoga at the Meditation Center Tuesdays 9:30-10:45am. Feel free to contact him with questions or check out his web site for more information.

*In the spirit of giving 100% of proceeds is to benefit the Redding Center for Meditation. He hopes to spread a sense of healthy touch, not only by professionals, but by compassionate individuals, friends and family caring for each other; a trait that is more readily acceptable in Thailand and probably other eastern cultures.