Being held is among our first experiences in life, and one of the most important. Our need for loving physical contact continues throughout our lives: it connects us deeply to others and enhances our wellbeing.
Join Elizabeth Ewanchuk to learn the sacred art of compassionate touch. In this 4-hour introduction to Thai Massage, you’ll learn a 30-minute Thai Massage sequence and will leave with the confidence to make the experience enjoyable for both giver and receiver. You’ll also take home a guidebook to help you build on these skills.
You and your partner will explore:
- The underlying principles of Thai Massage
- Communicating through voice, touch and intention
- Creating a nurturing environment
- Touch and alignment techniques to offer effective treatments
- Postures to provide ease and comfort to legs, hips, back, shoulders and neck
Share this experience with a friend, partner or loved one and see how your relationship blossoms!
Space is limited to 9 couples. Register early to save your spot.
Date & Time
Sunday, February 9th
2:00 – 6:00 pm
About the Teacher
Elizabeth Ewanchuk supports folks in their wellness journeys through Thai Massage, Craniosacral Therapy, Reiki (including crystal healing) and private yoga. Whether you’re looking to find greater ease in your body, to deepen your soul work or overcome injury, you’ll find Elizabeth’s approach will help you release deeply. Her work is subtle, yet powerful and driven by both intuition and a solid understanding of biomechanics.
Like many practitioners, Elizabeth discovered the power and effectiveness of holistic healing when faced with serious health problems and she quickly realized this was the work she was meant to do. She began practicing in the healing arts over 20 years ago; her zest to learn and share with others continues.
When not working, you’ll find her rock climbing, practicing yoga, cycling, trying in vain to teach her cats to fetch or enjoying a sunny spot under her favourite meditation tree. She believes playfulness is a virtue and makes a daily practice of not taking herself too seriously.