Below are past students who have studied and practiced SEA Therapy with me several times over the years. I have worked with all of them and can highly recommend any of these experienced practitioners for good, therapeutic bodywork. Each of them currently use various amounts of the strategies, knowledge and techniques that I teach in SEA Therapy.
PJ became a client of SEA Therapy in Fall, 2009 and I helped treat him for residual Sciatica issues. PJ benefited from the bodywork, then became a SEA student and practitioner after 7-months of training. Since then, we have collaborated together on body rolling over the years as he turned some of my own suggestions with a foam roller into his own practice and beautiful hand-made foam roller of Northern Thailand called: www.lannaroller.com
PJ may be in USA, Sri Lanka or Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Contact information: http://lannaroller.com/pjs-therapeutic-bodywork
Jessie has been a bodyworker for over 13-years and came to me as a client in 2010 mostly for general upper-body tightness. I worked with Jessie for treatments and body rolling in 2010 and then she returned as a SEA student in November 2011, 2012 and 2013. Jessie has been giving bodywork sessions that are SEA in terms of treatment plan and most of the techniques, but also integrates with her own previous techniques. She has also been teaching body rolling to her clients for followup maintenance.
Jessie may be in Chiang Mai, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Hong Kong or Canada.
Contact information: www.bodijiin.com
Sylvain became a student of SEA in May 2010 with many other students coming from ITM Thai Massage school. Sylvain studied SEA many times over the year and has had many sessions from me as well. Sylvain has gone on to study many other massage and healing modalities and now practices and teaches his own style called “Samana Thai Massage." He also practices and teaches Body Rolling as well. Sylvain has great passion and patience for teaching many holistic practices.
Sylvain may be in France, New Caledonia or Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Contact information: www.samanathaimassage.com
Dmitri became a client of SEA in 2010, having back issues in the past. I worked with Dmitri for treatments and body rolling, and then he returned as a student in October 2011. Dmitri studied SEA many times over the year and has also had many sessions with mel. Dmitri helped me teach SEA a few times as well and has gone on to study many other healing modalities. Dmitri keeps his massage technique very close to the SEA style and I have often refered clients to him when I get too busy or leave town.
Dmitri may be in Europe, Spain or Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Contact information: https://www.facebook.com/deroshenko
David first studied SEA Foundations in February 2014 where he gained a new appreciation for the intersection of thai energy lines with western physiology and anatomy. David returned for three more visits to Chiang Mai for more sessions, repeating Foundations, receiving private tutoring and taking the SEA Practitioner course. David has been very passionate in practicing SEA on many people in USA and abroad in the last year. He’s currently enrolled at UCLA in the MBA program through 2017.
David may be in Los Angeles or Minneapolis, USA
Contact information: http://www.healingrhino.com