The Thai Yoga Massage has its roots in India and the founder of this art was Jivaka Kumar Baccha, a physician from Northern India, close friend of the Buddha and also the physician of the order of Buddhist monks and nuns, over 2.500 years ago. Thai Yoga Massage is the physical application of Metta, the Pali and Thai word to denote ‘loving kindness’. Learning the beautiful art of traditional Thai Yoga Massage is not just about memorising a series of exercises, nor about thinking that we can cure the world of their sicknesses. It is about learning to give from the heart with compassion and have a deep understanding of the other person’s suffering. We are all reflections of each other’s strengths and weaknesses. We are all connected. We learn how to give and receive, touch, breathe, feel. When we massage, we don’t aim to heal. We aim to help others believe they can and will be healed. When we are connected to the Divine, the healing process happens all by itself.