Thai Massage Teacher: Cyriac


Thai Massage Faculty -  CyriacCyriac is a father, husband, Buddhist yogi and of course a Thai Massage teacher.  He takes each of his roles with great passion. After living for several years in the Himalayas practicing meditation, healing, and a yogic life, he shares the insights gained from those experiences now in the United States.

With more than 640 hours of Thai Massage training in Thailand and nine years of experience, he has been evolving as a teacher over the years. Being born in India, Cyriac was raised from an early age into a yogic culture. Austerity, simplicity, and equanimity took roots as a young boy growing up in the spiritual chaos that is India.

Even though his education in one of the finest business schools took him deep into the corporate world, his desire for simpler life and a genuine quest for truth never died. After giving up his corporate career, apartment, car and the high life he spent several years traveling. In his travels, he ran quite coincidentally into Thai Massage during a course in Thailand.

Amazed by its healing properties and spiritual origins in India he dove into studying it with many teachers and masters over the several years. Being a traditionalist, a rationalist and a skeptic he brings a strong scientific perspective to Yoga and healing. He believes that healing should be demystified so everyone can learn and practice it. As his Master says "Magic is technology that one cannot comprehend."

Today Cyriac considers his training in Yogic arts from his Guru and Ajarn Pichest as the most critical in developing an authentic understanding of both Buddhism and Thai massage.  Therefore, he brings this tradition and old world authenticity when conducting his classes. Cyriac has worked hard to demystify the art of healing so all his students can experience the technology without abstraction. With a very anatomical and technical approach, his therapy style blends and molds to the client's needs and empowers his clients to participate in their healing transformations through lifestyle and preventive medicine.

Cyriac has been teaching Thai Yoga Massage in Bangalore and Mysore in India for several years and is happy to have created a generation of practitioners, there who would make Ajarn Jivaka very happy.

 Cyriac is also available for private courses in other parts of the world for a minimum of four students.

Write to him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call him at 913-375-0716  from 9 AM to 5 PM Pacific time to collaborate with him on his new projects or to invite him to host a course in your community.

Click here to request a Thai Massage Training hosting guide. 

Upcoming Courses by Cyriac

Thai Yoga Pain Management

Learn the easy and natural way to fight pain like Lower Back Pain, Knee pain or wrist pain. Whether you are looking to understand your pain and beat it or help family or friends this course can teach you the secrets of pain management distilled from Thai Massage and Yoga.

Event Date 15-Dec-2018 11:00 am
Course ends 15-Dec-2018 1:00 pm
Capacity 15
Registered 2
Available place 13
Course Fees $20. Includes Pain analytics app and massage ball
Venues
Aayana Yoga Academy
#764/44, 2nd Floor, 37th Cross, 18th Main, 4th ‘T’ Block, Jayanagar Bengaluru, Karantaka 560011 India
Aayana Yoga Academy
US$ 20 13

Thai Yoga Pain Management

Learn the easy and natural way to fight pain like Lower Back Pain, Knee pain or wrist pain. Whether you are looking to understand your pain and beat it or help family or friends this course can teach you the secrets of pain management distilled from Thai Massage and Yoga.

Event Date 15-Dec-2018 2:00 pm
Course ends 15-Dec-2018 4:00 pm
Capacity 15
Registered 0
Available place 15
Course Fees US$ 20
Venues
Aayana Yoga Academy
#764/44, 2nd Floor, 37th Cross, 18th Main, 4th ‘T’ Block, Jayanagar Bengaluru, Karantaka 560011 India
Aayana Yoga Academy
US$ 20 15

Thai Yoga Pain Management

Learn the easy and natural way to fight pain like Lower Back Pain, Knee pain or wrist pain. Whether you are looking to understand your pain and beat it or help family or friends this course can teach you the secrets of pain management distilled from Thai Massage and Yoga.

Event Date 16-Dec-2018 11:00 am
Course ends 16-Dec-2018 1:00 pm
Capacity 15
Registered 0
Available place 15
Course Fees US$ 20
Venues
Amrutha Bindu Yoga
770, 2nd floor, 3rd cross, 7th main, J.P. Nagar 2nd Phase Bangalore, India Bangalore, Karnataka 560078 India
Amrutha Bindu Yoga
US$ 20 15

Thai Yoga Pain Management

Learn the easy and natural way to fight pain like Lower Back Pain, Knee pain or wrist pain. Whether you are looking to understand your pain and beat it or help family or friends this course can teach you the secrets of pain management distilled from Thai Massage and Yoga.

Event Date 16-Dec-2018 2:00 pm
Course ends 16-Dec-2018 4:00 pm
Capacity 15
Registered 2
Available place 13
Course Fees INR 1,400
Venues
Amrutha Bindu Yoga
770, 2nd floor, 3rd cross, 7th main, J.P. Nagar 2nd Phase Bangalore, India Bangalore, Karnataka 560078 India
Amrutha Bindu Yoga
INR 1,400 13

School of Thai Massage will be conducting it's four-day 30 hours Thai Yoga Massage Basic training course starting December 22nd, 2018 in the Mysore Krishnamachar Yoga Shala, Mysore. The course will include delivering Thai massage to a client in a supine position  (Client lies on their back). The objective of the course is to ensure that the practitioner learns not only the techniques of Thai Yoga Massage but also learns how to use these techniques from an anatomical perspective.

Pickup and drop from Bangalore International Airport to the venue can be arranged on an at-cost basis.

Enquiries

Event Date 22-Dec-2018 9:00 am
Course ends 25-Dec-2018 5:30 pm
Registration Start Date 23-May-2016
Capacity 8
Registered 7
Available place 1
Course Fees INR 10,000
Venues
Mysore Krishnamachar Yoga Shala
Kanchen, # 490, DEVAMBA AGRAHARA, K.R. MOHALLA, Mysuru, Karnataka 570024, India
Mysore Krishnamachar Yoga Shala
INR 10,000 1

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