Level 2: Intermediate Thai Massage


Level 2 Intermediate Thai Massage course

This certified 30-hour Thai massage course teaches you acupressure and stretches in the side-lying, prone and sitting positions.


30 Hours

Course Fee

$600 plus GST

The Level 2: Intermediate Thai Massage course occurs three times a year, during the second weeks of February, May and November.

The primary focus of this course will be to teach you Thai massage acupressure and stretches in the side-lying, prone and sitting positions. You will learn massage techniques that use your hands, knees, feet, and elbows and efficient transitions between each of these techniques. Each massage position begins with the feet and moves up toward the head.

Refund Policy

You must pay for the course in advance to secure your place. You may receive a full refund less a $50 administration fee up to three weeks before the start date, 75% up to two weeks in advance, and 50% up to one week before the start date. There is no refund after the class has started.

Traditional Thai Massage

Folk Thai massage is the most common style of Thai Traditional Massage in Thailand, originating and applied within family households and in the public arena.

Visit our Knowledge Base to learn more about Traditional Thai massage and the difference between the Folk and Royal styles.


Traditional Thai Massage

Everything that we teach in our school we practice in our clinic. To experience a traditional Thai massage, book with Grant.

Course Details


Wednesday to Sunday


9:00 am – 4:00 pm


Handbook, T-shirt, certificate

Our courses emphasize hands-on training and practical experience. In addition to working with the instructor and other students, you can practice your new skills on Sirius Health client volunteers on the fourth training day.

This course will begin daily with Thai Yoga (Reusi Dat Ton). Course content will progress along four streams of study: Professional, Theoretical, Practical and Ethical. Course content will include the steps to becoming a Thai massage practitioner and introduce the five layers of the body. We will review how to create intake forms and SOAP notes and examine the implications of cultural appropriation regarding Thai massage.

Professional Content

Becoming a Thai Massage Practitioner


Intake Forms and SOAP Notes


Five Layers of the Body


Cultural Appropriation

By the end of the course, you will be able to perform a complete 120-minute Traditional Thai massage using all four positions.

Course Requirements

Students are required to complete any homework assigned.
Students must achieve a mark of 70% or above on skill assessments. If you receive a mark below 70%, you must do a re-assessment. Cost: $25.
Students are required to attend 90% of the class. Students absent from lessons must make up the missed ones from 16:00 to 17:00, Monday to Thursday. The cost of the makeup lesson is $40 per 1-hour session. In the case of illness, Sirius Health will not charge for makeup lessons. A doctor’s certificate is required

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