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What is Sen Ittha?

Sen Ittha begins one thumb width left of the navel and ends at the inside corner of the left eyebrow.

Sen Sumana is the second of ten Sen in the Sen Sib, consisting of one major and four minor lines. Sen Ittha mirrors Sen Pingkhala, which follows identical lines on the right side of the body.

Linked to the Earth Element, Sen Ittha is commonly associated with the treatment or relief of ailments such as headaches, sinusitis, back and neck pain, and sciatic nerve discomfort. The organs connected to Sen Ittha include the nose, kidneys, and urinary tract system.

Details of Sen Ittha

Other Names: Itha, Itta, Ida, Eeda
Focus: The respiratory system from 6 pm to 6 am
Body Origin: One thumb width from the left side of the navel
Body Gate: Left nostril
Indications: Migraines, headaches, stress, insomnia, asthma, stiff neck, scapula pain, high blood pressure, nose feeling strange, sinus problems, common colds, coughing, abdominal pain, restless legs, urinary tract disorders, back pain, knee pain, and chill and fevers.

Therapy Application

Lines 1 and 3 on the outside of the left leg
Line 1 on the left side of the back
The interior line of the left upper arm

Myofascial Meridian

Superficial left front line on the front of the abdomen and chest
Superficial left line on the spinal area

Anatomy Chain

In Thai Massage therapy, the practitioner clears blockages along the Sen lines, allowing Lom Pran to circulate freely and energetically throughout the body.

Sen Ittha begins one thumb width left of the navel and ends at the inside corner of the left eyebrow
Major Line: The major line begins one thumb width left of the navel, descends diagonally downwards across the left side of the public bone, and continues descending along the third inside line of the thigh to the knee. It then crosses around the knee and ascends the third outside line of the thigh to point three on the left buttocks. The line then continues to the sacrum and then up the first line of the back adjacent to the spinal column. It proceeds up the neck and along the left side of the central line of the skull to the forehead and then down the face to the inside corner of the left eyebrow.
Minor Line 1: The first minor line starts one thumb width left of the navel and goes straight up to the side of the left nostril.
Minor Line 2: The second minor line starts one thumb width left of the centre of the nipple line and goes to the left pinkie.
Minor Line 3: The third minor line starts on line one on the left side of the back beside C7, goes to the armpit, and then travels with Minor Line 2 to the pinkie on the left.
Minor Line 4: The fourth minor line starts at the top of the outer line 3 on the left calf muscle, travels down line 3, circles around the left ankle and runs along the edge of the left foot to the little toe.

Learn About the Sen Sib

Sen Sumana

Sen Sumana begins two thumb widths above the navel and ends at the bitter part of the tongue

Sen Ittha

Sen Ittha begins one thumb width left of the navel and ends at the inside corner of the left eyebrow

Sen Pingkhala

Sen Pingkala begins one thumb width right of the navel and ends at the inside corner of the right eyebrow

Sen Kalathari

Sen Kalathari begins four thumb widths to the left of the navel and ends on the small bone at the front of the left ear

Sen Sahatsarangsi

Sen Sahatsarangsi begins three thumb widths to the left of the navel and ends at the middle of the bottom of the left eye

Sen Thawari

Sen Thawari begins three thumb widths to the right of the navel and ends at the middle of the bottom of the right eye

Sen Lawusang

Sen Lawusang begins four thumb widths to the left of the navel and ends on the small bone at the front of the left ear

Sen Ulangwa

Sen Ulangwa begins four thumb widths to the right of the navel and ends on the small bone at the front of the right ear

Sen Nanthakrawat

Sen Nanthakrawat begins two thumb widths below the navel and ends at the rectum

Sen Khitchanna

Sen Khitchanna begins two thumb widths below the navel and a little to the right side and end at the penis on men and through the uterus into the vagina on women
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