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Body & Mind Wellness Studio
https://mybodyandmindwellness.com

We offer yoga classes, Thai & Western massage therapy, Thai & Western massage training, and meditation instruction to gain healthy benefits of open joints, flexible body, and a healthy mind.

Sunrise Yoga: Focuses on stretching the full body, opening the joints, and getting the body’s energy system active and flowing for the day ahead.

Wake Up Yoga: Get ready for your day with active yoga poses to wake up your mind and leave your body feeling refreshed.

Power Yoga: Develops stability, balance, and core muscle strength, vital for healthy posture and to eliminate strain on the physical body.

Vinyasa Flow: Active and flowing yoga postures with breathing techniques for a strong body and mind.

Hatha Flow: Slow, deep, and mindful stretches for a healthy body and a stable mind.

Open Heart Yoga: Perfect class to improve posture by opening the shoulders, chest, and back. This eliminates strain to the physical body and mind.

Inverted Yoga: Specialized class for advanced students who enjoy and benefit from learning inverted yoga poses with support of an experienced teacher.

Happy Back Yoga: Stretch and strengthen your back muscles through specialized yoga poses to target the most problematic area of the physical body - your back!

Innovative Alignment Yoga: Specially designed yoga program that ensures you enter, hold, and exit each yoga pose with correct body alignment. Teacher dedicates significant time to assist and support each student’s individual practice so that you can realize the most benefits of each pose.

Pranayama Breathing Meditation: Flood your brain, lungs, heart, and capillaries with oxygen to purify and enrich your blood and the respiratory system while also leaving your mind calm and relaxed.

Mindfulness Meditation: Learn how to create a stable and clear mind with increased levels of concentration. (Seated, Walking, Standing, and Lying postures) Space limited to 20 participants per class. You are welcome to join this class for FREE!

Introduction to Yoga: First time beginners gentle yoga class for participants who have never experienced yoga. One (1) hour of yoga with 30-minutes for questions and discussion. Space limited to 20 participants per class. FREE on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month.

International Yoga Teachers: Specialized FREE class for community of international yoga teachers who would like to meet, practice, and share with other teachers. Space limited to 20 participants per class. Please bring a photo of your yoga teacher training certificate for verification and FREE admission.

(Private Group Classes and One-on-One Sessions are available by appointment. Call 083-484-2999 to discuss your interest.)

Experienced & Certified Teachers | Challenging, Fun, and Supportive Classes | All equipment provided

Drop In: ฿ 300

Class Pass (5 sessions): ฿ 1300 (Valid for 30 days)
Class Pass (10 sessions): ฿ 2500 (Valid for 60 days)
Class Pass (15 sessions): ฿ 3500 (Valid for 60 days)

***Packages can not be shared among members.
***You can transfer your package to a friend or family member.

Massage Therapy

Thai Massage: 90-min (฿ 1800) / 120-mins (฿ 2400)
Customized and highly therapeutic massage unique to Thailand that will assist you to resolve the deepest and most stubborn aches and pains.

Thai Herbal Massage: 90-min (฿ 2400) / 120-mins (฿ 3000)
You will enjoy a Thai massage with the added benefit of steamed herbal compresses for the added therapeutic benefit of a heated herbal poultice applied throughout your body. This is perfect for stiff, sore, and over worked muscles to relieve tension and tightness.

Thai Foot Massage: 60-min (฿ 1200)
Unique foot treatment to relieve tension and tightness in the lower legs. The therapist will address over 70 unique pressure points to alleviate the aches and pains of your feet and legs.

East West Massage: 90-min (฿ 1800) / 120-mins (฿ 2400)
A combination of the famous Thai stretches and acupressure to relieve tension and tightness in your muscles with the added benefit of the long relaxing and calming gliding strokes of western massage using oil or lotion. Truly, the best of both worlds!

Call to schedule your appointment or just walk in for a massage that will help you achieve a healthy body and mind.

Thai & Western Massage Training

Professional massage and bodywork training by highly experienced international instructor. Sararut Pilakun, a native Thai, has over 35 years of experience in the spa, wellness, and healing arts community of Thailand and international locations including the USA.

Our instructor has held multiple positions as a Massage Therapist, Spa Trainer, Senior Instructor, and Spa Manager in Thailand and the USA. She is ready to train you how to be successful as a healing arts practitioner.

Classes offered:

Level 1: Basic Thai Massage (40-hours)

Level 2: Intermediate Thai Massage (40-hours)

Level 3: Advanced Thai Massage (40-hours)

Level 4: Thai Folk Healing (56-hours)

East West Massage (40-hours)

Thai Herbal Compress Massage (16-hours)

Thai Foot Massage (Reflexology) (24-hours)

Level 5: Thai Teacher Apprenticeship (80-hours)

Individual Private Apprenticeship

Meditation Instruction

See our schedule for days and times of classes.

Mindfulness Breathing Meditation: Learn how to create a stable and clear mind with increased levels of concentration. (Seated, Walking, Standing, and Lying postures) Space limited to 20 participants per class. You are welcome to join this class for FREE!

About Us - Meet Our Founder

Sararut (“Sara”) Pilakun

Sara is a native Thai with 35+ years of experience in the health and wellness field. She started learning massage at the age of 9 with her mom in their remote village in Thailand. She learned in the traditional style as an apprentice.

She studied Thai folk healing, Thai massage, and related healing arts.

She soon realized her way of life would blossom into a healthy career. Sara applied herself in formal education studying massage and bodywork through multiple schools. She started in the beginner classes of 3 separate schools and advanced through to instructor level of each program. She is an approved instructor for the Union of Traditional Thai Medicine Society.

In 2007, Sara relocated to the USA were she was employed at the most well known and highly reputable Thai massage school. She worked as a senior therapist and senior instructor until, in 2015, she moved back to Chiang Mai, Thailand with her family.

While in the USA she specialized in treating clients with significant medical concerns left untreated by western medicine. While in the USA, she perfected her countless years of training and education into a successful massage therapy practice.

Sara taught the healing arts of Thailand to 1000’s of yoga instructors, pilate instructors, massage therapists, physical therapists, personal trainers, doctors, nurses, and those looking to change careers by jump starting their wellness education.

Sara continued her education by completing a 200-hour yoga teacher training program with teachers from India and Thailand. Sara has been highly influenced by the teachings of Gotama Buddha through her personal journey with these teachings throughout her entire life. Sara has lived at several temples throughout Thailand for temporary stays as a lay Buddhist practitioner.

She has now created Body & Mind Wellness Studio as a merging of all her influences, education, and dedicated practice for over 35 years. Body & Mind Wellness Studio offers Yoga, Massage Therapy, Massage Training, and Meditation Instruction.

Experience Sara’s life long pursuit of practice in the healing arts directly with her in one of her many yoga classes, in a private massage therapy session or in one of her many massage training courses.

Sara has personally assembled a team of highly qualified staff that believe in her vision for a healthy body and mind for all beings.

Join Body & Mind Wellness Studio for a yoga class, Thai & Western massage therapy session, Thai & Western massage training or meditation instruction all with the goal of helping you to achieve and maintain the health of your Body & Mind.

Contact

Body & Mind Wellness Studio
2 Moon Mueng Road, Sri 7
Sriphoom, Chiang Mai 50200

083-484-2999
Line ID: mybodyandmind
https://mybodyandmindwellness.com

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Breathing Mindfulness Meditation: Learn how to create a stable and clear mind with increased levels of concentration. (Seated, Lying, Standing, and Walking positions). Learn how meditation is a practice inside of your "life practice" on The Path towards nibbana or enlightenment as taught by Gotama Buddha. Enlightenment/Nibbana: a steady, calm, peaceful mind free of greed, hatred, and delusion with the elimination of ego and cravings realizing non-self. Complete inner peace... You are welcome to join this class at no cost. If you are interested to offer a donation, you are welcome to do so. All are welcomed and no one will be turned away. —— Gotama Buddha’s goal was to provide teachings that gave the mind a place it could be permanently content, thus, completely eliminate discontentedness of the mind teaching human beings how to attain nibbana or enlightenment. He understood that all things in the world are impermanent and because of our cravings, desires, and clinging for everything to be permanent...we cause our own discontentedness. When we have learned and practiced teachings that lead to enlightenment, nobody can cause us discontentedness of the mind. The mind can be calm, peaceful, and content. Many people feel the goal in life is to be happy, however happiness is impermanent and you can not keep it forever. When the mind is not happy, it will move to sadness, anger, or worse. Therefore, if we dwell in happiness it will lead to discontentedness as the mind can not hold onto happiness forever. Happiness is still impermanent and is not the goal that would lead to nibbana or lasting inner fulfillment. Gotama Buddha offered teachings that would provide the mind a permanent place to dwell....contented, peaceful, calm, steady...a mind with loving kindness, compassion, generosity...and without greed, hatred, or delusion with the elimination of cravings and desires dissolving the ego and realization of non-self. This is nibbana...this is enlightenment...this is the goal to eliminate discontentedness or suffering of the mind and thus for the entire world to strive to attain enlightenment. It is possible. ----- Learning and Practicing the Teachings of Gotama Buddha with Guidance Facebook Group: Daily Wisdom - Walking The Path with The Buddha FREE Book Available for Download - “Developing a Life Practice - The Path That Leads to Nibbana https://www.facebook.com/groups/DailyWisdom999/

Mindfulness Meditation (The Path That Leads to Enlightenment)

Body & Mind Wellness Studio

Breathing Mindfulness Meditation: Learn how to create a stable and clear mind with increased levels of concentration. (Seated, Lying, Standing, and Walking positions). Learn how meditation is a practice inside of your "life practice" on The Path towards nibbana or enlightenment as taught by Gotama Buddha. Enlightenment/Nibbana: a steady, calm, peaceful mind free of greed, hatred, and delusion with the elimination of ego and cravings realizing non-self. Complete inner peace... You are welcome to join this class at no cost. If you are interested to offer a donation, you are welcome to do so. All are welcomed and no one will be turned away. —— Gotama Buddha’s goal was to provide teachings that gave the mind a place it could be permanently content, thus, completely eliminate discontentedness of the mind teaching human beings how to attain nibbana or enlightenment. He understood that all things in the world are impermanent and because of our cravings, desires, and clinging for everything to be permanent...we cause our own discontentedness. When we have learned and practiced teachings that lead to enlightenment, nobody can cause us discontentedness of the mind. The mind can be calm, peaceful, and content. Many people feel the goal in life is to be happy, however happiness is impermanent and you can not keep it forever. When the mind is not happy, it will move to sadness, anger, or worse. Therefore, if we dwell in happiness it will lead to discontentedness as the mind can not hold onto happiness forever. Happiness is still impermanent and is not the goal that would lead to nibbana or lasting inner fulfillment. Gotama Buddha offered teachings that would provide the mind a permanent place to dwell....contented, peaceful, calm, steady...a mind with loving kindness, compassion, generosity...and without greed, hatred, or delusion with the elimination of cravings and desires dissolving the ego and realization of non-self. This is nibbana...this is enlightenment...this is the goal to eliminate discontentedness or suffering of the mind and thus for the entire world to strive to attain enlightenment. It is possible. ----- Learning and Practicing the Teachings of Gotama Buddha with Guidance Facebook Group: Daily Wisdom - Walking The Path with The Buddha FREE Book Available for Download - “Developing a Life Practice - The Path That Leads to Nibbana https://www.facebook.com/groups/DailyWisdom999/

Mindfulness Meditation (The Path That Leads to Enlightenment)

Breathing Mindfulness Meditation: Learn how to create a stable and clear mind with increased levels of concentration. (Seated, Lying, Standing, and Walking positions). Learn how meditation is a practice inside of your "life practice" on The Path towards nibbana or enlightenment as taught by Gotama Buddha. Enlightenment/Nibbana: a steady, calm, peaceful mind free of greed, hatred, and delusion with the elimination of ego and cravings realizing non-self. Complete inner peace... You are welcome to join this class at no cost. If you are interested to offer a donation, you are welcome to do so. All are welcomed and no one will be turned away. —— Gotama Buddha’s goal was to provide teachings that gave the mind a place it could be permanently content, thus, completely eliminate discontentedness of the mind teaching human beings how to attain nibbana or enlightenment. He understood that all things in the world are impermanent and because of our cravings, desires, and clinging for everything to be permanent...we cause our own discontentedness. When we have learned and practiced teachings that lead to enlightenment, nobody can cause us discontentedness of the mind. The mind can be calm, peaceful, and content. Many people feel the goal in life is to be happy, however happiness is impermanent and you can not keep it forever. When the mind is not happy, it will move to sadness, anger, or worse. Therefore, if we dwell in happiness it will lead to discontentedness as the mind can not hold onto happiness forever. Happiness is still impermanent and is not the goal that would lead to nibbana or lasting inner fulfillment. Gotama Buddha offered teachings that would provide the mind a permanent place to dwell....contented, peaceful, calm, steady...a mind with loving kindness, compassion, generosity...and without greed, hatred, or delusion with the elimination of cravings and desires dissolving the ego and realization of non-self. This is nibbana...this is enlightenment...this is the goal to eliminate discontentedness or suffering of the mind and thus for the entire world to strive to attain enlightenment. It is possible. ----- Learning and Practicing the Teachings of Gotama Buddha with Guidance Facebook Group: Daily Wisdom - Walking The Path with The Buddha FREE Book Available for Download - “Developing a Life Practice - The Path That Leads to Nibbana https://www.facebook.com/groups/DailyWisdom999/

Mindfulness Meditation (The Path That Leads to Enlightenment)

Body & Mind Wellness Studio

Breathing Mindfulness Meditation: Learn how to create a stable and clear mind with increased levels of concentration. (Seated, Lying, Standing, and Walking positions). Learn how meditation is a practice inside of your "life practice" on The Path towards nibbana or enlightenment as taught by Gotama Buddha. Enlightenment/Nibbana: a steady, calm, peaceful mind free of greed, hatred, and delusion with the elimination of ego and cravings realizing non-self. Complete inner peace... You are welcome to join this class at no cost. If you are interested to offer a donation, you are welcome to do so. All are welcomed and no one will be turned away. —— Gotama Buddha’s goal was to provide teachings that gave the mind a place it could be permanently content, thus, completely eliminate discontentedness of the mind teaching human beings how to obtain nibbana or enlightenment. He understood that all things in the world are impermanent and because of our cravings, desires, and clinging for everything to be permanent...we cause our own discontentedness. When we have learned and practiced teachings that lead to enlightenment, nobody can cause us discontentedness of the mind. Many people feel the goal in life is to be happy, however happiness is impermanent and you can not keep it forever. When the mind is not happy, it will move to sadness, anger, or worse. Therefore, if we dwell in happiness it will lead to discontentedness as the mind can not hold onto happiness forever. Happiness is still impermanent and is not the goal that would lead to nibbana or lasting inner fulfillment. Happiness is impermanent. Gotama Buddha offered teachings that would provide the mind a permenant place to dwell....contented, peaceful, calm, steady...a mind with loving kindness, compassion, generosity...and without greed, hatred, or delusion with the elimination of cravings and desires dissolving the ego and realization of non-self. This is nibbana...this is enlightenment...this is the goal to eliminate discontentedness or suffering of the mind and thus for the entire world to strive to obtain enlightenment. It is possible. ----- Learning and Practicing the Teachings of Gotama Buddha with Guidance Facebook Group: Daily Wisdom - Walking The Path with The Buddha FREE Book Available for Download - “Developing a Life Practice - The Path That Leads to Nibbana https://www.facebook.com/groups/DailyWisdom999/

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