David Lutt courses in Japan 2017
Irohaya Ryokan is 1-2 hrs from Nagoya airport called 'Chubu Centrair International Airport', by bus or train .
The nearest train station is Noma. A pick up can be arranged by the owner of the place.
We try to support international students who join the course as mush as possible, since Japan doesn't have much information in English.
Please ask Chiharu for any details about transportation and so on.
Thai massage practitioner or floor body worker (Shiatsu) who has taken at least a 10-12 days training and has regular practice.
David Lutt is a licensed osteopath combining his expertise and love of osteopathy, Thai-yoga massage and zen shiatsu. He is the co-founder of Osteothai and initiator of Dynamic Thai Massage.
He’s spent 4 years living in Asia (India and Thailand) immersing himself in yoga, shiatsu, Vipassana meditation and traditional Thai massage. In Thailand, he studied mainly under Asokananda and Ajahn Chaiyuth Priyasith, who was and is still his real inspiration.
In France, he always keeps on going with passion on his osteopathic path, inspired by the work of Pierre Tricot, Joerg Schuerpf and Bruno Ducoux.
He runs Thai massage and Osteothai courses all over the world, including Thailand. And his love for movement, rhythm and fluidity makes him enjoy capoeira, freediving and… football!
Website Lulyani / School of Thai massage & Osteothai
Organizer and translator
Chiharu has a background in Meditation, Yoga, Buddhism and Ancient Thai healing massage for 15 years.
Inspired by David, she started to find a deeper meaning and a more natural way to integrate those practices into ONE. She now introduces and shares this free spirited Thai massage style to the Japanese community.
Kenneth Yasuo Takade
Kenneth is a certified bodyworker and yoga teacher who started his career in the healing sciences over 15 years ago in California. He studied and taught massage, shiatsu and tui na before becoming a certified yoga instructor while living in Costa Rica. Kenneth began his Thai massage training at Wat Pho and in the Lahu village with Asokananda and Laurino Bertilli. He has had many great instructors but his main influences have been Ajahn Pichet Boontumme, Arnaud L'Hermitte, and of course, David Lutt. Kenneth is constantly looking to improve his skills and is looking forward to assisting his long-time teacher David and to visit his ancestral country, Japan.