Siawasch Peyman, a former performer of movement theater and a social pedagogue has been exploring Thai yoga massage since two decades.

Sia is enthusiastic about the variety of its techniques and the freedom of design on which it is based. For him, body, mind and soul are always interwoven as a unit. From this basic attitude, every technique becomes a multidimensional tool, and every Thai yoga massage session becomes a deeply touching experience, whether as a giver or a receiver.

The initiation to Thai Yoga Massage happened at the Wat Pho Temple in Bangkok, and from there on, Sia investigated more into healing in various ways. This included regularly traveling to India, Thailand, Greece and France to continuously study with selected teachers in the fields of Thai yoga massage, Craniosacral Therapy, Osteothai and Ashtanga Yoga.

With deep gratitude to his teachers Jutta Schwarz, Takis Oekonomi, David Lutt, Pichest Boonthumme, Helen Prisi, Jörg Schürpf, Jian Li, Régis de Melo, Peter Sanson, and Sharmila Desai for their inspiring presence, Sia loves to guide his students individually according to their physical, emotional and mental state.