Thai Bodywork Certified Instructors (TBI) go through a rigorous training program to ensure that the curriculum is delivered at a high level of skill. First and foremost, each instructor must be an experienced and talented Thai bodywork practitioner prior to being accepted in the instructor program.
Students may study interchangeably with any instructor in our program. Instructors certify separately for each course they teach, and not all instructors teach all courses. Please contact the individual instructor for details on their offerings.
For more information on our instructor program, please visit our TBI page.
Chuck is known internationally as a respected Thai massage teacher and practitioner. He has studied with teachers in Thailand and North America, and founded Thai Bodywork School of Thai Massage in 2001. He has trained thousands of practitioners, and is the producer of the Thai Bodywork DVD Series.
Chuck teaches most of the classes at Thai Bodywork's Evanston center, and also teaches trainings in San Francisco and other cities in the US and abroad. Trainings are available in other locations - we generally require a local contact who can organize a venue and organize at least 10 students. For more information, please contact us.
Jennifer is co-developer of the Clinical Thai Bodywork Certification and Director of Course Materials. With a degree in art history, Jennifer excels at research and enjoys exposing students to a broad range of topics to enhance their knowledge of bodywork and how it fits into a larger context of alternative health. Jennifer is also coordinator of the Thai Bodywork Certification programs.
Jennifer teaches classes on muscular anatomy, trigger point theory and therapy as well as yoga and bodywork. Jennifer also maintains a clinical practice focusing on the integration of therapeutic yoga and trigger point therapy.
Jennifer is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) and a Certified Thai Bodywork Instructor (TBI).