Join us for a Thailand Adventure

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Winter ’18 sees Natasha taking a small group of students to Thailand on the first LITYM trip of its kind. The group will spend 10 days visiting temples, studying with a Thai Lanna doctor, learning about herbs, Buddhism and the Thai culture. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for students to travel with their teacher and study with other teachers.

The 2018 adventure is already fully booked. However, excitingly Natasha is planning on this being a yearly offering. LITYM students can apply for the November 2019 trip by filling out the application form below.

During the trip she will be guiding students around the city streets of Bangkok before spending a week in Northern Thailand where Thai medicine is most prominent. Natasha has been travelling to Thailand since 1991 when she took her first massage training. Nearly 3 decades later she is extremely excited to be taking her first group and there is a fully packed itinerary.

To apply: please fill out the application below. Once we receive it, we will call you for a ten minute chat to discuss the trip, likely costs and any questions with you. If we both agree that it will work well we will ask that you pay a non-refundable deposit for the trip.

Apply for 2019 Thailand Trip

Your Name (required)

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Your Telephone No (required)

Please tell me about any physical or mental health conditions that may be affected by travel or may affect your travel needs?

Please tell me about your hopes and fears in regards to this journey?

Have you been to Thailand before?

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If you answered yes above, please tell me about previous trips to Thailand - where you went, and if you studied massage there?

Please write a brief description of why you are applying to come on this trip, what your expectations and hopes are?

Please tell me about any dietary restrictions including allergies that you have?

Are you okay with sometimes sharing a room with one of your travelling companions?

If there is a choice would you prefer sleeping accommodation with air con or fan? Own room or share? (Own room will have an extra cost) :

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