Learn How to Reduce Joint Pain and Stiffness and Ease Muscle Aches and Pains Naturally with this Fully Illustrated, Step-by-Step Guide to the Self Massage and Joint Mobilization Techniques of Traditional Thai Yoga “Reusi Dat Ton,” the Traditional Holistic Self-Care System of Thailand.

These gentle low-impact techniques will help you to:

  • Reduce joint pain and stiffness naturally
  • Ease muscle aches and pains
  • Improve flexibility and range of motion
  • Reduce neck, shoulder, back, hip, and knee pain
  • Improve circulation
  • Increase your energy and vitality
  • Reduce stress
  • Increase your mobility and pain-free movement during your daily activities
  • Save money by learning how to give yourself a “full body Thai style massage”
  • Improve your massage skills by learning the system which is the origin of “traditional Thai massage”
  • Deepen your yoga knowledge and practice by studying this little known yoga tradition from Thailand

This thorough guide stays true to its traditional roots, serving as a rich resource to yoga students, massage therapists, and all people who want to improve their health and vitality.


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“I have been doing the Thai Yoga Joint Mobilization exercises almost daily for 6 months now.  My balance and strength have improved immensely.  It helps relieve the morning stiffness that comes with aging.  I am so glad to have all of this information at my fingertips as I get older.”

Jo Jensen, LM


Thai YogaReusi Dat Tonoffers healing practices that are as close to magic as Ive ever gotten! They are simple exercises, postures, and other tools that bring energy, relieve joint pain, sore muscles, and back pain while improving both flexibility and range of motion. This gorgeous book reveals for the first time both the lore and wisdom of these ancient practices.”

Carol Sullivan, PhD, E-RYT


“Thai Yoga is a wonderful gift which has truly improved my life! Thanks to David Wells for this carefully researched and meticulously detailed manual. As a massage therapist and yoga instructor the work has become an important daily practice for me and one that I share with my clients. The exercises help me to prepare my body for the day, identify limitations and restrictions in my body and balance my energy. The self-massage practice gives me a soothing way to treat those issues and heal myself. I use Thai Yoga to relieve tension headaches, reduce neck and shoulder tension and pain, improve a chronic back injury by mobilizing the low back and hips and releasing the accompanying muscles with self-massage. I also find the practice to reduce stress and increase energy. Most important Thai Yoga is really fun and feels good. I recommend this practice for everybody!”

Jennifer Vanderburg, LMT


“I have incorporated many of these Thai Yoga techniques into my personal Yoga practice. It helps to alleviate the physical wear and tear of my job and the pain and stiffness I experience in my legs after a long day of work on my feet.   I have noticed improved posture and a significant reduction in my overall back and neck pain. I feel calm, clear and more energized after even just a short session.  It’s a great way to start your day or recharge during your break!”

Anne Hanson


Thai Yoga Joint Mobilization is part of my personal daily practice and something I recommend to all my clients for keeping joints open and in full function. It can be practiced standing or seated, making it accessible to people at any level of health.”

Jill Strong-Harman LMT, Founder/ Director Yin Thai Somatics


“Thai Yoga has done more to free me from pain than anything else I’ve ever tried. For most of my adult life I endured crippling back, neck and joint pain due to several injuries. Now after a year and a half of daily practice of the joint mobilization exercises, I have virtually no pain and every muscle feels energized.  I have gone from almost disabled to fully functional and can work and play like I did when I was a young man. I am self-sufficient and master of my physical health for the first time in my adult life. It has literally given me my life back!”

James Galusha


About the Author

David Wells, C-IAYT, E-RYT500, CAS, works in an Integrated Pain Management Clinic helping people to manage and reduce their chronic pain naturally. He served three years in Peace Corps Thailand and received Thai Massage and Thai Yoga “Reusi Dat Ton” certifications from The Wat Po School of Thai Traditional Massage in Bangkok and The Thai Massage School of Chiang Mai under the authorization of The Thai Ministry of Education. He also studied with the Reusi Tevijjo and the late Ajan Pisit Benjamongkonware in Thailand. He also travels conducting Continuing Education workshops.


A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to the Siddha Mandala Charitable Foundation.