A one hour Thai Massage to soothe muscles, and realign painful joint patterns. Calm your mind and reinvigorate your body. Unlike other massage practices, Thai massage is received with your clothing on as you passively experience the benefits of Thai Yoga poses and ancient pressure point pattern release. You will leave feeling light, energized and rooted to your energy. Flush toxins and painful patterns without feeling tired and foggy. Thai Massage is a unique experience; leaving you simultaneously invigorated and restored


Nicole Touzien is a dance artist and arts advocate who came to practice Thai massage through her work with Contact Improvisation and interest in sustainable bodywork practices. Nicole trained under the direction of Al Turner, completing Levels I and II Nuad Boran Basic Certification and Advanced Sen Sumana Therapy. She currently serves Brooklyn Strength as their resident Thai Practitioner. She is also the Program Coordinator of Dancing Classrooms and is on the board of NYC Dance Week. Nicole holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Dance from Texas Woman's University. She served as Adjunct Dance Faculty at Glendale Community College in Arizona and has been a Guest Teaching Artist in Queens, New York, and Seoul, South Korea. Nicole has taught her Thai Massage for Dancers workshop at the Texas Dance Improvisation Festival in Austin, and is developing a laboratory-style course to investigate the influence of healing practices within improvisational-based movement scores such as Contact Improvisation.