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Welcome

A Personal Note From Franklin

I first learned about Rue-si Dat Ton when I was enrolling in a massage course at Watpo Thai Traditional Medical School in Bangkok, Thailand. Before that, and like most people on the planet, I had absolutely no clue what it was. While studying Thai massage I often wondered, “How did all of this come about?”

When I learned that RDT was the foundation of Thai Traditional Massage, my interest was piqued!

After learning the first 18 techniques at Watpo TTMS, I was hooked. My curiosity drove me to research and learn as much as I could. That was when I realized how rare and inaccessible this ancient, mysterious knowledge actually is (even among Thai people). “Why is Yoga world famous and yet nobody seems to know about Rue-si Dat Ton?”, I pondered. This question perplexed me greatly.

Upon examining much about the history of Rue-si Dat Ton, the answer(s) to my question became much more evident. When I concluded that RDT was truly on the verge of going extinct – I felt compelled to save it from fading away, out of awareness forever.

It’s my hope, that you’ll join me in practicing these amazing techniques and benefit greatly from this powerful, healing wisdom. Share this with others and help spread the word. Together, we can carry Rue-si Dat Ton with us into the future for generations to come. 

Be Well, Franklin

Before We Begin…

First, we need to understand the benefits of this practice as well as consider any precautions & recommendations in order to achieve maximum results and ensure safety.

Why Rue-si Dat Ton?

The Benefits of Rue-si Dat Ton

The many benefits of practicing Rue-si Dat Ton include but are not limited to:

Stability & Dexterity 

Improves Agility, Coordination, & Balance

Mobility & Flexibility

Wider Range of Motion in Muscles and Joints

Longevity

Provides Greater Longevity

Heal Thyself

Additional Benefits Include:

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Strengthens and Tones Muscles

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Warms Up the Body Before Doing Physical Activities

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Promotes Better Blood Circulation

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Enhances Respiratory & Digestive Function

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Helps Detoxify the Body

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Supports the Immune System

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Lowers Stress & Anxiety / Provides Relaxation

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Boosts Concentration & Meditation Ability

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Supplies Oxygen to the Cells

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Relieves Pain & Discomfort from Many Ailments

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Decelerates Degenerative Diseases

Important things to Consider

Recommendations & Precautions

Recommendations:

Prepare your body & mind before practicing Ruesi Dat Ton (check yourself, set intention, etc.)

Don’t let others help – you have to do it by yourself or you risk getting injured.

Do not stretch too hard and fast. Pace yourself.

Stretch to your full range of motion and hold for 3-15 seconds (as you feel is right for you)

Repeat each technique 3-5 times

After practicing, try not to stop/rest suddenly – take time before moving into a restful state so as to balance heartbeat

Practice 3 times a week or every other day for maximum benefit

Precautions (use caution and/or consult doctor before practicing if):

Total Hip Replacement

Osteoarthritis (OA) Knee & Other Bone Issues

Have Area(s) of Infection/Inflammation

Swollen Areas

Chronic Muscle Pain

Vertigo or Balance Problems

Unstable Blood Pressure

Herniated Nucleus Pulposus (HNP)

Okay Let’s Go

Prepare Your Body.
   Prepare Your Mind.

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