Dån Tiån 
listens to your body

Dan tian or tan tien comes from Chinese medicine. It means "Ocean of energy" and corresponds to the center of gravity of the body.
This term belongs to the fields of massage, dance and martial arts.
It is one of the energy centers we all have.
The dan tian is considered to be the center of instinctive and intuitive life, and our physiological and psychological functions depend on it.
It also corresponds to the second chakra, called "the Seat of the Self".

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"If you know what you're doing,
you will do whatever you want."

Moshe feldenkrais

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The place

"The Dån Tiån project is the co-construction of a collective space shared by complementary professionals in well-being practices.

The point is to devote a special time to what you are going through, in order to move forward relaxed and grow from your experiences."
Maud


We offer traditional Thai massage, and also oil and pregnancy massages, or else Thai reflexology. You will also find courses and other practices such as sophrology, and various wellness workshops (body painting, talking circles... -- see our agenda).
Our place is located in La Goutte d'Or, in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, more precisely rue Affre, near the church and the Saint Bernard square.

This popular and complex district is rich of an intersection of realities, cultures, associative movements and the inhabitants or passers-by compose it.

This is where we invite you to take care of yourself.

Associate therapists

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Maud Chauvin-Brunet

Founder of Dån Tiån, masseuse. She also animates
body mobility workshops and parent-baby massage

A masseuse for eight years, Maud has specialized in traditional Thai and oil massages. Trained mainly at the OstéoThaï College in France with David Lutt, then in Thailand in Chiang Mai and in Greece, she has a holistic approach to wellness treatments.
Her massages address the whole person -- the physical body and the other levels (energetic, emotional) in order to facilitate letting go (nervous and muscular tensions, lack of circulation ...).

Do Brunet

Sophrologist

Dominique has long been a professional dancer, her deeply refined relationship to the very body allows her to approach Caycedian Sophrology in a unique way. Do' has several specialties in this practice: Women with the wish for a child & preparation to maternity, dancers and sportsmen, getting along with cancer,  pain, sleep ...

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Emeline seyer

Maieusthesia practitioner

Emeline is quiet and meticulous. Her journey through the practices of the body gives her a unique approach to support you in your healing processes.  Emeline first comes from dance, then she studied somatic education (Body-Mind Centering®), the integration of reflexes, non-violent communication and meditation. Her approach integrates the bodily, emotional and existential dimensions.

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Lucila Sol

Practitioner in traditional Thai massage and Thai reflexology

Lucila's wealth of experience is rich of several bodywork approaches: classical, modern and contemporary dances, stretching methods, boxing, Pilates, yoga and somatic pedagogies such as eutony and Feldenkrais.

"These practices lead us to strengthen our sense of oneness and the closeness that exists between bodily practices and healing or rehabilitation processes."

In 2016, she studied Thai massage and traditional reflexology, thus deepening her philosophy and her work as a therapist.

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Marie-Noëlle Martial

Ayurvedic massage practitioner

Trained in Ayurvedic massage in Paris in 2016, Marie-Noëlle forges her practice and her touch by listening to each body, so as to provide physical and emotional relief. Also a singer, she can accompany her treatments with breathing and singing to optimize the release of tensions.

"Physical well-being is the ground of our balance. The body is a compass that guides us through our needs. When we relax the body, we release an energy we can then use more harmoniously in our daily life."