For booking appointments with Masters Ajarn Ohr, Ajarn Noo and Ajarn Bpom, please email Paeng@bangkok-ink.com
Sak Yant Masters
Thai Tattoo, Bamboo Tattoo, Sak Yant Tattoo, Hand Poked Tattoo masters
Sak Yant masters are known by various respectful names such as Master or Ajarn, sometimes spelled Ajahn. The word Ajarn means teacher or mentor. Some Ajarns do not do sacred Sak Yant tattooing but instead teach Buddhism, meditation, or even do special healing massage.
Some Masters of Sak Yant gained their expertise at a famous temple such as Wat Bang Phra which has long been known for its Sak Yant tattoos. While others may not have been a monk at such a temple, but may have gained their knowledge and sacred skills by apprenticeship to their father or through Abisheka, a sacred Buddhist initiation that passes wisdom and knowledge directly through the lineage of Master to Disciple.
It takes many years of training and study to become a good Sak Yant Master. Sak Yant sacred Thai traditional tattoos have many elements within them, ancient magical knowledge, Buddhism, Animism, ancient symbols and text, and Sacred geometry all intertwined into the creation and blessing of them.
Some tattoo studios offer Sak Yant tattoos done in the studio by a tattoo artist who has been trained in the design of them, but they do not usually offer the blessing by the Master or the infusion of the blessings into the design. Nothing quite compares with the life changing experience of having a real Sak Yant sacred bamboo tattoo done by a really skilled master, who learned those skills over the years from his own father or his Sak Yant Master.
Master Ajarn Ohr will be travelling to London UK, Las Vegas USA, Skin Diver Gothenburg Sweden, Thasty Thai Maastrich Holland Netherlands
and will be doing magical Thai tattoo style designs
London UK from 16th to the 19th and 26th to 27th March 2017 at Happy Sailor Tattoo Studio
Las Vegas from 22nd to the 29th April 2017
Gothenburg Sweden 22nd and 23rd of March 2017
Tasty Thai Maastricht Netherlands 24 th Of March 2017
For bookings please contact
Our Sak Yant Masters
Our Sak Yant Masters, Master Ajarn Ohr, Master Ajarn Bpom and Master Ajarn Noo are the top Masters in Sak Yant that we have met so far. Their sacred Sak Yant Thai Tattoos are works of art and it is the best that Thailand can offer. They genuinely create each Sak Yant Tattoo as a unique creation and bless the Sak Yant for each person. They were all trained for many years in the art of creating and empowering sacred Sak Yant Magical Thai Tattoos. They are always professional and their practices are hygienic, with their Sam Naks (sacred place to have the Sak Yant done) and studios being cleaned daily and all equipment kept scrupulously clean. They use new needles every time and these are disposable so the needle is always sterile. The bamboo rod used is made from medical grade stainless steel. The ink they use is genuine and not a cheap copy.
Over five thousand tattoos are done by the Masters and at our studio each year with no problems. You can rest assured we have your safety and health in mind. We want only the best for our clients.
Angelina Jolie loves Thai Tattoo by Master Ajarn Noo Kanpai
Sak Yant Meanings and History
Centuries old, the art of Thai Tattoo, Bamboo Tattoo, Sak Yant Tattoo, Hand Poked Tattoo was all but unknown in the western world until a few years ago. Sak Yant has a mysterious appeal to westerners and it already has a huge following worldwide. Thanks to Anjelina Jolie, the Hollywood actress who visited our Master, Ajarn Noo Ganpai in 2005 to receive her first Yant. If you research her life, you will see that she is a shining example to other human beings. She has adopted several children from war torn countries and she is an Ambassador for the United Nations. She did return to Ajarn Noo later and received a tiger on her lower back. A few years ago she was diagnosed with breast cancer so she opted for a double mastectomy. It did not hinder her in her life and she showed incredible strength helping other women to realize that you can recover from something as drastic as that. She is convinced of the power of Sak Yant and is planning to return at least one more time.
Muay Thai Tattoo designs have also played a major role in taking Sak Yant to the eyes of the world as many Muay Thai fighters bear protective Yants on their bodies.
Here is a few Testimonials about Thai Tattoo, Bamboo Tattoo, Sak Yant Tattoo, Hand Poked Tattoo from our clients
Ajarn, I wanted to firstly thank you both for making my experience getting a sak yant thai tattoo by the sak yant master himself one of the most memorable experiences in my life! Being my first tattoo I wanted it to be special and I have reached success finding the unique and meaningful
piece I was looking for. The Tattoo is amazing but I have to say the company and the hospitality was even better, Bangkok-ink have made the whole experience flow so smoothly from the emails, pickup and drop off and re translation the experience would have been the same without you so thank you very much!
LERSI, RUESI, SHAMANS, HERMIT SAGES, SAK YANT MASTERS
Lersi, Ruesi, Shamans, Hermit sages originated in the forests of India and Nepal, many thousands of years ago. Also Known as village leaders and medicine men who practiced healing using natural plants, roots and herbs gathered from the forest. In order to develop themselves spiritually, they had to become detached from the villagers and so they spent many years deep in the forest, which led to them being called Hermits. This gave them the freedom to practice their art.
The Ruesi master on the left or the top on mobiles only practices massage of the muscles and bone joints with magical oils which go deep in to the body. I fractured my skull, burst both ear drums, both my eyeball sockets, collar bone, my ribs, my toes and puncher one of my lungs, and died 3 times in I.C.U ward. I checked out from the hospital in 8 days and needed some serious help to keep me going. I had a business to operate. I was informed of Ajarn Morsamarn could help me and he really help me through this,
Wai Kru ceremony at Bangkok Ink performed by the highly respected Ruesi Monk Ajarn Bpom, Sak Yant tattoo master. A private Wai Kru ceremony. The proceedings began in the morning. We arrived at the temple at 5.30 am to get Ajarn Bpom, but he could not go outside until day break. For 3 months a year the monks cannot be out of the temple
in darkness. As the sun began to rise we could leave the temple. After a quick journey at that time in the morning without Bangkok traffic we arrived at the Bangkok Ink studio.
Thai Tattoo, Bamboo Tattoo, Sak Yant Tattoo, Hand Poked Tattoo: A personal experience, having lived in Thailand for many years, I have encountered Sak Yant tattoos on numerous occasions. I have lived among Thai people and this revealed that most Thai men become monks for at least one month, perhaps longer and it is during this time that they are introduced to Sak Yant Thai Tattoo. Indeed many of these newly ordained monks become Sak Yant disciples while staying in the temple. Muay Thai is a sport that intrigued me as it is a Thai national sport. Almost all the Thai boxers, especially in the South of Thailand, have Yant tattoos on their body for either protection or good luck. Endurance is also an attribute that the Yant is designed to strengthen. I would say that Sak Yant is firmly embedded in Thai culture at all levels, women especially are turning more and more to Sak Yant as a way to improve different areas of their lives.
There are many various shapes of Yantras. A circular or round Yant indicates the face of Lord Buddha. This originates from Brahmism. A four sided or square Yant signifies the four elements, earth, wind, fire and water. A three sided or triangular Yant means Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha. Some Sak Yant Thai Tattoo represent various mythical figures and animal types. There are many different Sak Yant Thai Tattoo, each with its own special powers. Yants were (and still are) inscribed upon cloth, the walls of homes and even shirts that give the wearer special protection. The Ong Phra (Buddha’s body) (องค์พระ) is a symbol of Lord Buddha and is seen frequently in Yantras.
We are going to ask our 3 top master what they think the meaning of Sak Yant designs should translate to. In the past we have looked at the internet and spoke to many people about what they mean. We have also looked in to Buddhism in India and somehow try to explain this mystical knowledge and join it together, which I think most sites have done. What I have found is that it has many times been taken and miss interpenetration of what Sak Yant meanings are. To start with I have posted the meaning of Hah Taew, 5 lines and I know there is many different interpenetration due to the fact each master has his own own Hah Taew. In the next year I will be posting a description of the most popular Yants and will not be including Indian knowledge or history. Why because Thailand masters have made all this there own and become separate. Now everybody looks to Thailand as the leading area of this knowledge, India, Cambodia, Laos, Burma, China, just about all Asian countries. So lets keep it separate and let the masters tell us. I will ask them to answer questions on designs. So if you want to know about a design let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org
Amulets and many other items are made by Monks and Sak Yant masters for good luck . If you are interested in buying amulets then go to this site which will give you information, origin of amulets.
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