Traditional Thai Massage

Traditional Thai Massage

Picture1Traditional Thai Massage is practical expression of loving kindness which can be traced to Thailand more than 2,500 years ago from the Vajrayana or the Diamond Healing lineage of Tibet. It is deeply influenced by Indian Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese medicine and its foundation is attributed to Shivago Komarpaj who was the Buddha’s physician.

Thai Massage incorporates elements of mindfulness, gentle rocking, deep stretching, and rhythmic compression to create a wonderful healing experience and to restore balance and harmony to the body, mind and spirit.

Thai Massage uses assisted yoga Asanas to open the joints and relieve the tension in surrounding muscles, which allows prana, chi, or healing energy to move more freely through the body

Thai Massage allows the receiver to experience a deepening into the asana (yoga posture) through a deep and gentle assistance, opening the joints without the resistance created when using their own power. The use of gentle rocking, thumb pressure and rhythmic compression helps the body to be prepared for the stretches so that the person feels “invited” to receive the stretch and defence reactions are not triggered

Thai Massage is performed on a mat on the floor and the client wears light, loose-fitting clothing. The session can last from one hour to three hours or more. The treatment style is slow, deliberate, gentle, non-invasive, and suitable for even the most fragile person.

Apart from relaxing the structure of your body and removing blockages Thai Massage facilitates and promotes an harmonious state of being.

Thai Oil Massage

Using therapeutic essential oils combined with Thai massage technique for a very relaxing deep tissue massage.

 Thai Foot and Leg Massage

feet-pointsThai medicinal reflexology uses Thai massage technique to clear blockages from the reflexology points on your feet thus clearing the build up of toxic energy from our entire body system.

Thai reflexology also clears the points and meridians up the lower legs to the knee, these points are some of the most important for relieving stress and energising our system.

Apart from being extremely therapeutic a Thai foot and leg massage will leave you feeling incredibly relaxed and ready for anything.