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Traditional Thai Massage

Thai massage is based on the principle that many physical and emotional problems are caused by blocking of vital energy channels within the body ; very similar to the theory behind acupressure.


The masseur or masseuse uses their hands, feet, knees and elbows, to exert pressure on these channels, whilst pulling and pushing limbs into yoga-like stretches. This is what essentially distinguishes the Thai style of massage from other forms of massage, which are usually associated with muscle manipulation.


Thai Aroma therapy Massage

A warm soothing whole body massage, applying your choice of aromatic essential oils to help eliminate your skins toxins and relieve stress leaving you feeling fresh.


Deep Tissue Thai Oil Massage

Thai ancient form of massage using oil and yoga techniques develop whole body flexibility and eases muscle pain and tensions. This invigorating massage is applied using thumbs, hands, elbows and delivers a deep and effective life enhancing treatment.


Thai Foot Massage

A relaxing and tension relieving therapy, involving gentle massage of the foot. Sensitive, trained hands detect imbalances elsewhere in the body and by working on these points, tensions are eased in the whole body.


Hot Herbal Compress

Herbal compress is a common method of treatment employed in Traditional Thai medicine.


The hot herbal compress contains numerous herbs tightly bound in fabric which is steamed until piping hot and firmly rolled. After a full-body, pressure point Thai massage, the hot herbal compress is pressed or pounded over the entire body in order to smooth muscle and stimulate the vital organs and senses.


Compresses are traditionally applied after Thai Massage to prevent bruising, reduce muscle stress and cure skin conditions.


Benefits of Hot Herbal Compress

  • Relief from general muscular aches, pains and tension.

  • Helps to improve and stimulates the lymphatic system.

  • Increase blood flow and circulation

Thai Aroma Massage

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