Traditional Thai Massage is an ancient body therapy method combining elements of Acupressure and Yoga. It harmonizes the body, mind and spirit and thus provides an opportunity for self-recovery. Unlike most therapies which focus on a certain aspect of the body or mind, Thai Massage encompasses our whole being, by working on our muscles, skeleton and internal energy.
The success of Thai Massage consists in comprehensive therapy. The basic principle is working with energy - positive influencing of the life energy flows in the energy lines of the body (meridians), which distribute energy to the individual organs. If the meridians are weakened or imbalanced, the energy is not flowing as it should, which leads to weakening and degeneration of related organs. By stimulation of acupressure points (energy centres) and action on the meridians, blocks that hinder the energy flows are eliminated. The system is harmonized and the therapy process starts.
The founder of Thai Massage in the 5th century B.C. was Ayurveda expert Dr. Jivaka Komarabhacca, who in Thailand assumed the name Shivago Komarpaj (Shivago means "Father Doctor") and according to legend, was personal physician to the Buddha.
Unlike classic reconditioning massage, which consists in the massaging of the soft tissues, Thai masseuses by applying pressure with their fingers, palms, forearms, elbows, knees and feet combine acupressure with stretching, by which they relax the muscles, joints, sinews, soles, stretch the spinal column and attain overall physical and mental relaxation of the client.
Among the main effects of Thai Massage is relief of pain (back, head/neuralgic pains/, muscles, joints), agitation and recovery of the life energy flow, improvement of blood and lymphatic circulation, physiotherapy and regeneration of the organism, increase of motility, strengthening of immunity, detoxification, relief of stress, harmonization and strengthening of the nervous system.
For its numerous stretching exercises, Thai Massage is termed "Applied Hatha Yoga" or "Yoga for the Lazy". The term that best describes the art of Thai Massage is "Yoga Massage". Even if Thai Massage may be painful in case of health problems, it will help you relieve these problems or even eliminate them completely.
Our traditional Thai Massage key features:
- Carried out by qualified, trained therapists
- Treats more than 100 areas of the body
- Ancient healing art
- Combines acupressure, reflexology and assisted yoga-like stretches
- Restores health and maintains wellbeing
- Improves quality of life
- Assists lymphatic flow and eliminates toxins from tissues, boosting the immune system
- Encourages powerful process of recuperation
- Relaxing and energising, reduces stress
- Improves circulation and flexibility
- Centres mind and body
Our Thai Massage provides relief from:
- Headaches and migraines
- Neck and shoulder problems
- Lower back pain and sciatica
- Restricted join movement
- Digestive problems
- Physical or emotional stress
- Insomnia and restlessness
- Depression and anxiety
Traditional Thai Massage is an excellent method for attaining and maintaining good physical and mental condition. Come and personally experience the magnificent feeling of lightness and relaxation, which comes after Thai Massage.