Thai Massage, also known as Thai Yoga Bodywork, is a traditional healing art form from Thailand that combines massage, yoga and energy work into one flowing dance. Thai Massage is spreading around the world, with more and more people discovering its deeply therapeutic, relaxing and regenerative qualities.
During a Thai massage restorative stretching, joint mobilization, acupressure along the “Sen” or wind channels of the bodies energetic system and varying pressure massage are applied to the client’s body starting from the feet up to the head. This is to guide the natural flow of energy through the body to reach its optimum potential. Thai massage has been described as deeply relaxing, therapeutic and revitalizing. Thai massage is for all body types and is helpful for a wide range of ailments. This modality is helpful for people looking to increase mobility in the joints, improve circulation of blood and lymph and restore vitality to the whole-person.
For mobility purposes and comfort the client is dressed in comfortable, flexible clothing.
Thai Massage is given the traditional style; on the floor mat using bolsters and pillows.
During a prenatal or postnatal massage, intentional touch provides nourishing and grounded support for a woman’s birth journey. Receiving prenatal massage helps the mama-to-be feel a peaceful transition into this new chapter of life while relieving the body of aches and pains. The massage is performed in the side-lying position, comfortably bolstered with pillows.
A prenatal massage includes swedish strokes combined with therapeutic work targeted on areas of the body that are most affected during pregnancy and a variety of stretches that will aid in restored flexibility and overall well-being.