Thai yoga massage, traditional Thai massage, Thai massage, Nuat Boran, Nuat Thai are all names for a traditional healing modality which has been practiced in Thailand for centuries and which is historically and culturally related to India, Buddhism and yoga. Doctor Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha is considered the founder of Thai massage. He was a famous physician and surgeon in Northern India over 2500 years ago and a contemporary and friend of the Buddha. The migration of Buddhism towards South-East Asia brought this art into Thailand.
”A complete Thai massage incorporates a traditional combination of acupressure, energy meridian work, and yoga-like stretching”
Thai Yoga Massage with its amazing multitude of techniques, adjustments, powerful stretches, its acupressure work on energy lines and the creativity of dynamic movements can release blockages and bring the body back to its natural equilibrium where balance and well-being are present. In this unique full body treatment that is Thai yoga massage the practitioner guides the client through a series inspired by yoga postures, while palming and thumbing along the body’s energy (‘Sen’) lines and pressure points that relieves muscular tension, improves circulation, boosts the immune system and balances the body energetically.
”Thai Massage is like ten thousand gentles waves washing over your body”
Thai massage is the perfect complement to any exercise routine and is suitable for clients of all ages and abilities. This massage promotes general health and well-being. On the preventive side, it actives the free flow of energy and improves fluid circulation, digestion, breathing capacity, body posture, flexibility, as well as releasing nervous tension. On the therapeutic side, it can cure a large number of pathologies such as lower back pain, stress, nervous imbalance, neck and shoulder muscular tightness…
Thai yoga massage is practiced on the floor; no oil is used, the patient wears light comfortable clothing allowing ease of movement and flexibility. The masseur uses not only his hands but also his feet, knees and elbows.
1H – 1H30 and 2Hrs sessions
With intention and purpose as the well-being and relaxation of the person, the techniques used in the absence of diagnostic and therapeutic treatment are nothing similar, neither in content nor in the objectives, the practice of physiotherapy, osteopathy or any medical practice.