Thai massage is perceived as one of the most precious of Thai traditional therapies.
Its primary aim is to restore and balance the body's energy system, which comprises of a
multitude of energy lines that run through the body.
This is accomplished by the gradual movement of the person through different ( passive) yoga-
like positions, that will enhance the persons' flexibility allowing for a greater range of motion
while reducing muscle stress and strain, improving blood circulation and mental stability,
boosting immune system and fighting general anxiety.
The Thai method uses pressure points, muscle stretching and compression in a rhythmic
motion. When doing a Thai massage, therapists use their hands, feet, elbows, forearms and
knees. It is performed on a mat on the floor using no oils, as it is done on top of clothes.
THAI THERAPY MASSAGE ( ACUTHAI ):
THAI ACUPRESSURE is an ancient Thai medical practice used to treat most human ailments
by applying pressure on potent acupressure points and therapy lines.
It is most effective for both chronic and semi-chronic pain and to relieve inflamed muscles and
Recommended for neck, shoulder and back pain, sciatic pain, stiff legs and patients with post
operation pain management issues.
THAI FOOT REFLEXOLOGY:
Thai foot massage uses the ancient art of Thai reflexology to provide an enjoyable, relaxing,
and rejuvenating experience that heals the mind, body, and soul. Thai foot massage techniques
detoxify and purify the body, helping relieve stress and tension, decrease fatigue, foster good
health and mental serenity, and restore balance. During a Thai foot massage, also known as
Thai foot reflexology, pressure is applies to specific areas of the soles of the feet. In turn, a
reflex reaction occurs in another part of the body, which is stimulated by the manipulation of a
specific part of the foot.