Traditional Thai Massage is performed on the floor in loose and comfortable clothing. When one receives Traditional Thai Massage one is also receiving the benefits of the practice of Yoga. We can call this practice assisted yoga. Traditional Thai Massage also incorporates martial arts moves, rhytmic movement, palming and thumbing along energy lines, stretching and breathing. This rhytmic movement, breathing, gentle stretching creates a slow "dance" between the practitioner and the reciever. Further more to stretching and tonifying the muscles, Thai Yoga Massage improves circulation, decrease muscular tension and spasm, assists metabolism and immune system. Balances the body energetically generating a calm mental state.
Life is Change. Life is Movement.
We have many challenges in our lives. Each one of us has a choice: to focus on what drains our energy, or to focus on what helps us to be balanced, grounded and content.
What we focus on Grows
That is why Traditional Thai Touch has one mission: to stay healthy and joyful and to bring awareness to the importance of regular massage. When we are healthy and joyful we can handle our challanges with a positive attitude and we see solutions and move towards them. Having regular massage from a professional therapist can help you become healthy, more balanced in body and mind and most importantly to enjoy the ride of life.
What is Traditional Thai Massage?
Traditional Thai Massage is a combination of acupressure, asanas, stretching, and palming, thumbing and gentle twisting. Practitioners incorporate their palms, thumbs, forearms, knees and feet during sessions for muscle compression, joint mobilisation, and acupressure. People often describe Traditional Thai Massage as both relaxing and energising.
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Learn this Ancient Healing Art
For those interested in learning this healing art I offer classes from a basic course to intermediate level. Also Thai foot reflexology, deep tissue massage with essential oils. For more detail have a look at the Courses page.