Thai massage makes your body more limber and relaxed by combining deep muscle kneading with stretches to loosen stiff joints and make tight muscles more limber.
Thai massage draws on ancient Ayurvedic medical practice. Ayurvedic medicine has ever since been an integral practice in Buddhism. Buddhist monks and healing practitioners applied Ayurvedic massage techniques for more than 2,500 years. And it is gaining attention for its revitalising effects on the body and soul. Unlike the massage styles you may know in your home country, Thai massage pays attention to blood circulation and pressure points. My massage begins with the feet and gradually moves upwards towards the head. We will use our hands, arms and knees to rub out your tension.
This type of massage can be rough on parts of the body, especially when it is your first time, as heavy pressure may be applied. So, don’t be surprised if you find yourself in our tight grip!