Thai massage aims to balance the vital energy and releases the body from all physical and mental tension.
Just like Asian massage (shiatsu massage and reflexology), Oriental massage, Ayurvedic massage, Kashmiri massage, Balinese massage, Korean relaxation, Californian massage, Swedish massage and seated massage, Thai massage is rich in therapeutic benefits and virtues.
Drawing its methods from different types of massage such as Ayurvedic massage or Chinese massage, Thai massage is a real therapy against physical tension and negative emotions.
Thai massage: what is it?
Among the different types of massage that exist, Thai massage is the oldest of all because it is 2500 years old. Its initiator was a doctor close to the Buddha, Jivaka Komarbhacca.
Thai massage draws its sources from Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic practices, Buddhism, yoga and some healing traditions of Siam.
The techniques used aim to harmonize the body, emotions and state of mind of the individual.
A source of serenity and inner peace, Thai massage aims to open the joints, stimulate the strategic points of the meridians and evacuate all forms of tension accumulated by the body.
How Thai Massage Session works ?
For a complete Thai massage, it is necessary to plan a session of 2 hours on average. The application is done on a mat placed directly on the floor.
Massage is a whole-body work, but this work is intensified in the legs. He mixes different techniques such as reflexology, stretching, digitopuncture, yoga, rhythmic acupressure and muscle kneading, all of which are energy work.
Thai massage: what benefits expect?
Thai massage is a therapeutic discipline that brings a general well-being, but in particular, it:
- Eliminates negative feelings.
- Relieves muscle tension.
- Relieves sacro-lumbar pain through deep leg work.
- Gives suppleness to the body.
- Relieves back pain, headaches, stress, insomnia…