Benefits of Thai Massage

In a traditional Thai massage, practitioners use their hands, thumbs, elbows, forearms, and sometimes even their feet to reduce tension in your muscles. Thai massage is based on the idea that energy moves through your body along predictable lines or pathways known as sens.

To increase the flow of energy along the sens, the practitioner will move your body into yoga-like positions in addition to pulling and rocking your body in various ways. The combination of stretching, movement, and pressure is what distinguishes Thai massage from other types of massage.

Reduces muscle pain

Thai massage reduces back pain associated with muscle trigger points and tight, painful muscle clusters in the upper back.

Reduces stress

Thai massage uses gentle pressure and stretching techniques to relax the body and reduce physical and mental stress

Relieves joint pain

Thai massage relieves joint pain through relaxation techniques to stretch or trigger the nerves and stretching techniques to open up and mobilise the joints

Boosts energy

Thai massage loosens muscles to reduce blockages which help increase flow of life energy which boosts energy and reduces stiffness, pain, and illness. 

Increases flexibility

Thai massage increases in flexibility through the ability to improve blood flow and oxygen supply to muscles.

Improves mobility

Thai massage incorporates yoga-like stretches to improve circulation and will enhance the person’s flexibility over time, allowing a greater range of motion.