Thai Massage

Thai Massage

Thai massage is a traditional healing system, which has been in practice for the past 2500 years. Thai massage is a combination of acupressure, Ayurvedic principles, and various yoga postures. Developed by Buddhist monks, the Thai massage has its roots linked to India. This massage is excellent to lower down stress, boost energy, and to improve athletic performance.

Unlike other massage techniques when involved in a Thai massage, you do not have to lie down passively on the bed but have to lie on the floor and participate more actively in the entire process. The full body massage generally takes between 90-minutes to 2-hours.

Benefits of Thai Massage

  • Lowers stress

Too much stress can be harmful to a person's mental and physical balance. If left unattended, it can even lead to chronic and severe illnesses. Research suggests that Thai massage is better in reducing stress as compared to massages.

  • Energizes you

Thai massage can help boost your energy level. It increases your mental stimulation, which relaxes your mind and helps you to sleep peacefully. Different techniques are used to perform this massage to open or constrict different energy points in the body to correct the flow of energy.

  • Relieves headache

If you are suffering from chronic headaches, then Thai massage can help you get relief from it. A study conducted in 2015 found that a Thai massage is an effective treatment for people suffering from chronic headaches.

  • Improves circulation

This massage promotes the circulation of blood in the entire body. The yoga-like stretches increase blood circulation, which helps to fill the body's tissues with oxygen.

  • Pain relief

If you are suffering from scapula costal syndrome (SCS), then a Thai massage can help you get relief from the pain. Patients suffering from this syndrome found comfort after taking a Thai massage as compared to other massage therapies.