Thai Massage works on an energy line system (the Ten Sen) through which the body’s natural life force flows.
Through deep muscle stretching, joint release and emphasis on the breath, Thai massage offers many of the same benefits as yoga. It's amazing how much more we are able to move when another person is providing assistance and encouraging us to relax. It is an interactive form of bodywork quite unlike any other Western or Eastern forms. While it does include work by the practicioner kneading muscles, what makes it beneficial? Its unique form of stretching. You remain passive while the practicioner maneuvers your body. Blockages in this life force cause aches, pains and disease. Thai Massage works to clear these blockages.
The therapist uses hands, feet and elbows to apply pressure to important points along these lines, in combination with gentle stretching and applied hatha yoga. This releases blocked energy and frees the body’s own natural healing potential, thus restoring balance, health and harmony.
Receiver must wear comfortable clothes like stretchy yoga pants or workout clothes are best. Clothing that allows your body to move, and to be stretched.
60 minutes or 120 minutes are available.