What is Thai Massage? Thai Massage is an ancient healing art originating in Thailand with influences from various traditions including Ayurveda and yoga from India, acupressure from China, and indigenous Thai practices. Thai Massage is actually energy work but is most often referred to as “massage” in the West. A traditional Thai Massage consists of a series of Thai bodywork techniques, including acupressure along energy lines that are applied to the entire body, from the feet to the top of the head. Most often Thai stretches are incorporated throughout the massage. However, some clients may prefer and/or need to have little or no stretching. In Thailand, a Thai Massage without stretching is a legitimate massage treatment and is considered a Traditional Royal Thai Massage.
Who can benefit from Thai Massage at Flow Bodyworks?
Young and old. Physically active and inactive. Flexible and non-flexible. Those with old injuries and in some cases those with recent injuries. In other words, just about anyone can benefit from Thai Massage. The difference is in the approach. Each client has a unique combination of needs and preferences that determines which areas of the body should and can be worked on, depth of the bodywork, and intensity. Some clients prefer a lighter and gentler touch, while others prefer a deeper pressure. Some like slow and steady bodywork, while others prefer it to be rigorous and invigorating. No matter what your preferences are, you will receive the sought-after benefits of this amazing bodywork.
What are the benefits of Thai Massage? People from around the globe express they experience . . . Less pain, stiffness, and inflammation. More mobility and range of motion. More energy. More relaxed body and mind. Better quality sleep. Improved digestion. Improved sports performance, including sport competitions, and reduced recovery time. Also helps with recovery from travel and/or jet lag, as well as post-surgery recovery.
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