Thai Yoga Massage
The cost: £65 for 1 or £180 for 3 sessions (1.5h each)
There is a possibility to purchase a gift voucher for a massage for your friend
and it can be paid by cash, cheque or via bank transfer (please contact me for details)
Please choose the day, time and location below and contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on 7528 122 281 to check availability and do reservation. The cost: £65 for 1.5h session and it can be paid by cash, cheque or via bank transfer.
Monday: 12:00pm - 13:30pm at Loudwater Farm, Loudwater lane, Rickmansworth, WD3 4HG
Tuesday: soon more dates available at the new venue
Wednesday: 11:00am at Loudwater Farm, Loudwater lane, Rickmansworth, WD3 4HG
Thursday: soon more dates available at the new venue
Traditional Thai Yoga Massage from the North of Thailand is an ancient healing art, which has been handed down since the third century BC. It originated from the place where Yoga, Ayurveda and Buddhism evolved together and it was never seen as just massage but as a spiritual practice, a part of a wider inquiry. Thai Massage addresses and combines techniques usually found isolated in the western physiotherapies including Trigger Point Treatments, Myofascial Techniques, Neuro Muscular therapy, and Manual Therapy among others. The combination of energetic and physical aspects is what makes Thai Massage unique and so effective. Traditional Thai massage is really a deep, full-body treatment, starting at the feet and progressing up to the head. Using a sequence of gentle, flowing exercise movements, the recipient's body is moved, loosened and stretched (some stretch applications linked to Yoga) of the joints and the muscles. This unique type of massage influences the energetic side as well, restoring the flow of energy throughout the body with applied acupressure on the sen energy lines of the body, aimed at harmonizing and energizing. It is worked on a floor with the client dressed in comfortable loose clothing. Thai method uses mainly point pressure and muscle stretching. And it is not just the hands that are used to free tension stored in the recipient's body, but the feet and elbows are used as well.