Thai Yoga Massage
Thai yoga massage, is a 2,500 year old Ayurvedic based body science developed and popularized by Buddhaâs doctor, Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha.
An important element of Eastern medicine is the concept of life force or energy. In Yogic terms, it is referred to as Prana, in Chinese it is called Chi, and in Thai, it is called Loom. All are referring to the basic principle of life force energy, which flows along specific channels. Along these channels, called âSen lines,â also known as âPrana Nadisâ in Yoga, are specific energy points, that when blocked, stagnates the flow of energy in one area of the body.
These blockages, caused by stress, tension, poor posture, and injury can create dis-ease. Typically, there will be pain or tension in some areas of the body (often causing toxic build up) before certain symptoms of an ailment will occur. It is to our advantage to work on physical imbalances before they develop into more serious diseases and before the toxic build-up has caused damage to our internal organs.
How does Thai Yoga work?
Traditional Thai Yoga massage provides benefit by stimulating pressure points to open the bodyâs energy pathways, allowing healing energy to flow freely and allowing the body to heal itself. Thai yoga massage works in a similar way to practicing yoga poses. As participants hold a pose, blood slows to targeted areas. When the yogi releases the pose, fresh circulation rushes back into the area.Â
Traditional Thai method uses mainly point pressure and muscle stretching. Thai Yoga massage is a deep, full-body treatment, starting at the feet and progressing up to the head applying pressure on the âSen linesâ. It is the combination of yoga stretching, calmness of meditation, with acupressure, and reflexology that makes it such an amazing healing art.
Thai Yoga: goals and effects
The benefits of traditional Thai massage include those of other types of massage. However, Thai Yoga massage goes further; it's more specialized techniques will help promote a balance of all the bodyâs systems, body, mind, and spirit to create the complete sense of well being. Expect to leave feeling relaxed, restored, and rejuvenated.
- Help detoxification of the body and boost the immune system
- Increase blood circulation, blood pressure, and breathing
- Good for muscle relaxation, increase flexibility in your muscles, increase mobility
- Improves posture, balance, corrects body alignments and dissolves energy blockages
- Improves athletic performance
- Help arthritis and back pain
- Help tone the body, strengthen joints and fight diseases, including chronic joint problems
- Prevents illnesses and alleviates degenerative diseases
- Slows the aging process
- Immune booster
- Improves emotional balance
- Helps concentration and creativity/ Mind and body concentration
- Clears and calms your mind
- Helps you gain mental clarity
- Reduce and relieve stress and anxiety
- Helps boost energy and stamina
- Develops self-awareness
- Improves overall health and vitality
Thai Yoga massage is also very helpful in relieving the following ailments:
Arteriosclerosis, asthma, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic fatigue, diabetes, digestive disorders, fibromyalgia, headaches, heart conditions, inflammation, insomnia, migraines, neck pain, numbness, injuries, partial paralysis, sciatica, shoulder soreness, sinus pressure, sprains, stiffness, strains of muscles and tendons, stress, TMJ, whiplash pain, decrease depression, help with digestion, help with lymphatic circulation, improve neurological function, improve range of motion, prevent PMS, strengthen the internal organs and increase the flow of the Life Force through you.
What to wear
Please wear something loose and comfortable to lie down in. Long-sleeved T-shirt or loose shirt, with loose or stretchy trousers is ideal. If you know you tend to feel the cold, you can wear a jumper or sweatshirt and thick socks!
Arrive on time
We offer a personalised report free of charge, this takes about half an hour. If you want to make use of this extra service please calculate extra time for this. Â Â Â Â
Time to relax
Please switch off your phone before you enter the treatment center. It is a time to relax and leave your daily worries behind. Â Â Â Â