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What is Thai massage?

 

Thai massage is a system of massage and manipulation developed in Thailand, and influenced by the traditional medicine systems of India, China, and Southeast Asia, as well as by yoga.

OUR TREATMENT

Traditional Thai Massage
60 mins - £55

The basic form of the massage is performed fully clothed (no oils are used) on a mat on the floor. The technique involves putting gentle but firm pressure on the body with the palms and thumbs, as well as relaxing stretching of the limbs and back. In this way it works effectively on skin, muscle, the organs and the skeletal structure. Blood and lymph circulation is increased and waste substances are removed from tissues.

​Thai Hot Oil Massage
​60 mins - £50

is a milder form of Thai massage. It uses acupressure pressure, friction touches and essential oils. Here acupressure combines strength with properties of oils selected for the individual. The active substances contained in the oil improves blood flow, relaxes muscles, soothes and encourages, is used to recondition the body overall. The customer selects the fragrant oil. 

​Thai Herbal Compress Massage
​​60 mins - £50
In Thailand, the herbal compress is called luk pra kob, translated as “herbal pressing sphere.” To make the compress, a combination of healing herbs is bundled together in accordance with ancient recipes, steamed and placed directly on the skin or over clothing. Hot herbal compresses are frequently used in Thailand in conjunction with traditional massage. I use the compress to address chronic problems such as low back pain and soreness in the knees and ankles.
Thai Aroma Oil Massage
60 mins - £50
It uses acupressure pressure, friction touches and essential oils. Here acupressure combines strength with properties of oils selected for the individual. The active substances contained in the oil improves blood flow, relaxes muscles, soothes and encourages, is used to recondition the body overall. The customer selects the fragrant oil. 

 

 Thai Foot Massage

60 mins - £45   

 

Not to be confused with reflexology (which applies pressure to certain points of the foot in order to relieve specific symptoms elsewhere in the body), foot massages are for relaxation purposes only.

Clamped in shoes and socks every day, with little or no air contact, it’s no wonder the feet are sometimes considered to be the forgotten territory. And when you’ve spent hours on end pounding the streets, you need a good rub to get that circulation going again.

 

​Relaxing Massage
​60 mins - £50


Relaxation massage is all about relaxing. It focuses on giving the client time to recover from the stresses of daily life. 
 

​4 Hands Massage

Four hand massage is a type of massage therapy that involves two therapists working simultaneously, creating a choreographed massage. There are a number of different styles to choose from, with most spas explaining the options to their patrons so that they can select the style that works best for them. As a general rule, this type is more expensive than other forms of massage, since two therapists must be compensated for their time and skill. Not all spas offer this service, so people who are interested may need to ask around to find a spa that performs it.

 Thai Head & Shoulder Massage

60 mins - £50  

 

Spending days hunched over a computer, behind a driving wheel, or simply sitting with a bad posture, puts a lot of pressure in the neck and shoulder, resulting in stiff shoulders, lack of flexibility in the neck and headaches. The therapist will work from your upper back up to the top of your head.

 

Couple Massage

60 mins - £80 (for 2 people)

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