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This ancient form of interactive massage dates back to the time of Buddha and looks like a cross between shiastu, acupressure, and yoga.
The practitioner applies pressure along meridian lines with their thumbs, hands, and feet to stimulate the movement of energy in the body, and in addition, move and stretch their clients in Yoga-like poses to free muscular and joint tension. Thai massage is practiced on a firm mat on the floor instead of on a table, instrumental in the effective use of the practitioner’s body weight. Except for the feet, the client remains fully clothed, so draping is not necessary.
Designed to be both relaxing and stimulating, Thai massage:
- increases flexibility of the muscles, fascia, tendons and ligaments
- improves joints by increasing the secretion of synovial fluid
- benefits the lymphatic and blood circulation
- boosts the immune system
- prevents injuries
- improves posture
- reduces tension and stress
- stimulates internal organs
- balances the body’s energy system
- relieves congestion and fibromyalgia pain