Traditional Thai Massage: The traditional Thai massage is an ancient healing system combining acupressure, Indian Ayurvedic principles and assisted yoga positions, it is carried out fully clothed and uses no oil, there will be constant contact between you and your masseuse as she rubs on your muscles and compresses, pulls, stretches and rocks your body until your perfectly relaxed.

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Thai Herbal Therapy: Using a herbal heat compress to compliment the massage, it begins with deep pressure therapy to the body followed by a unique blend of steamed fresh herbs known for their healing properties, this will ease respiration, aid in the treatment of sprains, muscle pain, bruises and swelling, the herbal mix was a secret past down through the generations of ancient Thailand healers.


Half Body Massage: Concentrating solely on the upper body region this massage is recommended for those feeling too tight to undergo a full treatment or are maybe stuck for time, popular with those who suffer repetitive strain injury caused by work or driving issues, this technique can relieve the pressure you may feel to help you fully recover from any day to day aches and pains.


Thai Aromatherapy Body Massage: By using plant materials and aromatic essential oils with other aroma compounds we can help to improve psychological and physical well-being, other health benefits that can come from aromatherapy are increased energy, help to combat short term memory loss, relaxation, hair loss prevention and easing the discomfort that comes from eczema.


Traditional Thai Foot Massage: With its origins dating back thousands of years to the ancient Egyptians, the theory of manipulating reflex points on the base of the feet using specific techniques has long been seen as a miracle cure to release trapped energy via nerve relays travelling up through the spinal column to the central nervous system which is said to be integrally linked.

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