Origins of Thai Massage
The true practice of the art of healing in traditional nuad boran (thai massage) is the compassionate intent of the healer.
The Buddhist spiritual practices associated with thai massage cultivate humility, awareness, and concentration in the healer designed to bring the practitioner to a deeper level of awareness of herself and the client.
This compassionate state of being is termed "metta", which can be translated as "loving kindness" or "empathy".
Designed to Relieve Stress
Thai massage of the head, neck and face aims to manipulate "Sen Prasat"; the energy channels.
The goal is to stimulate these channels and remove any build-up of negative feelings associated with a range of ailments, including stress, pain and noxious stimuli).
The massage is carried out in a carefully managed environment, configured to provided an overall claming effect on all the senses.
Each client is assessed to ensure the treatment safe and effective, we work in partnership with clients to create a programme and apply techniques tailored for each body and mind.
Particular care is taken so as not to aggravate any injuiry or medical condition. We do require our customers to advise of any medical condition and to sign a disclaimer at regsistration and to advise us of any changes to their medical status.
Inner peace through rebalanced senses
We aim to help the body and mind relax and feel at ease.
The therapy session is a unique opportunity to acquire self-knowledge through the senses, through controlled breathing and meditation, and sometimes through sleep.
Ease Pain and Improve Flexibility
Massage benefits include reducing tension in muscles and fascia, and breaking down undesirable adhesions which can form within the tissues.
This release can help restore flexibility and mobility.
We provide a range of specialist massage services, including hot-stone, aromatherapy, hand, foot and targetted soft tissue massages.
See the link to "Types of Massage" on this page for further details.