Thai Massage is an ancient healing art. Its origin lies in India, a therapeutic system which traces are 3000 years back and has common roots with Yoga.
Therapeutic massage, energy transfer, pressure on key points of energy lines, the passive stretching reminiscent Hatha Yoga, meditation, the use of herbs and nutrition are all integrated forms of this ancient medical tradition which is maintained to this day by Buddhist monks.
Thai Massage is based on the common of Eastern philosophies' perception that life at its most basic level is energy [what is called "prana" in Sanskrit and "chi" in Chinese]. In the human body, this energy flows in a network of channels or lines, each having a specific function. The health is considered a state of dynamic equilibrium and harmonious flow of energy. Not explicitly described as physically fit, but feeling like vitality, strength, inner peace and joy.
Thai Massage affects musculoskeletal and energy level. It combines pressure with fingers and palms at key points [acu-points] and along the sen energy lines, rhythmic massage, stretching characteristic, energy healing and meditation, all together in one unified experience. As a result, it restores the energy flow, enhances the body's self healing power, opens the congested areas and restore the mind, body and spirit into harmony. The Thai Massage involves deep knowledge of the anatomy of the human body musculoskeletal and bioenergetic level.
Some of the common benefits of Thai Massage are:
- Increase flexibility and joint mobilityCleaning the lymphatic system
- Elimination of toxins
- Alignment Posture
- Stimulating internal organs
- Stimulating the nervous system and improve wellness
- Relieve tension/stress
- Treatment of chronic injuries
- Balancing the energy flow
- Strengthening the immune system
- Deep relaxation
- Calmness of mind
- Emotional release
A full Thai Massage session lasts 1 ½ hour and takes place in your room.