Traditional Thai massages
-Soontharee Absolute well-being Massage-
Harnessing the soothing effects of rose blended oil, this treatment applies a combination of Thai massage and lomilomi, an ancient form of Hawaiian massage, using acupressure techniques to leave you with a feeling of total peace and relaxation.(1hour-55euros)
-Mali Moonlight Soothing Massage-
Combining traditional Thai massage, aromatherapy, Reiki, and acupressure techniques, this experience lets you surrender your body to total relaxation with long kneading strokes. Drift away to the exquisite scent of the pure organic infused jasmine oil before your session ends.(1hour-55euros)
-Prana Stress-Relieving Massage-
Mixing Thai and Balinese acupressure techniques with uniquely blended, organic lemongrass-infused oil, this treatment lets you enjoy the sensation of powerful kneading strokes and movements to stimulate blood circulation and increase muscle flexibility.(1hour-55euros)
In a traditional Thai massage, practitioners use their hands, thumbs, elbows, forearms, and sometimes even their feet to reduce tension in your muscles.
Thai massage is based on the idea that energy moves through your body along predictable lines or pathways known as sens.
To increase the flow of energy along the sens, the practitioner will move your body into yoga-like positions in addition to pulling and rocking your body in various ways.
The combination of stretching, movement, and pressure is what distinguishes Thai massage from other types of massage.
Thai massage may be a good option for you if you want a more active type of massage, where you move and participate instead of lying down throughout your massage.
Thai massage is an ancient practice with many benefits that are supported by modern science. It may reduce the severity of your headaches, decrease lower back and joint pain, increase your flexibility, calm your anxieties, and energize your mind and body.
Thai massage isn’t a passive treatment. Your practitioner will move you through a gradual series of yoga-like positions in addition to working on the tension in your muscles.
Thai massage may not be safe for everyone. If you have an underlying health condition, be sure to find out from your doctor if this traditional form of massage is safe for you.
Thai Massage Vs. Classic Western Styles
The first difference you'll notice between a Thai massage and the classic western styles it the lack of equipment. Whereas Swedish and deep tissue massages take place atop a massage table, Thai massages take place upon a floor mat. This allows the client a more complete range of motion — which comes in handy. Because unlike western massage styles, you won't just be lying on your back or stomach when you receive a Thai massage.
Neither will your masseuse, who receives an even greater advantage by being on the floor rather than hunched over a table. During a Thai massage, the masseuse moves all around and above the client to access a wider range of angles over each part of the body, even in cases when the client is much larger than the masseuse.
Rather than just using hands, fists, forearms and elbows — the standard tools of the Swedish masseuse — the at large Thai masseuse may use legs and feet during the massage. Oftentimes, they will use a combination of both to gain leverage as they initiate deep stretches of the client's arms, legs, hips, and shoulders.