Massage


TRADITIONAL THAI MASSAGE

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A combination of acupressure and stretching techniques that employs the use of the therapist’s fingers, thumbs, elbows, arms and feet on the body’s muscles, pressure points and energy lines (“Sen”) to clear energy blockages and balance the body’s energy. It relieves muscle tension, reduces stress and improves blood circulation.

Your treatment begins with a warm foot bath for hygiene reasons and for improving your blood circulation.

Special loose garments are provided, as oils are not used for this treatment.


OIL MASSAGE

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A luxurious blend of long relaxing strokes and essentials oils, which have various specialized effects on the body and mind, through skin and inhalation. This therapeutic treatment is designed to create a feeling of physical relaxation and calm, whilst mentally uplifting and clearing the mind.

  

Your treatment begins with a warm foot bath for hygiene reasons and for improving your blood circulation.


FOOT MASSAGE

An ancient massage technique using acupressure on reflex points located on the feet, which correspond to specific glands, organs and all major body parts. It promotes circulation, relieves stress, eases tension and speeds the elimination of toxins by restoring the body natural balance through reflex points on the feet.

Your treatment begins with a warm foot bath for hygiene reasons and for improving your blood circulation.

Oil based foot cream and menthol-based lotion are used in this treatment.


BACK, NECK AND SHOULDER MASSAGE

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It is designed to loosen up the stiffness and stress of the muscles in particular areas of the back, shoulders and neck. This treatment will improve blood circulation, induce deep relaxation and ease away chronic muscular aches and pain. It is ideal for people who sit in front of the computer all day.

Your treatment begins with a warm foot bath for hygiene reasons and for improving your blood circulation.


THAI HOT COMPRESS MASSAGE

A unique Thai therapy to alleviate pain and soothe sore muscles. Beginning with a Deep Tissue Massage, “Luk Prakob”, an organic warm pouch of steamed Thai herbs, is then applied to the body in a kneading action. This allows the medicinal heat to soothe muscle aches, increase lymphatic drainage and blood circulation and condition the skin, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed.

 

Your treatment begins with a warm foot bath for hygiene reasons and for improving your blood circulation.


THAI JADE STONE MASSAGE

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In Asian culture, Jade is known for having healing properties, which relax the nervous system and aid in removal of toxins. Your body is massaged using real Jade stones, alternating temperatures bringing deep relaxation, produce vitality, release toxins and reduce inflammation.

Jade is considered the health, wealth and longevity stone. Jadestone massage is different than the standard hot stone massage you are familiar with. Because of its composition of iron, magnesium & calcium, Jade is the only massage stone that can hold both heat and cold equally well.

One stroke with a heated Jade stone is equivalent to seven strokes by hand. The combination therapy acts much like a vascular flush, comparable to hydrotherapy and thermotherapy. It increases circulation, flushes the internal organs and circulatory system helping elimination of toxins from the body.

 

Your treatment begins with a warm foot bath for hygiene reasons and for improving your blood circulation.


PREGNANCY MASSAGE

Massage therapy during pregnancy is a wonderful complementary choice for prenatal care. It is a healthy way to reduce stress and promote overall wellness. Massage relieves many of the normal discomforts experienced during pregnancy, such as backaches, stiff neck, leg cramps, headaches and edema (or swelling).

In addition, massage for pregnant women reduces stress on weight-bearing joints, encourages blood and lymph circulation, helps to relax nervous tension which aids in better sleep and can help relieve depression or anxiety caused by hormonal changes.

 

Pregnancy Massage must be avoided during your first 16 weeks of pregnancy.

Your treatment begins with a warm foot bath for hygiene reasons and for improving your blood circulation.