Traditional thai massage

WHAT IS traditional Thai Massage?

Thai Yoga Massage, also known well as Thai Massage, is a 2,500-Year-old Ayuvedic body science that was developed and popularised by Buddha’s physician, Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha. A trained Thai Yoga Massage Therapist stretches a person with specific assisted yoga poses.

The Philosophy behind Thai Yoga massage techniques focuses on energy points called “Sen”. As the Thai Massage Therapist Stretches, pushes, and massages the participant along the Sen lines or points.

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What Techniques are used with Thai Massage?
During the massage, the body is compressed, pulled, stretched, and rocked to clear energy blockages and relieve tension. The practitioner uses thumbs, palms, forearms, elbows, knees, and feet to create a dance of movement on the body. In this process, joints are opened, muscles and tendons are stretched, internal organs are toned, and energy is balanced.

a) What are the Benefits?

A Thai massage can treat you in numerous ways, many of which are supported by scientific studies:

  • Relieves headaches – Migraines or experience tension headaches.
  • Reduces Back Pain – Effective means of pain relief
  • Helps with Joint stiffness and Pain – Increase limb movement and decrease stiffness when the body moves.
  • Increases Range of motion and Flexibility- assists your athletic performance and prevents muscle restraint.
  • Eases Anxiety- Translate like a Therapy, applying a sense of calm and relaxation.
  • Revives Energy – Massage incorporates the whole body and can feel rejuvenating and revitalising.

b) What to expect

  • Your therapist will discuss any current or previous injuries you may have (if you are a new patient).
  • You should wear loose-fitting clothing such as cotton tops and trousers for the entire duration of the massage.
  • This is a non-oil floor-based treatment where you will lie on a comfy mattress.
  • The practitioner will utilise their hands, thumbs, elbows, and knees to stretch, pull and rock different body parts. They may even sit on you to stretch you into certain positions. 
  • It can involve yoga-like movements with the practitioner holding or pulling you to maintain a pose. 
  • If your body muscles are sore or tense, there will be discomfort; if you are recovering from a previous injury or some part of your body is particularly sensitive to pain. Make the practitioner aware before the session begins.

The Risks involved and Safety

Thai Massage can have effects on the circulatory system; make sure with your GP before the massage, especially if you have:

  • Heart disease or coronary artery disease
  • High Blood pressure
  • Conditions that affect your spine, including osteoporosis
  • Diabetes
  • Recent surgery
  • Open wounds
  • Cancer

In some circumstances, medical professionals recommend you AVOID massage if you have:

  • Bleeding Disorders
  • Deep vein thrombosis
  • Burns 
  • Thrombocytopenia.


  • Pregnant women. 
  • Recent C-Section (ask your doctor for a referral)