A technique that involves a unique combination of gentle rocking and stretching using a range of motion and acupressure techniques without the use of oils.
sometimes referred to as the lazy manâ€™s yoga! A form of bodywork that incorporates reflexology, acupressure & passive yoga postures (i.e. yoga postures are done for you!) Comfortable clothing recommended.
massage technique that uses a combination of gentle rocking and stretching motions along with acupressure techniques. This massage is applied without oils, through the clothing.
A form of bodywork intended to redistribute and unblock the impeded flow of energy that may occur at any of the 72,000 energy points along the 10 channels known as 'sens'.
The principles of Thai Massage are derived from Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine. Practitioners stimulate channels and points through which "vital force" is said to flow. It often involves stretching and bending in order to improve the flow of this vital energy. Thai Massage is used to threat pain, poor posture, stress, and musculoskeletal problems.
A combination of Yoga stretches, stimulation of the meridians – Acupressure points, muscle massage and Joint manipulation/stimulation.
An oil-less massage performed on the floor and designed to increase flexibility, decrease stress.
Some yoga-style moves are employed to gently stretch and rock the body as well as exerting pressure using the elbows, knees and palms or by lightly walking over the back. The limbs and joints feel loosened and the whole body feels lighter and more agile.
This massage originated in India over 2500 years ago. The theoretical basis for this style of bodywork is the existence of the "energy body" which includes 72,00 "sen" or energy lines through which life force flows. Through compressions, pressure on specific points and stretches to release blockages, a free flow of energy is restored. Thai massage is performed on a futon over clothing. No oil or lotion is used.
Classic Thai massage uses no oil. Stretching movements are predominant and the client remains dressed. Elements of Chinese reflexology and Ayurveda are used in the meditation part of the treatment.
Acupressure and yoga manipulations, usually performed on a mat on the floor.
Works sen lines (meridians or energy pathways) with rhythmic pressing combined with stretches and joint movement, performed while a clothed client lies on a floor mat.
Thai massage is an ancient bodywork system designed to unblock trapped energy and improve vitality by applying pressure along energy pathways called sens. These pathways carry vital life energy. Thai massage uses slow, often meditative, rhythmic pressing by fingers, thumbs, hands, forearms, elbows and feet (which are used extensively) and yogalike stretches coupled with gentle rocking motions.3
A "dry" massage with the subject dressed in loose clothes. The body is .manipulated and stretched with pummelling and kneading whilst exerting pressure along the body's energy channels. Used to relax tight limbs and release blockages.
A technique that involves a unique combination of gentle rocking and stretching using range of motion and acupressure techniques applied through clothing without oils.
This massage incorporates acupressure and yoga manipulations by the therapist on the recipient who is situated on a mat on the floor. Recipient remains passive to the therapist at all times. Improving relaxation, spinal and skeletal alignment, increase energy and circulation often induces a meditative state for the recipient.
This method of massage can be traced back thousands of years from Thailand, and has recently gained popularity in the United States. It is performed on a mat in a choreographed series of techniques, much like a martial arts, with the participants wearing loose, comfortable clothing.
An ancient Asian practice incorporating the principles of yoga, meditation, and acupressure techniques. It treatment assists with the release of stagnant energy within the body, while incorporating range of motion and increased mobility. You'll need to wear loose, comfortable clothing.
No oils are used, so the client can remain dressed. Stretching movements are performed beforehand. Thalasso Therapy Therapy using the healing powers of the sea, such as algae, sediments, sand and saltwater. Underwater Massage Water jets are directed at damaged or tense muscle groups to massage them and help relaxation. Water walking The buoyancy of the water supports the body while low impact exercises are conducted under the water.
Body massage in the ancient Thai tradition.
Traditionally done on the floor, with client dressed in loose clothing, a full-body treatment that involves passive, yoga-like stretching and pressure-point massage along the body's major energy channels to release blocked energy, relieve tension, and increase awareness and tranquility.
A combination of deep-tissue massage and passive stretching that can help to ease stiff, tense or short muscles.
Based on traditional bodywork from Thailand , this modality involves massage techniques and yoga-like stretches; the client is fully clothed and no oils are used. Tui Na: A Chinese healing therapy using acupressure and massage to balance the body energy flow, release toxins, improve circulation, and treat specific ailments.
A body treatment therapy traditionally performed on the floor involving gentle stretching and pressure point massage to release energy, relieve tension and increase tranquility.