Thai Foot Massage

Thai Foot Massage


Based on Ayurvedic medicine and yoga, Thai Massage has been handed down through the centuries. It is thought to have arrived in Thailand at the same time as Buddhism. Thai massage is a therapy that is becoming increasingly popular here in the West. The massage is very beneficial for improving circulation, flexibility, and muscle tone. It may perform a role in repairing damaged tissue, stiffness and soreness and from other disorders, such as arthritis. Thai massage encourages lymphatic drainage, detoxification of the body, boosting the immune system and helps prevent injury by ensuring that the joints and ligaments are flexible and supple.

How the Massage is received

The massage incorporates a combination of acupressure, energy meridian work and yoga stretching, plus elements of shiatsu and reflexology. The massage is received fully clothed with the trousers simply rolled over the knee to expose the area to be massaged. The massage is performed using wax instead of oils.

Benefits of Thai Foot Massage

Thai Foot massage is known to benefit all aspects providing relief at all levels, the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. Massage helps to break down the knots and to disperse toxins whilst at the same time, improve nerve and blood supply, stimulating blood flow and oxygen to the brain.

The physical benefits may include:

  •  Improved circulation to the legs and feet
  •  Improved bodily function
  •  Improved flexibility and reduced stiffness
  •  Help in the elimination of toxins
  •  Boosting the immune system

The mental benefits may include:

  •  Relaxation
  •  Stimulation of the mind
  •  Improved energy levels
  •  Better sleep

Spiritual benefits may include:

  •  Less tension
  •  Less anxiety
  •  Less depression

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