These are just some of the modalities that we offer:
It is the manual therapy and manipulation of the muscle tissue and fascia. It has precise focus of intention of bone cleaning, that means working where the muscles originates and where it inserts. Stretches and movement to increase effectiveness, and percussions strokes are part of this technique. If you are athlete at any level, massage can and should be an important part of your training.
Deep tissue Sculpting:
Is a technique applying a constant firm therapeutic pressure or strokes, slowly sinking as the muscles melts and opens up through the different layers, inviting to deeper areas of the tissue. This modality doesn’t require the use of oil. The sensation of tension release and tissue melting is just amazing! The practitioner sculpts the layers of tissue using her fingertips, knuckles, elbows, forearms, heels of hand, or any body part as tools.
This a very luxurious technique, applying elongating and continues strokes with oil over the skin; encouraging oxygenated blood and lymph flow; activating the parasympathetic nervous system creating a state of pure relaxation. It relieves stress and anxiety, helps to rid toxins in the muscles, flush body tissues; and relaxes and softens tense fascia. It also increases circulation to the hearth, stretches ligaments and tendons making them more flexible, stimulates the skin, and the nervous system, thus reducing emotional and physical stress, helping the overall wellbeing. If you are sleep deprive this is one of the best techniques that would help you get back to a good night sleep. It is a passive form of assisted yoga. Muscle compression, joint mobilization, and acupressure are also used during this type of massage. The practitioner will work with you dressed comfortably on a floor mat, using her hands, knees, legs, and feet to move you into a series of yoga-like stretches. Like shiatsu, Traditional Thai aligns the energies of the body using gentle pressure on specific points. It also reduces stress and improves flexibility and range of motion. Thai bodywork could have both relaxing and rejuvenating effects.
Traditional Medicinal Thai Massage:
It is a passive form of assisted yoga. Muscle compression, joint mobilization, and acupressure are also used during this type of massage. The practitioner will work with you dressed comfortably on a floor mat, using her hands, knees, legs, and feet to move you into a series of yoga-like stretches. Like shiatsu, Traditional Thai aligns the energies of the body using gentle pressure on specific points. It also reduces stress and improves flexibility and range of motion. Thai bodywork could have both relaxing and rejuvenating effects.
Thai Herbal Massage:
Thai herbal compress massage, so relaxing and pampering! A Thai herbal compress has lemongrass, eucalyptus, kaffir line, tamarind leaf, turmeric, and much more others natural herbs that are steamed and used to massage and relax your tired and tensed muscle body. The oils and properties of the herbs will be absorbed by the skin and do its magic! You will feel fantastic! You just feel so relax and would want to be no other place in the world the here getting spoiled! Is a massage with poultices of medicinal herbs and heat. It’s been used for hundreds of years by Thais to relieve reduce muscular tension, joint pain and discomfort, depression; and anxiety. The herbal compress is a blend of herbs wrapped and tied in a cotton cloth to make a round-shaped ball with a handle on top, which is soaked and steamed. The heat helps to increase the regional blood flow and the release of volatile oils from the herbs which helps to exert anti-inflammatory action on the effected muscles.
Thai Foot Massage:
A full session dedicated to your feet. Acupoints, stretches, and massage are performed.
Is the realigning of the body through manipulation of the soft tissue, integrating the body in gravity and creating a more efficient form of homeostasis; a deep and advanced form of bodywork with client participation imperative.
Is a specialty massage that uses smooth, heated stones. The heat allows a deeper relaxation, increase blood flow, and muscle tension release than a traditional massage. The therapist may start by warming up the tissue to be work with some massage first, then glide lightly over the skin the heated stone with long strokes, or may just place the stones on specific points.
Jin Shin Acutouch Energy:
Is a system of touch which stimulates the flow of vital life force through energy channels of the body in the same way acupuncture does with needles. It is a Qi Gong healing technique where the practitioner allows her energy to correspond with that of the client to effect a healing response. Jin Shin Acutouch means “Compassionate Spirit penetrating through touch”. This is like a “balancing massage”. You will have a greater appreciation to understand the relationship between mind, body, and spirit.
Is a gentle stretching and rocking of the body that is stress reducing deeply relaxing, and soothing.
NMT seeks for Trigger Points, which are points that when compress, they give rise to a characteristic pattern of referred pain distant from the point of contact. The pain is diffuse and often radiates to an area representing the symptomatic site.