Thai massage is one of the oldest massage techniques and is already over 2500 years. It is said that Thai massage was developed by Buddhist monks at the time of Gautama Buddha himself was still alive. These monks did everything they knew about the massage to their students, who then told their students and so it was spread throughout the east.

Thai massage for spiritual enlightenment and harmony
Thai massage combines the philosophies surrounding the Chinese concept of acupuncture with the stretching exercises of yoga from India. The ultimate goal of Thai massage is for the receiver to the spiritual enlightenment and harmony. On a basic level it is assumed that the capacity of Thai massage the body to heal itself activates and contributes to better health and wellbeing.

Thai massage good for the body
As in most Eastern healing practices makes Thai massage using pressure points, which in Thailand ‘s’ is called. Practitioners of Thai massage claim that 72,000 ‘sen’ in the body, of which 10 with the highest priority when it comes to making Thai massage. Applying pressure to these points allows for a flow of energy and restores balance in the body.In terms of traditional Western medicine is believed that Thai massage provides circulation of blood in the body and complete removal of the toxins that create pain and sickness to the body.Thai massage is done with both the giver and the receiver of the massage fully clothed. The practitioner uses no tools, but fingers, hands, knees, legs and feet. She also uses body weight at which pressure is exerted on the body of the recipient. The treatment is done with the receiver lying on his back on a massage mat.

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