Thai Yoga Massage
Thai Yoga Massage incorporates acupressure, massage, and passive yoga-like stretches
Thai Yoga Massage
Thai Yoga Massage is both preventive and therapeutic. It is an element of traditional Thai Medicine and orginated from India during the time of the Buddha.
Thai Yoga Massage is a holistic treatment that restores vital energy, and balances mental and emotional wellbeing.
Treatments incorporate acupressure, massage, and passive yoga like stretches.
Benefits of Thai Yoga Massage
There are many health benefits to Thai Yoga Massage, including:
- Boosts energy levels
- Strengthens the Nervous System
- Reduces stress and anxiety
- Improves flexibility and posture
- Alleviates headaches, back pain, and stiffness in the shoulders and neck
- Improves the Immune System and the prevention of illness
It is a meditative session for both the giver and the receiver; very relaxing and creates a deep sense of calm and peace, helping to balance the mind and the body.
Thai Yoga Massage History
Thai Yoga Massage is an element of traditional Thai medicine that originated in India. It incorporates acupressure, an intrinsic element of traditional Chinese medicine aiming to unite the mind, body and spirit. Thai massage was introduced by Buddhist monks who arrived from India between the second and third century BCE. The founder, known as Shivagakomarpaj, was reputedly the Buddha’s personal physician. Today Thai massage is still received in Buddhist temples and consider to be a sacred practice. It’s part of modern Thai medicine and is used a s complimentary therapy in hospitals along with western treatments. This style of massage is now used by all therapists extensively and affectively throughout the world.
We hold two clinics in Minehead; Irnham Lodge Complementary Health Centre and on the Top floor of Toucan Wholefoods, both central and easy to find. Our treatment rooms provide a peaceful and soothing environment for receiving treatment, giving you some valuable time out to relax, revitalise, nurture, and nourish yourself on all levels.