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Thai Massage {CITY}

Providing Authentic Thai Massage to {CITY}
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The history of Thai massage

         Thai massage is a unique therapeutic technique with

          origins dating back about thousands of years.

          The roots of Thai massage are traced back in India with

          the founder of Shivaga Komarpaj, who was a physician to

          Sangha monachy, a friend and physician to the Buddha.

 

           Thai massage is a natural and holistic approach to health

           and well-being.  It was developed over thousands of years

           which include proper nutrition, physical exercise, medical

           herbs and therapeutic massage. The goals of Thai massage

           focuses in maintaining health and well-being.  It also includes

           curing various diseases and ailments.

 

           The walls of Wat Pho (Wat means temple) in Bangkok

           show different ancient medical texts and diagram

           inscriptions.  It shows that the traditional Thai medicine

           energy that flows through the body along ten

           major channels or “Sen” lines (Sen means energy line) is

           closely related to the Prana Nadis of Yoga.

 

So if any obstruction occurs in any of these channels, it might be caused by pain or disease. 

Therefore, traditional Thai medicine is comparable to many other ancient healing systems.  It is assumed that illnesses or disease is caused by an imbalance or obstruction within the individual or by an imbalance between an individual and his/her environment.

The benefits of having Thai massage.

There are a lot of benefits in Thai massage, such as:

  • Total relaxation
  • Increase in energy
  • Improves flexibility
  • Opens up the center of mind and body
  • Improves circulation of blood and lymph
  • Soothes headaches, stress and mental fatigue
  • Relieves muscle tension and pain
  • Rejuvenation of the body
  • Helpful in relieving headaches, migraines, arthritis, whiplash pain, paralysis, numbness, sciatica
  • back pain and other conditions.

Precautions before having a massage

  • Ensure that you have eaten at least 30 minutes before having a massage.

  • You should not get massage if you have an infectious skin disease, rash or open wounds.

  • Be careful that massage should not be done directly over bruises, inflamed skin, unhealed wounds, tumors, abdominal hernia, or areas of recent fractures

  • Immediately after surgery

  • Immediately after chemotherapy or radiation, unless recommended by your doctor.

  • If the person has heart disease, seek doctor’s advice before having a massage to avoid the risks of blood clots being dislodged.
  • Massage in pregnant women should be done by massage therapist who is certified in pregnant massage. Pregnant women should check with her doctor before having a massage.