Thai Bodywork is an ancient, traditional healing art of Thailand, also known as Thai Yoga or Thai Massage.
However, it’s not a traditional massage technique.
It’s not quite yoga either, though we do use some yoga poses.
It’s so relaxing that my instructor calls it “Lazy man’s yoga”.
Experience deep relaxation and refreshment as I help you stretch your muscles and joints and open up vital energy pathways.
You’ll wear loose, comfortable clothes and will relax on a padded mat as I move various parts of your body in a gentle way.
The session begins on your back, then you move to your belly, sides and then to a seated position.
You don’t have to do much except breathe and change positions.
Enjoy natural stress relief as we synch the movements with breath and create a meditative space.
The session consists of four components: Acupressure, yoga poses, stretching and sen therapy (energy therapy). The deep compression and gentle stretches melt away tension.
This is an excellent form of therapy for someone who has a lot of inflexibility, is recovering from injury or illness or is dealing with a lot of fatigue.
Thai bodywork also can help with:
Not quite ready for yoga?
Thai bodywork is a great starting point.
When you pair Thai bodywork with aromatherapy, it’s transformative!
This technique may be relatively new in the US, but it's been around for thousands of years, bringing rest and rejuvenation to those who need it most.
You can experience Thai bodywork with a combination of other therapies or just focus on this technique.
Make an appointment to get started.