Thai massage is a combination of acupressure, yoga and meditation. It is commonly referred to as a passive form of yoga.

The therapist uses a combination of hands, elbows, thumbs, knees or feet to move the patient into a series of yoga-like or static stretches. Each Thai massage posture or movement flows into the next.

A variety of pressure techniques are applied for muscle compression, joint mobilization and acupressure. Thai massage is performed on a floor mat with the patient wearing loose and comfortable clothing.

Thai MassageTreatment Protocol

Treatment time is 60 to 90 minutes depending on the areas being treated.

Treatment is recommended 1-2 times a week to increase range of motion.

Thai Massage Certification

Thai massage is a post-graduate course and is performed by a Registered Massage Therapist.

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Benefits of Registered Massage Therapy

  1. Increased range of motion
  2. Release of joint restriction
  3. Release of trigger points
  4. Release of fascial restrictions