Thai Massage has gained popularity in the United States since the 1990s. It looks more like yoga than what we in the west consider to be massage therapy. In fact, it is often called, “lazy man’s yoga”. The practitioner uses hands, feet, elbows, and knees to apply energy work, compression, stretching, and movement. The application is rhythmic and meditative and your clients may feel both relaxed and rejuvenated!
About Thai Massage
Thai Massage is a branch of Traditional Thai Medicine. It has roots in hatha yoga, Theravada Buddhism, indigenous Thai healing practices, Chinese Medicine, and Ayurveda. The blending of these influences have created a unique healing system that is practiced in monasteries, homes, and wellness centers around the globe.