Traditional Thai Massage
60 min. (50.- USD) • 90 min. (75.- USD)
A Thai massage is one of the most energetic massages; do not expect to lie still while getting your back rubbed! It feels more like a yoga session without the tough work. The therapist manipulates your body from head to toe, blending yoga postures with acupressure and reflexology. Officially part of the Traditional Thai Medicine, it traces its origins back to both ancestral Chinese and Indian Ayurvedic medicines. The physician of Buddha himself may be the creator of the ancestor of Thai massage. Monks long practiced it as a spiritual and therapeutic technique. “Nuad Boran” (as known in Thai language) alternates deep pressures and muscle stretches into a rhythmic and constant flow of movements. The therapist guides your whole body into yoga-like postures by using his/her thumbs, hands, elbows, arms, knees and feet.
Thai Massage with balm
30 min. (30.- USD) • 60 min. (60.- USD) • 90 min. (90.- USD)
This combination massage treatment allows you to enjoy the best of both worlds – East and West. It blends traditional Thai massage, gentle stretching and flowing long stroke massage with Thai herbal balm, and is a great massage for sore muscles, inviting the feeling of complete inner calm. Promoting blood circulation in stress zones, this massage is ideal for alleviating general tension, sports related pain and chronic muscle conditions.
Aloe Vera Gel Massage
60 min. (80.-USD)
Back, Neck, Head, Neck & Shoulder Massage
60 min. (60.-USD)
A back, neck, head and shoulder massage soothes away tensions in your upper body, breaks down knots and improves your flexibility. It helps relieve headaches by stimulating the nerves on your scalp and the blood circulation within your head. You will feel relaxed and re-energized.
30 min. (30.-USD)
Thai Foot Massage is a treatment of the lower legs and feet that involves physically stretching and massaging to open Sen (energy). There are 10 major energy lines that run throughout the body from the top of the head down to the soles of the feet, where they end as pressure points. A reflex action in a corresponding part of the body is stimulated by the manipulation of each pressure point. Thai Foot Massage incorporates the use of hands, fingers, thumbs, knuckles, and a rounded wooden stick with lotion or oil. By stimulating these pressure points, the mind and body are encouraged to restore natural healthy balance in the body.
60 min. (60.-USD)