30 minutes for £20
60 minutes for £30
90 minutes for £45
120 minutes for £60
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Thai Traditional Massage
Thai massage stretches the muscles back to their normal resting length, which deceives the brain into 'thinking' that all is well and it stops inhibiting the antagonists. Before long, tension disappears and joint mobility is restored. Muscles are the masseur's ultimate target but fibrotic connective tissue and weak circulation are also treated during the massage. It feel different from other forms of bodywork - smoothness, rhythm and flow are three words that come to mind. Nothing is hurried; there are no sudden changes of rhythm or speed. Every technique melts into the next with total economy of motion; it looks like a beautifully choreographed performance. First time recipients of the massage react differently; some find the pressing techniques - particularly those done with the thumb - a little uncomfortable; others are shocked at the degree of stretching their stiff body can achieve. Almost all feel relaxed, refreshed and much more flexible afterwards, and those who have regular Thai massage come to enjoy the deep pressure techniques and spectacular manipulations.
Thai Oil Massage
Thai Oil Massage is a variant of Traditional Thai massage, and uses firm pressure and deep rhythmic movements along meridian/energy lines of the body. This treatment aims to unblock, balance and restore the body’s natural flow of masseur’s energy and so maintain equilibrium in all organs and systems within the body, thus preventing poor health and disease and enabling the body to heal itself and work efficiently. Thai Oil Massage utilises the properties of specific oils to allow the therapist to glide over the body. A mix of stretching, firm pressure, rhythmic massage and rolling techniques are used over the whole body. It is perfect for anyone who is particularly stressed, needs invigorating or balancing, or those who just appreciate a treatment using firmer pressure. This treatment can be very powerful with the following benefits.
Thai Hot Oil Massage
Thai Hot Oil Massage is thought to help by reducing tension and swelling in the muscles and help to tone and condition them, to improve the condition of the hair and the skin to prevent premature aging and also for therapeutic uses such as improving sleep, controlling arthritis, muscle atrophy, itchy skin and so on.
Thai Deep Tissue
Thai Deep Tissue is a type of massage therapy which uses firm pressure and slow strokes to reach deeper layers of muscle and fascia (the connective tissue surrounding muscles). It's used for chronic aches and pain and contracted areas such as a stiff neck and upper back, low back pain, leg muscle tightness, and sore shoulders.
Thai Sports Massage
Thai sports massage techniques incorporate warming-up, relaxation and getting ready for much deeper work. Along with rubbing, compressions, longitudinal and cross-fibre friction as well as tapotement - cupping or slapping for stimulation. A specialist could also use some other soft tissue methods such as stretching, myocardial as well as soft-tissue release, which are made to improve flexibility. Benefits of sports massage:
Thai Foot Massage
Thai foot massage is the application of pressure onto particular areas of the soles of the feet. A reflex action in another part of the body is stimulated by the manipulation of each specific area. Foot reflexology massage uses hands, fingers, thumbs, knuckles, and a rounded wooden stick with lotion or oil. Reflexology foot massage as practiced in Thailand is an ancient therapeutic procedure that has become popular today. Originally the knowledge and techniques were closely held secrets kept alive and passed down through generations by the Buddhist monks of the Thai Royal Palace. Thai foot reflexology is working with the feet, lower leg and knees, this 2000 year old, highly reputed session frees up blocked energy within the body's many sense lines (Thai-based meridians) to produce a deep and unique feeling of balance, relaxation and well-being.
Back, Neck & Shoulders Massage
This is a relaxing massage therapy concentrating on the back, neck and shoulder muscles. The treatment is designed to relax and ease tension in the areas of the body where muscle problems most often occur. During the massage, pressure is applied up both sides of the spine and along the lower back, moving up towards the shoulders and neck.
Thai Head Massage
Thai head massage is a relaxing, holistic treatment that uses acupressure massage on the head, face, neck and shoulders. It aims to rebalance your body's energies.
Relaxing Full Body Massage
The therapist will massage your whole body during a therapeutic massage lasting at least 60 minutes. That's the amount of time needed to massage all the major areas of your body, back, shoulders, legs, feet, arms, hands and neck.
Four Hands Massage
Two therapists work on one client, often using synchronised moves and can be like experiencing two full body massages at the same time. Good massage therapists will use the client’s body as a form of canvas onto which they choreograph slow, detailed moves of varying paces and pressures. There are a number of different styles of four-hands massage. Four-hands massage is generally more expensive than other forms of massage, since two therapists must be compensated for their time and skills. When two therapists and four hands hit your body, your mind reacts differently. At first you might find yourself trying to keep track of the therapists, where each one is and what each one is doing, struggling to keep it all in a very logical order in your head. But very quickly your brain realises it’s not sure who is doing what, and gives up control. This is a powerful treatment, highly recommended.