Nuad Phan Boran as is it called in Thailand, correctly translates only as Ancient Massage or Traditional Massage. More widely known today as Thai Massage, is seen as a practical application of the Buddhist principle of 'Metta' or loving kindness, forming the cornerstone of a quietly effective healing of body, mind and soul.
Elements of Yoga and Ayurveda from India are combined with universal energy healing principles to harmonize and balance the flow of energy throughout the body. It is performed with the client comfortably clothed (traditional thai clothing provided) on a special Thai mat. Sessions usually last for at least one hour. True traditional Thai massage is 90 minutes or more.
Thai Massage consists of a series of interactive, flowing movements, stretches and rhythmic massage, along all the body's energy lines and pressure points. This often deeply meditative experience can result in a profound release from mental and physical stress.
Thai Massage consists of a series of interactive, flowing movements, stretches and rhythmic massage, along all the body's energy lines and pressure points. The often deeply meditative experience can result in a profound release from mental and physical stress.
◦ Help detoxification of the body and boost immune system.
◦ Increase blood circulation, lower blood pressure.
◦ Good for muscle relaxation, increase flexibility in your muscles and mobility.
◦ Improved breathing
◦ Improves posture, balance, corrects body alignments and chronic joint problems.
◦ Improve your outlook towards life, builds an emotional balance.
◦ Help with concentration and creativity. Mind and body concentration.
◦ Clear and calm your mind. Gain mental clarity.
◦ Reduce and relieve stress and anxiety.
◦ Help people boost their inner energy levels.
◦ Achieve better health, increases health and vitality.
◦ Raise the energy level and stamina.
◦ Build internal power. (and creates a natural confidence)