Thai Yoga Massage

Thai Yoga Massage is a system of bodywork and manipulation developed in Thailand and influenced by the traditional medicine systems of India, China, and Southeast Asia. Thai Yoga Massage is believed to have been developed by Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha, physician to Buddha, more than 2,500 years ago in India. The healing art made its way to Thailand via Indian Buddhists and it was then that the Ayurvedic techniques and principles gradually became influenced by the healing practices of the local shamans and folk healers, as well as Traditional Chinese Medicine.

The main focus of Thai Yoga Massage is working on the Sen Lines, also referred to as Nadis or Meridians, which are pathways of flowing energy that sustain our health. The Therapist utilizes her hands, knees, legs, and feet to move the client into a series of yoga-like stretches while also applying muscle compression, joint mobilization, and acupressure during treatment. Imbalances in the Sen Lines are excessive amounts or depletion of energy that can be affected by lifestyle, age, or physical condition. Many people say Thai Yoga Massage is like doing yoga without any work and describe the session as both relaxing and energizing.

Thai Yoga Massage is usually done on a padded mat on the floor with the receiver fully and comfortably dressed. A typical session is 60 minutes to two hours long. It is recommend that the client does not eat a heavy meal before the massage to avoid any digestive discomfort. Please arrive on time and plan a few moments before the session for a consultation to review your health history with the therapist. If you feel discomfort at any time, communicate with your therapist!

Benefits of Thai Yoga Massage include relief from asthma, migraines, anxiety, relief of emotional tension, improved sleep, improved flexibility, greater awareness of body and mind, a release of blocked energy and is also effective for treating specific neruo-muscular injuries, including muscle pain, spasm, dysfunction and chronic tightness.

$85 for 60 minutes
$120 for 90 minutes
$150 for 120 minutes

Thai Yoga Massage is not recommend for the people under following conditions:

  • An infectious skin disease, rash, or open wounds
  • Immediately after surgery
  • Immediately after chemotherapy or radiation, unless recommended by your doctor
  • Are prone to blood clots since massage may dislodge a clot, check with your doctor before having a massage if you have heart disease
  • Pregnant women should check with their doctor before getting Thai Yoga Massage
  • Areas that are bruised, inflamed, unhealed, have tumors, abdominal hernias, and recent fractures cannot be massaged

  • About Samantha:

    Samantha is constantly searching for perfect balance in her life. She came down this path when she became a massage therapist in 1999. She has been trying to expand her horizons ever since. She first started practicing yoga when she was pregnant with her first child as a way to stay fit and healthy. She fell in love with yoga, and completed her 200 hour teacher training at The Prancing Peacock in 2013.

    She loves inspiring her students. Samantha has practiced all kinds of dance from lyrical to salsa dancing and really has a passion for flowing movements. She loves how Vinyasa flow feels so much like dance. She has also taught children’s gymnastics for the past few years to create a space that all kids can feel joyful and playful.

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