During your session

Our professional massage therapist will guide you through a relaxing session where they assist in a series of passive stretches, similar to yogic stretching, and firm muscle compressions using their hands, forearms, elbows, knees and feet. Thai massage is typically more vigorous than other forms of massage as the strong application of pressure assists in loosening and relaxing the muscles. You may request light or medium pressure be applied if you find this style of massage to be too firm and your therapist will tailor the massage to meet your individual needs.    

The pressure point techniques and rhythmic movements of Thai massage have been developed over centuries to induce relaxation and restore physical and spiritual energy. The physical techniques utilised by our massage therapists make Thai massage more energising and effective at offering physical and mental rejuvenation than other forms of massage.

Nuat Boran [noo-aht bo-rahn] (known in various forms as Thai massage) is based on healing principles similar to those of other Eastern healing arts.  The Thai system focuses on circulation of vital energy in major pathways called sen.  Thai healing is rooted in the belief that all forms of life are sustained by a vital force (lom) that is carried along invisible pathways (sen) that run through our bodies.

These energy lines are manipulated, and important pressure points along these pathways are stimulated to help break down blockages, stimulate energy flow and restore balance and harmony

The practice of Thai massage is also a spiritual discipline since it incorporates the Buddhist principles of mindfulness and compassion.

Thai massage is suitable for clients of any age and gender. You can wear loose clothing during your massage to assist in comfort and free movement or be partially clothed. Oils and creams can be used as recommended by the therapist or as requested by the customer.

To experience the long-lasting benefits of Thai massage we encourage booking regular sessions.

To make a booking or enquire about our services please call. 

Call (03) 8260 5996

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Learn more about Thai massage from the following resources.

UNESCO

Thai Massage Wikipedia

Thai Massage history and origin

Australian Traditional Medicine Society

Traditional Thai Massage