Thai massage incorporates a combination of point pressure, energy meridian work, and yoga-like stretching for an invigorating and balancing experience.
Thai massage differs from other forms of massage in that the practitioner uses a comfortable floor mat (as opposed to a table), the client remains comfortable clothed throughout the massage and no oil is used. Instead, Thai massage blends point pressure and deep stretching to help relieve stiff and sore muscles.
Benefits of Thai massage include relief from asthma, migraines, sprains, bruises, anxiety, relief of physical and emotional tension, improved sleep, improved flexibility, improved range of motion and strength and greater awareness of body and mind.
While Swedish massage permits the recipient to zone out and relax, Thai massage encourages the recipient to become more engaged and energized, for increased mindfulness.