The tradition of Thai massages has been going on for more than 2,500 years. Buddha’s physician and friend Jivaka is considered to be their founder. He supplemented his treatment methods and already known massages with traditional Chinese medicine and Indian Ayurveda. Especially acupressure techniques and stimulation of various meridian points in the body (flows of internal energy) were gradually adopted from China. Aromatic rituals and the use of herbs, fruits and spices in massages came from India. Traditional Thai massage also uses elements of yoga, reflexology, stretching, peeling and other procedures.
Effects of Thai massages
The effects of such massages are felt on the body and the mind also relaxes and rests. Massage affects the energy pathways in the body and its goal is to harmonize and remove energy blocks.
They have a beneficial effect on internal organs and glands
They remove toxins from the body
They eliminate back pain
They act as a prevention against arthritis
They relieve stress and tension
They improve body flexibility
They increase immunity
improve joint and tendon mobility
Stimulate the functionality of blood and lymphatic circulation
counteract sleep disorders
release tension in the body and mind
Although Thai massages have many positive effects on our body, there are cases in which this type of massage is not suitable for you. Thai massage is not recommended in the following cases:
Treat yourself to a beneficial Thai massage and support your health and mental balance. Relax, enjoy peace and care.
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