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Posted: Monday, 25 March 2013, 12:32 AM


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Thai Massage is a form of massage that originates from Thailand and utilises the methods of acupressure, reflexology and yoga. Thai Massage uses a deep and consistent pressure along with passive stretches to improve energy flow and muscle function. Thai Massage is beneficial for overall health as well as helping to prevent and overcome ailments, injuries or disease.
To this day, Buddhist temples and massage schools teach traditional Thai Massage particularly in the area around Bangkok and within the famous temples of Wat Mahataat and Wat Pho.
Unlike traditional western massage which uses long, continuous stroking movements, Bangkok Thai Massage therapy uses point pressure, compression and stretching of the muscles in a gentle rhythmical rocking movement. There are two primary procedures in the Thai therapy method (also with oil): a deep consistent pressure applied to ligaments, nerves and tendons and passive stretches that manipulate the musculo-skeletal system to help balance function of the body. The latter method is why some people describe the therapy as 'lazy man's yoga' due to the client receiving a similar range of motion as found in Yoga but passively by the therapist.
Thai Massage is a safe and beneficial therapy when practised by a trained and accredited practitioner so seek out someone with the right experience, training and qualifications. There are precautions taken for people with certain conditions and massage isn't recommended if you have open wounds, infectious skin diseases or immediately after surgery.


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