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Thai Massage

What is traditional Thai massage?
It is one of the traditional medicines that has been passed down in Thailand since ancient times, and is a highly relaxing massage performed with a slow rhythm. By stimulating the energy lines called "sens" that flow throughout the body with your fingers, elbows, knees, and soles of your feet, you can activate your body and enhance its natural healing power.

What are the effects of traditional Thai massage?
The effects of traditional Thai massage go beyond just relaxing stiffness and relieving fatigue. According to the Thai Ministry of Health, it is effective against 60 types of diseases, including high blood pressure, sensitivity to cold, constipation, menstrual irregularities, and asthma. In addition, since it is performed at a slow rhythm that matches Shindomari, it is good for mental stability and also plays a role in relieving stress. For this reason, in recent years, this traditional Thai massage has been introduced at university hospitals and other institutions as an alternative treatment for illnesses.

Helps relieve stress
Modern people are exposed to a lot of stress every day, which is said to affect the onset of lifestyle-related diseases and lower immunity. Eye strain, halitosis, stomatitis, bronchial asthma, chronic hepatitis, stiff shoulders, lower back pain, neurodermatitis, chronic hives, tinnitus, dizziness, migraine, menopausal symptoms, etc. are said to be often caused by stress. Masu. Do you have any idea? Although traditional Thai massage cannot directly improve these conditions, a relaxing and relaxing traditional Thai massage by a Thai woman from the land of smiles will calm your mind and relieve stress. It can also be a means.

It is a misconception that traditional Thai massage is painful!
Traditional Thai massage stretches muscles and joints that are not normally used. It is also performed in a very slow rhythm that is synchronized with the heartbeat. There are very few treatments that give unreasonable stimulation. Stretching may seem painful, but it's like calisthenics, and is done slowly and slowly. If your body is stiff and stretching is painful, you may need to adjust the amount of stretching. Above all, it is originally desirable for the body to be able to stretch without feeling painful. Let's soften your body by stretching. ​


Thai Stretch Massage

Stretching effect of traditional Thai massage
1. Stiff shoulders and lower back pain are often caused by stiffness of specific muscles and unbalanced posture. Stretching softens stiff muscles and helps maintain balance in your body. It is also said to have a preventive effect.
2. You are less likely to get injured When your body is stiff, you are more likely to get injured because you are unable to move quickly. Stretching softens your muscles and makes your body more mobile.
3. Increases the effectiveness of exercise Even in the same exercise, it is said that when your body is flexible, you can move your joints more, which consumes more energy. It is also said to have a training effect.
4.Has a relaxing effect After stretching, alpha waves are increased, the heart rate is lowered, and the parasympathetic nervous system is activated. The activation of the accessory sympathetic nervous system leads the body to a state of relaxation.
5. Your sleep will improve. By working the accessory sympathetic nervous system, it becomes easier to sleep and the quality of your sleep improves.
6. Improves recovery from fatigue Stretching is said to improve blood flow and improve recovery from fatigue. Stretching is also said to be effective in reducing muscle fatigue.
Stretching used in traditional Thai massage has various effects. If you stretch not only when receiving a massage, but also on a daily basis, the effects will be even more effective. I also try to stretch myself when I have time. At that time, I pay attention to three things that my current therapist taught me.
1. Don't stretch too much
2. Be aware of where you are growing
3.Be conscious of your breathing
The most important thing to pay attention to is breathing. By breathing slowly as much as possible, you can avoid stretching too much and be conscious of the part that is stretching.
Of course, it is said that the effect will be enhanced if you are conscious of your breathing while receiving a traditional Thai massage. please! Please take it consciously.
Introducing the symptoms caused by posture.Before that, it is important to know about your own posture. It is said that if your posture, or joints, are out of alignment, you will age faster. We will introduce each posture, so please be careful if you are okay with it now but it applies to you. Postures that tend to cause back pain A posture in which your lower back arches and your buttocks stick out. At first glance, your posture may look good because your back is not rounded, but arching too much can easily cause back pain. It is common in people who have weakened lower abdominal muscles. Postures that tend to cause stiff shoulders and neck
A posture with a hunched back and the shoulder joints protruding forward. As the head and chin protrude forward, stiff shoulders and neck become chronic. It is common in people who have weak back muscles, and people who work at a desk are especially prone to it. A posture that makes it easy to fall: the shoulder joints are shifted forward, the pelvis is tilted backwards, and the hip joints are forward. Your hip joints become stiff, making it easier to trip over small steps. It is common in people who have decreased abdominal and back strength. Postures that tend to make you gain weight A posture where your shoulder joints are shifted forward, your lower back is bent, and your knee joints are also bent. Your basal metabolism slows down, making it easier to gain weight, getting tired easily even with even a little movement, and experiencing chronic pain in various parts of your body. It is common in people who have lost overall muscle mass. As muscles weaken, posture deteriorates. Just understanding this makes all the difference. Just by maintaining your muscles and being conscious of your posture, you can relieve chronic pain. Aim for a healthy body through stretching!
There are many types of traditional Thai massage stretching that can be a step towards a healthy body. In order to maintain your health, we recommend that you regularly receive massages to maintain your body. Get a healthy body through traditional Thai massage!

Oil Massage

A highly relaxing massage that uses high-quality natural oil to activate lymph flow and relieve stiffness and tension.
Foot massage uses oil and cream to carefully relax the soles of the feet and calves.
The oil ingredients and lymphatic drainage massage technique supply oxygen to skin cells, promote skin respiration, and promote normal metabolism.  It blends into the skin and moisturizes it, making it soft and vibrant, so we highly recommend it to anyone who is concerned about dead skin or dry skin. Lymph drainage is a technique that activates the flow of lymph fluid to collect and eliminate unnecessary foreign substances and waste products from the human body.  We have the following 5 types of aroma oils available for you to choose from.
Oil massage uses oil ingredients and careful massage to supply oxygen to skin cells, promote skin respiration, and promote normal metabolism. Although it does not include stretching like a traditional Thai massage, it relieves muscle fatigue by pressing pressure points and improves the flow of aroma oil to improve your physical condition.
The oil blends into the skin and moisturizes it, leaving it soft and vibrant, so it is also recommended for those who are concerned about dead skin and dry skin.

Pelvic correction
If your pelvis becomes distorted or misaligned in your daily posture, conditions such as sensitivity to cold, lower back pain, stiff shoulders, and swelling are likely to occur. By correcting your pelvis, you can improve your constitution and balance your body. .

foot massage
By stimulating the reflex points on the soles of the feet, it enhances the body's natural healing power.

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