Thai Massage or Thai Yoga Massage is a holistic therapy form with roots in Yoga, Ayurveda and Buddhist spiritual practices. In Thailand it is known as Nuad Boran, which means “ancient healing” or “sacred medicine”.

Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha is historically considered to be the founder of Thai Massage and honored by the Thai people as the “Father of Medicine”, dating back to about 2500 years ago. He was contemporary to Buddha and was his physician.

Thai Yoga Massage uses the body weight, loving touch and meditative awareness to invite the receiver to gradually release tensions in the body and mind. It combines yoga postures, stretching and pressure applied along ten main energy lines (‘Sen’) of the body using the hands, thumbs, elbows, knees and feet.

Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha

Here is the link to a little video in which my teacher Krishnataki beautifully explains what is Thai Yoga Massage. Enjoy!  

Physical Benefits of Thai Yoga Massage 
  • relieves body tensions
  • tones the internal organs
  • calms down the nervous system
  • strengthens and boosts the immune system
  • increases the range of motion and flexibility
  • improves posture & body balance
  • helps to relieve:  
    • headaches
    •  migraines
    •  back, shoulder & neck tensions and many other conditions
Emotional & Mental Benefits of Thai Yoga Massage
  • clears and calms the mind
  • develops self-awareness
  • reduces and relieves stress and anxiety
  • restores and balances body’s energy
  • improves overall health and vitality

Thai Yoga Massage Sessions

  • My style of massage is a blend of Thai Yoga Massage with Osteothai (fusion of Thai Massage & Osteopathy) and Craniosacral Biodynamics elements.
  • I offer Thai Yoga Massage sessions of 60, 75 or 90 minutes that take place on a mat on the floor in comfortable clothing for both the receiver and the giver.
  • For more details please read about Thai Yoga Massage Sessions or feel free to get in touch.

“If you touch one thing with deep awareness, you touch everything.”  ~ Thich Nhat Hanh