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Thai massage has been used for centuries in Thailand to treat degenerative conditions and promote wellness.This ancient form of therapy is beneficial to the young or old, active or inactive, healthy or not so healthy. Thai massage techniques assist the body to return to optimum performance and optimum health, contributing to a sense of ease and well-being and good health. The benefits of Thai massage are boundless. Thai massage heightens awareness, frees blockages in energy flow, invigorates the nervous system, relieves pain and muscle tension, increases the bodies ability to absorb nutrition by stimulating the organs, strengthens and rejuvenates the body, improves circulation of the blood and lymph, increases flexibility and promotes a general feeling of well-being assisting in balancing body, mind and spirit. Thai massage assists elimination of waste and toxic debris collected from physical and emotional strain. Thai massage techniques can be particularly helpful in relieving headaches, migraines, arthritis, whiplash pain, paralysis, numbness and back pain.
The stretching and energy line work in Thai massage is important in helping to lengthen muscles and make them more flexible, supple and less prone to injury, while joints benefit from a greater range of motion. Stretching also increases capillary density, thereby helping to address icshemia and promoting the release of lactic acid. This is particularly important in our culture that tends to emphasize more aggressive muscle movements resulting in the production of large quantities of lactic acid in the muscle fibers. In addition, studies have shown that stretching can raise the temperature of a tendon, which can have a protective effect via increased skeletal muscle tensile strength. The stretching in Thai bodywork also releases endorphins, further promoting a relaxation response.
Conscious use of breath has been proven to reduce both physical and emotional tension. In Thai bodywork, practitioners learn how to make clients more aware of how they use their breath and of areas of tension where the breath is impeded. As well, practitioners themselves are trained in how to use their own breath to facilitate transitions between postures, work with different body types, and to calm and synchronize their breath with the client's for deeper concentration and awareness.
This bodywork is a type of massage in thai style that involves stretching and deep massage.It is known in Thailand as"nuat phaen boran".Thai massage originated in India and is based on Ayurveda and Yoga.It was believed that the massage art was brought over to Thailand by Shivago Komarpaj over 2500 years ago. 51A Kampung Bahru Road Singapore 169363