What is Traditional Thai Bodywork?
It is a vast toolbox. In the hands of a skilled practitioner, that toolbox can include:
- hot herbal compresses
- deep stretching
- compressions applied with thumbs, hands, elbows, knees, or feet
- herbal remedies
- passive range of motion on joints
Traditional Thai Bodywork is not a one-size-fits-all therapy. It is not a set of pre-determined sequences.
Knowing what tools to use in each session is the result of years of practice, observation, and study.
Traditional Thai Medicine has been preserved, protected, and perfected in Thailand for centuries. But loving, nurturing touch is a universal need and knows no geographic or dogmatic boundaries. It is a practical approach to creating wellness and promoting a harmonious state of being. It is also a deep wisdom, shared by caring individuals and meant to be shared with you.
You may have heard this work called:
- Traditional Thai Medical Massage
- Thai Yoga Bodywork
- Thai Yoga Massage
- The Practical Expression of Loving Kindness
- Ancient Massage
- Assisted Yoga
- Orthopedic Massage
but they all mean one thing for you – healing.
What tools do you need to feel better today? The only way to know is to schedule an appointment.