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What is Thai Massage?

Traditional Thai Massage is a dynamic healing art utilizing ancient techniques. 

The therapist applies gentle deep pressure along the body's sen lines (energy lines) to stimulate the body's energy to bring balance and health.

The Thai practitioner works along these meridians using a combination of yoga stretches, reflexology, acupressure, adjustments and internal organ massage, resulting in one of the most energizing and healing forms of massage you will ever experience.

Traditionally Thai Yoga is practiced on the floor, on a large, mat. The client may wear Thai fisherman pants or comfortable, moveable workout clothes. 

No oils or lotions are used during the session.

Styles of Yoga

  • Yin – Gentle stretching with longer, passive holds (3-5 minutes) allowing the body to relax and release on its own. It targets the deepest tissues of the body, our connective tissues – ligaments, joints, bones, the deep fascia networks of the body and the meridians.  Energetically, Yin yoga improves the energy flow, enhancing the flow of chi in the organs. To be healthy, we need healthy organs as well as healthy muscles and also offers wonderful emotional and mental health benefits. 

  • Hot 26 & 2 (Bikram) – A series of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises done in a hot room.

  • Vinyasa – Hatha Yoga Postures designed in a sequence to flow between postures which targets the muscles in a balance between strengthening and stretching simultaneously.

  • Thai Yoga  (massage)  -- Assisted Yoga. (see definition of Thai Yoga Massage)

  • Partner Yoga – Hatha Yoga postures done with a partner working together to deepen your practice, build trust and connection.  All levels are welcome.  No experience necessary.

What style of Yoga is best for me?

All styles of Yoga can be practiced by everyone and I encourage you to try them all to find which one resonates with you the most.  Different styles may speak to you in different phases in your life depending on your intention for starting a Yoga practice.


If you are new to Yoga, I recommend starting with a free consultation to get some guidance on where to start or schedule an introductory package or a few private sessions to go over the most common postures you encounter in most yoga classes. 


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