Traditional Thai Massage-

Thai Massage is a deeply therapeutic and comprehensive form of bodywork which can include some or all of the following: acupressure-like point work, deep compressions, passive stretching, the application of herbs, energy work, myofascial release, structural integration, bone setting and spiritual/emotional healing. Thai massage is traditionally practiced on a floor mat with the client fully clothed, but recently in the Western world has been adapted for the massage table. The work is very rhythmic, as the practitioner maintains a meditative state, cultivating metta or loving kindness during the whole of each session. Because of the intention the therapist brings to the practice, as well as the range of techniques contained in this style of bodywork, there is a great potential for healing and integration of the body, mind and spirit. While there are times when liniments, balms or herbs may be applied to the skin during a session, Thai Massage most often does not use oil or lotion.

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Stephanie Rose Scott