Bodywork that's more than skin deep

Massage therapy is just one part of a healing regimen. Yoga or daily stretching and breathing exercises are key elements in preventing injury, reducing stress and maintaining overall health. They extend the benefits of massage treatments! A balanced diet, exercise, plenty of water and laughter are also important aspects in a healthy lifestyle.

Monday, July 28, 2008

Reap Benefits From Traditional Thai Massage

Thai Yoga massage is a great addition to any workout regimen and is appropriate for people of all ages and capabilities. Although there is a traditional routine that I follow, a Thai massage session can be modified to suit a diverse range of physical needs. Thai massage is a physical therapy that helps increase muscular flexibility and strength. A 90 - 120 minute Thai massage session works the entire body, front and back, from the feet to the crown. It's physical, energetic and meditative. The influence of the massage stays longer. This full body routine is like a beautiful dance that uses stretches, acupressure and compression to release tension.

A 90 minute Thai massage is $100
A 120 minute Thai massage is $120

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