Updated at 2021-06-18 07:53:20 UTC
Thai - Another type of massage
Thai massage is not a typical massage technique. It is an alternative healing method of the Ayurvedic type. Ayurvedic healing arts developed 2,500 years ago in India. They encompass healing the body in a holistic way using methods such as herbs, acupuncture, diet, deep breathing, meditation, yoga, and massage.
How different is a Thai massage?
Basic massage involves the manipulation of the superficial muscles and connective tissue to improve their function and promote relaxation and general well-being. Massage Center Al Barsha
In theory, there are more than 160 types of massage. In practice, however, only ten to twenty have gained acceptance and popularity.
Thai massage is one of them. The skill of Thai massage is what sets it apart. Here, the therapist uses his hands, elbows, knees, feet, and legs to stimulate the muscles. The client remains passive and is guided by the therapist through various postures and deep breathing methods.
You do not have to be naked during the sessions. With most practitioners, you will be given loose, comfortable clothing or you will have to come alone.
Sessions take place on land or on land depending on the location. Also, no oil is used during the sessions.
Why be Thai?
Thai massage is not recommended for first-time spa visitors unless you are the adventurous type.
If you are an athlete or if you are planning a physical or mental activity, you will reap tremendously from a Thai.
Thai massages are known to be more intense, rigorous, stimulating, and energizing than other types of massage.
Most enthusiasts describe it as yoga without doing any work, hence its synonym, Thai yoga massage.
The main benefits of Thai massage for your body include warming up stretched muscles, better blood circulation, joint relief, detoxification, and flexibility. Your mind will also benefit from stress relief, deep relaxation, confidence, and general well-being.
How does it feel?
A routine Thai massage session usually lasts one to two hours.
Typically, you lie on your back on a padded mat (futon-type mat) and the therapist starts with the legs and works from there with gentle compressions. Next are your arms, then your back and neck respectively. There is a lot of stretching, muscle contraction, and joint mobilization focused on the tendons and ligaments.
The therapist will literally use your body parts i.e. hands, elbows, knees, and feet so there is a lot of body contact. However, this type of massage should not be confused with the sensual one. Full Body Massage in Tecom
How to enjoy your Thai?
Prepare properly for the session. Ask your therapist for the best outfit.
Talk, feel free to contact your therapist.
Punctual - Be on time and schedule your sessions.
Breathing control: practice inhaling and exhaling.
Oh! - do you feel pain or uncomfortable? Talk to your therapist.
Kick back, rest, relax and enjoy your sessions.
Be receptive, listen to instructions. Don't be shy or cork.
Inflated? - You ate or drank too much before the session.
Finally, sit back and relax for a while. You can then take a steam bath in the sauna.