#73 - Traditional Thai Yoga Massage
I've just spent 3 weeks in beautiful Byron Bay, learning this ancient and very relaxing style of massage.
Most of you know I am a Remedial Massage Therapist, Bowen Therapist and Naturopath - I love the combination of body work and Naturopathy, it gives me great professional and personal satisfaction knowing I have various skills and knowledge to help others in their path to great health.
And in return, I am most grateful for the experiences and wisdom my clients and patients bring to me.
So let me give you a brief run down of THAI YOGA MASSAGE...
It is performed on a soft mat on the floor, the client remains fully clothed, there is no oil used, and the BEST part... a minimum treatment is 1.5 hours, though I will also be offering 2 and 2.5 hour treatments (2-3 hours is the traditional time frame used in Thailand - I can feel a snooze on its way).
The techniques used include pressure point work along meridian lines, stretching movements (similar to yoga), and soft tissue massage, all done in a fluid, flowing style to enhance the clients response to the treatment.
The benefits are amazing:
1. deep relaxation - Thai is the only style of massage that puts me into "la la land"
2. releases points of tension in the body - muscle, ligament, tendon, fascia
3. increases flexibility and range of motion (that's the yoga influence)
4. improves circulation
5. relieves pain
6. promotes inner peace and a quiet mind
But to experience THAI YOGA MASSAGE is the only way to appreciate my message about this beautifully nurturing therapy...
I will be offering THAI massage at the clinic from TUES-FRI, and alternate SAT's
Regular fee schedule:
- 1.5 hour - $110
- 2 hour- $150
- 2.5 hour- $190
TWO SPECIAL OFFERS IN MAY...
Please phone the clinic 9501 0326 or email email@example.com to organise an appointment that I guarantee will not disappoint (happy to give you a money back guarantee on that promise!).
"And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom" (Elizabeth Appell)