Traditional Thai massage is a technique that stretches back hundreds of years. It doesn’t involve oil, but instead relies on stretching muscles and limbs, and applying firm pressure to areas.
If you’ve ever been to Thailand, this is the most common type of massage available.
The person lies on the floor on a futon style mattress and we use our knees, elbows, hands and feet to put pressure on certain ares. This loosens up the muscles, ligaments and tendons in the body, which apart from the physical muscular benefits, helps circulation, too.
Traditional Thai massage is ideal for people who do not want oil, but do want the benefits of a massage.
Just like with oil massage, I tailor my massage to each individual. No two bodies are ever the same, so I believe that each massage should be a little different to take into account that person’s needs and the ailments of their body.