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Thai Yoga Massage PO POLSKU

Thai Yoga Massage or Traditional Thai Massage, or Nuad Phaen Boran - which literally means “ancient healing touch”, is a unique and powerful healing art that has been an integral part of traditional Thai medicine for thousands of years. Thai Yoga Massage is a truly wonderful experience where boundaries and limitations dissolve, the sense of time disappears and deep healing occurs. In a unique way, it blends elements of acupressure, Yoga, reflexology, physiotherapy, meditation, energy healing and Ayurveda . 

Some benefits of Thai massage:

* Reduced stress
* Emotional calming & deep relaxation
* Increased range of motion
* Decreased muscle fatigue
* Decreased blood pressure
* Improved blood circulation
* Improved breathing
* Increased immunity
* Greater mental clarity
* Decreased anxiety
* Better emotional balance
* Improved feeling of overall well-being

What are the benefits in details?

The benefits of Thai Yoga Massage are countless. By freeing the flow
of vital energy in the body, Thai Massage can improve posture, breathing, flexibility, digestion and circulation. Muscles are stretched, inner organs toned and emotional and nervous tension is reduced. Often a deep sense of peace can be experienced during and after a treatment. Although the main emphasis in the practice of Thai Massage is usually on health prevention (as all disease manifests first on the energy level and can be treated there before it becomes physical), it can also be of great therapeutic benefit for a range of specific problems and conditions, such as headaches, back pain, digestive disorders, shoulder and neck tension, joint pain, menstruation problems, mental/emotional exhaustion, insomnia and other stress related conditions.
The massage of energy (sen in Thai) lines helps to create balance in the body. 
Shoulder, lower back, hip and knee problems can be addressed through regular Thai massage as can more organic issues affecting internal organs. Pressure combined with manipulation stretches the spine and pulls on joints to leave the body feeling loose and relaxed, ultimately maintaining flexibility and relieving tension.

The stretching, twisting and movement helps to bring blood and therefore oxygen to stiff joints and diseased organs giving the body a chance to do what it wants to do. . . heal itself.


 Thai Yoga Massage Prices:

60 min – € 60 (normal price €70) 
30 min – € 40 (normal price €45)

combined with Point Massage therapy
90 min – € 90

combined with Therapeutic Full body Massage 
120 min – € 120

How does a session look?
Both the giver and receiver are dressed in loose-fitting comfortable clothing and bare feet, no oils or lotions are used. The client rests on a thick, comfortable mat which has been placed on the floor.
The therapist uses thumbs, palms, elbows, knees and feet to apply a combination of acupressure, gentle rocking and twisting, joint and spine mobilizations.  The practitioner will massage, stretch, and move your body through beneficial yoga postures as you breathe and relax.
The therapist works kneeling or sitting on the floor alongside the client, working from the feet up to the shoulders and neck, over the face and onto the scalp.
Although Traditional Thai Massage is never painful, deep stretching can sometimes be intense and honest communication, whether it is verbal or non-verbal, is essential in order to effectively work through deeply held patterns of muscle tension.

* Thai Yoga massage is suitable for everyone, including young and elderly, but should be avoided if you have osteoporosis or very brittle bones; spinal fusions or artificial hip, knee or elbow joints; phlebitis, haemophilia or lymphatic cancer. If you have high blood pressure or heart problems, please speak with your GP/doctor before making an appointment for massage. Traditional Thai Yoga Massage should never be regarded as an alternative to orthodox medical treatment, but should rather complement it. Please make the practitioner aware of all relevant medical history and any medication you may be taking. 
Massage should always be avoided during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. 
The therapist cannot and will not diagnose or treat illnesses of any kind.