Thai Yoga Massage, or Nuad Buran, is an ancient healing system combining acupressure, Indian Ayurvedic principles and assisted yoga postures.
In this very holistic practice, practitioner and client work with the whole body and energy system, balancing the body's need for movement and stretching, in a sublimely rhythmical workout.
Thai Yoga Massage interacts directly with the muscular, circulatory and nervous systems, stimulating energy lines and pressure points, helping to rebalance energy throughout the body and enhancing the body's natural healing ability.
It relives muscular tension, improves circulation, boosts the immune system and balances the body energetically.
Each session encourages a relaxed state in which excessive worry and stress seem to evaporate.
A Thai Yoga massage begins with a body warm up, then guidance via breathing, to a restful and aware state.
Acupressure techniques, gentle rocking, and various yoga-like stretches tone and open the body, encouraging the free flow of energy throughout the body.
Blockages are found and dissolved and people can feel how parts of their body suddenly feel more alive. Clients experience improved flexibility and overall improved balance in major muscle groups.
Two common responses to a Thai Yoga Massage session are tiredness or a dramatic spike of energy. Whatever the initial reaction, energy is in the process of being rebalanced and even if you feel tired immediately afterward, once the lethargy passes you will usually feel much more energetic, alive and aware.
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