Sports Therapy and Thai Massage

Sports Therapy Massage

This is the treatment to choose for a particular injury or pain in a muscle or joint

  • A combination of deep tissue massage combined with neuromuscular releasing techniques allowing muscles to release and the body to re-align itself
     
  • Sports/Remedial Massage is usually given to relevant muscle groups to treat a specific problem but it can also be given as a general full body massage
     
  • A full consultation is given to assess and prescribe the optimum treatment

Treatments

60 mins £55

Times quoted are for the massage so please allow extra time for before and after your treatment


Thai Massage

Treatments

75 mins £60
90 mins £65

Times quoted are for the massage so please allow extra time for before and after your treatment

History of Thai Massage

Traditional Thai Massage is an ancient system of healing with its roots in yoga, ayurvedic medicine and Buddhist practice. Thai massage is believed to have originated in India more than 2,500 years ago and it made its way to Thailand where the Ayurvedic techniques and principles gradually became influenced by traditional Chinese medicine. For centuries Thai massage was performed my monks as one component of Thai medicine.

The massage is performed fully clothed on a futon and combines rhythmic acupressure with gentle and deep stretching of the limbs, back and the whole body. In this way it works effectively on the skin, muscles, organs and skeletal structures to release tension, increase vitality and leave you feeling restored in mind and soul. Thai massage can help to relieve many physical problems such as back pain, tense shoulders and neck, stiffness, poor posture, indigestion and sciatica as well as more emotional problems like stress and lethargy.

Thai Massage is a whole body treatment

Thai Massage opens up our energy systems as well as releasing tension in muscles and joints

Thai Massage leaves you feeling amazingly calm, relaxed and revived