Traditional Thai yoga massage is a powerful form of energy rebalancing and physical massage. The theoretical foundation of Thai massage lies in the 'ten sen' - ten important energy lines running through the body. In Thai massage these energy points are pressed along with applied static and dynamic stretches to bring the body back into balance.
A Thai yoga massage begins at the feet and moves along the legs, stomach, arms, hands, side body, back, shoulders, head and face. In each position there is a combination of acupressure, asanas, stretching, palming, thumbing, and gentle twisting. Working along these 'sen' energy lines can help break energy blockages, stimulate the free flow of prana, and help to restore general wellbeing.
A Thai yoga massage can be adapted for those who cannot comfortably lie on the back or front, as well as for pregnancy.
Book into a Thai yoga massage treatment at a time that suits you.
Regular private morning, afternoon, and evening appointments can be booked based on availability. Email email@example.com
Private appointments are conducted from Maitri Studio in East Belfast at 4 The Mount, BT5.
Appointments can be arranged at your home if you live in BT1, BT2, BT3, BT4, BT5, BT6, BT7, BT8 (excluding Carryduff), BT9, BT10, BT11, BT12, BT13, BT14, BT15, and certain areas of Lisburn. All studio appointments are based on the availability of the studios at the time of booking. Certain conditions apply for home appointments please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thai Yoga Massage 60 Minutes | £45
Thai Yoga Massage 90 Minutes | £55
Thai Yoga Massage 120 Minutes | £75
Email email@example.com to arrange a weekday or weekend Thai yoga massage treatment.
Thai yoga massage ‘winter special’. Book in for a 75 minute Thai massage for the price of 60 minutes. Just select ‘winter special’ when booking 💆♂️
This offer is exclusive to Tuesday evenings at 39 Malone Road and runs between 9th November and 21st December. Whether it’s a post work treat or a massage to prepare you for a perfect night’s sleep, we have you covered. Follow the links below to book for November.
Thai Yoga Massage 'Winter Special'
Preparation for Thai Yoga Massage
While a Thai yoga massage can be very beneficial for most people, please inform us about any significant medical history as Thai Yoga Massage is not always suitable for those with certain health conditions.
Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing for the massage as Thai yoga massages are conducted fully clothed. The massage works best if you have space to move and breathe. Yoga or exercise apparel can work best, and avoid jeans or particularly tight-fitting clothes.
Do not eat immediately before the massage or immediately after. A large meal 2-3 hours before, or a snack 1-2 hours before the massage is best. Drink plenty of water after the massage to remain hydrated.
Feel free to make a Thai yoga massage a regular part of your wellness experience. We have a range of packages that would suit you incorporating massage into your lifestyle. Please click here for further options.
Benefits of Thai Yoga Massage
Touch is a necessary part of our lives and is a key element in both our physical and mental health. In today's fast paced life we tend to lose touch with our body and mind. Thai yoga massage can be one way of reintegrating touch into our everyday lives. Like all massages, a Thai yoga massage can benefit us in many ways.
The rhythmic movements help reduce stress and promotes deep relaxation of the physical body.
Static and dynamic stretches help Increase flexibility and improves range of motion.
The palming, thumbing, and acupressure of the main energy lines can help with temporary pain relief and reduce muscle tension.
A Thai massage can help to increase daily energy levels and support us in feeling more vibrant, energetic, and rested.