Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Traditional Thai Massage


Every time I have the opportunity, I always go for a traditional Thai massage.  It's the best kind of massage I have ever experienced.  This is not an ordinary massage but employs a deep pressure and stretching techniques.  A session or two would surely take away years of back and leg pains.  You can actually choose between an oil massage and a traditional massage, the latter being the "dry version".

A lot had been said about the effectiveness of "thai massage" and I could attest to the fact that it's really soothing and relieving. The massage incorporates elements of mindfulness, deep stretching and rhythmic compression that will bring you to an ultimate healing experience.  

Thai massage believed to facilitate and promotes a harmonious state of being. It's one great experience that you shouldn't miss.  Your Thai masseur understands the different pressure points of your body and applies a gentle thumb pressure while she prepares your body for various yoga positions on the later part of the session.  This "thai massage" session could last from 1 hour to three hours depending on the client's preference. This is normally being done on a flat surface with the client wearing loose clothing for ease and comfort.

This is a yoga based healing and I'm really satisfied with every session that I got.

Have you tried it yet?  

18 comments:

anne lei said...

i have not tried it yet. I am contemplating to have a massage this month. I will try to have this kind to experience it as well.

aby ♥ said...

where can i experience thai massage?

Aileen said...

I sure could use a Thai massage now. How is this different with Shiatsu?

max said...

reading your post, i feel i need that one hahaha

Lady Anne Abit said...

I always get the Swedish massage, might as well try Thai next time!

Farida said...

I think I had a combination of Thai and something else (the kneading of elbows) when my family and I had a trip in Bohol. I love being massaged but it is a luxury to get one these days, quality-wise. I also tried going to the blind but the experience is far different from the previous.

Ate Krizzia, how do you get the paid posts?

tondo girl said...

i love massages... i do it regularly to ease my sore muscles and to release some tension...will try thai masssage next...

Jemm De Leon said...

I've never tried getting a massage. Must be nice.

Jellybelly said...

When we were in Bangkok we made sure to have Thai massage. The last time we wanted to try the massage at the Grand Palace but there were too many people.

Adventures on Planet Mom said...

i often get massages from the blind folks and mind you, they are really good. i never tried thai massage. maybe its time i should get one.

Marie said...

Oooh, seems relaxing! I didnt have a massage in ages hayyy....

Mommy Maye said...

Not yet sis. But since you said it's good then maybe I will try if ever I will have time. Parang may nakita kasi ako malapit dito na nagooffer ng Thai Massage.

Mommy Maye2

Marie Angeli Laxa said...

Oooh, I haven't tried it yet,, but I'm interested. I'll look for local places here in Davao. :D

Rosemarie/Gven-Rose said...

I've been stressed for quite sometimes now and while reading your post.. i figured I need a good massage...

Cristiane Zubiaga said...

In thailand it is a tradition, it is included in their if not daily, then weekly routine, to have a massage. Only means it's a necessity for us too! Especially in these very busy era

Chan

tet ^0^ said...

i haven't tried thai massage yet. i want to do it soon! :)

Grown-Ups For A Day! said...

I've tried this when I was in Bangkok and tried it once here in Manila. I'd have to say that the trick is to find a shop that lives up to their "traditional" signage.

January said...

I tried combination massages before and it has a little of Thai, and parang hindi ko kaya and stretching feeling nababali na mga buto-buto ko hehehe..

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