Thai Yoga Massage
Thai Massage is an interactive manipulation of the body using passive stretching and gentle pressure along energy lines. These movements help to:
* Adjust the skeletal structure
* Increase flexibility
* Relieve muscular and joint tension
* Stimulate internal organs
* Balance the body's energy system
The effect is relaxing as well as energizing. Receiving a Thai massage is a bit like doing yoga without putting forth any effort, while also getting an acupressure treatment.
Sessions in Munich typically last one or two hours, and are performed on a floor mat with the client dressed in comfortable loose clothing. Thai Massage uses two primary procedures: applying gentle pressure with the hands and feet, and a wide variety of passive stretching movements.
This massage is applied in a quietly meditative atmosphere where space is created in the musculoskeletal structure, and the body begins to open and regain flexibility and ease of movement, while the mind gently returns to calm alertness. Tension and toxic material are released from the joints, muscles, and connective tissue. The energy body, as well as the internal organs, are stimulated by pressure on peripheral reflex points.
This practice reflects knowledge that has evolved over the centuries. Something in its nature appeals to a large number of people at a deeper level. Something that argues with both physical and emotional needs, and may even be spiritually supportive. It treats the client with respect while encouraging them to let go of physical and emotional restrictions and to go beyond their present limitations.
This ancient therapy is beneficial for young or old, active or inactive, healthy or not so healthy. While each person will respond to this work in terms of their own experience and present state of health, it is well to remember that Thai Massage has been used for countless generations to treat degenerative conditions and promote wellness.
Thai massage promotes a sense of unity, wholeness and balance. It gives you a dynamic experience that unites body, mind, feeling and awareness.