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Thai Massage takes its origins from India where the art has been practiced for thousands of years. It was devised by the founder of traditional Thai medicine, an Indian Ayurvedic doctor known as Shivago Komarpaj. When Buddhism became established on a national level in India, monks began to spread the teachings of Buddha throughout Asia. These monks, who were trained in Ayurvedic principles, not only taught the word of Buddha but also the now legendary stories of Shivago Komarpaj, and the Ayurvedic principles. Thailand is thought to have had mainly shamanic-style healing practices prior to arrival of Buddhism.
£45 – 60 mins / £60 – 90 mins / £70 – 120 mins
De La Loubere’s Chronicle, written in the of King Narai (2656-1689) mentioned the popular use of massage in ancient Siam. In Siam, when one fell ill, his or her cousins would have him or her massage. Furthermore, it was said that King Chulalongkorn (Rama V, 1868-1910) was so fond of this method of rejuvenation that whenever he went out to visit his subjects in remote areas, at least one massage therapist was included in his entourage. The techniques of Thai reflexology have been influenced by countries within the Buddhist trade routes-India, China and other Asian countries. For example, the reflexology stick use to stimulate the reflex points in Thai Foot Reflexology originated in Taiwan as a tool for providing greater depth or pressure. Thus, the art of massage has been practiced and developed for centuries in Thailand. Thai foot reflexology has evolved through the incorporation of techniques from the therapies of other countries-China, Korea and Japan with the aim of enhancing the therapy and thereby achieving more beneficial results. £40 – 60 mins
£25 – 30 mins / £45 – 60 mins
This Massage has a strong remedial element and allows you to treat injuries such as rsi (repetitive strain injury) caused during work or everyday misuse, wear and tear as well as those in the sports arena. On this remedial massage you will deepen your understanding of the musculoskeletal system in order to apply advanced remedial and deep tissue techniques effectively and safely. You will be able to provide effective treatments before and after sport or exercise in addition to assisting in rehabilitation after injury. £45 – 60 mins / £60 – 90 mins
Skin cleansing is essential in promoting and maintaining a healthy complexion. There are various cleansing preparation aids to choose from: basically the result is the same in each case. This is followed by a more thorough deep cleanse, in which heavier cleansing cream is applied to the face. The high percentage of oil contained in the cream formulation allows the cream to be massaged over the skins surface without causing the product to evaporate. The deep cleansing involves a series of massage manipulation techniques, which reinforce the cleansing achieved with the cleansing product. Blood circulation is increased to the area and this has a warming effect on the skin which relaxes the skin’s natural openings the hair follicles and pores, where it can dissolve make-up and sebum. There are various deep-cleansing sequences all are acceptable if carried out in a safe hygienic manner and all can achieve the desired outcome. £35 – 60 mins