Thai yoga massage

is a method of working with the body combining elements of traditional Thai massage and yoga. The concept of energy pathways running through the entire body is the basis of Thai medical teachings. The Indian origin and influence is clear, as the whole theory is based on the philosophy of yoga. In which life energy (Prana) is received together with inhaled air and eaten food. Working on energy pathways together with pressure point massage removes blockages, supports the free flow of Prana and restores the return of health and a sense of well-being. Thai yoga massage dates back more than 2,500 years to the time of the famous physician Jivaka Kumar Bhachcha, who was born in a city in northeastern India and was the Buddha’s personal physician.
The main goal of Thai yoga massage is the gradual stretching of the whole body, which helps stretch shortened muscles or tendons and improves the flexibility of the musculoskeletal system. With massage, we are also able to influence chronic pain in the spine, limbs and head

– improves blood and lymph circulation
– removes pain and stiffness of joints
– increases body mobility
– strengthens the nervous system
– removes energy blockages in the body
– improves the excretion of toxins from the body
– promotes mental relaxation
– supports the activity of internal organs