During your Thai massage treatment
Your therapist will block and release blood flow to different parts of your body, providing an intense rush of heat to your limbs and boosting your circulation. They will also use oil to deliver a smooth, flowing massage which should relieve tension in your neck, back and shoulders. Make sure to inform your therapist about specific areas of concern before your treatment begins.
Thai massage techniques
A Thai massage uses firm pressure from the elbow and forearm, alongside specific poses and stretches. Your treatment will take place on a massage table.
After your Thai massage
Take time to rest and relax and avoid intense physical activity until your body has had a chance to recover. Thai massage is most effective after a few, regular treatments, or you could complement it with a Thai Yoga massage.