Thai massage is one of the oldest therapeutic techniques aimed at total harmony of body and soul through the energy pathways in the body, called SEN. According to Indian philosophy, the human body has a total of 72,000 energy lines; Thai massage uses the ten most essential of those. Thai massage works on the principle of yoga, which continues to use elements of acupressure and Ayurveda. The yogi philosophy says that the human body is a pathway through which energy flows through the body. Sometimes, however, situations occur where the action of external and internal influences disrupts the flow and this leads to disharmony and imbalance. The manifestation of this imbalance in the body causes all sorts of diseases.
Thai massage is performed on the basis of precise methodological work within the body’s energy pathways. This is based on the concentration and the reconciliation of movements effecting the concentration of the mind. An integral part of Thai massage is meditation. The therapist then applies the correct pressure to acupressure points; working with your body's energy lines the massage includes yoga postures called asanas. The result of having a Thai massage is then perfect relaxation, with a cleansed body and mind. The aim is to eliminate pain, stress and any negative feelings, helping to align the perfect symbiosis of body and soul.
Traditional Thai massages can meet with each of the various types of massages that are used by people with any pain, psychosomatic illness, people burdened by long-term stress, active and professional athletes and people with inactive jobs or vice versa, load physical exertion jobs. Thai massage can also be part of targeted therapies. It is performed in a pleasant environment that can be adapted. The massage itself is then carried out on a soft surface in comfortable and appropriate clothing.
Effects of Thai Massage:
|60 minutes||640,- Kč|
|90 minutes||900,- Kč|
Masážní studio SAMPAO
702 00 Ostrava
phone: +420 595 136 790