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Information Traditional Thai - Massage

The Traditional Thai massage is a massage technique that is known in Thailand under the name Nuad Phaen Boran, which means ancient healing touch. It consists of passive yoga stretching movements and positions for stretching, joint mobilization and trigger point massage. Ten selected power lines that run through the body in Aryurveda teaching described as an energetic network, that will be processed through gentle stretching and rhythmic pressure of the palms, thumbs, knees, elbows and feet. The Thai massage is made in clothing and takes place on a floor mat.

The foundation of Thai Massage is the Ayurveda system of 72.000 energy powerchannels (nadis), from which ten are used in the Thai Massage (known in Japanese as shiatsu acupressure points). Over these power lines on which the so-called Marma points (energy points) are lying, the massage client is powered with "Prana" (vital energy). Prana can also be applied to the body through deep breathing. In the stretching positions of the Thai Massage the muscles use oxygen and the massage client is encouraged to breathe deeply. Intense pressure massage also causes increased respiration. A deep breathing promotes relaxation and regeneration (increased prana). In the teaching of Thai massage, the pressure corresponding to specific marma points and energy lines with the following relief of physical ailments: headaches, nausea, constipation, diarrhea, tinnitus, insomnia, shock, coughing, knee pain, back pain, dizziness, etc...

The Thai-Massage from a scientific point of view:
The pressure point massage stimulates the blood circulation. The stretching can relax the muscles. The yoga positions affects the skeletto-muscle system and thus affects your posture. Twists, bending and stretching of the spine can be intensified by strain and have an effect on the physical mobility. The positions where the legs are lifted, supports the blood circulation and lymph flow. The rotation of the joints contributes to the production of synovial fluid and thus in physical suppleness. In the deep relaxation the parasympathicus nerve is activated so that in the internal organs the blood circulation increases and stimulates the metabolism.

Contraindications: pregnancy, during menstruation, fever, flu infection, after surgery, thrombosis, severe circulation problems.