Thai Yoga Massage
Thai yoga massage is an ancient art system of healing, believed to have been created 2500 years ago by a friend and a contemporary inventor of the Buddha.
According to the Buddhist scriptures, the founder of Thai massage, Jivaka Kumarabhacca was a famous doctor at the time. He was not only known for his healing ability, but also provided free medical services to the Buddha and other monks. He is regarded as the central figure in the Buddhist medical system and the father of medicine. Many Thai massage practitioners still offer traditional prayers to Dr. Jiwaka:
This unique body form-based on Ayurvedic medicine, Buddhist spiritual practice and yoga-combines gentle swings, rhythmic acupressure and deep-assisted stretching exercises to open up, exercise and tone all systems of the body. The practitioner exercises smooth, contemplative movements, pressing the energy lines, placing the recipient in a yoga posture, performing spinal exercises, and gently and consciously stretching the joints and muscles. Throughout the process, the recipient will lie on the floor mat, wearing loose and comfortable clothing.
What to Expect
As a result of the massage, the recipient obtains physical and mental benefits; the flexibility of the body increases drastically, the respiratory and digestive systems are improved, and the circulation and energy flow are also improved. The mind becomes calm and peaceful, freeing the recipient from stress, sometimes becoming calm, relaxed, and almost euphoric.
In fact, everyone can benefit from this form of bodywork. Anyone with muscle or joint pain, fatigue, stress, tension. Anyone feels sluggish, tired, and lacks energy. Anyone who feels stiff and wants to become more flexible and gain more mobility. People with digestive or respiratory problems, as well as people with blood circulation problems or high blood pressure.
Yoga practitioners are particularly satisfied with Thai massage. It allows them to deepen and expand the range of exercises, provide more flexibility to the body, and allow them to gradually adapt to more advanced postures. Thai massage adds a whole new look to yoga practice.
TYM can treat headache, knee pain, back, shoulder and neck pain, premenstrual tension and other diseases. It is particularly effective for numbness or loss of sensation after multiple sclerosis or stroke, and helps relieve pain during childbirth. This therapy improves flexibility, relaxation, and rejuvenation.
Body benefits of Thai yoga massage:
-Help the body detoxify and strengthen the immune system
-Increase blood circulation and lower blood pressure
-Good for muscle relaxation, increase muscle flexibility and increase mobility
-Improve posture, balance, correct body alignment and eliminate energy blockage
-Improve sports performance
-Helps arthritis and low back pain
-Help improve physical condition, strengthen joints and fight diseases, including chronic joint diseases
-Prevent disease and alleviate degenerative diseases
-Delay the aging process
Psychological benefits of Thai yoga massage:
-Improve the outlook on life; establish emotional balance
-Help concentration and creativity/concentration and spirit
-Clear and keep your mind calm
-Help you to gain mental clarity
-Reduce and relieve stress and anxiety
-Help people improve their inner energy levels
-Develop discipline and self-control
-Get better health, increase health and vitality
-Improve energy level and endurance
-Build inner strength (and build natural self-confidence)
Thai massage can be particularly beneficial for relieving:
-Back pain and other conditions