Whole body stretching with Thai Massage
Whole body stretching: one of the many benefits of Thai Massage.
Thai Yoga Massage stretches your muscles in a gentle but powerful way. There are many noticeable benefits of Thai Yoga Massage such as an increased range of motion, increased energy level, and whole body stretching. Each session will leave you feeling relaxed and invigorated. Even your athletic performance improves when you receive Thai Yoga Massage on regular basis.
The increase in flexibility will help you to develop your athletic performance in soccer, volleyball and other sports. Yoga instructors and athletes are regular Thai Yoga Massage clients because they know they will achieve positive results. Stretched and flexible muscles improve stamina and promote happiness.
After a few sessions of Thai Yoga Massage you become more aware of your muscle tension which results in fewer injuries. You will know how your body should feel. Little by little, muscles knots are relaxed. Your body is stretched and feels alive. You feel better because in each session Thai Yoga Massage uses a combination of joint rotations, deep breathing, and muscle relaxation techniques.
The unique Thai Yoga Massage approach combines both physical and energetic aspects in one session.
Thai Yoga Massage is not a newly developed trend – it has existed for many centuries. It is called Thai Yoga Massage because it employs many yoga-like stretches which are easily recognized by those familiar with yoga. It is currently the most holistic approach within the field of massage. In one deep full body session, Thai Yoga Massage combines both physical and energetic aspects, which helps to start the self-healing process.
What are the benefits of Thai Yoga Massage?
- Relieves muscular tension in your neck and back areas
- Calms your state of mind and gives clarity
- Reduces your level of anxiety
- Improves flexibility, circulation and energy flow
- Strengthens the immune system
- Stretches and tones muscles and connective tissues
- Increases flexibility and range of motion