Thai massage is a unique modality, also known as Nuad Bo-Rarn, Thai Yoga Bodywork- Thai Yoga Massage or Lazy Man’s Yoga, this centuries old practice has its roots in Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Thai folk healing. Thai Massage occurs on a comfortable floor mat massage table for those who are unable to use the floor mat. The practitioner uses hands, thumbs, forearms, elbows, knees- and feet to stimulate meridians and pressure points throughout the body in a meditative, flowing rhythm. The recipient is guided into passive yoga postures linking breath with movement to stretch muscles, compress and decompress joints and increase range of motion. Whether or not you are a yoga practitioner- Thai Yoga Massage will leave you feeling deeply refreshed – relaxed with long lasting benefits.

Dr.Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha

Thai massage is believed to have been developed by Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha, physician to Buddha, more than 2,500 years ago in India. It made its way to Thailand, where the Ayurvedic techniques and principles gradually became influenced by traditional Chinese medicine
For centuries, Thai massage was performed by monks as one component of Thai medicine. While the recorded history of Thai massage was lost during the war with Burmese in 1767, the surviving records are now inscribed in stone and can be found within the temple of Pra Chetuphon in Bangkok, known as Wat Po, the temple of the reclining Buddha. Its spiritual aspect also remains as teachers of the therapy begin classes with the practice of waikru, a series of prayers and recitations dedicated to Shivago Komarpaj, the father of Thai massage and the God of Healing, and
Teachers of the tradition through the centuries.





What is Thai Massage?


massage looks like a cross between acupressure, yoga, and Zen shiatsu and is
inspired by Buddhist teachings. The actual massage consists of slow, rhythmic
compressions and stretches along the body’s energy lines, also called sen in
Thai. Over 70,000 sen are said to exist within the body which powers all
physical, mental, and emotional processes. If there is an energy imbalance, the
body’s harmony is disrupted, causing pain and disease. Massaging along these
key energy lines can break energy blockage, stimulate the circulation, and
restore general well-being. 

Thai massage
concentrates on applying pressure along 10 of the most important sen. In doing
this, it inco
rporates acupressure work with a series
of assisted yoga-like stretches, in which the practitioner uses his or her
hands, arms, legs, and feet to give the massage.

The emphasis is on the
practitioner using his or her body weight as much as possible while ensuring
that the receiver remains relaxed throughout the entire treatment. 


A Thai massage is typically
performed on a floor mat enabling practitioners to use their body weight and to
incorporate the many movements that would not be possible with a  
massage table. Normally, the
client remains fully clothed, and lubricant for the skin is rarely used. A Thai
massage usually lasts one to two hours but may be three hours or more if

Thai massage includes the
following four basic positions:



 from the front with the
client lying supine.



from the side with the client
alternately lying on either side.



from the back with the client
lying prone

in a sitting position.

The body’s energy lines, also called “Sen” in Thai

One of the most important principles of Thai massage is the continuous flow of sequential movements that prepares the client for the next step in the massage. The practitioner is always aware of his position so that an uninterrupted slow rhythm is maintained deep, sustained pressure ensures that the Myofascial, or the muscle’s connective tissue, soften and relax to release the flow of energy along the sen, and to prepare the client for the large-scale stretches that follow.



How does it feel? 


Different from other forms of bodywork – smoothness, rhythm and flow are three words that come to mind. Hence the nickname “lazy-man’s yoga” this is pretty much what it feels like, except that you’re receiving an acupressure massage as well.


First time recipients of the massage react differently; some find the pressing techniques – particularly those done with the thumb – a little uncomfortable; others are shocked at the degree of stretching their stiff body can achieve.

Almost all feel relaxed, refreshed and much more flexible afterwards, and those who have regular Thai massage come to enjoy the deep pressure techniques and spectacular manipulations

Most Asked questions About THAI MASSAGE

What are the benefits? 

Benefits of Mind/ Body/ Spirit

Traditional Thai Yoga Bodywork (Nuad Boran) +Jade Sauna

The ancient healing knowledge of Thailand is amazing and highly therapeutic. The techniques incorporate stretching and pressure points over the entire body, releasing blocked energy and increasing awareness and wellbeing. To accommodate the treatment, you are given a comfortably loose fitted traditional Thai clothing to wear and only little of oil is used while working on your hand and feet.

60 minutes / $119

90 minutes / $140

2 Hrs / $185


SunWarrior30/60 MINs

Therapy (Head, Neck, Back & Shoulders)

A head massage is a highly relaxing massage that is given to the end of
every Thai massage session. It concentrates on the energy lines running along
the back and shoulders, where muscle knots can 
form because of long hours of sitting in your office. Excellent for those short on time but high on tension and stress.

30 minutes/ $70

 60 minutes/ $119


Thai Herbal Compress Therapy (Nuad Pracob) + Steam Shower

An incredible treatment with a combination of stretching, acupressure, and hot herbal compress. This unique combination of heat, herbs, aromatic scent, and massage help to reduce muscular tension, increases blood circulation, stimulate lymphatic drainage, and ease a restless mind.

90 minutes / $190

2 Hrs / $220

Signature Deluxe +JadePod Infrared Sauna

Our most popular treatment!

This incredible treatment includes a combination of modalities
(Traditional Thai Yoga Bodywork, Thai hot oil therapy and hot stone therapy)
that are chosen for your specific needs. Our wealth of  
knowledge in the Thai bodywork field assures that your treatment will be exactly what your need. Each treatment is unique because as your body heals your needs change. 

60 minutes / $119

90 minutes / $145

2 Hrs / $190