Traditional Thai Massage has a fine reputation throughout the world as one of the best forms of therapeutic massage. There are many other forms of massage available from the skilled fingertips of Thai massage therapists here in Kinnaree Thai Massage. Traditional Thai Massage or Thai Yoga Massage rooted in Thai Buddhism and the ancient tradition of Ayurveda, Thai Yoga Massage is a dynamic healing art that uses assisted stretches, work on energy lines and touch techniques to create a bodywork session that is both energizing and relaxing for the pratitioner and receiver.
Thai massage is different from many Western forms of massage in that no oil or table is used. The therapist uses a mattress on the floor, the client remaining completely clothed throughout the session. It is described by some as a kind of passive yoga. Thai Massage Method uses two primary procedures-applying deep, consistent pressure to specific nerves, tendons and ligaments, and a wide variety of passive streching movements manipulating the skeleton in order to balance the functions of the body. In Thai yoga massage it is not just the hands that are used but also the therapist’s feet, forearms, knees and elbows. The effect of Thai massage is uniquely relaxing as well as energizing.
Like other Asian massage techniques, such as shiatsu and reflexology, Thai Massage is a therapy that promotes the flow of energy throughout the body. The effect of Thai massage is uniquely relaxing as well as energizing. The body regains flexibility and ease of movement, and the quiet meditaive atmosphere gently promotes a calm alertness. Tension and toxic material is released from the joints, muscles and connective tissue. The movements also help to adjust the skeletal structure, relieve muscular and joint tension, and stimulate the internal organs.
Thai Aroma Massage is also called Thai Oil Massage; a combination of Traditional Thai Massage with Special Thai Aroma Massage Oil. Experience the therapeutic power of Massage and Aromatherapy from Kinnaree Thai Massage. By using treatment and special body work techniques, thumbs, fingers and palms to stimulate acupressure point on the body, you will feel relax and help release your stress. The essential oil that rubs on your body will help smooth your skin and give you healthy looking skin.
Thai Herbal Massage is a combination of Thai Massage and Herbal Compress works to eliminate aches and pain, ease muscle tension and relax tensed joints. Each Compress contains herbs and other ingredients known for their medicinal and curative powers such as lemon grass, turmeric, tamarind leaves, rock salt and kaffir lime.
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Reflexology is an ancient technique of applying pressure to reflex points of the feet and hands which causes a physiological response in the body. Thai Foot Reflexology Massage is a combination of Thai foot massage and reflexology technique to straighten the physical condition by stimulating the back of this foot and the reflexogenic zone of the shell, and to make health maintained by own power. Reflexology is a Complementary & Holistic therapy that is applied to the hands and feet. The aim of the treatment is to treat the whole individual thus encouraging the body to heal itself and maintain homeostasis - the natural balance within the body.
It is important to remember that Reflexology is more than just a foot or hand massage. As the reflex points on the the hands or feet are worked the circulatory system increases blood supply around the body resulting in the release of tension and toxins for elimination. This brings about a more balanced state. Treat yourself, a friend or a loved one to a wonderful relaxing reflexology massage session. Many clients find that reflexology is pleasurable and deeply relaxing. Often they fall into a healing sleep as the deep inner zones of the body are stimulated.
Our Social Massage offers a unique opportunity for many people can participatethe relaxing touch of a massage in the same time or in the same room/place.
Our Group Massage offers a unique opportunity for a group of people can receive the relaxing touch of a massage in the same time and in the same room from their own massage therapist.
Massage helps to promote relaxation, relieve tension and increases flexibility, enhancing the ability to carry extra weight while also relieving aches and pains, leg cramps and muscle spasms. The effects of relaxation and tension release add to improvement in the physical state of muscles and joints, and assist in balancing emotions. Massage has many scientifically proven health benefits such as stimulating the blood and lymph systems, thereby increasing immunity and removal of toxins, stabilizing hormonal levels, and adding tone and flexibility to muscles -- all of which enhance the health of both you and your baby.
Four Hands Massage is better than two. Our Four Hands Massage offers a unique opportunity for someone who needs the relaxing touch of a massage from four hands or from two masseuses. This offer is good for a busy person who has a short time for getting a massage.
Our Couple Massage offers a unique opportunity for couples (you and your love one or your friend) who prefer to get a massage in the same room. Share quality time together. You’ll remember the day forever.
Thai massage can be particularly helpful in relieving: Headaches, migraines, arthritis, whiplash pain, paralysis, numbness, sciatica, back pain and other conditions. And now research suggests massage can ease insomnia, boost immunity, prevent PMS, and more. Maybe that's why hospitals are making it a standard therapy.
Rubbing may interfere with pain signals' pathways to your brain, a process called the "gate control theory," according to experts. Pain impulses run toward the spinal cord and then up the cord and into the brain. It's only when they reach the brain that these impulses, are perceived as pain. When you rub, it sends other impulses along the same nerves. When all these impulses try to reach the brain through nerves, the nerves get clogged like a highway during rush hour. The result is that most of them won't reach the brain. And if the pain signals does not reach the brain, you won't feel pain. Thus massage works by 'closing the gate' that pain impulses have to pass through.
Research has shown that massage lowers the heart rate and blood pressure, increases circulation and endorphins, and relieves muscle tension, spasm, and stiffness. All of these contribute to pain. Massage calls up endorphins-the body's natural painkillers. It stimulates the release of endorphins, the morphine-like substances that the body manufactures, into the brain and nervous system. Experts suggest that tense muscles are usually deprived of oxygen, because the tightness reduces blood circulation to the area. Massage improves blood circulation, bringing with it what the muscle needs-oxygen and other forms of nourishment. The muscle then relaxes, and pain decreases. Also massage makes you feel relieved and gives you deep relaxation.
In addition to the effects of massage therapy on pain, it also helps reduce anxiety, which is a contributing factor on pain. Diseases, studies indicate, are an estimated 80-90 percent stress-related.
Massage is providing the benefit by the therapeutic value of touching that helps a person in pain. Research shows that even touch lasting for a few seconds has the ability to make people feel better. Obviously, an hour-long touch provided by massage has to make you feel good!
This makes therapeutic massage a great option for individuals recovering from surgery or suffering from chronic illness. This can lead to a decreased need for medication. Some people rely on massage therapy when they can’t tolerate or would rather avoid the side effects of medication. (pregnant women, chemotherapy patients, people already on specific medications, etc)
Most of us know that therapeutic massage feels good; but massage also provides relief to a multitude of specific health concerns. Massage is part of an integrative care approach to many medical conditions which include: Fibromyalgia, Back Pain, Arthritis, Neck Pain, Shoulder Soreness, Headaches, Migraines, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Myofascial Pain, TMJ, Injuries, Reduced range of motion, Insomnia and Stress.
What do you instinctively do when your back, neck, or head ache? Remember times when you have accidentally bumped your knee or bumped your head. What is your natural instinct after yelping “ouch!”? Your hands almost immediately reach for the affected area, and rub the pain away. What does that tell you about the natural and genetic inclinations towards massage? Bodywork offers a drug-free, non-invasive and humanistic approach based on the body’s natural ability to heal itself.
Pain can be caused by: Muscle tension, twists and bends in the spine, tension in the gut, trigger points, inflexible ligaments, fixated joints, adhesions, etc. For pain relief, massage is most effective when using slow, steady, circular motions. You can massage over or near the area of pain with just your bare hand or with any substance that feels good such as talcum powder, warm oil, or hand lotion. Depending upon where your pain is located, you may do it yourself or ask someone to give you a massage.
Stress, emotional pain and discomfort is something none of us can avoid—regardless of our age, social background and religious belief. While we cannot prevent death, illnesses, rejection, separation and a host of other unwanted events, we can also strengthen our mind with regular practice of meditation so that it is less susceptible to pains brought by all these uncontrollable events.
The mind possesses the nature of non-stop thinking, especially when you are alone. The more the mind thinks, the more it is woven because the untrained mind is always easily attracted by external things and falls into the whirlwind of thoughts.
People practice meditation in order to bring their minds back to the center of their bodies; so that their minds will have no wandering, no extraneous thoughts and will not be in a vexed and confused state; and will become even more powerful.
The meditation is the only technique that teaches about the center of the body as the natural home of the human mind and an unlimited source of joy. Many have found regular practice of this meditation method helped them overcome physical ailments and emotional illnesses. Others have expressed satisfaction at increased self-esteem, better work performance, and improved relationships with colleagues and family members.
Many have found regular practice of this meditation method helped them overcome physical ailments and emotional illnesses. Others have expressed satisfaction at increased self-esteem, better work performance, and improved relationships with colleagues and family members. Whether you are happy or sad, looking for the real meaning of life, or wishing to discover more about yourself.
Meditation also has moral impact on the mind. It cleanses the mind so that regular meditators become gentler, kinder, and feel increasingly uncomfortable to harm anyone either by speech or action. Their bad habits will decline in degree or are even dropped altogether while their good habits grow in intensity. Anyone who wishes to quit any unpleasant habit or acquire a new good habit for their personal development or career progress should try meditation.
Learn the Dhammakaya Meditation Technique, one of the most ancient techniques of meditation in the world. Its simplicity, originality and effectiveness have made the Dhammakaya method among the most popular meditation techniques in Thailand, and its international popularity is growing fast. It is about self-discovery, relaxation and purification of the mind. As such, the practice of this technique is not in conflict with any religion or creed, and is open to anyone to try for themselves.
Sit cross-legged with your right leg on your left leg and your right hand on your left hand. If you find this position uncomfortable, you can sit on a cushion or a chair. In any case, your right index should touch your left thumb. Close your eyes very gently as if you are about to sleep. Empty your mind of all kinds of thoughts. Breathe in deeply and gently exhale a few times. Relax every muscle in your body.
Imagine that the inside of your body is hollow as well—with no internal organs. Rest your mind at the center of the body, which is located inside at the level of two fingers width above the navel.
If you find it hard to bring attention to the center of the body, you can rest your mind elsewhere inside the body where you feel most comfortable. Calmly and silently observe whatever image that arises-- whether it is darkness or bright light or anything else, just accept it without any thought.
When resting your mind at the center of the body or anywhere else inside the body, make sure not to strain the eyes. In meditation, we see with the mind, not with the physical eyes; that’s why we close them.
If your mind wanders, you can use visualization to help keep your mind still. To do so, imagine that a crystal ball is floating in the middle of your stomach. You can use other neutral objects that you’re familiar with such as an orange, a football or the moon. You can also repeat the mantra ‘Summa Arahung’ which means virtuous path, away from impurities of the mind.
Continue to rest mind at the center of the body and make no judgment or emotional response to whatever you experience. For beginners, we suggest that you practice meditation for 15 to 30 minutes in the morning and near the bedtime, and increase the length of time, say up to one hour, as you feel more comfortable.
Depending on the degree of stillness and clarity of your mind, after a while you will experience a sense of peacefulness and refreshing joy as if you’ve just come out of an inner spa.
If you feel tense afterwards, chances are you might be trying too hard. Open your eyes, adjust your sitting position until you feel comfortable, and start over again.
If you feel asleep, perhaps you need to focus more on the center of the body. Take a few deep breaths and silently repeat the mantra ‘summa arahung.’ If sleepiness persists, perhaps you are physically tired, just allow yourself to doze off a bit before starting over again.
You place your awareness at the centre of your body. You can feel the full extent of the breath, from the beginning to the end. So you can call Dhammakaya meditation, mindfullness of breathing.
However, there is more to Dhammakaya meditation than this. Dhammakaya meditation employs the practise of visualization using "kasina" (concentration on a subject or image which we use as a nucleus for our awareness), which is internal to our body. Above all, the most important thing about the Dhammakaya meditation technique is that the awareness is placed at the centre of the body. With the attention here, inside the body, instead of outside the body (as is generally the case with aanaapaanasati meditation), you can create not only concentration but also self-awareness.
Stilling the mind is an art, and key to mastering the Dhammakaya meditation. There are many other ways to still the mind, which suit different individuals for different reasons. If you would like to explore other alternatives in detail, You can come to learn meditation and receive personalized guidance that best fits your unique character from experienced teaching monks at http://www.meditationthai.org or ask a question about meditation at firstname.lastname@example.org