Gentle and relaxing, and uses long strokes, kneading, and circular movements to help improve circulation and relieve muscle tension.
This massage technique is designed to work on deeper layers of muscle tissue, using slower, more forceful strokes to release tension and tightness.
This type of massage uses smooth, heated stones to help relax muscles and increase circulation. The stones are typically placed on key points on the body, such as the back, hands, and feet.
This massage combines the benefits of massage with the therapeutic properties of essential oils. Different oils may be used depending on the desired effect, such as lavender for relaxation or peppermint for invigoration.
This massage technique originates from Japan and uses finger pressure on specific points on the body to relieve tension and improve overall health.
This massage technique focuses on pressure points in the feet and hands that correspond to different parts of the body. By stimulating these points, reflexology can help alleviate stress and tension in the body.
This massage technique combines elements of yoga, stretching, and massage to improve flexibility and release tension. The therapist may use their hands, feet, elbows, and knees to apply pressure and assist with stretching.
Three traditional Thai treatments in one: First, an exfoliating scrub of clay, turmeric, Prai, and other ancient Thai spices to cleanse and revitalize the skin. Next comes a deep tissue massage and finally, a warm compress of Thai herbs. This treatment soothes muscular aches and swelling. It is also deeply restorative and energizing
A relaxing and purifying therapeutic treatment that incorporates manual lymphatic drainage techniques and nerve point therapy on the back to stimulate vital organs and balance the nervous system. The lymphatic massage is designed to manipulate lymph nodes and lymphatic vessels, with the goal of increasing their activity and promoting the flow of lymph, which carries waste products away from the tissues. Compared to traditional massages, the pressure applied with manual lymphatic drainage is much lower in intensity but powerful in its effects.
A 30-minute de-stressing shoulder and neck massage precedes a floral footbath followed by 30-mins of relaxing foot massage. Hints of Thai flowers, eucalyptus and soothing sounds come together to fill your senses and leave you with a feeling of renewal. This therapy combines the benefits of foot massage and tension relief back massage.