Ayurveda emphasizes preventive and healing therapies along with various methods of purification and rejuvenation. Ayurveda is more than a mere healing system it is a science and art of appropriate living, which helps to achieve longevity. It can guide every individual in the proper choice of diet, living habits and exercise, to restore balance in the body, mind and soul, thus preventing disease and maintaining health.
Initial consultation is free. You will only be charged for medication, if prescribed by the Ayurvedic Doctor, and for treatments received.
Traditional Thai Massage is an ancient system of healing with its roots in Yoga, Ayurvedic medicine and Buddhist spiritual practice. This unique and complete system of Yoga therapy combines rhythmic massage, acupressure, gentle twisting, deep stretching and meditation. Thai Massage releases tension, increases vitality and creates wholeness of mind, body and spirit.
Thai medicine has its roots in the ancient Indian medicine known as Ayurveda and is believed to have arrived in Thailand with the transmission of Buddhism from India and Sri Lanka 700-1000 year ago.
Thai Massage is one of the four disciplines of traditional Thai medicine, the others being herbalism, meditation and dietary control. Related to oriental practices of body work such as Chinese acupuncture, Indian Ayurveda and Hatha Yoga. Thai massage works on the principle of maintaining the condition and the flow of the bodies vital energy through a network of channels known as Sen. In acupressure this energy is called Chi and in Yoga Prana.
Thai massage focuses on the muscoskeletal system (the bones, joints, muscles, ligaments and connective tissue) and the way in which it inter-relate with the body as a whole. It combines modern scientific knowledge of anatomy and physiology with oriental medical disciplines.
Thai massage treatments generally fall into one of two categories full body routines which can last from between 30 minutes to 2 hour and localised therapy. The treatment is carried out on the floor which the patient remains fully clothed. A number of gentle techniques using the feet, elbows and thumbs are applied to release tension and allow energy to flow freely
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