Q: What is Thai massage?

A: Thai massage is an ancient healing system that combines acupressure, assisted yoga postures, and passive stretching. It is unique in its approach because it focuses on energy lines, which are thought to be the pathways of life force energy that run throughout the body.

Q: What should I wear for a Thai massage?

A: Loose, comfortable clothing is recommended for a Thai massage. Most people wear flexible athletic clothing such as yoga pants or stretchy workout clothes. It’s important to wear something that allows for a full range of motion as the therapist will be moving your body through different poses and stretches.

Q: Do I need to bring anything for my Thai massage session?

A: No, you don’t need to bring anything for your Thai massage session. The therapist will provide everything you need, including a comfortable mat or table, pillows, and blankets.

Q: How long does a Thai massage session last?

A: A typical Thai massage session lasts about 60-90 minutes. However, longer sessions are available depending on your needs and preferences.

Q: Is Thai massage painful?

A: Thai massage should not be painful, but you may feel some discomfort or soreness during or after the session. The therapist will work within your comfort level, using appropriate pressure and adjusting as needed.

Q: Can anyone receive a Thai massage?

A: Thai massage is generally safe for most people. However, there are some contraindications for certain medical conditions. It’s important to inform your therapist of any health issues, injuries, or surgeries before your session.

Q: What are the benefits of Thai massage?

A: Thai massage can improve flexibility, reduce stress, relieve pain, increase energy, and promote relaxation. It can also improve circulation, boost the immune system, and improve overall physical and emotional wellbeing.

Q: How often should I receive Thai massage?

A: The frequency of Thai massage sessions depends on your specific needs and goals. Some people may benefit from weekly sessions, while others may only need occasional sessions to maintain their health and wellbeing. Your therapist can help you determine the best frequency for your needs.