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3 ratings2 reviews
September 9, 2017
I went there a long time ago and never left a review... they were amazing! Great atmosphere and what an experience. My husband and I both agreed it was the best massage we had ever had. And also very clean, friendly and professional. I was actually looking up my old voucher to make sure I go back on my next trip I'm planning!
If you go to their website to book, you will get an email confirmation verifying your booking, however, if you show up or call them to make any changes, they will inform you that they do not "do" online bookings. Booking is by phone only. Very confusing. Company also refused to honor the expired groupon for the amount paid. Pretty terrible customer service. Massage was excellent, though.
Staff was very nice. I like how they had us fill out a form in regards to our health. Coming from the health field, I feel it's essential. This field deals with a lot of skin contact & it's great that they are cautious with their customers as well as the well-being of their staff. It's a small room where we had our couples' massage. Music was very relaxing. My masseuse focused on my back (as listed as a problem area on the form,) but I wish the other areas had the same consistent medium pressure. She was able to find some problem areas where it was rather surprising to have stretched. My other half chose firm pressure. He appraised his masseuse for finding his problem areas. He felt a tingling sensation as if all tension was being released through his finger tips. Maybe next time I should get firm pressure too!
Anyone who practices Thai massage has a lot to learn—more than 200 techniques, to be exact. See what a therapist has in store for your next session.
While many massage therapists will focus on a client’s specific body part, Thai-massage therapists expand their attention to include not just the full body but also the space in which it resides. During a typical session, which takes place in a large space partitioned by drapes, the fully clothed client lies on a thick floor mat. The therapist begins the massage knelt in a wai—a gesture of pressing the palms together with fingers pointed upward in a prayer-like position—as a symbol of respect. Light, rhythmic massage strokes then lead to more focused pressures applied with the feet, elbows, and even knees. The therapist may also stretch the body into poses reminiscent of Hatha yoga; these poses are believed to open sen lines, the pathways that convey life energy throughout the body.
With more than 200 techniques to learn and master, Thai massage can stretch the therapist’s mind nearly as much as the client’s muscles. The Buddhist monks who developed these techniques—sometime between 800 and 1200 AD, according to DaySpa magazine—sought a combination of rhythmic strokes, guided stretching, and acupressure that could both soothe physical aches and align the body’s internal energies. The resulting massage proved so restorative that field hands soon took to it as a means of recovering from their long days of work.
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