Massage encourages this super-power ability to get into our own bodies. Aside from the physical benefits, massage helps us to experience a heightened sense of awareness, clarity and focus, sense of peace and safety within ourselves. We can feel reconnected with our bodies, our personal Earth, the stories that we hold and the habits that we can let go of – including our aches and pains.
Thai massage is a meditation in movement. It is a magical experience of fluidity and deep relaxation that gives us the permission to work with more depth. These treatments are a blend of traditional Thai yoga massage and influences from other holistic practices such as shamanism, myo-fascial release therapy, and oesteopathy.
Above all, they are a space for healing.
“I can honestly say from receiving a massage recently from Erica that she read my body and energy so well and I am still feeling effects of it days later. Amazing!! Thank you.”
– Nigel Hanlon, Ireland
“Erica is a master healer. With only one session, she delivered outstanding results. I had severe pain in my leg, back and neck. One 90 minute session and I feel much much better. “
– Jon Bonanno, United States
Why choose Thai yoga massage?
Thai massage is an ancient practice that dates back over 2000 years. The positive effects to this gentle, caring practice for healing have been honoured for this time. Even modern medical professionals recognize the benefits of Thai yoga massage. They include:
- Helps relieve stress and aid relaxation
- Helps relieve muscle tension and stiffness
- Improves circulation and healthy blood flow
- Increases and rebalances energy
- Fosters peace of mind
- Promotes a relaxed state of mental alertness
- Satisfies needs for caring nurturing touch
- Promotes deep rest
- Fosters a feeling of well-being
- Plus many, many more…
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