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Understand the different types of massage and what they do
Thai Yoga Massage
Often compared to passive Yoga this bodywork combines stretching and pressure points to improve and unblock the flow of energy.
TYM is also known as "Northern Thai Style Massage". Thai Yoga Massage sequence utilizing yoga postures, passive stretching, acupressure, energy work, massage and meditation to assist people in reducing tension, enhancing flexibility, experiencing deep relaxation and improving overall wellbeing. You will incorporate the fundamentals of effortless, flowing transitions between postures, and learn how to maintain proper body alignment and apply energy balance through Thai Sen lines.
The Thai herbal compress, commonly known as "Luk Pra Kob" or "Herbal Ball Compress," is a traditional therapeutic tool used in Thai massage and alternative medicine. It is a compress filled with a blend of medicinal herbs that are steamed and then applied to the body in a pressing and circular motion. The warmth and herbal properties of the compress are believed to have various health benefits.
Chinese cupping therapy is a traditional healing practice that involves placing cups on the skin and creating suction to stimulate blood flow, relieve muscle tension, and promote overall well-being. It has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine and is now practiced in various forms around the world.
The Kindom of Lanna is a place in the north of Thailand where ancient healing practices are still alive.
Gabriel has obtained high training by Doctor Anoop and is qualified in the following healing arts:
Yam Khang - Fire Therapy (not performed at the clinic).
It is an ancient Lanna-style Thai healing practice in which a practitioner uses heat, plai water, sesame oil, and their feet to massage their client.
The Thai word Yam means to step or walk, and the word Khang means plough. The symbolism of a Yam Khang is that the service will turn over the bad things in a person’s life just as a plough turns over the soil.
The uniqueness of Yam Khang comes from the use of oil and fire. Practitioners generally have two bowls of liquid to dip their feet in during a Yam Khang treatment. The first is a bowl of plai water. Practitioners scrape raw plai with stones into a water bowl and filter out everything except the infused water. The second bowl combines sesame oil and Thai whiskey (or Vodka) and this liquid provides the visual grandeur of a Yam Khang treatment.
Similar to Gua Sha, a traditional Chinese medicine technique that involves scraping the skin with a smooth-edged instrument to stimulate blood flow and promote healing.
The Hammer Massage. Toke Sen is a traditional Thai bodywork technique that involves rhythmic tapping or striking on specific points of the body using a special wooden stick. This method is often associated with Tok Sen therapy, which is a form of Thai massage.
Massage, Cupping and Toke Sen
One hour treatment - $90
One and a half hour - $125
Two hours Treatment - 160
One hour treatment - $110
One and a half hour - $145
Two hours Treatment - 180
Bookings are available on Mondays and Tuesdays at the Orewa Clinic. Bookings are essential and can be done online only.
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