Thai Yoga Massage & Zenthai Shiatsu Therapy

Zenthai Shiatsu – Focused intention

Blood, Ki and nerves form the foundations of our bodies internal pathways. Your local doctor may refer to arterial flow or nerve pathways whilst your alternative health practitioner may refer to it as ‘the river of life that ensures good health and vitality.’

When this is obstructed through emotional or physical trauma, postural imbalances or external invasion of pathogens, the natural healing mechanisms of our body is challenged and the ‘free flowing river’ often stagnates. The result is pain, low energy and a general loss of the feeling of well being. The body is needing support.

Zenthai shiatsu addresses the needs by drawing on the Traditional Energetic based systems of Zen Shiatsu, Traditional Thai Massage and the remediation techniques of Osteopathy.  By the integration of the prime aspects of the modalities and the creation of a safe, awake and caring healing environment, Zenthai has evolved to be widely recognised as an effective structural and energetic form of therapy.

Thai Yoga massage

Thai Yoga massage is an ancient art and practice that has its roots in the Indian systems of Yoga & Ayurveda. Its potency and uniqueness make it a revered massage modality but also a spiritual practice. Thai Yoga Massage works on the physical body to relieve bodily aches, pains and tension. It works with the body in a therapeutic way, applying rhythmic compression to energy lines and acupressure points in combination with deep stretching and massage touch techniques.

This massage is an oil-free massage performed on a mat on the floor. The practitioner guides the recipient through a series of yoga postures and stretches, palming and thumbing along the body’s “sen” (energy lines) and pressure points. This relieves muscular tension, increases circulation and balances the body by unblocking and dispersing energy. It leaves one with the openness feeling of a yoga practice combined with the total surrender and relaxation of a massage.

Thai flow massage

This approach to Thai massage is continuous and fluid and provides a deeply powerful and restorative effect on the nervous system. This approach is aimed at creating a therapeutic effect by the use of appropriate pacing and intelligent sequencing of the Thai massage postures and techniques.

Thai Reflexology

Commonly referred to as Thai Foot massage, this treatment is both relaxing and energizing. It begins by working the neck, shoulders and back followed by work on the lower legs and feet. Acupressure helps to stimulate organ reflex points on the soles of the feet that produces an relaxing effect that impacts the whole body and the nervous system. The recipient stays clothed for this treatment and the massage is also performed on the Thai mat.

Appointments

60min, 75min and 90min appointments available.

To book or inquire for details on location, rates please contact finaldi.yoga@gmail.com or 778-709-5013.