Traditional Thai Massage (Thai Yoga Therapy, Nuad phaen boran or Nuat Thai) is an ancient art and a therapeutic technique developed thousands of years ago. According to the legend, it was created and developed by Jivaka Komarabhacca, also known as Shivago, the personal attendant of Buddha and the most removed practitioner of his time. As the legend states, this patron saint of Thai Medicine was miraculously found and saved from predators after he was abandoned on a heap of rubbish as a baby by his mother, probably a prostitute. He was named to celebrate this event, as java means alive. Shivago became a famous doctor, surgeon and herbologist. A statue or an image of Jivaka are found in treatment rooms of practitioners of the traditional Thai massage, often as a part of a traditional Buddhist altar, as it is believed that one should honor and be in touch with his teacher. In this case, the first teacher of the therapeutic technique – Jivaka. 773-898-2247

Philosophy of Thai massage

August 21st, 2012
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Acupressure  is derived from acupuncture. It comes from Chinese medicine and it is basically massage of specific points of the body. These points are called receptors. These are innervated space remaining in close connection with certain organs. Through massage, receptors achieve their better blood flow, and hence, the blood is more easily supply to a particular organs. Why and how? (more…)

Yogic Thai massage

July 19th, 2012
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Thai yoga massage got its roots lying  deeply  in ancient India, and are derived from a common historical line along with yoga and ayurveda, and is dating back to the early Vedic philosophy, some about five thousand years ago. Then the main principles of the Vedic system  was revealed, including yoga and ayurveda performed by saints of ancient India. Thanks to them the foundations of the theory known as samkhja philosophy was designed and created. This philosophy became the foundation of yoga, ayurveda and yoga Thai massage. In the third century BC, under the reign of Emperor Aszoki, yoga and ayurveda experienced its heyday. Aszoki was a legendary Indian warrior who rejected violence to become the teacher of the Buddha, and opened the way for the spread of Buddhism in the spaces of south-east Asia. Buddhist monks when migrated was propagating the Buddha’s teachings, they carried with them the knowledge and practice of yoga and Ayurvedic medicine. Yoga and ayurveda soon became the basis for medical practice in Sri Lanka, Thailand, Burma. (617) 619-6812

What is Thai Bodywork?

June 5th, 2012
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Thai massage is a type of so-called deep massage. It is a sequence of techniques which combine the most important acupressure points on the body of the passive elements of yoga, stretching and reflexology. In Thailand it is known as “nuat phaen borate” (Thai: นวด แผน โบราณ, IPA: [nûɑt p Ê° ἔ ː he ː n ː ra n]), which can be translated as an ancient classic massage. (more…)

Thai massage is a great way to relieve tension, stress, muscle numbness and pain. It brings lots of benefits to the people who are exposed to work in adverse conditions. Sitting at the computer for the long hours, constant speed, not enough sleep and irritability make the body disturbed and the delicate balance that is essential for maintaining the body and mind in health and freedom is disturbed.
Sometimes massage is not enough then it is good to get away for a few days and relax both body and mind – I recommend (706) 994-4698, where you are certainly manage to calm and de-stress.


Types of Thai Massage

February 5th, 2012
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  • Classical Thai massage

    Thai Classical Thai massage combines acupressure and yoga techniques, passive (also known as yoga for lazy people). This massage causes the unloaded muscle, joints and tendons it is stimulating blood circulation and lymphatic system, which restores the balance in the body, relaxes, while giving a boost of energy. (more…)