Thai Massage Holistic/Swedish Massage Yoga
I am away, to book a Thai Massage please contact Nong: www.samati.co.uk
Traditional Thai Massage - Nuad Bodywork
Thai Massage is an unique powerful body treatment also called "passive yoga" as the stretchings, extensions and joint mobilisations are deriving from yoga poses.
According to traditional teachings the main energy lines (sen lines) will be activated through gentle stretching and rhythmical pressure with thumbs, hands, ellbows, knees and feet of the therapist.
The massage treatment will take place on the floor on a traditional massage futon without oil and the client will be dressed all the time in comfortable trousers and shirt.
Thai Massage will activate your flow of energy (chi) and the self-healing process. When these engery lines (which are controlling all physical, emotional and mental process in the human body) are blocked, caused by emotional stress, unhealthy life-style or inadequate food, this will lead to pain, non-wellbeing and illness.
Indulge yourself with my massage treatment in my private studio in Bath (Wells rd. - only 10 minutes walk from Bath Spa station).
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Thai Massage Treatments
Holistic or swedish massage for muscular tension, deep relaxation and many other health related benefits. Only high quality organic massage oils. Choose full body massage or back, neck and shoulder massage.
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Ashtanga Yoga Classes in Bath
My yoga tuition is held in a non-dogmatic style and based on my long experience of practise and studies with various ashtanga yoga teachers all around the world.
The yoga classes are designed at different levels which allows beginners to gradually step in the routine of the yoga practise, as well for the more advanced practitionar to develop a deeper understanding into the art of yoga as a way of life.
Beside the positive effects of a physical practice to gain well-being, strength and flexibility, non the less yoga is a way to pure self-awareness and to discover the true nature of yourself.
Another very important part of ashtanga yoga is the performance of internal locks (bandhas) during the practise to preserve energy and gain a lightness of movement.