Thai relaxation is not only a way to relax and unwind, but also to improve your health. In addition, this technique is also a national treasure of Thailand, which includes both aromatherapy and elements of yoga, acupuncture and oriental philosophy. The Thais created their unique teaching about physical and spiritual strength based on the best techniques of China and India more than two thousand years ago. The tandem of Buddhist wisdom and oriental medicine has become the basis for the world-famous Thai relaxation technique.
Thais believe that there are 72 thousand channels on the human body through which vital energy flows. These channels are located on 10 lines that start at the navel and run throughout the body. By influencing any of the points, the master activates the channel and thereby stimulates the flow of energy. During the session, the master has a fairly close contact with the patient. Pressing is done with both fingers and palms, elbows and even knees, with different forces, depending on the point on which you want to act. Also in Thai relaxation, the master uses special poses for more thorough muscle stretching.
Well-done Thai relaxation not only promotes relaxation and calming, but also helps to remove toxins from the body, increase muscle tone, improve skin condition and even lose weight. Moreover, Thai relaxation is useful for sleep disturbances, chronic fatigue and fatigue, frequent migraines, mood swings and muscle cramps.
Experienced Thai relaxation specialists believe that the longer the session lasts, the better the effect. If you do relaxation of the whole body, then such a session should take at least 2 hours. If time is limited, then it is better to do a full relaxation of one area, but not the whole body. During the session, the master introduces the patient into a kind of light trance, similar to the one that occurs during yoga. This is due to the fact that special points on the body are involved. By acting on them, the master works out the deep muscles and relieves tension from them.