The goal of Thai massage is to improve the flow of prana (energy) in your body. Tight muscles hinder the flow of energy, which you feel as being less flexible and more prone to injury. Over time, this reduced energy flow begins to shorten your muscles and connective tissues, which, in turn, externally worsens your posture and internally affects your immunity and the ability of your organ to function correctly.
Increasing the flow of energy in your body helps loosen your body and improve the range of motion in all your joints. The combination of acupressure and stretching in Thai massage targets your muscles, connective tissues, tendons, ligaments, and joints. Thai massage will therefore improve the mobility of your joints and make them less prone to injury.
Incorporating exercises and stretches into your daily life is essential to maintain your flexibility and mobility. If you prefer us to do the work for you, we offer both monthly massage memberships and a 6 for 5 packages to bring down the cost of regular massage.
If you are self-motivated, we offer group fitness classes and personal training in our Fitness Studio. If you are new to exercise, our Qigong and Yoga classes will get you off the couch. Our callisthenics fitness and women’s strength training classes will challenge you at every level if you already have decent mobility.
Ideally, however, Thai massage and fitness together make a powerful team. Thai massage will take whatever level of mobility you achieve by exercising and help you improve those areas slowing your down. And most importantly, a regular Thai massage can then aid in the recovery and relaxation process.