Thai MASSAGE Therapy

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Join THAISSAGE CENTER and allow yourself to breathe slowly with Thai Massage Therapists. It’s time to de-stress and finally let go. We offers treatments in a relaxing setting, giving you the opportunity to nurture your mind, body, and soul. Our goal is to attend to your wellness needs in a personal and attentive way. Your relaxation is in good hands.

Reflexology 45 Min


Thai Yoga

Also called Nuad Boran, the practitioner guides the client through a series of yoga postures, while palming and thumbing along the body's energy ('Sen') lines and pressure points.

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Thai Reflexology

Is the application of pressure onto particular areas of the soles of the feet and hands. A reflex action in another part of the body is stimulated by the manipulation of each specific area. Foot reflexology massage uses hands, fingers, thumbs, knuckles, and a rounded wooden stick with lotion or oil.

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Is the most popular type of massage in the United States. It involves the use of hands, forearms or elbows to manipulate the superficial layers of the muscles to improve mental and physical health. Active or passive movement of the joints may also be part of the massage.

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Deep Tissue

Is similar to Swedish massage, but the deeper pressure is beneficial in releasing chronic muscle tension. The focus is on the deepest layers of muscle tissue, tendons and fascia (the protective layer surrounding muscles, bones and joints).

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Couples Massage

A couple's massage is offered in a private room on side-by-side massage tables with two therapists who work on each individual at the same time.

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Hot Stones

During a hot stone massage, smooth, flat, heated stones are placed on specific parts of your body. The stones are usually made of basalt, a type of volcanic rock that retains heat.

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Back Walking Massage

Back Walking Massage is Ashiatsu massage – a little known, yet very powerful massage therapy technique dating back 2,000 years – features the massage therapist using feet instead of hands. In fact, the Japanese word itself means exactly what it is – ashi (foot), atsu (pressure).

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