Thai massage consists of pressures and stretches that are associated with the so-called "passive yoga" techniques. Its goal is to bring benefits to the person as a whole, physically but also emotionally, and is therefore in every sense "holistic". In Thailand, this massage is considered part of traditional Thai medicine. With more than 2500 years of history behind it and roots that sink into Sanskrit and therefore Indian culture, it is a precious asset that was added in 2019 to the prestigious list of "intangible cultural heritage" of humanity of Unesco.
Thai massage is first and foremost the art of touching certain points found on invisible lines, called the 10 lines of Thai massage or 10 Sen
All these lines are located at 2 cm under the skin and spread throughout the body. When these lines are worked, we stimulate and intervene on all internal organs.
The massage takes place on the floor, on a futon, with light and comfortable clothing, and does not involve the use of oils.
From a purely physical point of view it:
As in the Bioenergetic Holistic Massage , the futon used is made in a responsible and sustainable way according to the Thai artisan tradition. Its lining is organic cotton. It is padded with ecological kapok: a natural and organic fiber that is breathable and adapts perfectly to the body, making the mattress solid and absolutely comfortable.
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