Traditional Thai Foot Massage is an ancient form of therapeutic healing that originated in India. It was introduced to Thailand over 2000 years ago by Buddhist monks and Ayurvedic doctors. The treatment draws on acupressure, stretching and energy balancing techniques to great effect. Using hands, thumb pressure and a wooden acupressure tool known as a Thai foot stick, the therapist massages the lower legs and feet. As well as being a wonderfully relaxing treatment, Thai foot massage can improve the circulation in the legs and feet, help to boost the immune system and can reduce stiffness and improve flexibility. We ask a lot from our feet and need to take the time to look after them.
Following a warm, relaxing, fragrant footbath you will be made comfortable on the massage couch, either lying flat or with your head raised – whichever you find more comfortable and relaxing. I use a wonderful, natural massage wax designed specifically for the legs and feet containing ravensara and mint. This refreshes, soothes and softens the skin as well as smelling wonderful!
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