Thai Yoga Massage, or Nuad Boran, is an ancient healing system that draws influence from India, China, and (predominantly) Thailand. The client, or ‘receiver’, is guided through a series of assisted yoga-like postures and passive stretches, using the breath to help go deeper into the postures (where appropriate) and to calm the nervous system, creating a feeling of deep relaxation. Drawing extensively on theories of energy flow, pressure is also applied along the body’s natural energy lines (Sen), using a combination of thumbs, palms, forearms, knees, and even feet, thus stimulating the flow of energy throughout the body. As a result, it is not unusual to leave a session feeling deeply relaxed yet energised and awake. Besides improving overall wellbeing and helping to restore energy levels, thai yoga massage can also help treat certain muscular conditions (such as back pain), improve circulation and mobility, and release emotional blockages. This kind of massage is performed fully clothed (in comfortable, stretchy apparel, such as for yoga), on a thin mattress or mat on the floor.
Covid Update: Waiting for government guidance to be able to start treatments, but hoping to be able to launch in May 2021, coinciding with Hope Studio’s reopening.
Special offer: take 20% off treatments in May! (First time clients only)
90 minutes: £70
2 hours: £80
Thai yoga massages are typically 90-120 minutes, but can be adapted to your needs. I currently offer sessions in Glasgow city centre (Hope Studio), but I can also come to you if you live in South/North Ayrshire or Kilmarnock and have space in your home (please note, depending on your location, I charge a call-out fee for home treatment).
If you would like to book in for a treatment please use the contact form on the website or send me a message on Facebook.