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Traditional Thai massage is an ancient form of healing believed to originate from the time of Buddha. Thai massage techniques differ from the scooping strokes of Western massage and are described by some as a kind of passive yoga.
The Thai method uses two primary procedures; applying deep, consistent pressure to specific nerves, tendons and ligaments, and a wide variety of passive stretching movements to manipulate the skeleton and balance the functions of the body. The effect of Thai massage is uniquely relaxing as well as energising.
The purpose of the treatment is to help the body regain flexibility and ease of movement, while the quiet meditative atmosphere gently promotes a calm alertness. Tension and toxic material are released from the joints, muscles and connective tissue. The movements also help to adjust the skeletal structure, relieve muscular and joint tension, and stimulate the internal organs.
Massage & Therapy Centre
Max is a fully trained Thai massage therapist who is based in The Gymway, one minute away from Marble Arch station.
Max has ten years of industry experience, with diplomas from both the United Kingdom and his native Thailand, and is a member of the UK Federation of Holistic Therapists. He provides tailored treatments in a beautiful and peaceful therapy room, offers services both with and without the use of oil and caters for both men and women.
|Mon - Fri||10:00 am||-||8:30 pm|
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