Affectionately called 'lazy man's yoga', this type of massage has been practiced in Thailand for centuries, traditionally performed by Buddhist monks in their temples. Thai massage focuses on the body's sen lines - known as meridians in traditional Chinese medicine - attempting to increase and improve the flow of energy along those lines.
You'll remain fully clothed for this treatment, which is done on a cushioned mat on the floor, and I'll move your body through a series of yoga-like poses while kneading and compressing your muscles with my hands, elbows, knees, and feet.
Because of the combination of massage and gentle stretching, Thai bodywork is wonderful for relieving muscle tension and improving flexibility and range-of-motion. It's deeply relaxing, and clients often leave feeling calm, energized, and more at-home in their bodies. I love the playful nature of this work, and find it to be very therapeutic for my clients and myself.