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Welcome to Pro Thais Massage Canberra. We offer what we believe to be the best massage in Canberra as a specialist Thai massage business located in Griffith, Canberra, ACT.
Thai massage also known as ‘nuad phaen boran Thai’ or ‘Thai nuad’ is an ancient therapy that dates back 2,500 years. It was preserved by the monks and nuns of Thailand’s past and handed down in history.
Thai massage is Vedic medicine. It is a holistic approach to healing and functions on the principle that wellness and health is a harmonised balance of body, mind and soul. Thai massage is influenced by its neighbouring cultures including Burmese, Cambodian, Chinese, Laotian and the traditional practices of the Malay Archipelago.
Thai massage treats the fundamental cause or origin of all pain. It is one of the highest and finest non-invasive, drug-free therapies.
"We use organic oils therapy goes beyond relaxation, people carry stress at all times. Some may notice and some may not noticing stress. Stressful of your body can also be impact on your mental and emotional situations."
Benefits of Thai Massage
Stress is a by-product of modern living. Pro Thais Canberra Thai Massage uses a combination of oil therapy and ancient Thai massage techniques to alleviate stress, release tension and heal the body.
Thai Massage is therapeutic and is used to reduce back pain (subacute and chronic nonspecific), alleviate tension headaches, relieve general muscular aches and pains, stimulate circulation and improve lymphatic drainage, calm the nervous system, increase muscle and joint flexibility, and boost energy.
How Thai Massage works
Thai massage stands out from other forms of massage. Instead of the gliding and kneading motions, this ancient healing uses stretching, pulling and even rocking techniques to relieve stress and tension.
The fundamental principle behind Thai massage is the treatment of the body’s internal energy flow.
Stress, emotional turmoil and tiredness can cause the body’s muscles to tense and tighten. The tension triangle is the zone of the body between the head and the shoulders. Some people experience muscle tension but may not be aware of it. The body is held taut and alert when muscles stiffened. Over time, the muscles become so tight, they start to shorten. Headaches and stiff necks are common when this happens.
Thai massage employs energetic body works to correct blockages and imbalances in the body. This allows the body’s natural energy to flow smoothly again, thereby improving overall health and well-being.
What happens during Thai massage?
The client is not required to disrobe during a Thai massage session. You can be fully clothed as most of the movements are conducted on a padded mat on the floor.
The massage therapist uses his or her body (hands, knees, legs, and feet) to manoeuvre you into a series of ‘yoga-like’ stretches while also applying acupressure, joint mobilisation, and deep muscle compression. You may feel your body being stretched, your arms and legs pulled, your knuckles and toes cracked but the movements are rhythmic and can be surprisingly relaxing.
Is Thai massage painful?
Applying pressure of any kind to tender and sore muscles can hurt but a qualified Thai massage therapist will know how to adjust the degree of stretching and pressure to match your discomfort threshold.
Best Thai Massage in Canberra
Thai massage offers relief from muscle soreness, tired feet, stiff neck, shoulders, and back. For the best massage Canberra has to offer book a session with Pro Thais and feel the difference.