Thai Foot Massage

What is Thai Foot Massage?
It is the original Eastern Reflexology that has been practised in China for over 5000 years. It's the massage of the lower legs and feet that involves hands on stretching and finger, thumb pressure along the meridian (energy) lines to unblock any energy blockage. Many factors can cause blockage to the meridian point along the meridian line according to Traditional Chinese Medicine. Stick will be used to stimulate the reflex points on the feet which correspond to the internal organs of the body. It stimulates, unblock these points. When block energy is unlock, the recipient will feel great and improve of general health and well-being.

It is used to enhance the effect of Thai Yoga Massage that work along the meridian lines along the whole body running from the head down to the foot and up again to the head. The techniques stretches the whole limp provide flexibility and the feel good factor due to the stretches while Thai Foot Massage stimulates the internal organs. This combination is perfect for the receiver to enjoy a total holistic wellbeing felling for the mind, body and soul.

The benefits

Reduced stiffness and improved flexibility.

Relief Stress

Sleep well

Clarity of mind

The foot is the lowest point in the body system. Toxin can accumulate in the foot when the circulation is bad. It is a fantastic massage to unblock the chi flow along the feet also help to increase circulation. Toxin accumulated is effectively remove with improve circulation. Less toxin and better circulation lead to better health. This will then lead to better Stimulation of the lymphatic drainage. Better lymphatic drainage will then immune system boost.

Can you imagine how a simple act of Massage has such a great effect on your health and general wellbeing? If you haven’t have a one before, now is definitely the time to have one.

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