· Those in Chiang Mai, Thailand who need a foot massage.
· Those with foot soreness.
· Those with a long day activity done.
· Those who wish to relax and relieve the foot pain after walking the whole day.
· Those who wish to have better circulation throughout the body.
What is Foot Massage?
Foot Massage is a well-known procedure that helps to relax especially after a long day of activities when the feet feel swelled up. Other than that, foot massage is strongly claimed to greatly improve circulation in the extremities, which means it is particularly important for people suffering from diabetes.
Foot massage has a natural healing property and positive effects on depression, anxiety, headaches, and migraines. Frequent sessions have been shown to reduce anxiety in cancer patients significantly. Moreover, for the ones with high blood pressure caused by stress and an unhealthy diet, a foot massage session up to 3 times a week can result in improved mood as well as lower blood pressure.
How It Works
Foot massage mainly uses hands to massage from the toes up to the lower legs below the knees, focusing on relieving muscle tensions. Moreover, a tiny massage stick could be used to roll over the toes and sole area for further massage procedures to help in reaching deeper pressure points.
Advantages and Limitations of Foot Massage
· Alleviates the foot soreness
· Relaxes the strained feet
· Enhances good circulation
· Improves sleep quality
· Recovers specific body issues
· May be a little painful when the massage stick is used
Before The Appointment
· Do not eat a heavy meal before the massage
· You may be asked for a complete health history
· Let your therapist know where he/she should pay attention to
Contraindications for Foot Massage
· Any contagious skin diseases
· Severe psoriasis or eczema on foot
· Severe varicose veins
· Bruising on feet
· First few days of menstruation
· Athletes foot or verruaes
· Localised swelling or inflammation
Q1: Can I eat immediately after the massage?
A1: It is recommended to wait an hour before eating.
Q2: I am pregnant, can I go for a foot massage?
A2: No, it is not recommended for pregnant women to have foot massages.
Q3: How often should I visit?
A3: 3 times a week to help with long-term health.
[Spa Name] Fah Lanna Spa
[Location] Chiang Mai, Thailand
[Nearest Station/ Nearest Tourist Destination] A 15 mins drive from Chiang Mai International Airport, and 10 mins from the popular shopping centers such as Central Festival, MAYA Lifestyle, and CentralPlaza Chiang Mai
[Spa Opening Time] Monday to Sunday (10:00AM - 10:00PM) *Last appointment 9:00PM
Number of Postoperative Visit
A health questionnaire will be given for you to fill out before your treatment
No charge for cancellations made at least 48 hrs prior appointment date. Failure to do so, you will be charged 100% of the treatment's fee.