· Those in Chiang Mai, Thailand who need body massages.
· Those with body soreness.
· Those with injuries or swelling from sports.
· Those who wish to have a full-body relaxation time.
· Those who wish to cure body pain/soreness.
What is Siam Massage?
Siam Massage is a package combination of Traditional Thai Massage and Reflexology Foot Massage.
· Please arrive 15 mins earlier so you will get ample time for consultation and room set-up. This will also avoid a shortage in your treatment time.
· Our affiliated therapists will ask you to fill out a health questionnaire before starting your treatment. If you are unsure about the suitability of treatment due to any health concerns, please let the therapists know for any advice.
· Please ensure that you have waited for 30 to 60 mins after your last meal before starting the treatment.
Traditional Thai Massage
Traditional Thai Massage has always been a must-try on the list when you visit Thailand. The massage focuses on stretching and massaging deep tissues using a little more than usual pressure along the meridian lines of the body to ease muscle and joint tension. As this procedure requires a firm grip and is a more intense form, no oil will be used.
The procedure focuses on muscles stretching and applying pressures to specific points without using oil. This helps to release body tension and at the same time increases vitality and supports better flexibility. Moreover, the massage provides overall wellness by helping in releasing of toxins, stimulating blood flow, body realigning, and restoring suppleness.
Reflexology Foot Massage
Reflexology 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.
Reflexology 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.
Thai Herbal Ball Massage
Thai Herbal Ball Massage, also known as herbal compress therapy, involves using the steamed herbal pouches called Lok Pra Kop in Thai to gently patch all over the body.
Lok Pra Kop is a combination of herbs (lemongrass, cumin, lemon, salt, turmeric, etc.) wrapped into a ball shape using a natural cotton bag. It has been widely used since ancient times and is believed to give your energy levels a boost.
Advantages and Limitations of Siam Spa Package
· Stretches the body
· Repairs deep tissue soreness
· Releases body tension
· Calms the nervous system
· Balances body, mind, and spirit
· Stimulates blood flow
· Restores body energy
· Alleviates the foot soreness
· Relaxes the strained feet
· Enhances good circulation
· Improves sleep quality
· Recovers specific body issues
Thai Herbal Ball Massage
· Diffusion of therapeutic effects onto the skin and body
· Gentle exfoliation of the skin
· Promotes revitalization
· Enhances better blood circulation
· Relaxes muscles with heat
· Relieves stress and tension
· Not suitable for the ones who prefer massage using oil
· May be a little painful when the massage stick is used for foot massage
· Herbal ball may be too heaty for some people
Contraindications for Thai Massage
· The ones with a medical condition such as: such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, varicose veins, migraines, autoimmune disease, decreased pain sensitivity, cancer, autoimmune disease, epilepsy, tumors, or metal implants, or are on medication that thins the blood
· Pregnant women
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: Is it an oil massage?
A1: No, Traditional Thai Massage does not use oil; it is a dry deep tissue massage.
Q2: Is this massage suitable for people with sports injuries?
A2: Yes, Traditional Thai Massage can help to reduce tension and increase vitality.
Q3: Will the massage hurt?
A3: No, pressure may be applied to relieve soreness but the hurt will be in the "feel good" range.
Q4: How often should I get a massage?
A4: If you are looking to address a specific condition, it is recommended to have more frequent sessions at first and then slowly taper down to a maintenance schedule.
Q5: Should I shave my legs before my massage or body treatment?
A5: Shaving is recommended but please be sure to do so no less than four hours prior to your scheduled appointment. Certain products may irritate newly-shaven skin.
Q6: Can I eat immediately after the massage?
A6: It is recommended to wait an hour before eating.
Q7: I am pregnant, can I go for a foot massage?
A7: No, it is not recommended for pregnant women to have foot massages.
Q8: How often should I visit?
A8: 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.