· Those in Chiang Mai, Thailand who need premium quality Thai style body massage.
· Those with sports injuries.
· Those who wish to restore full-body energy and balance.
· Those who wish to subside body soreness.
· Those who wish to cure back/shoulder pain.
What is 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.
How It Works
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.
Advantages and Limitations of Traditional Thai Massage
· 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
· Not suitable for the ones who prefer massage using oil
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
Not Recommended For
· 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
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.
[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
30 - 120 mins
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.