Thai Massage

This ancient Ayurvedic Therapy is considered Yoga for lazy people or passive yoga because the therapist is stretching and massaging your muscles with their hands, feet and knees using specific Thai yoga poses to help to stimulate the energy (also known as Sen Lines) or points. This treatment is usually performed on a mat and lasts up to an hour. The client is usually fully clothed in comfortable attire for ease of movement for client through each Thai yoga pose or stretch. Some Thai yoga techniques may also be incorporated into a regular massage treatment on the treatment table. This type of massage is great for those who want the best of both worlds (a workout and massage combination), to help relieve excess stress of muscles and joints through stretching, and to help the body find harmony through the Sen (energy) lines.

Author

alyse

Alyse Jantzen, RMT graduated from Kikkawa College School of Massage Therapy in 1996 and has 17 years of experience in massage therapy. Alyse uses a holistic approach using any combination of Swedish massage, deep tissue, lymphatic drainage therapy, hydrotherapy, remedial exercises, postural assessments, and self care to help clients achieve their optimum health goals. She is a member of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO), Registered Massage Therapist Association of Ontario (RMTAO), and also the Reflexology Association of Canada (RAC). Alyse looks forward to working with the team at Therapy Lounge to help make clients’ health journeys a fantastic experience.