Thai Massage is an ancient Ayurvedic based body science said to have been developed and founded by the Buddha’s own personal physician, Shivago Komarpaj, Unlike many massage modalities where the client lays on a massage table, Thai Massage is performed fully clothed on a mat on the floor. The therapist stretches the client into specific, yoga-like poses, and also presses and massage floes. Where there is blockage, there is pain and tension. When these lines are cleared, vital energy flow is restored.


  • Increase flexibility and range of motion

  • Relief of chronic back pain

  • Improves mobility, posture, and body alignment

  • Helps detoxify body and boost immune system

  • Helps tone the body

  • Strengthens joints

  • Improve mental clarity

  • Boosts energy and stamina

Thai Massage may be the ultimate sports massage. As the therapist poses the client into a series of dynamic stretches, many muscles get stretched simultaneously and are multi-planar, which means each stretch moves the muscles in more than just one direction. This allows more flexibility, loosens stiff joints, and improves energy circulation. Expect to end the session feeling calm, focused and invigorated.


Suffer from chronic low back pain

Suffer from the effects of sciatica

Suffer from arthritis and arteriosclerosis

Desire improvement in athletic performance

Suffer from muscles fatigues and inflexibility

Suffer from depression or anxiety and wish to feel rejuvenated