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    Have time out just for yourself

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    Relieve stress or muscular pain

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Thai Traditional Massage

Thai traditional massage is done with the client wearing loose, comfortable clothing. Pisa at different times uses her fingers, hands, knees, legs and feet, combined with body weight to apply pressure (either hard or soft depending on the client’s wishes and needs) to the body.

It is a deep, full-body massage progressing from the feet up, and focusing on sen or energy lines throughout the body, with the aim of clearing blockages in these lines, thus stimulating the flow of blood and lymph throughout the body

In Thailand a Thai massage session typically can last two hours or more, and includes rhythmic pressing and stretching of the entire body; this may include pulling fingers, toes, ears, cracking the knuckles, walking on the client’s back, and gentle manipulating of the body into many different positions. There is a standard procedure and rhythm to the massage, which Pisa will adjust to fit each individual client need. In Australia, a two hour massage may not suit most people due to their busy life style and therefore the massage technique is more tailored to suit the client’s busy schedule.

The basic technique for this form of massage spans a range of pressure that are best suited to the client’s preference. Thais prefer deep, forceful presses and strong stretches, however, all care is taken to work with the client at the level of pressure they prefer. Generally, the main objective is to relieve tension, tone the muscles, promote energy flow, and improve flexibility.

This massage can combine many different techniques into one all-encompassing system, drawing particularly on acupressure, reflexology, and assisted yoga postures.