Thai Massage

Thai Massage in Seabrook, Kemah

45-minutes of for $65.
60-minutes for $79.
75-minutes for $99.
90-minutes for $120.

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Add 30-minute Foot massage for $45.
Add 30-minute Head massage for $45.

“Fantastic! The masseuses Dao and Amy were gracious hosts that offered us Thai iced tea to start. They clearly have expertise in Thai massage and other Asian techniques. At the end of our 30min foot massages, they provide a brief neck, back and arm massage and proceeded to crack our backs! Felt truly relaxed. Will definitely be back.”– Justin W.

 

Call (346) 208-4519 to schedule your massage!
24-hour cancellation notice required for all appointments.

 

History of Thai Massage

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Traditional Thai massage is an ancient form of bodywork that emphasizes Hatha Yoga, acupressure and reflexology. The origin of Thai massage is dated to 500 b.c. with the first practice founded by Shivaga Komarpaj, a doctor, friend and contemporary to the Buddha. Ancient medical texts were carved in stone to preserve the tradition of Thai massage. The stone inscriptions reside today at the Wat Pho temple in Bangkok, Thailand. In Thailand, usual physical work from agriculture is demanding on the muscles, so Thai massage is taught to children at a young age learning massage skills from their parents. The tradition of Thai massage has been passed down orally and has produced unique styles in each area of Thailand. Techniques were then developed from many regions where people gathered in ancient style conventions to exchange massage techniques. The eventual evolution of Thai massage had resulting influences from China, India, Burma and Tibet.

 

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The Thai Massage

Thai Massage is a blend of different styles passed down through generations of cultural tradition. Thai massage uses point pressure, muscle stretching and compression in rhythmic movement of gentle rocking.
Thai massage uses the therapists hands, feet,forearms, knees, and elbows. The Northern stle Thai massage is not painful, and applied on a mat on the floor. The massage is fully clothed with no oil. The Thai medical massage moves deeper into the mechanical functions of the body, stretching out muscle tension and joint mobility, soothing nerves and providing muscle and ligament balance.

Benefits of Thai Massage

Relaxation, awareness, energy flow, nervous system, pain relief, process toxins, relieve muscle tension, blood circulation, and flexibility.