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Traditional Thai (yoga) massage

The traditional Thai massage (TTM) is a massage technique known in Thailand under the Thai name Nuad Phaen Boran (Thai: นวด แผน โบาณาณ), which means "ancient healing touch". In the Western European area, she also calls herself a Thai yoga massage. The Thai massage consists of passive stretching positions and stretching movements taken from yoga, joint mobilizations and pressure point massages. Ten selected energies (Thai: สิบ เส้น - sip sen), which according to aryurvedic doctrine traverse the body as an energetic net, are worked over gentle stretching and with the rhythmic pressure of hand, thumb, knee, elbow and feet. The Thai massage takes place on a floor mat. Traditionally it takes about 2 ½ hours, including preliminary talks and rest periods.

According to traditional Asian doctrine

The basis for the Thai massage is the ayurvedic system of the 72000 energy lines (nadis), of which the Thai massage ten (sip sen - สิบ เส้น) are processed. These energies, on the Marmapoints (energy points, known as acupressure points in Japanese shiatsu), are supplied with prana (life energy) according to aryurvedic doctrine. Prana can be delivered to the body via breathing. In the stretching positions of the Thai massage, the muscles use oxygen and the human being is encouraged to breathe more deeply. Intensive pressure massages also cause increased breathing. A deep breath stimulates relaxation and regeneration (increased prana).

In the teaching of the Thaimassage the pressure on certain marmarks and energies corresponds with the relief, among other things. following physical ailments:

  • headache

  • nausea

  • constipation

  • diarrhea

  • tinnitus

  • sleep disorders

  • shock

  • to cough

  • knee pain

  • back pain


From a medical perspective

Stretching can relax the muscles.

Pressure point massages stimulate blood circulation.

Yogapositions influence the skeletal muscular system and affect the body.

Twists, flexures and extensions of the spine can be intensified by pull and have an effect on the physical mobility.

Positions in which the legs are raised promote blood circulation and lymph flow.

The rotation of the joints contributes to the production of synovial fluid and thus to physical suppleness.

In the deep relaxation, the parasympathetic nervous system is activated, so that the internal organs are increased blood circulation and the metabolism is stimulated.

Careful contact can cause physical well-being and lifting techniques can lead to a sense of security.

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