Thai Yoga Massage

A male Thai Yoga Massage Therapist performing a spinal twist on a female client.

The Lotus Palm Method of Thai Yoga Massage

Thai Yoga Massage is an ancient healing practice that has roots in Ayurveda medicine and the temple arts of Southeast Asia, including India, Thailand, and Tibet.  This dynamic style of bodywork, as learned from the late Kam Thye Chow, includes assisted yoga postures, deep rhythmic compression, and the thumbing and palming of your body's Sen (energy) lines.  This heart-centered, full-body massage infuses the recipient with Mettā, or compassionate loving-kindness, while releasing stress and tension from every major muscle group, and will leave your body feeling soft, relaxed, and energetically aware.

Table Thai Massage is a modified version of Thai Yoga Massage and is performed on a massage table.  This type of bodywork is recommended for those who require, or prefer, the ease and use of a traditional massage table while enjoying the benefits of this ancient healing practice.  Both types of massage are performed while remaining fully clothed, and do not include the use of oils, lotions, or creams.