2 hour Thai Herbal Ball Massage and Aromatherapy Oil Massage. Starts with a Thai Herbal Ball followed by Aromatherapy Oil Massage.
The classic traditional Thai massage offers an authentic Thai experience to revive muscles and stretching techniques to improve flexibility of your joints and reawakens the body’s energy flow. Herbal compress combines the power of heat and aromatic herbs, which adds an extra mile to the traditional Thai massage technique. In addition to improving flexibility and energy flow, herbal compress helps relieves pain, bruises and sprains to your muscles and tendons. Take your day to perfection with shoulder heat pack , tea and traditional Thai Sweet. What you will experiences; 1. Skilled therapist 2. Cleanliness environment 3. Professional service
A warm bag of steamed Thai herb make day by day. This type of therapy offers many potential health benefits. The herbal ball is rolled, pressed, and circled directly on the skin. Thai herbal compress induces deep relaxation, relieves sprains, bruises and sore muscles, boosts both emotional and physical well-being and improves circulation of blood and lymph.
Experience the healing power of a 60-minute Thai herbal ball massage at Chiang Mai's award-winning Fah Lanna day spa. Thai herbal heat therapy uses a selection of herbs wrapped in a natural cotton pouch called 'lok pra kop,' which is then pressed over the body to invigorate the muscles and mind, giving your energy levels a boost.
This is a 2 hour super relaxing body massage treatment, which combines many elements of Thai traditional medicine. It combines the wisdom of traditional Thai massage, techniques from Thai oil massage and reflexology, along with the use of Thai Herbal Compresses. These compresses are filled with many different natural herbs, each of them with their own unique properties (camphor, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, turmeric, tamarind). During this treatment, two compresses are steamed and simultaneously applied to selected parts of the body, by using specialized and distinctive movements.Massage on the Head & abdominal area is normally included unless agreed otherwise.In Greece, just like most of the rest of the world, massage therapists are not medical professionals. Therefore we cannot treat health conditions, nor are we allowed by law or even qualified to promise (or perform) any kind of “healing".