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Frequently Asked Questions
A Thai massage is focused on improving the flow of energy throughout your body. Your Thai massage therapist will perform the treatment on a massage table using their hands, arms, elbows or knees to help manipulate the body into different positions. This will stretch and loosen tightened muscles, release tension and relieve joint pain.
A Thai massage shouldn’t cause any pain or discomfort. If you feel uncomfortable at any stage during the treatment let your massage therapist know and they will be able to adjust their technique or pressure to suit your preferences.
If you’re looking for a treatment to help relieve headaches, joint stiffness and back pain then a Thai massage might be the treatment for you. After a Thai massage, you can expect to feel more energised and have increased flexibility and range of motion.
A Thai massage through Blys starts from $119 for a 60 minute treatment.
In a full body Thai massage, the therapist will initially consult you about the massage procedure. Then, the therapist will take you through various yoga positions, stretching and rocking techniques. It may take a minute to get used to Thai massage.
A Thai massage in Melbourne starts at $119 for 60 minutes, and the cost goes up based on the duration.
Unlike a regular massage which involves techniques such as kneading and flowing strokes, a Thai massage is a full body massage that uses stretching, pulling and rocking techniques to manouver the body into yoga-like positions loosening and relieving tight muscles.
Traditionally Thai massages are fully clothed, however if you’re getting a full body massage with oil, your Thai massage therapist will give you a moment of privacy before the treatment starts to get dressed down to your underwear and hop onto the massage table underneath the towels. If you’d prefer to keep loose clothing on just let your massage therapist know and they will be able to accommodate you.
Yes, your head, back, gluteal muscles, legs, arms and shoulders are treated during a Thai massage.
This depends on your preference and what you’re wanting to get out of your treatment. A deep tissue massage is often requested if you’re looking to reduce pain, using firm pressure to target areas of concern and release toxins in the body to promote muscle recovery. A Thai massage, while similar to a deep tissue because of its firm pressure requires more active participation and draws on ancient healing practices to stretch and relieve the muscles.
Because your body will be moved and stretched it’s best not to have a full meal right before your Thai massage. Eat a couple of hours before the treatment to allow your body to digest the food properly and if you do need to eat beforehand it’s best to have a light snack that will be digested easily.