Situated in the heart of Paraparaumu, my studio is nestled in a secluded garden which you will find a welcome sanctuary to the daily stress and noise in your life.
Relax and unwind in the tranquillity and peace and allow yourself to be spoiled and pampered…you know you deserve it 🙂
So what’s different about Thai Massage?
Massage is an ancient and safe natural healing method, which has been practised for many hundreds of years. Thai Massage is a combination of aromatic oil massage and stretching, involving pressure point manipulation. As everybody has different preferences of massage pressure levels, and you are welcome to request a really deep tissue or firm, medium, light, or fairly light massage.
Who can benefit from Thai Massage Kapiti For Ladies?
Professional women suffering from stress, pregnant women, female athletes, women involved in strenuous physical work, women recovering from illness, or if you want to experience the amazing benefits of the very deep relaxation that is being achieved by this massage treatment.
I am pregnant, can I still enjoy a massage with you?
Yes, of course. I specialise in treating pregnant women, taking good care of you whilst concentrating on soothing your back pain, relaxing your neck and shoulders muscles and relieving any tension that has built up.
How exactly does this work?
This is achieved by including all major muscle groups. The main benefit of this approach is the natural release of “endorphins”, that help put the body in a state of deep relaxation and aid in the self-healing of the body. Scientific research has shown that massage releases endorphins which are the body’s own natural painkillers.
What can I expect from a Thai Massage Kapiti For Ladies?
The immediate benefits of Traditional Thai Massage are the ability to concentrate better and have increased energy. The relaxation of the body spills over into a deep relaxation of the mind, which aids to achieve the balance between, mind, body and spirit.
How can Thai Massage help with relaxation of the mind and spirit?
The philosophical foundation of Thai massage is based on the concept of energy lines running through the body. Life energy (called Prana) is absorbed with the air we breathe and with the food we eat. Along a network of energy lines, the Prana Nadis, the human being is then supplied with this vital energy.
Disturbances in the flow of energy result in an insufficient supply of Prana, which will in turn lead to sickness. Massaging these lines and points makes it possible to relieve pain. Working on the energy lines with massage can break the blocks, stimulate the free flow of Prana, and help to restore general well-being.
Traditional Thai Massage will normally involve most major muscle groups each time, but women can request special care be taken with particular trouble spots or areas of pain to be manipulated. I encourage you to be actively involved in the process and your feedback is a valuable part of each session.