Thai Face Massage

Clients receive the Thai Face Massage  while lying on the Massage couch and remain full clothed. In the cooler months there is a heated couch and blankets so you will feel cocooned and looked after. Once you are nicely settled your Massage will begin with some shoulder and neck stretches then leading onto the face. The treatment can be adapted to include the use of Massage cream / oil and includes smooth strokes, tapping and thumb pressure point wot to ease into the facial muscles, loosen areas of tension and release any blocked “Sen” or energy.

There are two time options the standard Thai Face Massage can be a short 30 minute Massage or,  taken as apart of a Thai hour combo – you can choose either a Thai Hand Massage or Thai Foot Massage to make an hour Thai Massage session.

Thai Face Massage, Calm Works @ The Loft, York

Thai Face Massage, Calm Works @ The Loft, York

By focusing solely on the face, the whole body including internal organs can be “touched”. Thai Face Massage is not as prescriptive as Reflexology and is a more general treatment to encourage relaxation.

There is the space for quiet inner reflection as the Massage takes place either in silence or with gentle music ; it may feel like a “meditation in motion”. 

Thai Massage is about bringing the body and mind into a state of harmony and ease. Clients notice different things maybe it’s an increase in flexibility/ mobility, perhaps they feel lighter as the blood and lymph flow have been stimulated, maybe pain may have been released or they may feel heavier, more connected to the ground.  It has the power to soothe, restore, create harmony and transform!  Contact Joe if you have any questions or to book in.

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Contra- indications for Thai Massage 

It is generally suitable for everyone, including the very young and the very elderly. However, it should be avoided if you have osteoporosis or very brittle bones; spinal fusions or artificial joints; phlebitis, haemophilia or lymphatic cancer. If you have high blood pressure or heart problems, you may need to consult with your GP / consultant and obtain a referral form from them before booking in a Thai Massage. 

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