1501 Elmwood Abilene TX 79605
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(325) 721-5426 or
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Thai massage is a natural healing art, also called lazy man's yoga incorporates stretching , acupressure and reflexology. The method of massage was developed in Thailand, and influenced by the traditional ayurvedic medicine systems of India, China, and Southeast Asia, as well as by yoga.
It is usually done in loose, comfortable clothing and uses pillows to support the client during the massage session.
The founder of Thai yoga and medicine is said to have been Shivago Komarpaj [Jīvaka Komarabhācca], who is said in the Pāli Buddhist Canon to have been the Buddha's physician over 2500 years ago. In fact, the history of Thai yoga is more complex than this legend of a single founder would suggest. Thai yoga, like Traditional Thai Medicine more generally, is a combination of influences from Indian, Chinese, Southeast Asian cultural spheres and traditions of medicine. The art as it is practiced today is likely to be the product of a 19th century synthesis of various healing traditions from all over the kingdom. Even today, there is considerable variation from region to region across Thailand, and no single routine or theoretical framework that is universally accepted among healers.
"Nuat boran" is the Thai name for a type of body work native to Thailand (nuat = pressure, boran = ancient). Thai Yoga is also known as northern-style Thai massage, Buntautuk style, Old Medicine Hospital Style, traditional Thai massage, Traditional Thai Medical Massage, Ancient Massage, Thai Yoga Massage, Yoga Massage, Thai Classical Massage, Thai Bodywork, Passive Yoga, Assisted Yoga, and Ancient Siamese Bodywork.
We hope you will find our studio Relaxing and serene.We facilitate communication customized to our clients needs in a private room. Target specific problem areas with multiple technichues . The techniques come from traditional Indian as well as Chinese medicine passed down thousands of years. These systems stimulate the meridian system and are know to improve the inner qi. We also use western styles focused on the system of the humors.
Relieve pain, high blood pressure, increase blood circulation, relieve tension, loosen knots to improve flexibility, address and treat chronic pain as well as decrease pain and inflammation.