Health Spot Entrance

Address: 3rd Floor, Gold Big CInemas, Gold Ad Lab, Mariplex Mall, Kalyani Nagar, Pune 411014

Tel. +91-997-074-8524, +91-942-047-9654

60 Minutes Therapies

Traditional Thai Foot Reflexolgy INR 2000

Traditional Thai Physical Therapy INR 1900

Traditional Thai Oil Therapy INR 2100

Traditional Thai Cream Therapy  INR 2300

Traditional Thai Aroma Therapy INR 2500

90 Minutes Therapy Traditional Thai Body Scrub               INR 3500

  Traditional Thai Cream Therapy and Aroma Therapy are same as Oil Therapy except for different ingredients

Looking back at the tradition of Thai massage it is very clear that it was never seen as a mere job. Massage was always considered to be a spiritual practice closely connected with the teachings of the Buddha. Until fairly recently it was the Buddhist temple, where massage was taught and practiced. Even today one of the most important massage schools in Thailand is at the Wat Po monastery in Bangkok. The establishment of legitimate massage facilities outside of the temples is a recent development.  The giving of massage was understood to be a physical application of Metta, the Pali (and Thai) word used in Theravada Buddhism to denote 'loving kindness' - and devoted masseurs still work in such a spirit today. A truly good masseur performs his art in a meditative mood. He starts with a Puja, a meditative prayer, to fully center himself on the work, on the healing he is about to perform. And he works with full awareness, mindfulness and concentration. There is a world of a difference between a massage performed in a meditative mood and a massage just done as a job. Only a masseur working in a meditative mood can develop an intuition for the energy flow in the body and for the Prana lines. Increasingly also people in Thailand seem to realize that for certain ailments like asthma, constipation or frozen shoulders and to help recovery after a heart attack or to regain mobility of the limbs after a stroke – to mention only a few – Thai massage treatment is far superior to conventional medicine and therapy.  So within one decade Thai massage has regained the credibility it rightly deserves and not only has Thai massage survived but is more established than ever.

The theoretical foundation of Thai massage is based on the concept of invisible energy lines running through the body. The Indian origin and influence is obvious here since the background of this theory clearly lies in Yoga philosophy. Yoga philosophy states that 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. Out of these energy lines Thai massage has selected 10 mainlines on which there are especially important acupressure points. Massaging these lines and points makes it possible to treat a whole range of diseases or to relieve pain. The 10 mainlines are sufficient to conduct practical treatment for the whole body and its internal organs. Disturbances in the flow of energy result in an insufficient supply of Prana, which will in turn lead to sickness. Working on the energy lines with massage can break the blockades, stimulate the free flow of Prana, and help to restore general well-being.