Thai massage

Stress-relieving, tension-relieving, magical.

The magic of traditional Thai massage.

The traditional Thai massage in Thailand is called Nuad Phaen Boran, which means “ancient healing touch”. It consists of passive yoga exercises such as stretching positions, stretching movements, joint mobilization and pressure point massages. Ten energy lines, which according to Ayurvedic teachings draw through the body as an energetic net, are worked through gentle stretching and with the rhythmic pressure of the ball of the hand, thumb, knee, elbow and feet.

A Thai massage relaxes, moves, expands and balances energies. It is a short holiday for body and mind, stimulates the energy flow in the body according to Ayurvedic tradition, balances it and releases blockades in the body. An indescribable, almost magical deep relaxation begins. A traditional application lasts from 2½ to max. 3 hours. In order to do justice to the holistic approach of Thai massage, I recommend that you take at least 2 hours.

There is not always time for a traditional application. In these cases a partial body massage can also offer special relaxation. Without losing sight of the holistic aspect, I work on tense and blocked regions of the body during back, shoulder, neck and foot massages. Face and head massages are also pleasant and popular. I offer partial body massages from 30 to 90 minutes. The more time you take for a massage, the more intensive is the beneficial effect.

Would you rather have another massage?

Craniosacral Massage

The craniosacral massage is a gentle manual form of body work to release blockages and strengthen the self-regulation of the body and the immune system.

Chi Nei Tsang - Belly Massage

Chi Nei Tsang is a Taoist abdominal massage for strengthening, energy enrichment and physical, emotional and energetic detoxification of the organism.