Thai Oil Massage

Traditional Thai Massage (Non Oil)

  • 1 Hour - £62
  • 1.5 Hour - £86
  • 2 Hours - £110

What is Traditional Thai Massage?

Traditional Thai Massage is an ancient healing practice that combines acupressure, Indian Ayurvedic principles, and assisted yoga postures. Unlike many Western forms of massage that primarily involve rubbing the muscles, Thai massage focuses on improving the flow of energy throughout the body.

How Does Traditional Thai Massage Work?

During a Thai massage session, the therapist guides the client through a series of yoga-like stretches and applies deep static and rhythmic pressures. The therapist uses their hands, thumbs, elbows, knees, and feet to apply pressure along the body's energy lines and pressure points. This type of massage is usually performed on a mat on the floor, and the client remains fully clothed in loose, comfortable attire.

Benefits of Traditional Thai Massage

  1. Increased Flexibility: The stretching techniques used in Thai massage help to improve the range of motion and flexibility of the muscles and joints.

  2. Enhanced Energy Flow: By working on the body's energy lines (Sen lines), Thai massage helps to unblock energy pathways, which can enhance overall vitality and reduce feelings of fatigue.

  3. Stress Relief: The combination of gentle stretching, pressure, and rhythmic massage can deeply relax the body and mind, significantly reducing stress levels.

  4. Improved Circulation: The massage techniques stimulate blood flow, which can improve oxygen and nutrient delivery to the cells, promoting healing and overall health.

  5. Pain Relief: Thai massage can help alleviate chronic pain and muscle tension, making it particularly beneficial for individuals suffering from conditions like back pain, headaches, and joint stiffness.

  6. Mind-Body Connection: The meditative nature of the massage promotes a strong mind-body connection, enhancing mental clarity and emotional balance.

What is Traditional Thai Massage Good For?

  • Chronic Pain Management: The deep tissue techniques and stretching can help relieve chronic pain conditions, including back pain, neck pain, and headaches.

  • Increased Mobility: The assisted stretches improve flexibility and joint mobility, making it an excellent choice for athletes and individuals looking to enhance their physical performance.

  • Stress and Anxiety Reduction: The holistic approach to massage, combining physical and energetic aspects, helps to reduce stress and anxiety, promoting a sense of calm and well-being.

  • Improved Posture: Regular Thai massage sessions can help correct postural imbalances caused by prolonged sitting or poor ergonomics.

  • Boosted Immune System: The improved circulation and reduced stress levels associated with Thai massage can help strengthen the immune system.

  • Enhanced Athletic Performance: The massage helps in muscle recovery and injury prevention, making it beneficial for athletes and physically active individuals.

Key Benefits:

  1. Physical Benefits:

    • Improved circulation and blood flow.
    • Relief from muscle tension and pain.
    • Enhanced flexibility and joint mobility.
    • Better skin health through the moisturizing effects of essential oils.
  2. Mental and Emotional Benefits:

    • Reduction in stress and anxiety levels.
    • Promotion of mental clarity and focus.
    • Enhanced emotional balance and a sense of inner peace.
  3. Overall Well-being:

    • Detoxification through stimulation of the lymphatic system.
    • Improved sleep patterns and quality.
    • General enhancement of health and vitality.

Who Should Avoid Traditional Thai Massage?

While Thai Oil Massage offers numerous benefits, it may not be suitable for everyone. Certain individuals should avoid this type of massage or seek medical advice before undergoing treatment. Here are the key groups who should avoid Thai Oil Massage:

Pregnant Women (Early Pregnancy):

  • First Trimester: Massage is generally not recommended during the first trimester due to the risk of miscarriage.
  • High-risk Pregnancies: Women with high-risk pregnancies should avoid massage or seek specialized prenatal massage.

2. Individuals with Certain Medical Conditions:

  • Cardiovascular Problems: Those with severe heart conditions, uncontrolled high blood pressure, or other cardiovascular issues should avoid massage without medical clearance.
  • Skin Conditions: Avoid massage if you have open wounds, rashes, severe eczema, or infections.
  • Cancer Patients: Individuals undergoing cancer treatment should consult their oncologist before massage, as certain techniques may not be suitable.

3. Recent Surgeries or Injuries:

  • Post-Surgery: Those who have recently undergone surgery should avoid massage until fully healed and cleared by their surgeon.
  • Acute Injuries: Avoid massage on areas with recent fractures, severe bruises, or acute inflammation.

4. Blood Disorders:

  • Blood Clotting Issues: Individuals with conditions like deep vein thrombosis (DVT) or hemophilia should avoid massage due to the risk of dislodging clots or causing bleeding.
  • Varicose Veins: Avoid deep pressure on areas with varicose veins, as it can exacerbate the condition.

5. Fever or Infectious Diseases:

  • Fever: If you have a fever or are experiencing symptoms of an infectious disease, it’s best to avoid massage until fully recovered.
  • Contagious Illnesses: To prevent spreading infection, avoid massage if you have a contagious illness like the flu or a cold.

6. Severe Osteoporosis:

  • Individuals with severe osteoporosis should avoid massage due to the increased risk of bone fractures.

7. Allergic Reactions:

  • Essential Oils: Those with allergies to certain essential oils should inform their therapist and avoid those specific oils. A patch test can be conducted to ensure there is no reaction.

8. Chronic Conditions Without Medical Clearance:

  • Individuals with chronic medical conditions should seek medical advice before undergoing Thai Oil Massage to ensure it is safe for their specific situation.


While Thai Oil Massage is beneficial for many, certain individuals should exercise caution or avoid it altogether due to potential health risks. If you fall into any of the categories mentioned, it’s crucial to consult with a healthcare provider before receiving a massage. This ensures that the therapy is safe and appropriate for your individual health circumstances.


Respect the Therapist’s Boundaries

Remember that the therapist is a professional. Any inappropriate behaviour will not be tolerated, and the session may be terminated if boundaries are crossed.

By choosing from our range of specialized massage services, you can find the perfect treatment to meet your needs and enhance your well-being. Book your appointment today and experience the benefits of our expertly crafted massage therapies.

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