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What’s a Thai Massage?
Just like with every massage, Thai massage has a long history behind it, almost of 2,500 years. It’s said that Buda’s doctor created to keep Buda and his disciples young. Thai massagers use their whole body to fix yours. This type of massage is great for keeping yourself active. After you do it you’ll want to run the Boston marathon. If you don’t enjoy the idea of getting naked before a stranger, Thai massage is for you. You must be completely dress to get a Thai massage.
A Thai massage will usually go like this. The therapist will ask you to lie over a futon. First, the therapist will put his or her complete body over your legs. The massager will stretch your body in various positions. You won’t have to do any type of movement by yourself; Thai massage is usually called lazy man’s yoga for that same reason. Thai massages usually work with compression; the therapist will apply rhythms movements with the hands or the fingers. These movements are applied in sequences, and the client can be face up, face down, on their side, and even seated. The benefits of Thai massage because it works on all your body. This massage works for people with chronic pain, and scapulocostal syndrome. Additionally, it works for relieving headaches and helps to relieve stress.
Thai massagers need special training before doing it. Some people even travel to Thailand to receive training. In Thailand, you can receive training almost anywhere. Training costs around $275. Moreover, you can get a test of Thai massage for only $8.
There aren’t many restrictions on people who should get Thai massages. Some say it’s not recommended for people with cancer since the postures might be uncomfortable. Furthermore, it’s not recommended for pregnant women and people with a dislocated disk.
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