Massage feet

Massage feet, you’ll be healthier Headaches, upper respiratory tract infections, insomnia – elimination of such ailments is promised by reflexology Reflexology is a therapeutic foot massage. There are points and areas associated with individual organs. If one is ailing, it is simply enough to respectively oppress certain places on the soles, back or edge of Continue reading »

Deep pressure, stretching

Deep pressure, stretching The body-nourishing Shan ritual begins with the ritual washing of the feet. Then a traditional Shan massage is performed, which combines the influences of Tibetan medicine, Ayurveda and Yunami-Tibb – Persian medicine. Technique includes deep pressure, stretching of the muscles and joints. Massage is performed with use of a blend of coconut Continue reading »

Relaxing the mind

Relaxing the mind and calming Relaxing. The areas of today’s northern Thailand were inhabited for centuries by the people originating from southern China, India, Burma and Laos. Each of these cultures has carried with it a rich medical tradition, such as Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine or folk methods of healing the body and spirit. The Continue reading »

Ayurvedic Massage

Ayurvedic Massage Ayurvedic massage traditional massage technique naive to the Indian subcontinent. The principles of the technique originate from Ayurveda, ancient Indian system. According to its teachings all forms of life are composed of three elements: vata, pitta and kapha, which correspond to our elements: water, fire and earth. Dosha is an element unique to Continue reading »

Classic Massage

Classic Massage Classic massage treatment is the most popular type of massage. Depending on its form, it can be healing, relaxing, or rejuvenating. Different types of treatment, which aim in improving general well-being of the patient, can be classified as classic massage. They are applied in preventing or treating orthopedic, neurologic, pediatric and gynecological problems. Continue reading »

Relaxing Massage

Relaxing Massage Contemporary lifestyle, work, stress is just some of the factors that contribute to malaise. A high level of stress lead to enhanced muscular tension, long working in a similar position, in turn, promotes overloading of the muscles and spine. Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience. Man in pain becomes less efficient Continue reading »