WHAT TO EXPECT

Thai Massage is performed on a mat on the floor.  You may be asked to move from various positions (lying on your front, side, back or seated).  Pressure can be firm but should not be painful.  You may be moved into passive stretches similar to what you would see in a yoga studio.

WHAT TO WEAR

Massage is performed clothed.  Please wear comfortable clothing that allows freedom of movement.  T-shirts with pajama bottoms, Thai fisherman pants, yoga or athletic wear work best.

DOES IT HURT?

Communication is key in Thai Massage.  During your first sessions you may frequently be asked to give feedback on the pressure or intensity of sensation.  Everyone is different, so communicating your preferences is always welcome.  Nothing should cause pain.

BEFORE AND AFTER YOUR MASSAGE

It's best to avoid large meals for 2 hours prior to your massage.  It is recommended to hydrate well following your treatment.  Giving yourself some time to to slow down and relax following your massage can allow the changes in your body to establish more completely.

GET IN TOUCH!

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