THAI FOOT MASSAGE or THAI REFLOXOLOGY is an ancient technique that has its roots in Buddhism, Traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic Medicine, Hatha Yoga and indigenous Thai medicine. Thai massage was in the hands of the monks who lived in the temples. This is where the Thai people went to heal their physical, mental or spiritual suffering. The techniques of Thai foot massage are based on the unblocking of energy points, by stimulating the Sen lines and points, accompanied by muscle stretching movements. The feet, together with the head and hands, are the places where there are the highest concentrations of nerves, which help to undo tensions and heal organs.
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WHAT A THAI FOOT MASSAGE SESSION IS LIKE:
Thai Foot Massage session begins with the cleansing of the feet. Afterwards, the different joints will be mobilised. Afterwards, various manoeuvres will be performed on the foot and its energy lines. Surface rubbing, friction, pressure, knuckle kneading, manual traction, stretching, passive mobilisation and percussion. With the stick, the energetic reflex points will be activated. And finally, we will stimulate the Sen lines of the feet and legs. The pressure will be adapted to the needs and tastes of the client. And we will use natural balms with various essential oils.
KEY WORDS: FOOT- STRENGTH – FULLNESS
The benefits of Thai foot massage are extensive and can be used as a preventive, curative, rehabilitative, relaxing or aesthetic treatment. It reduces inflammation and stiffness of the feet and legs. It also reduces discomfort in the joints and bones of the feet. Strengthens the immune system. It balances the body’s vital energy, reduces stress and calms the mind, as the foot has more than 7,000 nerve endings, in connection with the brain.