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Sharyn
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January 7, 2014 - 3:03 am
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Hello.  Does anyone have any suggestions on good flowing music to use for Thai massage?

 

Thanks.

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I couldn't say that I have any specific favorites, but over the years I have accumulated a big selection of pleasant music which is suitable for massage. Music for Thai Massage is not different from music for any other kind of massage, unless you want to use some actual eastern or Thai music to set a bit of an eastern or exotic mood.

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Sharyn

 

If you have access to Pandora, there are some great stations to use for Thai sessions. I use one called Zensual. Another one of my favorites is Liquid Mind. It costs about $4 a month to have access without commercials but beats anything I have heard in spas. You can access it for free if occasional commercials don't bother you. You can write the cost off as a business expense if you are state side. There's a lot of other great music on there also. Spotify also has some good stuff.  

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Good tips Mark, I didn't know about those myself.

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Melissa Kok
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Hi Sharyn,

I never use music as most of the time I give massages outdoors but that made me think of you can use nature sounds as the waves hitting the beach, birds and rain etc. if you like. 🙂

Cheers,

Melissa

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