There are many reasons for getting a Thai Massage. Some people just want to relax, some people have a specific problem which needs attention, others use it as a maintenance program for good health, and some people like to improve their flexibility.
Personally, I like to just zone out and go into this trance-like state that is much easier to come by in a good massage session than with any meditation technique in my experience.
Therefore it is very important to me that there is a good flow and continuity in the massage techniques, and that the therapist does not do anything extreme or painful or jerky.
I have a real radar for insensitivity or lack of attention on the part of the Thai Massage therapist. I can feel if the therapist is able to connect with me and my needs or is just performing a routine sequence of techniques.
Over time I have developed quite a few very simple tips that seem so easy that you wonder why anyone has to learn them.
And yet, I have seen that often it is those simple tweaks that can make a major difference in a Thai Massage. In this “Tips And Tricks” video series I am sharing some of them with you. Today’s episode covers ‘maintaining body contact’.
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