What are reasons for getting a Thai Massage?
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.
One good reason is 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 a good Thai Massage session, this meditative or ‘zoning out’ effect happens naturally.
How can you experience a blissful Thai Massage session?
Getting to this wonderfully relaxed state is only possible if there is a good flow and continuity in the massage techniques, and if the therapist does not do anything extreme or painful or insensitive.
As both a Thai Massage practitioner and recipient of hundreds of Thai Massage sessions, 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.
There are some simple and effective strategies for creating a superior Thai Massage experience. Once you learn them, you will be able to improve your practice of Thai Massage or any other massage style significantly.
Often it is those simple tweaks that can make a major difference in a Thai Massage session. This “Tips And Tricks” video series highlights some of them for you. Today’s episode covers ‘maintaining body contact’.
If you would like to watch other episodes of the Thai Massage tips and tricks series, you can find them here:
Thai Massage Tips And Tricks Video Series