Foot Reflexology Massage
The Thai foot massage has a vitalizing and at the same time relaxing effect. It employs different techniques on the feet and lower legs: Massage with the hands, stretching and acupressure, which stimulates the reflex zones. The treatment is a harmonious blend of shiatsu, reflexology and Chinese massage. The traditional Thai foot massage offered by us also makes use of the traditional massage stick and massages the palms, fingers, thumb and knuckles.
The origin of this wonderful massage dates back nearly 2000 years and goes back to China. In today’s Thailand, the foot massage is very common. During the treatment, among other things, the ‘Sen Lines’ are treated, which originate from Ayurveda and correspond to the meridians from traditional Chinese medicine. The Thai foot massage aims to open and stimulate these energy channels, creating a feeling of relaxation and overall well-being.
The Thai foot massage is a blessing for tired feet, improves the blood circulation and lymphatic system in the feet and lower legs and provides more mobility. Those who already have experience with reflexology will be surprised how different the treatments feel. Similar to a reflexology massage, you are relaxed but at the same time energetic and energetic.
Better blood circulation in the feet and legs
Strengthening the immune system
Support of natural healing processes
Effective stress reduction
Positive effect on sleep
- Better well-being
- Improved ability to concentrate and clear mind
- Inner peace and balance
Depending on the individual, the beneficial effects may be felt after a treatment, or may take several massage sessions.
For whom is it suitable?
The Thai foot massage is suitable for men, women and children of all ages. However, there are some health restrictions that discourage a massage. A clarifying conversation takes place before each massage, which allows a treatment adapted to the your needs. In case of serious illnesses and the use of medications, we always advise you to discuss a planned massage with your attending physician.