The Internal Side Seen from the Outside, through Thai Massage

Physical, emotional, environmental? Is it one or the other? The body: the external; the emotional: the internal; the environment we live in: the container. What causes what? What influences what? Do we feel, or do we suppress? Does stuff sneak out? Does something filter in? Legitimate questions that could link answers from psychotherapists, massage therapists, […]

The Other Side of Thai Massage

Traditional Thai massage is quite passive for the receiver, but very active for the giver, who by giving treatments, in time, will develop strength and flexibility. I believe it to be a real discipline of health, meaning, it requires good self-discipline to be sustainably performed. Practitioners need to use their body weight correctly, in the […]

Do you ever walk out of oil style massages feeling heavy, sluggish and just want to go to sleep?

Well, I can give you my personal point of view about it. I believe that, the fundamental way, most other styles of massage go about it, is not quite complete. Yes we may have an injury, a sore muscle, a specific alignment in an area that needs absolute work and release. That is what remedial […]