Integrative Thai Massage

Thai massage uses ancient Thai massage techniques to leave you feeling free and relaxed. Mixed modalities will be used in our sessions, including Thai traditional massage, Thai Trigger Point, Tok Sen, Guasa and Karen Hill Deep Tissue based on the assessment of your physical condition. The result of a full-body Thai bodywork is often a powerful mind/body healing experience, bringing both the recipient and the practitioner to heightened states of physical and spiritual well-being.


The practitioner moves the receiver through various positions.  Every movement is designed to support the receiver as well as the practitioner.  Some positions include: seated, lying on your back, side lying and prone (face down).  Each session is given in silence to allow the practitioner to understand the receiver’s body and give her/him a chance to focus and meditate.  At the end of a session, the receiver will feel relaxed and energized.


Chi Nei Tsang


Coming originally from old Taoist Monastic tradition, Chi Nei Tsang practice manually induces the body healing from the abdomen. The Taoist observed that we often develop energy blockages in our organs that result in knots and tangles in our abdomens. These obstructions, caused by overwork, stress, accidents, surgery, drugs, toxins, poor food and bad posture, occur at the center of the body and constrict the flow of Chi (energy), our life-force, resulting in negative emotions: fear, anger, anxiety, depression, and worry.  This treatment helps strengthen and detoxify the body, by manually stimulating all the metabolic functions.  It improves the digestive system, absorption of nutrients, elimination of toxins, breathing, digestive and lymphatic systems, blood circulation and hormonal balance.  There are a few different styles of Chi Nei Tsang practice.  We learned Chi Nei Tsang from Master Ohm Rinraya who follows the style of A.Bunjong Pun (Khun Ni.)