What is Thai massage?

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Thai massage has been practised for over 2,500 years and combined both traditional Indian and Chinese practices. Thai massage centres around the natural energy lines in the body known as meridians and chakras. It was practised primarily by Buddhist monks who developed the practise further over the years, until it evolved into the therapy used at the present time. Thai massage was one of the main types of treatment for ailments in Thailand for may years. The people of Thailand believed that sickness was caused by an imbalance between the spirit and the body and, so, they would travel to their nearest Buddist temple to have Thai massage as a treatment.

Thai massage has many benefits for people of all ages, and can be used by the sick and the well alike. For several generations, Thai massage has been used to treat many degenerative disorders and diseases. It has also been used to promote a general sense of wellness and peace in the healthy. It is also known to be a good way of relieving pain and reducing anxiety.

Thai massage is also able to block pain signals in the brain, thus, reducing pain felt in injuries. It can help to release powerful endorphins which promote a sense of well being. It helps the blood flow more easily, which can help to prevent scar tissue forming.

If you are looking for Thai massage in London, we can help you. At London Serenity, we offer Thai massage in London, as well as a range of other excellent massage services.

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