Thai Massage

Traditional Thai massage is an ancient healing art practised for thousands of years, it combines acupressure, Indian Ayurvedic principles, and yoga postures. The founding father of Thai massage was an Ayurvedic doctor named Jivaka Kumar Bhacca, who is revered still in Thailand as the "father of medicine".

Rates for Thai massage are $75.- per hour, or $110.- for 1.5 hour.

Thai massage
Traditional Thai Massage

In Thai Massage no oil is used, the receiver is dressed in loose fitting clothing and rhytmic pressure is applied with hands, elbows, knees and feet.

Traditional Thai Massage
Powerful Techniques

Thai Massage goes deeper than other forms of massage, the masseuse will use her own body weight for efficient application of powerful pressure.

Powerful stretches in Thai massage
Stretching

In contrast to massage styles where only pressure is applied, Thai massage also involves stretching of many muscles.

Yoga stretches in Thai massage
Yoga For The Lazy

Thai Massage is sometimes jokingly called "yoga for the lazy", referring to the many yoga like positions and stretches that the receiver is put through.

Walking on your back for extra powerful Thai massage
On Request Only

For those who like a strong massage, a Thai masseuse can walk on your back and apply strong pressure to the places where you need it most..

Massage in the Daintree rain forest
Traditional Thai Massage

In Thai Massage the receiver no oil is used, the receiver is dressed in loose fitting clothing and rhytmic pressure is applied with hands, elbows, knees and feet.