THAI MASSAGE RITUAL
Upon your arrival you will be welcomed in the stunning Spa where the music and scents of the essences will transport you far away with your imagination. The Experience will begin with the Thai Massage Ritual, performed through techniques and maneuvers inspired by Yoga. Organic essential oils and deep manipulations will give your body unique benefits. After the deep and relaxing massage, you will be ready for the emotional shower. Taste the herbal infusions and iced teas on the chaise longue and immerse yourself in the large 4-seater Jacuzzi with chromotherapy. Immerse your senses in the Finnish Sauna with Aromatherapy and finally enjoy a refreshing swim in the pool with solarium and sea view.
THAI MASSAGE RITUAL
The Thai Massage, recalls the purest art of massage itself. In fact, it works in a personalized way, with deep and heartfelt stretching maneuvers, focused on loosening the muscles and making them more elastic. In the ancient Buddhist tradition, these techniques were used at a therapeutic level to rebalance the body at an energetic level. Our operators, specialized in the knowledge of the oldest skills learned in Thailand, will transport you into a dimension of well-being between mind, body and spirit.
Between history and legend, the traditional Thai massage Nuad Bo Rarn has its roots in ancient times, in the Far East. Legend has it that the initiator of the Thai massage is the Buddha's doctor friend and travel companion, Jivaka Kumar Bhacca, in Thailand known as Shivago Komarpaj. From contact with the different medical traditions of the people he met during his pilgrimages, Bhacca deepened his knowledge of Ayurvedic medicine, already in use in India for several centuries, and traditional Chinese medicine. With the knowledge acquired on herbs, minerals and medical disciplines, he developed the therapeutic technique on which traditional Thai medicine and massage are based.
Thai massage is characterized by the execution of different types of manipulations, including pressure, stretching and stretching, which are associated with yoga techniques, so-called passive. As with many other types of oriental massage, the Thai massage also aims to benefit the whole person, not only physically but also mentally. In Thailand, Thai massage is usually considered part of traditional Thai medicine. Since massage implements specific maneuvers of muscle relaxation, we would like to point out to our kind Guests that it is not suitable for everyone: like any holistic treatment, we exclude people who do not reflect a current state of completely healthy health.