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Top 10 Thai Massage venues

Here is our pick for the top venues offering Thai Massage from around Australia.

  1. Kinnari’s Thai MassageKinnari’s Thai Massage

    Kinnari’s Thai Massage

    652 High Street, Kew 3101
    Rating:
    (18)
    Kinnari’s Thai Massage practices the oldest and most traditional style of Thai massage. Feel wonderfully energised with a hot stone and deep tissue massage.
  2. Elwood Thai MassageElwood Thai Massage

    Elwood Thai Massage

    77 Glen Huntly Road, Elwood 3184
    Rating:
    (55)
    Escape your stresses, aches and pains with Elwood Thai Massage. Their fully trained therapists specialise in traditional northern Thai techniques.
  3. Buppha Thai MassageBuppha Thai Massage

    Buppha Thai Massage

    105 Douglas Parade, Williamstown 3016
    Rating:
    (70)
    Buppha Thai Massage offers affordable authentic Thai massage, incorporating the use of hands, legs and knees to treat sore muscles to aid relaxation.
  4. Nana Thai Massage and BeautyNana Thai Massage and Beauty

    Nana Thai Massage and Beauty

    146 Harcourt Street, New Farm 4005
    Rating:
    (12)
    Nana Thai Massage and Beauty offers an impressive range of massage therapies. Choose from invigorating traditional Thai, to indulgent pregnancy massage.
  5. Ton Tum Rub Thai Massage and SpaTon Tum Rub Thai Massage and Spa

    Ton Tum Rub Thai Massage and Spa

    201 Victoria St, Potts Point NSW 2011, Australia, Potts Point 2011
    Rating:
    (10)
    Tired, or stressed? Head to Ton Tum Rub Thai Massage and Spa. Try a Traditional Thai Massage, Aromatherapy, Hot Stone or Signature Deep Tissue Massage.
  6. SansiriSansiri

    Sansiri

    83 Bay Street, Port Melbourne 3207
    Rating:
    (68)
    Sansiri is a high quality Thai massage and day spa facility in the heart of Port Melbourne offering premium massage and facial treatments by highly qualified therapists.
  7. Rin's Traditional Thai MassageRin's Traditional Thai Massage

    Rin's Traditional Thai Massage

    13 Parkside Crescent, Mornington 3931
    Rating:
    (23)
    Escape to a Thai inspired haven with Rin's Traditional Thai Massage. Relieve stress and tension with Sciatica or Thai and Oil combination massage.
  8. Paradai Thai Massage - BrightonParadai Thai Massage - Brighton

    Paradai Thai Massage - Brighton

    154 Church St, Brighton 3186
    Rating:
    (84)
    Paradai Thai Massage specialises in traditional Thai techniques, offering deep tissue, stone massage therapy and more to comfort and nurture your needs.
  9. Royal Lotus Thai MassageRoyal Lotus Thai Massage

    Royal Lotus Thai Massage

    261 Glenferrie Road, Malvern 3144
    Rating:
    (15)
    Escape from our busy world with Royal Lotus Thai Massage. Enjoy some 'you' time with a traditional Thai massage, relaxing warm oil, or pregnancy massage.
  10. Pukkai Thai MassagePukkai Thai Massage

    Pukkai Thai Massage

    7/180 Toorak Road, South Yarra 3141
    Rating:
    (7)
    “Pukkai” is a term used to describe the resting of the body. Pukkai Thai Massage invites you to indulge in a traditional Thai, warm oil, or deep tissue massage.

Thai Massage

Although we all refer to a massage as, well, a massage, that's not strictly true. There are many different types of massage available, from a gentle relaxation massage to a therapeutic deep tissue massage.

One of our favourites is Thai Massage - sometimes referred to as Thai Yoga Massage. Thai massage goes back a long way; it's a very ancient healing treatment that incorporates massage, acupressure, Indian Ayurvedic principles and even yoga positions.

Related To Buddha Himself

It is rumoured that this type of massage was created by Shivago Komarpaj, physician to Buddha himself, and a man noted for his extraordinary healing skills.

A Thai massage is similar to reflexology, in that you remain clothed. No massage oil is used, so it's great if you want to squeeze in a massage during your lunch break. Massage, in all its forms, basically involves a trained therapist working on your body, using hands, elbows, forearm, fingers, and so on. The techniques differ according to what type of massage you are receiving.

A Feeling of General Wellbeing

For example, a deep tissue or sports massage concentrates on problem areas, such as a stiff neck or strained muscles. It's great for really getting into those knots and getting rid of tension.

On the other hand, a Swedish massage - or classic massage - is gentler, and is proven to help manage stress and deliver a feeling of general wellbeing.

Then there's Shiatsu, Chinese massage, lymphatic massage, trigger point therapy, hot stone massage - and the list goes on.

So what makes Thai massage so different, and so beneficial?

  • Deep Relaxation - The yoga-like stretching and use of the body's energy lines relaxes you on a much deeper level.
  • Feel Good Factor - This deep relaxation promotes better sleep, more confidence, higher self-esteem and a more positive outlook on life.
  • Improved Circulation - More oxygen-rich blood flows to all your organs, enhancing feelings of wellbeing and reducing the risk of many diseases.
  • Brain Boost - That increased circulation also takes more oxygen to your brain, which decreases headaches and migraines, and increases functionality.
  • Relaxed Muscles - Because Thai massage incorporates assisted yoga positions and stretching, it is perfect for releasing tension in your muscles.

Managing Stress

As you can see, there are certainly crossovers with other forms of massage therapy. Generally speaking, any type of massage should leave you feeling more relaxed and less stressed, and those are key points.

You know how they say that stress is a killer? It's a good point. Stress can have a very debilitating effect on our bodies, and can lead to all sorts of illness and disease.

Sure, stress in inevitable in our busy lives - and a certain amount of stress is needed to keep us moving and motivated. But too much stress causes both mental and physical problems.

Mind, Body and Soul

The great thing about Thai massage is that it treats mind, body and soul. So imagine how much better you would look and feel if you booked one every week.

It's a known fact that stress not only puts us at risk of heart disease, stroke and other diseases, but also affects how we age. Professional Thai massage minimises cortisol production (the stress hormone) and calms the body.

Yin and Yang

A quick word on those energy lines before we go. It's all to do with that yin and yang energy. Thai massage practitioners focus on 12 major energy lines (meridians) and hundreds of pressure points.

The belief is that many illnesses and diseases are caused by certain meridians becoming blocked. Thai massage may clear those blockages and help restore our health and wellbeing.

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