Thai Massage Gosford
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Best Thai Massage Therapists in Gosford, NSW
Here's our pick for the top Thai massage therapists in Gosford, NSW.

5 venues found

  1. East Gosford Thai Massage

    East Gosford Thai Massage

    Shop 2 / 29 Victoria Street, East Gosford 2250
    (2)
    Neck Massage, Relaxation Massage, Oil Massage, Back Massage, Shoulder Massage
    Thai Massage from $40.00
    Book online
  2. Wyoming Thai Massage

    Wyoming Thai Massage

    Shop 4 / 470 Pacific Highway, Wyoming 2250
    Four Hands Massage, Couples Massage, Neck Massage, Relaxation Massage, Oil Massage
    Thai Massage from $40.00
    Book online

3 phone bookable Thai Massage venues in Gosford

Le Bua Thai Massage

Le Bua Thai Massage

3 Mortimer Ln, Gosford 2250
Aromatherapy Massage, Foot Reflexology, Neck Massage, Oil Massage, Thai Massage
Call to book
Gosford Siam Thai Massage

Gosford Siam Thai Massage

1 Suite 1/5 Baker St, Gosford 2250
Foot Reflexology, Thai Massage
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Lilawadi Thai Massage Gosford

Lilawadi Thai Massage Gosford

56 York St, East Gosford 2250
Thai Massage
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Questions & Answers

How much does a Thai massage cost?

Thai massages are $95 on average.

What is a Thai massage?

Thai massage is an invigorating style of massage that incorporates firm pressure and elements of stretching. It's one that will work out your kinks and lengthen the muscle.

When should I get a Thai massage?

If your body is calling out for some tension relief and stretching, you're well due for a Thai massage. This dynamic treatment is ideal for those who need something a little more dynamic.

What should I do after a Thai massage?

Definitely take it easy and drink plenty of water. It's best to rest right after a Thai massage because your muscles have been worked, giving them time to recoup is highly recommended.

How often should I get a Thai massage?

There is no strict guideline to how often you should get a Thai massage. However, you do need time between treatments to allow the body and muscle composition to recover. We say the more the merrier, really.

Do Thai massages hurt?

It's quite a deep, vigorous form of massage, so you will feel pressure and potentially moments of discomfort. Be sure to speak up if you're in pain, though.

How long do Thai massages usually go for?

People tend to spend about 75 minutes at their Thai massage appointments on average.