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Sydney - the home of the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and some of the best Thai massage therapists in Australia!
Sydney is Australia's largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city, as loved by locals as it is by the millions of visitors it attracts.
It was here that the first British settlers took up residence in 1788. How different things would have been back then. Imagine how much better it would have been if those poor souls could have booked a relaxing massage!
Of course, the benefits of Thai massage were already well known back then, in Southeast Asia, India and China. In fact, this type of massage was probably created by the physician to Buddha himself.
Like many Eastern healing practices, Thai massage is a holistic therapy, treating mind, body and soul. It not only works on your physical body, but also on your energy lines.
It's all about finding inner peace and balance and while that might sound like a cliché, the results speak for themselves.
Thai massage is done without the use of oil, and the recipient remains clothed. The massage incorporates pressure, stretching and assisted yoga positions to relax muscles and clear energy blockages.
Don't be surprised if your therapist gets stuck in with elbows and knees to tackle those troublesome tension knots. But rest assured, it isn't really painful and there are no side effects.
A Thai massage session can last for up to two hours and believe us when we say, you will never have felt better. The feeling is best described as totally relaxed, but invigorated at the same time.
If you live in Sydney, the chances are you've already experienced many of the great natural therapies on offer. So now you've got an even easier way to book.
Discover what's available in your area and book online, for the most relaxing time of your life.