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Before treatment For your comfort and relaxation, try not to eat a heavy meal for a couple of hours before your massage. Ideally, wear loose, comfortable clothes you can stretch in, with legs & upper arms fully cove...
For your comfort and relaxation, try not to eat a heavy meal for a couple of hours before your massage. Ideally, wear loose, comfortable clothes you can stretch in, with legs & upper arms fully covered. Shorts and vest tops are not suitable. Before we start, you will be asked to complete a brief medical history and then your therapist will discuss your aims and expectations of the treatment.
Your treatment will be performed on a traditional Thai Massage mat on the floor and the massage will be performed through your clothes.
During the treatment, your therapist will encourage you to gradually fall silent and allow you to enter a deep state of relaxation. Client and therapist work together to find the right pressure and verbal cues will be given to help you breathe more deeply.
Get up slowly. Drink plenty of water throughout the rest of the day as your body will be detoxing. You may feel extremely tired after your first treatment – this is a sign of old energy leaving the body. However, after progressive treatments, you will start to feel energised – this is a sign of new energy coming into the body. It takes 4-5 days to feel the full effect of the treatment as the system takes time to rebalance and re-energise.
If you wish to cancel a treatment, please contact your therapist as soon as possible so your treatment time may be offered to someone else. We reserve the right to charge for appointments which are cancelled less than 24 hours before your treatment is due.
Thai Massage is not a subsitute for medical care, and is not intended to: diagnose, prevent, cure or treat any physical or mental illness. Consult your doctor or a qualified medical specialist for any medical conditions and/or advice. The therapist has the right to refuse services to clients if a medical condition and/or symptoms reveal contraindications that could be harmful to the client and/or the therapist. This includes: infectious diseases, rash, or open wounds; colds and/or flu like symptoms; immediately after surgery. While Thai Massage is considered safe, if is your responsibility to discuss with your doctor or physician whether this therapy is appropriate for you.