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Some explanations on the ancient technique of massage:

Steeped in Buddhism, Thai massages gains include the concepts of this philosophy of interdependence and universal energy: our body is considered as a unit of energy, in constant contact with the energies that surround us.

Everything in the universe is in constant motion processing, regular and uninterrupted.

Human beings, like the universe in which he bathes, is imbued with energy. It moves through the body along lines called "Sen", which correspond to acupuncture meridians in Chinese, and Indian nadis for. Buddhism, Thais also hold that the disease or have a healing effect: the disease is a disorder that was installed in the flow of internal energy, and instead the recovery is achieved when the "patient" finds a smooth flow of internal energy. The Sen are difficult to grasp for Westerners, because they do not consist of material such as bones, muscles, or veins. They must feel, without seeing them, it is called Art of Touch. Asians have identified over 72,000 times Sen ensure the flow of energy within the body and provides connections with the outside. The principle of Thai massage is to harmonize the flow of internal energy, acting by stimulation and release of external areas.

This is the great lesson of traditional Thai massage: to find the strength and inner harmony. The objective is, by touch, to release the body of tension, and re-harmonize the flow of internal energy. Massage helps the body to release tensions, and spirit come alive, and to respond better at higher energy circulation or more subtle. We talk about IQ (pronounced Chi), control of vital energy, and its harmonization around the Hara, the Energy Centre of the individual life. The Hara is about 3 fingers below the navel, and is the second Indian Chakra: Svadhisthana Chakra. The massage brings peace, relaxation, pleasure and liberation.

The body and mind merge as in the practice of yoga. Therefore, the traditional Thai massage is also known as:

Yoga Massage
The relationship between Yoga and Thai Massage Yoga Massage or are indeed very important:
Postures and stretching charged two people, one of them being passive, the other active
Fluidity of gestures and movements of the masseur
Balance in movement
Fluidity and harmonization of the respiration of two
Synchronization of breathing, the masseur's hands are an extension of the hara and the breath
The energy comes from whole body movements and not go belly of hand strength
Dharana - Dhyana
Letting go, mental relaxation, and abandonment of its defense system for the person who is massaged
Concentration, adopting an attitude of neutrality, non-power, non-manipulation, respect for the patient for the massager
Focus on fun, energy circulation, and relaxation, and connecting the energies of the torque-masseur massaged.

Art of Touch

Massage is the art of touch, everything rests on the first of the five senses. It is through touch that the child discovers the world. In embryogenesis, the skin develops from the same cells as nervous system, it consists of billions of nerve endings in an adult and is the royal road of emotions. Thai massage is done clothed: a very light silk clothing helps protect the patient physically (the body can cool down if the session is long) and psychologically from the eyes of others. The suit also requires the masseur did not use the eye and thus enhancing sensitivity and precision of touch. The massage takes place on the ground, so that the movement and manipulation are completely free. Thai massage is a specific set of sequences: pressure on points, arterial compression, joint manipulation, and stretching. The whole body is massaged from toes to top this head.

As toxins are eliminated, the flow of energy released, and a feeling of great peace of body and spirit wins the person receiving the massage.

The Kneading Muscle pressures are webbed with the palm of the hand, and act on large areas. The hand is moving at a steady pace and move to knead the muscle areas. These pressures are mainly relaxing.

The Digitoponcture: Pressures on energy points along the meridians, are with the thumbs, knees, elbows, feet, or forearms. The pressure is acting to disperse excess energy or tension, or to invigorate an empty region or low, or even to harmonize and streamline the flow of energy.

The Circulatory Cuts: They aim to release strongly circulatory flow and IQ. They are practiced at the crossroads of the groin and armpit, they cause the elimination of waste in the arteries and are very revitalizing. There are some cons-indications to follow.

The Articular Mobilization and Stretching: This is the latest release tension in the body's soft stiffness, which relaxes the joints and gives the body flexibility and fluidity. Stretching promotes relaxation, eliminating stress and toxins. They allow members to reposition correctly to work on the meridians. The stretches are a particularly important aspect of Thai massage and make it one of its original features.

The Thai people have retained a very strong tradition of massage. Massage is an integral part of their conception of life: They will receive a massage as we go to the hairdresser. They practiced normally, healthily and regular family. The monks perform the same way that meditation or sacred texts. Finally, massage has always been considered the centerpiece of traditional medical care, combined with traditional medicine, so that hospitals in all traditional treatment begins with a massage. Contrary to the idea that might be imagined, this massage has its origins in India. The famous Ayurvedic physician Shivago Komarpaj, contemporary and near the Buddha was the designer.

It was introduced in Thailand together with Buddhism 2,500 years ago. His teaching was essentially the subject of oral transmission. the ancient texts which have been alluded destroyed in the looting of the royal city of Ayutthaya by the Burmese in 1767. The theory is based on the principles of Indian medicine in the flow of energy through the "nadis pranas. In this tradition, the energy runs through the body along 10 major routes or "shen".

These are the main stream because the Indian tradition speaks of 72,000 nadis that nourish the body. We distinguish now two slightly different massage traditions: The North represented the Old Medicine Hospital in Chiang Mai working more on stretching, mobilization, and lines of energy (it is generally softer). The South taught at Wat Po temple in Bangkok, scope more precisely on the pressures of reflex points. But the uniqueness of Thai massage is to involve maneuvers such pressure along energy lines, to mobilization of all joints in postures similar to those practiced in yoga. That is why it is sometimes called "yoga massage".

These stretches promote relaxation throughout the body and gently releases the body's stiffness. Finally, the practitioner cuts circulatory aim to release the blood stream. Practiced in the groin or the armpit of the other more subtle point they favor the elimination of waste, resulting in large tissue perfusion and lead to a revitalization of intense energy. The meeting takes place on the ground, begins with the feet, ending in the head and includes all parts of the body. Thai massage involves the part of the massager and agility from the massed close to accepting a relatively high with the masseuse.

The average time a session is approximately one hour, but in Asia where the concept of time is different massage can last two or three hours as the Thai Massage Shiatsu Japanese often practiced in these countries as a group, in rooms where couples are massaged massager, next to each other and engage in a cheerful and relaxed atmosphere.