The body will be invigorated and revived after Thai massage, calming both physically and mentally with various massage techniques.
The AromaTouch Technique involves the application of essential oil blends to support healthy emotional and physiological functions for wellbeing.
During your massage the massage therapist will apply pressure on various points, loosening your muscles and alleviating joints pain.
Using essential oils to help energise, de-stress or reinvigorate a tired body, this pampering massage is designed to leave you feeling relaxed, limber and totally chilled out.
Five types of stroke make up the massage, the pressure can be light or firm and it is perfect for unknotting the whole body.
Indian head massage is especially good for relieving stress, tension, fatigue, insomnia, headaches, migraine and sinusitis.
Traditional Thai Foot Massage creates a deep relaxation experience, this wonderful experience in the heart of Dublin is a good option for a coffee break.
Back Neck Shoulders Massage is a short treatment based on Thai Massage techniques.
Thai Sports massage is a type of bodywork intended for people participating in athletic activities, also known as Mai Thai massage.
Hot Oil Massage therapy is similar to the Thai massage but specifically prepared essential or aromatherapy oils are used to help the body's wellbeing.