It is essentially a gentle Swedish massage with long gliding stroke. Other massage techniques such as effleurage and kneading are often included with much lighter pressure. The therapist's hands are move in a slow pace. This calms the nervous system, increase circulation and promote a sense of well being.
Therapist will spent time on assessing the primarily complaint/ condition prior to treatment. This allows the therapist to focus on the potential cause of the problem rather than symptoms. Deeper pressure might be required during soft tissue manipulation to release muscle tension and alleviate trigger points.
The treatment often includes complimentary modalities such as, Hot Stone Massage,Dry Cupping, Medical Acupuncture, Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST), Thai Yoga Massage, Thai Herbal Compress (Luk Pra Kob) and more. Depending on the conditions and treatment goals, appropriate complimentary modalities will be recommended to yield the full potential of the treatment.
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