Hot Stones Massage using chakras: How they do it in Thailand

In Thailand it is important to begin each treatment with “Wi Kru”, a prayer to thank the teacher and warm the heart.

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When performing a hot stones massage inThailand, like in Indian Head Massage and Thai Massage, the therapist also works with the chakras to enhance the treatments.  The concept of the chakras originates from India and the theory behind the chakras is that the energy of life in the human body flows up and down two lines.  The cross point of these two lines are called the chakras.  It is believed that there are seven main chakras in the body that all control the function of various organs, keeping them balanced (see picture). They are as follows: one at the middle of the crown of the head, a second at the forehead associated with the third eye, third at the neck linked to the throat, forth in the middle of the chest linked to the heart, fifth just above the navel associated with the solar plexus, sixth in the sacral chakra and seventh the base chakra (coccyx). Continue reading

Thai Foot Reflexology

Reflexology is a Deeply Relaxing and Body Balancing Foot Massage. 

It’s Widely used for the prevention of illness, to encourage healing and to cure symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression.

At YOU Massage Therapy, we utilise these ancient techniques to treat symptoms of IBS, PMS, Endometriosis, Migraines, Sciatic Pain, Sinusitis, Chronic Coughs and low immunity….

YOU Massage Therapists: Amy, Naomi, Nikki and Lynn are qualified and experienced Reflexology practitioners; our other Therapists Pete, Melissa, Elise and Caz have been trained in Reflex Massage, to enhance their foot treatments with zone therapy. In this blog Lynn talks a little about the history of this great therapy, and her experiences in learning Thai Foot Reflexology. Lynn spent time in Thailand learning their ways of applying Massage and other Holistic Techniques…

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Reiki: How Relaxation and Calm Heals the Body

Too many of us don’t set aside time to rest.  We tend to forget the importance of resting and how it can help heal our minds, body and spirit.

Recently I undertook a stress management course and it really got me thinking about what I am doing to myself and those that surround me.  Now I know what you are thinking, how can a massage therapist who is trained in relaxing others be suffering from stress?  From a young age I have always worked two jobs or more at a time.  It’s been drummed into me that if you work hard it will pay off at the end.  My average working week is close to 60 hours and I am not alone.  With England in a recession for the second time within 4 years, gas and electricity bills going up, people are working longer and harder to make rent.

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The Magic of Reiki: by Lynn

Lynn here, YOU Massage Therapy’s newest therapist!  I am trained in various therapies from Swedish Massage to Northern Thai Massage.  However my favourite treatment of all is that of Reiki.

 

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Now, I know that some of you may think “what a lot of hocus-pocus whilst others can really feel the magical healing powers of the energies that surround us. This blog is about my experiences with Reiki and how I use it as an alternative or complementary therapy.

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Indian Head massage Now and Then

Deeply Relaxing Indian Head MassageHello, Lynn here. Melissa, Nikki and I all practice the wonderful art of Indian Head Massage at YOU  Massage, Southampton. Indian Head Massage is not only good for the hair but can relieve tension, eye strain and stress; helping relieve migraines and tension headaches by working the many pressure points around the neck, scalp and face.  Today the treatment has evolved to include the back and arms, areas that also carry the weight of today’s stresses that affect us all. In this post I’ll talk a little about it’s application past and present…

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Guest Author Lynn: Northern Style Thai Massage

“Same same but different”

As you may have read from our Monday blog post; YOU Massage Therapy is lucky to have two therapist trained in Thai Massage Southampton, one Northern style and one Southern style.  My name’s Lynn, I practice Northern style Thai Massage.  A popular saying in Thailand is “same same but different” meaning there are similarities but slight differences that make the two buy cialis mexico styles each unique in their own ways.

 

Back in 2010 I travelled the East to learn ancient therapies including the art of Thai massage northern style, traditionally know as “Nura bo-rarn”.

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