Nuad Pan Boran is a form of ancient Thai Foot Massage. It is a holistic healing technique providing relaxation and balance throughout the body by promoting healthy blood circukation. It is widely accepted as a therapy to foster general good health and mental serenity.
This wonderfully enjoyable foot massage dates back more than two thousand years.
It originated in China but is now seen all over Thailand today. Treatment includes concentrating on 'Sen' lines - which are from the Ayurvedic tradition and are the equivalent to the meridians of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
The techniques of Thai Foot Massage are thought to stimulate and open these energy channels, leaving you feeling relaxed, balanced and invigorated.
Expert Thai Massage seeks out and addresses many of the natural ailments we all feel build up when coping with modern everyday like - both in body and mind. It achieves this by focusing on certain pressure points around the body and applying acupressure correct ‘sen’ or energy lines , so stretching and relaxing the tight or bunched muscles and at the same time encouraging your mind to move beyond the passing of minutes into the realm of meditative clarity, where mind and body become one - and an inner, relaxed balance is reached.
This is good for assisting the natural healing powers of the body, as well as settling an overworked mind and bringing calm - whether to help recover from daily stress, or to clear the path leading from a satisfying session of massage towards creative work.
Hot Oil Massage is thought to help by reducing tension and swelling in the muscles and helps to tone and condition them, to improve the condition of the skin to prevent premature aging and also for therapeutic uses such as to improve sleep.
Hot (warm) oil used for oil massage and has been shown to have anti carcinogenic, anti-melanomic and anti colon cancer effects.
The base of most Ayurvedic oils is sesame.
Hot Oil massage has shown to have pervasive antioxidant effects and can reduce oxidative stress that accompanies arthritis.
Most of the research on warm oil massage has been done on infants, but the benefits still apply to the adult body.
Coconut oil is rich in anti-oxidants and bursting with the natural microbial and antibacterial agents caphrylic and capric acids.
Coconut oil also delays wrinkles, and sagging of skin which normally become prominent with age. It also helps in treating various skin problems including psoriasis, dermatitis, eczema and other skin infections. It also helps in preventing premature aging and degenerative diseases due to its antioxidant properties.
This is a relaxing massage therapy concentrating on the back, neck and shoulder muscles. The treatment is designed to relax and ease tension in the areas of the body where muscle problems most often occur.
During the massage, pressure is applied up both sides of the spine and along the lower back, moving up towards the shoulders and neck.