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Medical Thai Hot Herbal Compress Massage Treatment


A full body massage given on a mat on the floor that combines the techniques of traditional Thai massage with Thai herbal hot compress; bundles that are steamed and pressed on the body. In traditional Thai medicine, herbs are used to complement massages that treat illnesses. This herbal hot compress massage increases blood circulation and energy flow, relaxes, warms, releases tension, relieves stiff muscles and joints, eases chronic pain and reduces mental fatigue and stress.






















































Both giver and receiver are fully dressed, wearing comfortable clothes.

75 minutes . . . . .  80 euro

90 minutes . . . . .  95 euro
120 minutes . . .  120 euro

Thai Hot Herbal Compress Massage

The Thai Herbal Ball compress technique offers several potential health benefits:  It induces deep relaxation, relieves stress and fatigue, boosts both emotional and physical well-being, assists alignment and postural integrity of the body, improves circulation of blood and lymph and stimulates the internal organs.

The hot compresses are ideal for alleviating pain, stiff, sore or pulled muscles and ligaments, chronic back aches, arthritis, even skin conditions, migraines and chronic stress or anxiety.  The blend of traditional Thai herbs used in these compresses has a relaxing and invigorating effect on the body and mind, soothing sore and overworked muscles while giving the body's energy reserves a huge boost.

The herbs in the compress possess properties that are anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, astringent and antioxidant.  They are used to address sprains, bruises and sore muscles, cleanse and heal the skin by promoting cell growth, and aid upper respiratory ailments such as bronchitis, asthma, and the common cold.

Many people like to take hot herbal compress massage for relaxing, some people take herbal ball when they are get muscle pain or get a cold, hot compress and many herbs inside the ball can help a lot of problem you have.

Thai Herbal Compress:

Compresses contain a combination of traditional Thai herbs, wrapped in bundles. The bundles are heated in a steamer to release the beneficial alkaloids in the herbs. The warm bundles are then applied to the skin directly or through the clients massage clothes. Compresses are used to relieve sprains, strains on muscles or tendons, stiffness in the joints or inflamation. Herbal compresses can also be used to aid in the circulation of the blood. It is possiible to use herbal compresses with other massage modalities.

In Thai Massage, there are two types of herbal compresses, each with a different function and use.

The Hot Compress:

Thai therapists use herbal compresses on the joints in order to soften and looses the connections between bones and increase mobility before major stretching. Also, use of the compresses on the abdomen can encourage digestion and stimulate the organs.

According to traditional Thai energetics, hot temperatures increase energy flow, improve circulation, relax muscles and stimulate nerves.

Also, the aroma therapeutic effects of the herbs used in the hot compresses should not be undervalued. Many of these herbs have a balancing effect on the mind and spirit, and provide clients with a soothing reduction of stress. All of the herbs also possess properties which clear out congestion of the lungs and sinuses, and application of hot compresses to the chest and throat can be a wonderful way to kick a cold.

The Cold Compress:

Another use of herbal compresses that should be mentioned is the application of cold compresses. Cold compresses or "herbal ice packs" should be cooked for 10-15 minutes to release the beneficial alkaloids in the herbs, and then frozen or iced. The cold compresses should then be applied to clients with muscle strains, tendon or ligament sprains, contusions, hematomas, and more severe injuries requiring "cold therapy".

Cold compresses help to reduce swelling and pain and can promote dissipation of pooled stagnant energy due to broken Sen Lines. Cold compresses should be applied only to the site of the injury. After the use of cold compresses for 24 hours, hot compresses may be used on most injuries.

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