Thai Yoga Massage

  • Increases Local Circulation and Blood Flow
  • Improves Lymph Flow and Oxygen
  • Decreases Pain and Aches
  • Decreases Stress
  • Reduces Anxiety
  • Improves Sleep
  • Reduces Blood Pressure
  • Reduces Heart Rate
cropped view of masseur doing back massage to woman on massage mat

Thai Yoga Massage

  • Increases Local Circulation and Blood Flow
  • Improves Lymph Flow and Oxygen
  • Decreases Pain and Aches
  • Decreases Stress
  • Reduces Anxiety
  • Improves Sleep
  • Reduces Blood Pressure
  • Reduces Heart Rate

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What is Thai Yoga Massage?

Thai Yoga massage is full bodywork that is performed on the floor and the table.

TYM is no passive therapy. The client is fully involved in the journey that is Thai Yoga Massage.

A blend of Eastern Bodywork styles and modalities are performed by our specialists, including Thai massage, Shiatsu massage, Acupressure, Ashiatsu, and Ashi-Thai.

If you’d to learn more about its origins, you can read about The Father Founder of Thai Yoga Massage.

How is Thai Yoga Massage performed?

Our Thai Yoga Massage Therapist has completed over 185 hours of training in Northern and Southern-style mat massage, Thai table massage, Acupressure massage, Shiatsu massage, Chinese medicine, Ashiatsu massage, and Ashi -Thai massage.

Thai Yoga Massage also uses Acupressure in the form of compression done along the meridians and shin lines on your body.

Long stretches are included to increase range of motion and flexibility. This type of bodywork stimulates the neurological system by releasing locked up muscles and activating function for quick relief of aches and pains.

These styles and methods are combined and specifically chosen for each client based on their needs.

Why is Thai Yoga Massage right for me?

Thai Yoga Massage has many benefits. Clients that enjoy this active form of therapy report that they have felt physical and emotional healing.

Hikers, athletes, skiers, and those suffering from severe stress and emotional issues have experienced breakthroughs after Thai Yoga Massage.

The benefits are multiple, including increased oxygen and blood flow, decreased anxiety, better sleep, and decreased aches and pains.

There is also current scientific research for the reduction of pain from Yoga.

Are you ready to start Thai Yoga Massage Therapy?

Pain to Performance is ready to help you feel better fast. All you need to do is call or click to book a session. Don’t wait to feel better, start today!

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We are an essential health care provider in Washington State and are legally open and following all government mandates for cleaning, disinfecting, sanitation and PPE for increased protection against the virus and the spread of the virus.

If you’re ready to get on the path to feeling better in a safe and clean environment, contact us today. We are taking new clients and look forward to helping you live pain free.