Manual Therapy for Pain Management, Rehabilitation and Improved Sports Performance Call:  206-946-2040

Thai Yoga Massage


Wellness Massage - Maintenance massageThai Yoga Massage (TYM) is a fusion bodywork treatment done on a large Thai mat (on the floor) or it also can be done on the table. It is a combination of Eastern Bodywork styles and modalities. The session depending on your health history would integrate Thai massage, Shiatsu massage, Acupressure, Ashiatsu,  Ashi-Thai together to give you an extraordinary deep tissue experience.

Thai Yoga Massage uses Acupressure in the form of compression done along the meridians and shin lines on your body; along with long stretches to increase range of motion and flexibility. The benefits of this type of bodywork helps to stimulate the neurological system by releasing hyper-tonic looked up muscles and activating under functioning one for quick relief. In addition clients and patients say Thai Yoga Massage puts them in a Zen like relaxation state of mind.

The Therapist on staff has extensive Eastern bodywork and massage training that encompasses Thai (Yoga) Massage Northern and Southern style on a mat, Thai massage on a table, Acupressure massage, Shiatsu Massage, some Chinese medicine, Ashiatsu massage and Ashi -Thai massage. If you add up all the hours invested in the study and learning of these modalities, it is over 185 hours. If you add up all the years of offering this type of therapy it is very extensive. You are in good hands and feet!

Type of Clients who Benefit from a Thai Yoga Massage

Many patients experience relief with some deep tissue discomfort from a TYM. Listed are the ones that it would be most appropriate for:

  • Pro and amateur athletes
  • Weekend Warriors
  • Hikers
  • Runners
  • Skiers and Snowboarders
  • Pain, Soreness, Sports Performance
  • Maintenance treatment
  • Extremely stressed out
  • Emotional baggage

Thai Yoga Massage Benefits

  • Increased local circulation and blood flow
  • Improves Lymph flow and Oxygen
  • Decreased pain and aches
  • Decreased stress
  • Reduces anxiety
  • Improved sleep
  • Reduced blood pressure
  • Reduced heart rate

Thai Yoga Massage Creators

The Father Founder of Thai Yoga Massage

Current scientific research for the reduction of pain from Yoga

5 Reasons to get a Massage

Book An Appointment


Make an Online Appointment