Wantage, Oxfordshire

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Thai yoga massage is beneficial for many ailments including:

  • Back, neck & shoulder pain

  • Sciatica & nerve disorders

  • Insomnia

  • Headaches & migraines

  • Improves flexibility

  • Improves joint range & mobility

  • Improves body posture & alignment

  • Circulatory disorders

  • Stress & tension

  • Depression & anxiety

  • Fatigue & low energy levels

  • Clears & calms the mind

  • Releases tension throughout the body

  • Balances & improves energy flow

  • Assists with athletic performance

  • General relaxation and wellbeing


Thai yoga massage is also safe to have during pregnancy and very nurturing.




At the heart of Thai massage lies the energy system of Sen Lines. These Sen Lines help balance the body’s energy and to return to a natural equilibrium.


Various yoga based postures and gentle stretching is applied to help re-align the body, increase flexibility, aid good posture and alleviate pain or discomfort.

Stress and tension is alleviated through pressure which is applied to the muscles and nerves by the practitioner’s hands, feet, knees and elbows.  

Along the Sen Lines lie many important pressure points (Marmas) which are engaged though acupressure. Thai massage is given in a rhythmical manner with each movement gently flowing into the next creating a deep state of relaxation, allowing our body and mind to become calm and peaceful.


Traditionally no oils are used in Thai yoga massage, however, the use of aromatic herbal oils are often used when treating the face.

Thai yoga massage is given though clothing and is carried out on a comfortable padded floor mat.