Best Thai massage in London by far. Even massage offered in sevaral places in Thailand can't compete.
Lovely atmosphere, amazing service and best ginger tea.
They are the best! Recommended to me by a friend and I've been several times whenever I've had a migraine or trapped nerve. And they always make it better.
Excellent massage therapy from highly skilled staff that care. My last experience was really good as the therapist struggled with a particular spot as it was deep and got help from her colleague.
Thai Massage is undoubtedly the most holistic treatment using a mix of rhythmic acupressure, body rocking and deep assisted stretches exercising the body throughout.
The technique involves putting gentle but firm pressure on the body with the palms and thumbs, as well as relaxing stretching of the limbs and back. In this way it works effectively on skin, muscle, the organs and the skeletal structure.
Traditional Thai Massage
A fairly firm massage (clothed) involving muscle compression, gentle stretching and acupressure. The aim is to relieve pain and stiffness, invigorate tired muscles, increase range of motion, restore a free flow of energy and balance and to reduce stress.
Thai Treatment Massage with Herbal Ball
A gentle, medium or firm massage. Following a Thai Traditional or Thai Oil Massage, hot compresses containing many beneficial herbs are used to address chronic problems, such as back pain and tendinitis, as well as to increase energy flow, improve skin tone and circulation, relax muscles and stimulate nerves.
Head, Back and Shoulder Massage
A Stress-busting, targeted massage using gentle, medium or hard pressure for the areas most frequently giving problems. Half an hour or 1 hour is normally sufficient to leave the customer relaxed yet invigorated.
Relaxing Foot Massage
Our Thai Foot Massage is a deeply relaxing and stimulating reflexology treatment that concentrates on the feet and lower legs. A qualified Thai therapist uses gentle strokes and acupressure on the feet to detect any imbalances in the body, opening up the natural energy line, boosting circulation and encouraging physical healing. Thai Foot Massage has a therapeutic effect on the whole body.
Express Massage 30 min (back only)
Half an is normally sufficient to leave the customer relaxed yet invigorated.
Relaxing with Aromatic Oil
Swedish or Oil Massage
The firmest pressure massage. Deep tissue massage focuses on realigning deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue. It is especially helpful for chronically tense and contracted areas such as stiff necks/shoulders, lower back tightness, and tired, stressed legs.
Aromatic Hot Oil Massage
Thai Aromatherapy Massage is a gentle type of massage treatment, designed to calm, condition the skin and loosen tight or tired muscles. Our therapists use a combination of the finest Thai Essential Oils which deeply hydrate and purify the skin, their aromas creating a sense of harmony, relaxation and renewed energy. Aromatherapy Massage is normally a full body treatment, but can be localised for particular aches and pain.
4 Hands are better than 2
Our Thai Four Hands is a full body treatment where two professional Thai Massage Therapists use acupressure, slow and medium strokes and gentle muscle compression to ease away muscular aches, tension and tiredness. One therapist works on the upper body, the other on the lower body. Thai Four Hands Massage can be relaxing or deep tissue, according to your preference. The experience is intense and holistic, placing body and mind in a state of deep contentment – a real tonic!
Booking in advance essential
Every client is assessed on an individual basis and we reserve the right to refuse treatments if we believe there could be a risk.
For health and safety reasons you will be asked to complete a brief questionnaire before the commencement of any treatments and therapies.
Should you have any concerns please consult your doctor and ask their advice before seeking Thai massage therapy treatment.
The following conditions are contraindicated:
Fever over 38.5 C
Hypertension, headache, nausea or vomiting
Recent (less than 1 month) surgery
Communicable diseases e.g. influenza, tuberculosis
Massage in the lower abdomen region is contraindicated for pregnant women
Fresh wounds, open wounds or recent injury
Serious joint or bone problems broken bone, dislocation
Skin diseases or infections
Deep vein thrombosis
Other areas of caution for the client.
Patients with vascular disease
High blood pressure, headache, nausea or vomiting.
Patients with osteoporosis or bone problems
Areas of the body where metal pins, steel plates, screws or prosthetic inserts.
Areas where wounds are not completely healed