Thai Yoga Massage – also known as Thai Massage, lazy person’s yoga or applied Hatha yoga – is an ancient traditional Thai healing therapy. It combines acupressure, reflexology, assisted progressive stretching and yoga. Thai massage is based on the principles of loving kindness and compassion given through the healing power of touch.
The Thai Yoga practitioner uses feet, elbows, palms, thumbs and knees to skilfully apply pressure and yoga-like stretches to the body. The sequences of stretching and pressure work are given in a smooth, unhurried and harmonious way with one move dissolving into the next; this generates a feeling of deep relaxation and balance within the receiver’s body. [Definition by Natasha de Grunwald / London Institute of Thai Yoga Massage]
All Thai Yoga Massage practitioners at the Light Centre are self-employed. When making bookings, customers are contracting with them directly and not with the Centre. As a result, practitioners manage their own diaries, so please book with them directly.
N.B. When seeing a Thai Yoga Massage therapist at the Light Centre you are contracting with them directly. They are thus solely responsible for your safety and wellbeing during your session and carry their own insurance.