Thai yoga massage (Nuad Bo-rarn) is an ancient form of bodywork that has been practiced for centuries in Thailand and Southeast Asia. It combines dynamic assisted stretching, influenced by yoga, with physical pressure along energy lines, influenced by Chinese acupuncture and Ayurveda. This type of massage stimulates pressure points to open up the body's energy pathways and allows the body to heal. It is also known as “ancient, anachronistic or ancient Thai way of healing with the hands” (traditional Thai chirothesis).
Thai yoga massage is suitable for people of any religion, as its principles and practices are based on the principles of vitalism (invisible life force). We have been providing quality access to Thailand, traditional Thai indigenous yoga massage and Thai culture for more than 34 years. The type of traditional indigenous and traditional Thai yoga therapy that most people will be exposed to is “ráksãa thaang nûat phaen boran Thai” (traditional hand healing as an expression of divine consciousness, Thai-style). It is usually done on the floor lying on a mat, a specially trained masseur guides you through yoga poses and stretches as a couple.
Jun, based in New York, offers individualized bodywork according to the needs and desires of each client, with a strong emphasis on a greater tradition of yoga, as well as Ayurvedic principles. Originally from Japan, where she was taught the philosophy of “Metta, Loving and Kind” through Buddhist culture, her work always comes from the heart. Jun Restorative Yoga Flow is a gentle, conscious flow that is based on the ground and focuses on releasing tension in the body and mind to create a sense of calm and well-being. Thai Yoga Bodywork is a combination of the best of yoga and the best of massage based on an ancient healing system.
It has gentle practical assistance through Thai yoga bodywork techniques and the use of essential oils for an ultimate relaxation experience. Based on his own experience of improving his ability to manage the stress of urban life and the chronic pain caused by a lumbar disc herniation, he strongly believes in the beautiful healing art forms of Thai yoga, bodywork, yoga and Reiki, and continues to study to find more ways to help people.