Thai Yoga Massage in Denver

To find the best Thai Yoga Massage in Denver visit Peace of Mind Massage on Old South Pearl Street in Platt Park close by to Washington Park, Cherry Creek, Capital Hill, Englewood, Glendale, Baker, and central to all of Denver, Colorado.

Peace of Mind massage Denver is proud to be adding Thai Yoga Massage Therapy to their list of services. This amazing technique, also know as the “lazy mans yoga” is done with the recipient fully clothed, on a futon type mat on the floor.  Thai massage was developed more then 2,500 years ago.  It originated in India and ultimately made its way to Thailand where Ayurvedic techniques and principles eventually became influenced by traditional Chinese medicine. Today, due to this technique being practiced throughout many countries for many years, there is no single routine that is cosmically accepted among healers.

Thai massage is unique from other massage modalities, as it involved the recipient to be fully clothed during the session without the use of oil or lotion. A receiver is to wear clothing that is comfortable and loose fitting, such as yoga type clothes.  During your Thai Yoga Massage, your Denver Massage therapist uses their hands, feet, knees and legs to move you into yoga ­style stretches.  Other techniques such as muscle compression, joint mobilization, and acupressure are methods used during a Thai Yoga Massage session.  Due to the fact that Thai Yoga Massage involves quite a bit of movement, it is both relaxing and invigorating! But do not worry about being jostled around to much, Thai Yoga massage is smooth, rhythmic, and flowing and an absolute treat to the whole self.

Thai Yoga Massage is great for those with muscular­skeletal pain and lack of mobility of the joints, which happens to be the majority of people who look to massage for relief.  Compression applied to the muscles prepare the body for stretching. Assisted stretching carries you far beyond what you receive in a regular yoga session, even up to an advanced level. This practice can also be very meditative, allowing you to sink deeper into your breath releasing more tension and blocked energy within the body. With regular Thai Yoga Massage, you will notice your muscles coming back to their normal resting length, which tricks the brain into thinking that all is well and stops antagonist muscles from contracting.  Soon, tension disappears and joint mobility is restored. Thai massage has been shown to benefit the recipient through; improving circulation, relaxing, reduces stress, increases energy, increases flexibility, improves range of motion, detoxifies body and boosts the immune system, slows the aging process, and centers the body and mind.

As with any massage modality, It is important to make sure your Denver Massage Therapist is well aware of any condition that may be unsuited for Thai Yoga Massage, or that may need specific modifications. Some precautions and contraindications include; clients with serious heart conditions or uncontrolled high blood pressure, clients with osteoporosis or very brittle bones as well as those with spinal fusions or artificial joints (for example knee, hip), clients with lymphatic cancer, and clients with hemophilia or phlebitis.

We are so excited at Peace of Mind Massage Denver to be offering this incredible work and are so thrilled to share it with you.  You owe it to yourself to experience this exclusive style of massage. Whether you are a veteran yogi or someone who has never taken a yoga class in their life, it is truly like no other massage you have ever had.  Once your body feels the pure bliss of being stretched by someone else with little to no work on your end, you may find yourself looser, longer, lighter, and elated!

During the month of May we’ll be offering $20 off Thai Yoga Massage sessions! Our regular rates for Thai Yoga Massage can be found on our pricing page. You can also find Peace of Mind Massage at the Denver Yoga Rocks the Park events this summer offering Sports Massage and Thai Yoga Massage. Massage and Yoga go together seemlessly as they are complimentary modalities to improve the body, mind, and spirit.

Written by Devin Willerth, LMT, CYI
Edited by Nicole Davis, LMT, NCTMB, Owner
Peace of Mind Massage, INC.
1249 S. Pearl St
Denver, CO, 80210

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