Features and history of Thai traditional massage
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What is Thai Traditional Massage
Thai Traditional Massage is a traditional medicine of the Kingdom of Thailand and is one of the Oriental medicines that has a proven track record as alternative medicine and preventive medicine. Its roots are said to date back to the era of Buddha 2500 years ago. In Thailand, the archetype was handed down along with Buddhism, inherited from Buddhist monks in Buddhist temples, developed independently, and evolved into a more effective and practical style. Traditional Thai massage is based on the concept of improving the blood circulation of the whole body, enhancing the function of the autonomic nervous system, and restoring a healthy mind and body, without sticking only to local relaxation. Instead of relieving stiffness in problem areas in a short time like a so-called quick massage, the whole body is treated slowly and slowly.
Features of Thai Traditional Massage
Traditional Thai massage, which is performed slowly, should be performed over the entire body for about 2 hours. A few minutes of quick massage may be enough to partially relieve muscle fatigue, but traditional Thai massage requires a long and slow whole body treatment over a long time like this It is characterized by
The flow of Thai traditional massage, which focuses on the legs, starts from the feet, then gradually goes down to the calves, thighs, and groin. Thai traditional massage considers that there is an energy line (sen) on the entire foot, and we will perform treatment along this sen. Using your fingers, palms, and feet to squeeze and reciprocate the sensations many times, improve blood circulation. Two-thirds of the muscles in the whole body are in the feet, and serve as a pump that returns the blood pumped from the heart back to the heart, but the blood pressure in the feet is usually one-tenth of the blood pressure in the upper body. Blood is not circulating well on the feet farthest from the heart. In particular, it is pointed out that the calf is called the second heart, and its relationship with blood flow has been pointed out. Careful massage of the leg muscles has a great effect on improving blood flow throughout the body. In addition, nerves that control the whole body, such as the autonomic nerves, are concentrated on the soles and insteps. By stimulating the sole of the sole and the reflex area of the instep, you can maintain your physical condition and maintain your own health. In traditional Thai massage, it usually takes 40 minutes to 1 hour or more just for the treatment of the legs.
After fully treating the legs that slowly relax the whole body, warm the whole body by performing treatment on the arms, abdomen, waist, back, shoulders, neck, and sometimes face and head. Using fingers, palms, and even elbows and knees, the therapist uses all parts of his or her own body, depending on the application, to relax your body. Another characteristic of Thai traditional massage that stretches the whole body by stretching is its bold and acrobatic stretching technique. Traditional Thai massage is also called "two-person yoga". This means that not only do the Thai massagers take yoga poses, but also the therapists themselves practice yoga poses. In other words, this is a meditative mind, not only for the recipient, but also for the person who performs it.