28 April, 2017 – 7 June, 2017
THAI YOGA MASSAGE
Thai Yoga Massage is thought to be at least 2500 years old having been transmitted from India side-by-side with Buddhism. It uses a combination of passive yoga stretches, pressure along energy lines and acupressure to remove blockages and to balance the flow of energy throughout the body.
Thai Massage also helps to release toxins, relieves muscular and joint tension, increases flexibility, stimulates internal organs, and induces a deep sense of physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.
Thai Massage is carried out on a futon mattress on the floor with the client fully dressed in comfortable loose clothing, and usually no oil is applied. The practitioner not only uses her hands to treat the patient’s body but also her feet, knees and elbows.
CHI NEI TSANG (ABDOMINAL MASSAGE)
Time of treatment: approximately 1,5 hours
Clients can eat before the treatment but it is best not to drink coffee as this hardens the abdominal area.
The abdomen is an area of the body that is in constant physical movement, whether this is the strong engagement of muscles or the peristaltic action of the bowel. In this area, solid matter is changed into liquids and back into solids. Fluids themselves change from one chemical combination to another, and the organs are constantly swelling and reducing in volume, an action that affects all the surrounding tissue. Fascia in the abdomen is changed by various factors such as injury, ageing, surgery, or pregnancy. And of course our emotional and mental state also affect the quality and the functioning of this area.
An abdominal treatment can therefore not only detoxify and release congestion in the physical organs but also helps to unwind emotional blockages.
An abdominal treatment can include the following:
Please contact with Etiler studio reception from 0212 351 0096 for an appointment.
Adriane took her first Thai massage course in Thailand in 2004 with the Sunshine Network, and has since then regularly attended advanced Thai massage courses to widen her understanding of the healing arts. She has also assisted and taught on various massage courses in Sweden, India and Thailand.
During the winter months, Adriane lives in Goa, India, where she gives regular massage treatments and also gives Ashtanga Yoga and Pranayama sessions. She especially enjoys working with yoga practitioners who wish to become more adept but may find themselves challenged by specific postures in their practice.
All treatments are tailored according to individual requirements. A Thai massage session can range from 90 minutes to 2 hours with varying degrees of intensity to the massage.