Thai Massage By Referral Only
In the temples of Thailand, twenty-five hundred years ago, a dynamic bodywork based on yoga, Ayurveda and the martial arts was born. Once performed by blind monks, this unique healing system incorporates martial arts moves, rhythmic motion, palming, thumbing and walking along energy lines, stretching and breath work, creating a slow, fluid "dance" around the recipient.
Benefits include toning and stretching the muscles, improved circulation, relief of muscle cramps and spasms, boosts immune system, help expedite metabolism and balances the body energetically, inducing a calm mental state.
Kaye's Thai Massage Bio...
I fell in love with Thai massage immediately. In some ways I think it was destiny. It incorporated all of the things that I was most passionate about….yoga, meditation and healing.
I have been teaching yoga since 1997 studying with some of the world’s leading yogis and for the past 10 years studying yoga “The Iyengar Way”. Iyengar Yoga is considered the most detailed style of yoga with its critical emphasis on alignment. My studies in Iyengar led to my work in Yoga Therapy; working one on one with students who came into yoga with an illness, disease or injury.
The transition from Yoga Therapy to Thai Massage was very natural. I am certified through the highly respected Thai Body Work, in Evanston, IL studying with the founder Chuck Duff.
For me, Thai Massage has become quite a spiritual experience and has given new meaning to my practice. Each massage is an opportunity for me to connect and tap into a healing, loving energy and channel this into each recipient along with the therapeutic asanas of the Thai Massage. I have offered well over a thousand of these healing sessions since 2003 and I look forward to each and every one with wonderment.
Hands Free Thai
This massage is designed for athletes, week-end warriors or anyone seeking deep tissue massage. While all Thai Massage incorporates the use of the feet , this Hands Free Massage includes more walking and standing on the client to not only soften and lengthen muscles that have been shortened from repetitive motion but is very affective for placing bones back in proper alignment thus improving range of motion. Other benefits include the breakup of scar tissue, removal of lactic acid and other toxins from the areas of accumulation and a strengthening of the
skeletal body (bones).