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Thai Massage

A Unique Healing Tradition


Thai Yoga Massage, or is also referred to as Thai Massage, depending on region or practitioner. In this unique healing system, you will be guided through postures, stretches and massage on the massage table or on a floor mat. You remain fully clothed in this massage.

The use hands, forearms, elbows, feet and knees will also be used to do massage. Together these actions result in a comprehensive full body treatment that is carefully created to your specific issues, while improving circulation, increasing flexibility,  boosting the immune system and balancing the body energetically.

Some of these conditions may be greatly improved by Thai  Massage:

  • Nerve entrapment or nerve pain
  • muscular injuries and soreness
  • repetitive use conditions
  • arthritis or inflammatory issues
  • digestive issues
  • chronic fatigue syndrome
  • high blood pressure
  • breathing difficulties
  • and many other medical conditions


"Just finished my first session with Jamie, a Thai yoga massage. First let me say, even though it is in a home studio, totally professional . She and her studio both make you feel comfortable and relaxed.  I left feeling relaxed but energized. For a first visit, I couldn't be happier and would definitely recommend Healthfully Living." B.D.

The Origins of Thai Yoga Massage

Millennia ago, a dynamic bodywork therapy based upon Yoga and Ayurveda practices, appeared in the temples of Thailand.

This therapeutic art was directly rooted in the healing traditions of Ayurvedic medicine. Historically surviving as the man most renowned for performing Thai Massage, Jivaka Kumarbhaccha was a renowned doctor and yogi, he treated the Buddha, among others.

After the Buddha’s passing, the earliest Buddhist monks traveled to Southeast Asia and were accompanied by Ayurvedic doctors. These doctors practiced a healing art, and medicine, that would later evolve into traditional Thai Massage.