Thidarat Poyen is a Thai massage therapist, licensed and certified as
Massage Therapist from the Ministry of Public Health in Thailand. She
has learnt and practiced Therapeutic Thai Massage/Thai massage for
Health at the Lanna Thai massage Traditional Medical school under Thai
Ministry of Public Health and Thai Healing Alliance International. She
is also certified in Aromatherapy treatment from the Thai Oasis spa
school in Chiang Mai, Thailand accredited and recognized by the National
Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Body work (NCBTMB) in
Thidarat is using different massage techniques to
relax and relief stress and tensions for well-being and to actively
promote circulation throughout your body.
« My specialty is a relaxing and healing massage. I
loved learning about the body and how could help people physically
mentally and energetically.
My passion has always been helping people and through massage I am able
to do so. I love assisting my clients in deep relaxation, pain relief
and healing. I work with my clients to customize each session to target
their needs based on how they feel and what
their body intuitively tells me. »
You never really need an excuse for a massage
becomes more a necessity just like working out and eating healthy.
Study after study keeps touting the benefits of massage. As a result,
many executives are changing their mindset from thinking of massage as a
nice treat to thinking of massage as an essential item in their routine
that helps them perform at the top of their game.
Massage frees thoughts
business world is fast-paced and stressful. Sometimes people need to
stop their mind and relax in order to solve a problem and think of a
better solution. When you are so focused on something and stressed out,
you have blinders on and don’t see the whole picture. You just see what
is in front of you. Massage lets executives calm down to think clearer
and get a better picture, improve brainpower and productivity.
it’s more than just the dim lights, calming music and healing touch
helping the body to relax. Research suggests that frequent massage
reduces cortisol, which is a major stress hormone, suppressed immune
system function and obesity. Massage can help you boosting your immune
system. If you want to avoid taking time off for being sick and stay
healthy during cold and flu season, having a massage on a regular basis
increases the activity level of the body’s white blood cells that fight
Try scheduling a massage on the way
home from work the day before. It will help you relax, relieve work
stress, reboot your mind and sleep better, so you are ready to tackle
the next day feeling completely refreshed.
Neck Back Shoulder Head massage
Neck Back Head and Shoulder hold much of the stresses of everyday life. This massage is beneficial especially for those with office syndrome. Sometimes the muscle knots are commonly found in our neck, shoulders and upper back which cause a painful, headaches and difficulty sleeping. In this case a massage to these areas with "Trigger Point Release" technique will help decrease tension and promote blood/oxygen flow, releasing anxiety and relieve you from headaches and migraine.
Deep relaxation massage
This soothing and gentle massage through the use of essential oil with a combination of strokes and acupressure techniques will help you relieving everyday stress, anxiety, depression and giving an overall feeling of well-being.
Deep tissue massage
This massage combines a variety of techniques including Thai, Swedish and Deep tissue, is about giving deep pressure and stretching movements combination with the application of oils, cream or balm to help relieves sporting related muscle aches, improves circulation and the athlete's ability to recover after intense training. We will tailor each session to meet your specific needs.
|Neck – Back – Shoulders – Head massage
|Neck – Back – Shoulders – Head massage||60 min||75 €|
|Deep relaxation massage
|Deep relaxation massage
|Deep tissue massage
- Wednesday from 6PM to 8.30PM
- Friday from 2.30PM to 8.30PM
- Saturday from 10.00AM to 4PM