Thai Foot Massage
Thai foot massage uses traditional Thai yoga massage and reflexology techniques on the feet, ankles and lower legs to improve flexibility, increase circulation and release muscular tension.
The session leaves you and your feet feeling both relaxed and invigorated.
How can Thai Foot Massage help me?
Both stimulating and relaxing, Thai foot massage may bring the following benefits:
- Improve circulation in the feet and legs – great for diabetics & pregnant women
- Stimulate lymphatic drainage – removing toxins and boosting immunity
- Encourage flexibility of the feet and ankles and relieves tension in the legs
- Promote general wellbeing and better sleep
Thai Foot Massage is particularly popular with cyclists and runners because of the muscle tension release it brings to the lower legs, feet and ankles.
What happens in a session?
A session lasts an hour and follows a sequence which covers the knees, lower legs and feet using oils, working dry and using a specialist massage stick to work reflex points.
It’s best to wear loose trousers that can be rolled up to the knee, and you will need to remove your shoes and socks. The session takes place on a massage couch.
How will I feel after the session?
After the session, you may feel very relaxed or you might feel refreshed, or both! Your feet and legs may feel tingly with the increase in circulation, they might feel looser and your feet may feel lighter than when you arrived.
As with all massage, you will need to ensure you drink plenty of water following the session, and take it easy for the rest of the day.
How much does it cost?
Thai Foot Massage can be enjoyed as a one-off hour session and costs £50.