To nurture the soul with loving kindness
Daily stress and activity causes tension in the muscles of the body.
Likewise, emotions can become trapped inside the body’s deep-tissue and internal organs.
Thai massage uses breathing, acupressure, and stretching techniques to reduce stress and tension… but also, to revitalize the body energetically—releasing these stored emotions.
What is Thai Massage?
Metta means “lovingkindness”. A Thai Masseuse uses this spirit as he works in a calm and meditative mood, moving along the energy lines of the body to heal the receiver
- and emotionally
The receiver simply relaxes in comfortable clothing while being guided through a few postures on the floor, supported by blankets, bolsters, and pillows, hence the name, “Lazy-man’s yoga”.
A smooth harmony between giver and receiver promotes a peaceful atmosphere where time seems non-existent—a place of holistic healing.
The Roots of Thai Massage
Traditional Thai Massage originated over 2,500 years ago. The physician Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha, a close friend of the Buddha, created this technique in India. He applied elements of Ayurveda and Yoga to develop a system of massage that opens the energy lines of the body so it can heal itself naturally. This knowledge traveled into Thailand alongside Zen Buddhism, where it is still widely practiced unto this day.
FOUNDER | Ka’el Bey
Along my early journey I searched for a solution to pain, stress, and unpleasant emotions. I learned that living a healthy life was my cure: through faith, yoga, and eating right.
I became a certified yoga teacher in India where I discovered Thai Massage. After learning the basics, I immersed myself in the study of massage at a school in Thailand.
Now I have returned to share my passion with others. To nurture the soul with lovingkindness is my mission. Please enjoy the rejuvenating effects Thai yoga massage has to offer.