My name is Nina, I am qualified Thai Traditional Massage from Wat po, the famous massage school in Bangkok, Thailand. I passionately love my job as I truly feel rewarded regard helping my clients feeling relaxing, releasing and free some aching or pain in their muscles. A lots of time I easily found their muscles tensions, knots or tightness with my experience, knowledge and understanding about how muscles works. After massage, my clients offen feeling lighter from session, muscles has been released and stimulating blood circulation. I am now having my regular customers and fully booked almost every week. If you having experience of head ach, muscles aching, or want to relax please email me directly email@example.com or book your appointment following www.purethaitherapy.co.uk Hope to see you soon. Nina
Welcome to Pure Thai Therapy,
I am Nina, I live in Sheffield 10 years already. I have gained Thai Massage and Thai reflexology from Thailand since 2004 from Watpo Thai Traditional Massage School in Bangkok, Thailand. I have started to work as a self-employ as a Thai Massage therapist at Physio Therapy Sheffield and now I join Wellspring Complementary Health Centre group on Holme Lane, Sheffield in Hillsborough area. I have been trained and gained Swedish and Aromatherapy massage from the experience and successful beauty salon called The Relaxation Den.
I am now using combination technique between Traditional Thai Massage and Western Massage for using with individual clients. Most of my clients prefer a deep massage to gentle as it is applied to each client needs.
Mobile Massage to your comfort home within 5 miles from S6 4JQ also available from Monday - Friday (1-hour minimum order) with CRB checked.
Thai Massage is a unique and powerful therapy combining acupressure, gentle stretching, and applied yoga. It is ideal for anyone regardless of age, state of health or level of flexibility.
Thai Massage is done on a floor mat with comfort wear or underwear requiring.
Thais have long recognised that most musculo-skeletal pain and lack of mobility of the joints is the result of muscles shortening under the influence of repetitive strain.
For the Thais this is not surprising. They regard balance and unimpeded flow of Sen as vital for good health. A good Thai massage achieves this and can correct emotional problems as well as physical ones.
The pressing techniques of Thai massage prepare muscles for stretching by increasing their permeability to the flow of Sen energies. The manipulations are designed to stretch the muscles a little more than would be possible unaided.
First time recipients of the massage react differently; some find the pressing techniques – particularly those done with the thumb a little uncomfortable; others are shocked at the degree of stretching their stiff body can achieve.
Almost all feel relaxed, refreshed and much more flexible afterwards, and those who have regular Thai massage come to enjoy the deep pressure techniques and spectacular manipulations.
What benefits to expect after a Thai Massage
*This form of massage is unsuitable for pregnant women or people with serious injuries
Located at Wellspring Complementary Health Centre 22a Holme Lane, Hillsborough, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S6 4JQ.