Treatments

GET AT LEAST 15% OFF PRICES NOTED BELOW BEFORE 12 PM

(For 60 mins or more ONLY discount apply)

OPEN 7 DAYS 9:30am – 7:30pm

TRADITIONAL THAI MASSAGE

30 mins – $45

60 mins – $75

90 mins – $99

120 mins – $129

THAI AROMATHERAPY MASSAGE

30 mins – $45

60 mins – $75

90 mins – $105

120 mins – $135

THAI SPORTS MASSAGE

30 mins – $45

60 mins – $75

90 mins – $105

120 mins – $135

THAI HOT STONE MASSAGE

30 mins – $59

60 mins – $89

90 mins – $129

120 mins – $159

FOOT REFLEXOLOGY MASSAGE

30 mins – $45

60 mins – $75

BACK, HEAD, NECK & SHOULDERS

20 mins – $30

40 mins – $55

WE HAVE OTHER TAYLOR MADE OPTIONS THAT WILL SUIT YOU SO PLEASE CONTACT US TO DISCUSS

 

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Contact Info

  • Unit 5/8 Inverness Road, Browns Bay, North Shore

    Opening Hours : Monday – Sunday : 9.30 am – 7.30 pm

    0211399643

    092146482

  • Email: sabayjaithaimassage@gmail.com

Enquiry

Why Massage

Thai massage has many benefits for the individual. It uses the gentle pressure on energy lines and the yoga-like stretching to relax the whole body on a deeper level. This deeper level of relaxation improves the individuals' personal outlook, and their emotional status.
Traditional
Thai Massage
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Unlike Western massage styles, the Traditional Thai Massage focuses on circulation and pressure points, promoting internal health as well as muscular flexibility. Treatment often begins with the feet and gradually moves upwards towards the head. The body is gently arranged into four positions (face-down, face-up, side, and sitting position), which enables the masseur to perform a variety of exercises that would be otherwise unworkable.

Rhythmic compressions, rolling of limbs, and gentle rocking are Thai massage methods employed in order to relax and realign energies in the body. Varying amounts of pressure are applied to energy lines (or ‘Sen’) along the body in accordance with the Ayurvedic principles of balancing one’s energy.

Elbows, feet, knees, and forearms are used to execute certain strokes and manipulations, making the experience quite physical for both parties. Finding oneself in the lap of a masseur, though occasionally surprising, is not uncommon and serves to augment a deep stretch.

Thai
Aromatherapy Massage
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Thai aromatherapy massage is a combination of traditional Thai massage and special Thai and essential massage oils.

Aroma massage harnesses the body’s sense of smell to help relieve stress, boost moods and improve general wellbeing. However, contrary to popular belief, aroma massage isn’t all just about scent. The oils from fruits, plants, herbs or flowers are also carried into the blood stream when rubbed into the skin.

Aroma massage involves the use of essential oil which has been extracted from naturally-occurring materials. Because they’re natural there is less chance of developing allergies to them. Essential oils are far from being a new phenomenon, despite being considered by some to be “new age”. In fact, they’ve been around since ancient times and are used in cultures around the world.

Additionally, the carrier lotions and oil that essential oils are blended into help smooth your skin and give you healthy looking skin.

Sports and Foot
Massage
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Sports Massage

Regain your freedom of movement. Sports Massage is ideal for professional and amateur athletes or anyone living with joint, muscle or tendon pain. This particular method is a combination of acupressure, muscle compression, joint mobilisation and stretching depending on your needs. Major improvements start with your first session, muscles and joints unlock after many years of stiffness and pain.

Foot Reflexology Massage

Foot Reflexology Massage is a relaxing therapy involving gentle foot massage. Sensitive, trained hands detect imbalances elsewhere in the body. By working on these points on the feet, tensions are eased in the whole body.

Hot Stone
Massage
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Hot stone, our therapist will uses smooth heated volcanic stones, either as an extension of their own hands, or by placing them on the body while they massage other parts of the body massage. The heat can be both deeply relaxing and help warm up tight muscles by increasing the blood flow so the therapist can work more deeply, more quickly.

Whilst everyone can benefit the Hot Stone treatment is best suited for clients who are prone to being cold day-to-day or has mild circulatory problems.