A Healthy Blend
Ayurvedic Thai Massage Balances the Body
In these times, many are struggling with all the outside stressors pulling people in every direction. Not only is this exhausting, but it can also take a toll on physical health. It is difficult to know where to turn to achieve some type of balance in life.
This is where Ayurvedic Thai massage can help. This ancient massage technique, which melds yoga, therapeutic massage and Ayurvedic healing, has been used for years to help calm the mind, relax the muscles and heal the body. Ayurvedic healing is one of the oldest forms of holistic healing, having been used for over 3,000 years. The belief is that to achieve balance one must heal the body, mind and spirit.
“Thai massage is a floor technique utilizing yoga movements and full-body compressions to help open up your body and improve your range of motion. These deep compressions will leave you relaxed, relieving stress, and may also help in managing or reducing chronic pain,” says Ryan Miller, licensed massage therapist and graduate of Irene’s School of Myomassology, who specializes in pain management and rehabilitation. “Balancing one’s energy is also essential to calming and relaxing the body. Thai energy lines, also known as Sen, are key points in the body that when triggered can bring a better sense of calm and stability throughout the body and even help with cleansing the organs. The Sen can be key to the calming of both the mind and body, thus bringing balance in Thai massage between therapeutic and energy work together.”
Ayurvedic healing and Thai massage combine energy work along with physical movements and stretching that help bring about total balance.
For more information, contact Ryan Miller at 248-933-6038. Rhythm in Remedy is located in the Authentic Living Center, 2525 Crooks Rd., Ste. 101, Troy. Authentic-Living-Center.com.