|The relaxation massage consists of the therapist applying gentle to medium pressure of the hands to the body, gently manipulating the tissue to promote relaxation. It is not a deep tissue massage. It is not designed for working the deeper muscles of the body, but just a gentle kneading and rubbing of the outer layers of the body tissue. It will cover a wide range of areas on the body including the back, legs, arms and neck.
During the relaxation massage, the patient can remain quiet and simply explore their own personal thoughts in their head, or they can chat with the therapist if so desired. The session can be personalized to be exactly how you like it.
Many live their stressful lives day to day without taking any time off just for them. Everyone deserves a well needed moment of relaxation and this massage is just the right technique for that. It will relax your mind and body, giving you a break from the stress of your life. The length of the massage will depend on how long you would like it to last.
Relaxation massage is a smooth, gentle style of massage designed to improve circulation, range of movement, relief minor muscle pain, and promote overall relaxation. Most people don’t take enough time off for themselves anymore. It’s about time you’ve pampered yourself with a relaxation massage!
What to expect:
During a relaxation massage session at Sabai Thai Spa, the patient will remove most of their clothing and lie on a warm massage table, with a sheet and blanket draped over the body. This massage takes place in a quiet, comforting environment, with soothing music and candlelight in the background.
Please arrive 5 – 10 minutes early, as to be able to relax before your relaxation massage begins. Perhaps a cup of tea and some slippers may help you to prepare yourself to receive your relaxation massage. We recommend at least 1 hour for your relaxation massage, but 90 minutes is preferred by our therapists to offer you the best experience possible. Your can upgrade your relaxation massage with an Indian head massage to top it all off.
After the massage, your spa therapist may suggest a blend that you can use at home in between massage treatments. You can use straight essential oils in diffusers to add aromatherapy scent to the air, or you can bring home a bottle of aromatherapy oil for topical application at home. Bath salts, soothing body oil, ginger tea
- don’t eat a heavy meal before the massage
· if it’s your first time at the clinic or spa, arrive at least 10 minutes early to complete the necessary forms. Otherwise, arrive 5 minutes early so you can have a few minutes to rest and relax before starting the massage.