With respect to the Thai Healing Arts are attributed to Dr. Jivaka, most notably the disclosure of the Sen Energy Lines. Being the foundation of Thai Traditional Massage. Many Thai practitioners believe that Jīvaka discovered traditional Thai herbal medicine, therapeutic massage, and other healing practices himself, and treat him as the progenitor of their lineage.
Mr. Pathompon Aiyarattanaruk "Teacher Jack" of Ban Namkhem Bangmung Takuapa Phang-Nga, Thailand.
087-418-1894 or 095-031-9207
Ms. Vipada Pairsuwannarak
Prachautid Rd., Bangkok.
Mr. Insuay Wanna (Trainer) & Mrs. Narumon Panyarat (Assistant Trainer)
195 M.12 Ban Phai Si Thong, Subdistrict Honghin, District Chun, Phayao Province. 50150
Nuad Thai, a traditional Thai massage, has been inscribed on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Nuad Thai is regarded as part of the art, science and culture of traditional Thai healthcare.
The practitioner uses his/her hands, feet, arms and legs to guide the recipient into various yoga postures. It is a graceful, flowing, harmonious dance between giver and receiver, combining rhythmic rocking, palming and thumbing along the sen lines. Deep, sustained pressure ensures that the myofascia, or the muscle's connective tissue, soften and relax in order to release the flow of energy along the sen, and to prepare the client for the large-scale stretches that follow.
You may be sore for a day or two if the muscles were very tight. It is quite common to be sore for a few days after your massage. You can feel tender to touch and this can last up to 4 days. We recommend drinking lots of water and having a warm shower after your massage. answer to this item.