Thai Massage

Thai Traditional Massage brings many benefits to the body, mind and spirit. It improves the blood circulation,the muscle strength, relieves muscle tension, removes toxins from the muscle mass and increases joint mobility and flexibility.

 

Performed through your clothes, Thai Traditional Massage leaves you in a state of sublime relaxation.

In-house Wellbeing Treatments
In-house Wellbeing Treatments

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Song Thai Spa
Song Thai Spa

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Thai Herbal Compress Massage
Thai Herbal Compress Massage

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In-house Wellbeing Treatments
In-house Wellbeing Treatments

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Song

 

Song is a qualified and experienced Thai therapist and masseuse who trained in Bangkok in providing traditional Thai massage. She has worked for five years in Yorkshire, especially offering in-house Wellbeing treatments to professional clients in Leeds City Centre. Song believes these ancient techniques will help relieve tight muscles and release stress and tension, thus refreshing and restoring body and mind. Song will talk to clients to help them decide the best treatments to meet their own particular circumstances and needs.

 

Dar

 

Dar is a qualified and experienced Thai therapist and masseuse who has been offering treatments for over 10 years. She worked in a number of prestigious salons in Thailand after qualifying in Bangkok in providing Traditional  Thai Massage.  Dar has qualified to teach Thai massage. She has been working in the Leeds area for over three years now.  Like Song, she is experienced at being able to advise you the best treatment to meet your own particular needs.

Through her knowledge, Dar has been creating herbal balm using Thai and local herbs for over two years now. We use these in our therapies and have them for sale as well

 

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Song and Dar are covered by Therapist Insurance for the business.

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Dar (left) with Song (right)