Thai massage / Osteo Thai

DSC_0193kleinerThai Yoga Massage – The Sacred Dance

Thai yoga massage is a Sacred Dance. It is a holy communion between two people used to unblock energy stagnation. It is essentially an ancient eastern healing technique used as a tool to awaken our spiritual flame & inner therapist. The beautiful art of traditional thai massage is not just about memorising a series of exercises, nor about thinking that we can cure someone of their sickness. It is about learning to give from the heart with compassion & to have deep understanding of the other persons suffering. We are all one. We are reflections of each others strengths & weaknesses. We are all connected. Learning how to give & to receive.. to touch.. to breathe… to feel. When we massage, we dont aim to heal, we aim to help others believe they can & will be healed. When we are connected to the Divine, the healing process happens all by itself. We are just channels to remind each other of this. And thus the dance begins…….

“Feel the presence of their breath & of yours, feel the weight of their body & yours,
acknowledge the beauty of the soul, unify all & move & dance. Ever in ease, with no judgements, for the good of all your brothers & sisters” – Dayalu

Osteo Thai – Its with great love & honour that I am able to share what i have been taught from David Lutt & Arno L’Hermitte who created this unique form of body work, which combines traditional thai massage techniques with the precise & gentle touch of osteopathy, a bridge between the East & West. Traditional thai massage uses techniques inspired by yoga postures which are powerful stretches, using long leverage techniques across muscle groups & acupressure work on energy lines. Osteo thai looks at the body as a whole.


Produce deep & fast relaxation, Increase body circulation, Decrease tensions & stress, Reduce body aches, headaches, migraines & back pain, Improves digestion,

Gives mental clarity, Creates a feeling of lightness, Supports medical treatment.

How are these treatments practised?

Thai Massage, Osteo Thai & the Singing Bowl Therapy are practised on the floor. The Singing Bowl therapy can be practised on a massage table & the client is covered with a sarong. The client should wear comfortable clothing.

How long are the sessions?
Thai Massage / Osteo Thai treaments times variey from 1 – 1.5, 2 hours

Who’s it for…?
Anyone…who has a desire to retain health & well being through either the dance of two in thai massage, Osteo Thai or through the vibration qualities of Singing Bowl therapy. All the treatments have first physical, emotional, energetic & spiritual sides to them.

“Do not stop movement to find peacefulness, find peacefulness within the movement”. David Lutt

“Its like when you shake a duvet & all the feathers are put back into place” – Ross, Jiva Healing Retreat