Savasana Therapies

Traditional Thai and Indian Massage in Royal Tunbridge Wells

1. Enhanced Energy Flow


Thai massage works from the belief that tightened muscles lead to the diminished flow of energy in your body. When energy can’t flow freely, you become inflexible, suffer pain and feel stiff. Overtime, this leads to shortened muscles and connective tissue all of which speed up aging and disability...

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2. The skeletal & muscular system


Bone is affected indirectly by massage. Improved circulation of blood brings oxygen and nutrients to the bones. Thai Massage demonstrated a positive effect on biochemical markers of bone density and formation...

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3. The nervous system


When we are stressed, our bodies involuntarily respond by upping our adrenalin levels. This triggers an automatic response from our nervous system, which releases a ‘stress hormone’ called cortisol. Studies have shown that massage is one of the most effective ways of reducing the production of cortisol...

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4. Circulation system


Massage can improve the flow of blood, which can help poor circulation and lower the blood pressure. When you have a massage, the cortisol production levels are lowered so your blood pressure lowers as a result...

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5. Respiratory system


As you become more relaxed during a massage, respiration may become slower and deeper as you are using your diaphragm for breathing and expending less energy. Some of the massage movements, such as cupping, can relieve chest congestion...

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6. Improved mental wellbeing


Massage has been reported to increase levels of serotonin, dopamine and neurotransmitters in the body that help reduce depression. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that regulates a person’s mood, hunger and sleep...

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