My work combines techniques of Thai massage, deep tissue and neuromuscular therapy. Relaxation can be achieved through various techniques such as range of movement,  stretching and acupressure.

Athletic performances can be increased and minor injuries can be treated with  trigger points work, soft tissue, myofascial release and other neuromuscular techniques.

Thai massage  known as Nuad Bo Rarn, originated in India over 2500 years ago is one of the oldest healing techniques. Greatly influenced by Yoga is performed on a mattress or firm mat on the floor with the client wearing loose comfortable clothes. No oil is needed most of the time. Thai Massage harmonizes the energies of body and mind by pressing, stretching and  manipulating the body, powerful healing forces are released to ease pain and stress, and correct postural alignment.Through a combination of acupressure, basic Yoga posture, reflexology, deep pressure techniques, stretching, therapist activates the major energy lines known as “Sen” which run from the feet to head. Either thumbs, palms, forearms, elbows, knees, feet and body weight are used to bring the balance of these energies, relaxation to both the giver and receiver as a healing process and an effect of The Sacred Dance.

My personal experience and practice of Thai massage comes from the oldest school in Thailand which is Wat Po monastery in Bangkok. I also studied at International Training Centre in Chiang Mai  in Thailand where I attended teacher training program, and Osteothai massage college in France.

Neuromuscular therapy is a physical or manual therapy specializing in the treatment of soft tissue pain and injury and combines the best selection of soft tissue manipulation techniques developed by the last centuries pioneers in osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy and trigger point therapy.

Trigger point is a hyper irritable spot in soft tissue. It affects not only the muscle where the trigger point is located, but also causes “referred pain” in tissues supplied by nerves.  Trigger point therapy targets these spots to allow muscles to fully extend and work to their full potential.

Deep tissue is a type of body work that targets the deeper layer of muscles in the human body. Firm pressure is used to separate congested muscle fibers.

Myofascial release is a form of soft tissue work which helps increase restricted range of motion by relaxing contracted muscles and gentle manipulation of connective tissue.

“Therapeutic flying” combines yoga, Thai massage and meditation,all mentioned above, as well as a lot of fun…

It is a very efficient way, based on trust, to let go of tension. It could be described as a gentle form of acrobatics, accessible to everyone. As it is based on trust, connection and a gentle form of body expression, it can be enjoyed by both beginners and yoga devotees.