Coconut Thai Massage Bromley & Shortlands Mobile Service.

Coconut Thai Massage Therapy in Bromley

Coconut Thai massage therapy in Bromley & Shortlands, Beckenham, Penge, Chislehurst. in the comfort of Your Own Home Call or Text us 07427 047705

Enjoy traditional Thai massage in your own home, (Mobile Service ) Thai Combination Massage is based on the Eastern view to health and well-being. It incorporates an acupressure therapy that blends deep tissue massage, gentle stretches and stimulation of acupressure points to instil a perfect balance of refreshment and relaxation. 07427 047705

(Please note this is not a sexual service, please don’t ask).

Natural coconut oils are used in smooth flowing massage strokes to relieve tension in the back, shoulder and neck. Additional benefits include improved blood circulation, reduced stress levels and improved sleep. This treatment can also naturally boost the body’s healing systems.

Established in 2014, we pride ourselves in quality of service to our customers. Our therapists are Thai Girl and English Male and have trained in Thailand, with qualifications from Thailand and the UK.

We come to your home 07427 047705 We Also take Credit Card

Thai Massage is undoubtedly an amazing holistic treatment that uses a mixture of rhythmic acupressure and deep assisted stretches to exercise the body throughout. The techniques involve putting gentle but firm pressure on the body using the palms, thumbs, feet and elbows.

Thai massage is an excellent way to aid your health, well-being and relieve stress. As in Asian countries, massage is a regular part of a person’s lifestyle and not saved for pampering sessions only. 07427 047705

Hot Coconut Oil massage (Full body)

Similiar in style to the Aromatic Hot Oil massage, instead we use 100% pure virgin coconut oil. You will experience the natural aromas of the coconut along with the soothing benefits of the oil on your skin. The coconut oil will be absorbed leaving it soft and no-greasy.

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60 minutes £50

90 minutes £75

120 minutes £90

What is Thai Massage?

Have you been into a massage parlor performing Thai massage?  Have you experienced that incredible feeling of being pampered and knead till your get relaxed and toned? Perhaps you did drive through a massage parlor with a friend and enjoyed what a Thai massage can offer you.  

Well, known in Thailand as Nuad Phaen Boran, the Thai massage has long been considered as one of the oldest existing healing modalities on the planet.  It is oldest in the sense that its history can be traced back to Buddha’s time, which is more than 2,500 years ago.  According to numerous folklores, the Thai Massage was introduced by a Saint and a contemporary of Buddha named Father Doctor Shivago Komarpahj.   This man was also the personal physician of Buddha and the physician to the King of India.

Since its introduction, Thai massage has been known throughout the world as a traditional healing approach used to give mankind an incomparable, ultimate experience of the total body.  It is Asian in its form and like most of its counterparts, the acupressure and Shiatsu, the Thai massage is commonly identified as a combination of yogic Asanas and stretches.

There is one particular function that the Thai massage is about to perform, that is, to strengthen the physical aspect of the person, and to harmonize the energy in the body that may uplift a new life experience.  As a healing approach, the massage is also an interactive manipulation of the body that uses a gentle pressure and passive stretching along the body’s energy lines.   The movements involved in this technique generally work to increase or enhance flexibility in the body, stimulate the internal organs, adjust the skeletal structure, balance the energy system of the body, and alleviate any tension on the muscle and joints.

With the movements involved in the practice of Thai massage, it’s no wonder that the effect it leaves to your body and spirit is uniquely relaxing and soothing.  It could even be energizing.  

Thai massage is usually compared to the traditional Chinese medicine, the acupuncture.  This is perhaps for the reason that the acupuncture works to control the pressure points in the body, which is to some degree the Thai massage is performing.  However, there is a big difference between these two healing techniques, and that lies on the fact that on Thai massage has the capability to stimulate the pressure points with a healing touch.

Today, known throughout the world as a unique healing approach, the Thai massage is deemed as a great tool for preventing sickness and any discomfort.  It is commonly used for sports, being ideal for the injured athletes and groups of people suffering from handicaps or stress.  Perhaps what’s best about this ancient healing approach is that it is highly beneficial for all types of people, whether young or old, active or inactive, healthy or not so healthy. It is for this fact that although every individual responds to the work differently, as some responds in terms of their own experience and current condition, the Thai massage has been used for a number of generations to provide relief or treat the degenerative conditions.  Generally speaking, it does nothing but to promote wellness.

Swedish Style Oil Massage (full body)

Swedish massage is the most commonly available type of massage in the West. If you don’t get massage very often, this may be a good starting point for you. Swedish massage is based on the Western concepts of anatomy and physiology, as opposed to energy work on ‘meridian. 07427 047705

60 minutes £50

90 minutes £75

120 minutes £90

Back Head Shoulder Massage

Traditional Thai Head Back and Shoulder Massage is a great way to relax stress and tension


60 mins – £50
90 mins – £75

Foot Reflexology Massage

The foot massage which includes the lower part of the leg aswell as the feet and involves using a stick which stimulates the reflex points on the feet which corresponds to the internal organs and promotes general health and well being


45 mins – £40
60 mins – £50

Sport Injury Massage

Thai massage is ideal for injuries in most parts of the body concentrating to the areas around the problem zone


60 mins – £75
90 mins – £95

Coconut Thai massage therapy, based in Bromley – Shortlands area.

-Coconut is DBS checked, fully insured and qualified VTCT massage therapist
-Member of Federation of Holistic Therapists association (FHT)
-Member of On Site Massage Association (OSMA)
-Specialised in On Site massage, Swedish massage, Deep Tissue therapy
-Combines different massage techniques from her more than 10 years experience in massage world (Indian Head massage, Aromatherapy, Pregnancy massage)

Certifications

2016 Table thai massage
2018 Pregnancy massage
2017 Deep Tissue Fusion
2018 VTCT Level 3 diploma in Massage Therapy

Area’s we cover Beckenham, Bromley, Shortlands, Penge, Sydenham, Chislehurst, Elmstead, Eltham, Sidcup, West Wickham.

1. Lowers stress

Stress is not necessarily bad. Often, stress can act as a positive motivator that might help push people to perform better and accomplish more in their personal and professional lives. However, too much stress can negatively affect mental and physical health. Chronic, or long-lasting, stress can lead to serious illnesses, including depression and cardiovascular disease. Thai massage uses gentle pressure and stretching techniques to relax the body. A 2015 study found that Thai massage significantly reduces levels of a certain stress marker present in the saliva, called sAA. The researchers concluded that Thai massage is more effective at reducing stress in healthy people than simply resting.

2. Boosts energy

Research has shown that Thai massage can increase people’s physical energy levels. One randomized trial examined the effects of Thai and Swedish massages in people who were experiencing fatigue. The results revealed that Thai massage increased energy and mental stimulation, while Swedish massage was more likely to improve relaxation and sleep. The Thai massage technique is based on the notion of energy lines, or Sen. Most practitioners believe that there are various Sen, or channels, of energy within the body. Sen correspond to different parts of the body, such as the bones, muscles, blood, and nerves. Some Sen also affect the mind and consciousness. These are called subtle channels. The theory suggests that tight muscles cause blockages within different Sen. These blockages reduce the flow of life energy, which results in stiffness, pain, and illness. Thai massage uses different techniques that either open or constrict different Sen to correct the flow of life energy.

3. Relieves headaches

Court-type is a specific form of Thai massage that involves applying pressure to specific energy channels. One 2015 study found court-type Thai massage is an effective treatment for people who have chronic tension headaches. They also had lower measures of tissue hardness, which the scientists measured using a handheld device.

4. Stimulates circulation

Thai massage can promote the circulation of both blood and lymph through the use of gentle stretches. These yoga-like stretches increase blood circulation, which fills the body’s tissues with oxygen. This helps promote cell growth and heart health. One study examined the benefits of Thai foot massage in people with peripheral neuropathy, a common complication of diabetes. The researchers found that this massage helped improve people’s balance. They believe that this is because it improved blood circulation, which, in turn, stimulates the somatosensory system. This is a system that plays a major role in balance.

5. Improves range of motion

Thai massage incorporates yoga-like stretches to reduce stress and improve circulation. The gradual, gentle stretching will enhance the person’s flexibility over time, allowing a greater range of motion. Thai massage may also improve the circulation of the fluid in the joints, or synovial fluid, which reduces friction between the joints. This can improve joint mobility and range of motion. Massage services in BR1, BR2, bromley, South East London

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