Massage Information and FAQ's

What is Traditional Thai Massage?

A blend of pressure point massage using acupressure and muscle stretching. It is an exotic and unique form of massage which releases tension, increases vitality and flexibility and creates wholeness of the mind, body and spirit. You remain fully clothed throughout the massage as no oil is used for a Tradition Thai Massage

Is there anything I should do before my massage?

We recommend you try to avoid having a heavy meal before a massage. This may make you feel bloated and can prevent you receiving the optimum results from your massage.

Will the massage hurt?

Traditional Thai Massage is a medium to firm treatment however our massage therapist will check with you to confirm the pressure you would like. Our experienced Therapist have the expertise and knowledge to offer you the most effective massage therapy to relax your nerves and muscles.

What should I wear?

We recommend wearing loose clothing which you feel comfortable in. We do have items available at our treatment room for you to wear if needed.

Do you accept credit cards?

Yes, on the day of your treatment the balance will be due. We can accept credit, debit cards and cash.

Do you have parking?

​Yes, we have easily accessible driveway parking.

What if i'm embarassed about my body?

We provide a professional massage therapist who over the many years has worked with all body shapes and sizes. We are aware that some clients may have body confidence issues. We are non-judgmental about your body weight, amount of hair, skin conditions, scars, disabilities or any medical conditions. If you would like to discuss any of this prior to your appointment we are happy to chat with you. Our Traditional Thai Massage also allows you to remain fully clothed.

What happens if I need to cancel?

Please contact us as soon as possible if you need to cancel. We totally understand that due to illness or things life throws at us that occassionally people will need to cancel. We do take a non refundable deposit but we can discuss moving this to another date depending on the circumstances.