Dry Thai Therapy

Dry Thai therapy, also known as Thai yoga massage or Nuad Bo-Rarn, is a type of bodywork that originated in Thailand over 2,500 years ago. This therapy is based on the principles of energy flow, known as “sen lines,” which are similar to the energy meridians used in traditional Chinese medicine.
Dry Thai therapy is typically performed on a mat on the floor, with the client fully clothed. The therapist uses a combination of acupressure, joint mobilization, and assisted yoga stretches to release tension and improve energy flow in the body. The therapist may use their hands, feet, elbows, and knees to apply pressure and manipulate the client’s body.
Unlike other forms of massage, Dry Thai therapy is interactive, with the therapist and client working together to achieve the desired results. The client may be asked to participate in deep breathing exercises, or to move their body in specific ways to facilitate the stretches and movements.

The Benefits

Here are some benefits of dry Thai therapy in points:
Overall, dry Thai therapy can help to restore balance and harmony to the body, mind, and spirit, promoting overall health and well-being.

3 easy step

How It works?

01 Preparation


The first step involves preparing the body through a hot shower or steam bath to help relax the muscles and open up the pores.

02 Massage


The second step involves receiving the massage, which incorporates techniques such as acupressure, stretching, and deep tissue massage to

03 Relax & Rehydrate

Relax & Rehydrate

The final step involves taking time to relax and rehydrate with a warm cup of herbal tea or water, allowing the body to fully absorb the benefits of the massage.