Thai massage



Thai traditional massage

Thai traditional massage or "Nuat phaen boran", as it is called in Thai, is a treatment technique that strengthens and balances the body's energy systems.

No oils are used in the Thai massage and you keep loose-fitting clothes on during the treatment. The masseur uses not only his hands, but forearms, elbows and thumbs to treat acupressure points on different parts of the body to improve circulation, relieve pain and increase mobility.

At Uggla we have taken the traditional Thai massage to Stockholm and adapted it to a massage bench, which means that some of the stretching that is normally involved and performed on the floor in a Thai massage is removed.

Available in 50 and 75 min treatments.

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Online price

50 mins
828 kr
75 mins
1238 kr

What is Thai massage?

Thai massage is a form of massage that originated in Thailand and has its origins in Buddhist monasteries. It has been influenced by various teachings from India, China and other countries in Southeast Asia. Thai massage involves the use of hands, feet, knees and elbows to massage muscles and stretch the body. Many people describe Thai massage as a deep and energising experience that creates a sense of well-being.

History of Thai Massage in Stockholm

Thai massage
Thai Massage in Stockholm

Thai massage has its roots in East Asia and the massage technique has been used for over 2500 years. It is said that it was the Buddhist priest Shivago Komarpaj who developed the technique of Thai massage. He used massage as a tool to help people relieve pain as well as recover from various illnesses. Thai massage then spread to Thailand where it became an important part of traditional Thai medicine.

How Thai massage can help you

Thai massage is a deep tissue massage that can help relieve muscle tension and increase joint mobility. It can also help to increase blood circulation and both relieve stress and fatigue. Many people also experience a sense of well-being and relaxation after a Thai massage.