Amora Thai Spa is moving home!!
Exciting news! After moving into the shop on Green lane back in November 2011, Amora Thai Spa has grown and even though we have loved our time and the many memories it holds, we feel the time is right to move to a new home.
On Saturday 29th September we opened our doors for the last time on Green lane.
But don't worry, we are not going very far and will be opening our new shop very soon!
So keep checking the website and our Facebook page for updates as this exciting new chapter in Amora Thai Spa's history unfolds.
We are so excited about this opportunity for us to grow and we are looking forward to seeing you again very soon!
Traditional Thai massage is more than just physical, but works to create harmony between mind, body, and spirit. As you can see, the benefits of traditional Thai massage include those of other types of massage, such as improved circulation, release of muscle tension, mobility and flexibility, as well as stress relief.
Thai massage helps to reduce the individual's stress levels and improve their overall circulation. This is accomplished by the gradual movement of the person through different yoga-like positions.
Thai massage helps to release muscle tension, enhance flexibility and energise patients’ bodies. Thai massage can help with detoxification by energising the lymphatic system – the system which boosts the immune system and eliminates metabolic waste products, excess fluid and bacteria from your body. It relieves tension, stress and anxiety and helps to clear and calm the mind.
Thai Massage is a blend of different styles which has been passed down through generations of family tradition. In turn all of our therapists have been trained to the same high standards enuring your massage is out of this world! Thai massage uses point pressure, muscle stretching and compression in rhythmic movement of gentle rocking.
Thai Full Body Massage
Thai massage is an ancient form of massage practised in Thailand. It is performed on a thin mat, laid on the floor. Our therapists use hands, feet and elbows to apply pressure to important points along 'energy lines' on the body, in combination with gentle yoga stretching techniques.