A matter of love.
The earliest roots of Thai massage are found in India. The legendary founder of the art is believed to have been a North Indian physician, known as Jivaka (Shivago) Kumar Bhaccha, who was a contemporary of the Buddha over 2,500 years ago. The theory of Thai massage is found in the concept of invisible energy lines that run through the body and the use of acupressure points that, when massaged, benefit the flow of energy and allow treating certain diseases or relieving pain.
Holistic derives from holism, a word in Greek that means "everything." The whole is more important and complex than the sum of its parts. It is possible that the background of an illness or physical pain can be emotional and psychological (not only physiological), and therefore there are a variety of tools to treat an ailment. Holistic massage seeks to work body, mind and spirit through manual techniques carried out harmoniously and methodically, combined with the use of oils, essential oils, sound therapy, reiki and more.
Some physical benefits:
1. Reactivates blood flow, which allows for better cell irrigation (more oxygen and nutrients to cells)
2. Lymphatic flow is reactivated, favoring the general cleansing of the body at the cellular level, eliminating toxins, and favoring the immune system
3. Tones muscles, relieves muscle fatigue and joint pain. Releases tension and improves flexibility.
4. Helps to balance the sympathetic nervous system with the parasympathetic nervous system. Which helps us to reduce stress and anxiety levels and find spaces for deep relaxation.
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Koshas means layers or bodies. And it is the perfect word to remind us that we are INTEGRAL BEINGS, that we have different layers, capacities and needs. My compromise:
honesty and dedication
together we will define the best tools for you
a conscious life