Traditional Thai Foot Massage 

This ultra-relaxing massage technique is suited for anyone feeling emotionally or physically drained, or just anyone who loves having their feet massaged. 

This treatment is a wonderful stress reliever promoting deep relaxation.  


Traditional Thai Foot powerful therapy Massage is a unique and and an ancient form of therapeutic healing. 

Its roots are in India and it was introduced to Thailand over 2000 years ago by Ayurvedic doctors and Buddhist monks. 

Whereas most Western massage practices focus on tissue manipulation and the working of the muscles and joints.

Thai massage involves manipulation of the pressure points, energy lines and basic body forces which together produce a highly therapeutic effect. 

How does it work?
Thai Foot Massage combines acupressure, energy balancing and stretching with applied yoga exercises. 

Using the hands and a wooden acupressure tool, massage is applied to the lower legs and feet using rubbing, kneading, stretching and vibration techniques. 

The practice is centred around the belief that the body has 72,000 energy lines, all of which run through the feet. 

Pressure points are areas along the energy lines, or Sen Lines, that run throughout the body. 

Working on these pressure points that correspond to the internal organs in the body, we’re trying to free blocked energy, promote overall health and wellbeing.


Traditional Thai Foot Massage is an holistic healing technique that provides relaxation, balance and healthy blood circulation. It helps to encourage general good health and mental serenity. 

  • Stress relief

  • Promotes relaxation

  • Improves circulation in the feet and legs

  • Detoxifies and encourages toxin removal 

  • Boosts the immune system

  • Stimulates lymphatic drainage

  • Encourages physical healing

  • Increases oxygen in the body

  • Reduces stiffness and increases flexibility

  • Improves concentration and clarity of mind

  • Improves sleep

  • Promotes a feeling of tranquility, calmness and wellbeing.


Conditions that may benefit

  • Stress-related disorders, anxiety and depression

  • Back and other ongoing pain

  • High blood pressure

  • Sleep disorders

  • Headaches and migraines

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Leg cramps

  • Gout

  • Arthritis

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Digestive problems

  • ...and many more.

How much for a treatment?

60 minute appointment for £55 - introductory offer £45