How to book
Call reception to check availability on
0208 341 1098 or email: [email protected]
Yoga Centric Muswell Hill
80 Muswell Hill, London N10 3RU.
Downstairs inside Sweaty Betty.
Traditional Thai Massage
Traditional Thai massage is based on an ancient healing system that works to manipulate and stimulate energy lines within the body using a combination of assisted yoga postures and broad and targeted acupressure. This massage can be tailored to treat a specific area or medical impairment as well as promoting a more general sense of well being and relaxation. It will leave you feeling invigorated, rejuvenated and much better equipped to deal with the stresses and strains of your London lifestyle.
Acupressure Chair Massage
Using a specially designed chair this massage targets areas of tension around the back, neck, arms and scalp. Drawing on elements from both the Indian and Thai tradition it is particularly effective at increasing mobility and flexibility around the neck and shoulders, expelling tension and fatigue caused by habitual behaviors such as using computers or driving and combating lower back pain. This is the perfect quick and easy treatment for those who struggle to find the time to invest in their mental and physical health and well being.
Benefits of Massage:
- Reduces Anxiety
- Increases Circulation
- Boosts Immunity
- Lowers Blood Pressure
- Relieves muscle aches and strains
- Improves sleep quality
- Generates more flexibility.
- Promotes Lymphatic drainage.
Coming from a performance background Abi has always had a keen interest in the power the body can exercise over the mind and vice versa. Having worked as a masseuse in London for four years giving Indian Chair and Head massage in 2015 Abi qualified in Thai traditional Massage at the famous Wat Po school in Thailand. Since then she has worked as a massage therapist as well as a yoga teacher in both South East Asia and London. Abi has found that combining these two disciplines which perfectly complement one another has given her a deeper insight and respect for the intricate relationship between body and mind.