Thai Hot Compress Massage

Thai Hot Compress Massage in Coventry, at Almond Tree Holistic Therapies Clinic, by a Qualified Massage Therapist.

Our Thai Massage is a wonderfully relaxing heat treatment massage, combining fragrant Thai herbal compresses with firm pressure to improve muscle tone, reduce tension, inflammation, aches and pains.

Each compress contains an aromatic blend of beneficial herbs, including lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, tamarind, acacia and ginger. The compresses are gently steamed before using these to massage the legs, back, arms, and shoulders and facial area. The massage combines Eastern massage techniques to roll, knead and relax the muscles, allowing the absorption of the herbal compounds through the skin to work on the underlying tissues.

Warming, relaxing and detoxifying, this massage is a luxurious treatment, promoting a deep sense of well being.

The massage begins with a short consultation to discuss your medical history and ensure there are no contra indications to the treatment. You may choose to have a full body treatment (75 minutes), or you may prefer the massage to focus on the back, neck and shoulder area (40 minutes). Following the massage, you are encourage to relax and rest before being offered a refreshing drink and discussing appropriate aftercare advice.

Thai Hot Compress Massage
for a 75 minute massage.

How To Book

1) As appointments can book up quickly, it is advisable to first check availability & book in, by contacting 0785 2929532 (texting is usually easier) before paying.
2) Once booked in, you can pay via PayPal by clicking the 'Add to Cart' button below & completing payment, or pay with cash on the day of your appointment

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Please note there are medical conditions where a Thai Hot Compress massage is not recommended, these include if you have a fever, if you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol, during the first 3 months of pregnancy, if you have cancer and are currently being treated, if you have a thrombosis, DVT, diarrhoea or vomiting, if you have infectious skin disorders, acute infectious diseases, recent surgery/scar tissue. In other instances it may be necessary to check with your GP before booking a treatment, for example if you have diabetes, cancer, very high/low blood pressure, any kind of heart condition, trapped/inflamed nerve, cuts, abrasions, bruises or swellings, sunburn, medical oedema, undiagnosed pain, whiplash, inflammation, localised swelling, undiagnosed lumps/bumps, osteoporosis or epilepsy. If you have any questions regarding this information, please contact me to discuss your concerns .