The Indian masters use heated herbal oils directly on the skin during the massage in order to relieve tension through the skin’s pores.
The basis for effectively performing all of the various Ayurvedic massage techniques is a thorough understanding of the primordial energies of the Five Elements-Ether, Air, Fire, Water and Earth-and of the three basic types of energies, or constitutions, that are present in everyone and everything-Vata, Pitta and Kapha. This knowledge allows the therapist to determine not only which Ayurvedic massage techniques to use, but also how to customize treatments by selecting the proper oils and herbs, and the rate and pressure of massage strokes to maximize the benefits for each client.
In ancient East massage was believed to be one of the most natural and effective sources of wellness and good health. Massage was practiced in almost every home as a preventive measure for various complaints and became a part of Eastern lifestyle and culture.
The theoretical knowledge and practical application spread from generation to generation and reached present as a part of Eastern traditions and heritage. This therapy interconnects masterful Eastern massage technique with spiritual masseur experience and ability to transfer good energy to the customer.
Real massage masters from Thailand work in East-Island. They are prepared to reveal you the ancient East relaxation secrets and relieve you from tension, endowing your body and soul with calmness and pleasure!
Cambodia massage masters use acupressure techniques to find important points on the body that could relieve large areas of the body from muscle stress and pain.
Acupressure focuses on discovering specific points throughout the body that when pushed or are under pressure connect to nerves that will create large reactions throughout specific parts of the body- relieving tension or even causing specific bodily functions to function fluidly.
On an emotional level, the aromas of essential oils have a dynamic effect. The sense of smell is the most primitive of our senses and is linked to the deepest parts of the brain which govern basic instincts, memories and emotions.
Essential oils work on an emotional as well as a physical level to improve one’s general state of health and wellbeing.
On a physical level, because essential oils are made up of very small molecules, they are able to penetrate into our bloodstream and can help many problems. They are used extensively in the spa industry to help ease muscular aches and pains, improve circulation and ease sinus congestion. In skincare products, by penetrating into the deeper layers of the skin, essential oils can have a positive effect on the skin, such as optimising the cellular renewal process, enhancing blood circulation and addressing problems such as acne, eczema and ageing skin.