Thai Yoga Massage is a fantastic therapy for a range of ailments

Barney Green arrived in Glasgow shortly after having travelled and trained in Thailand in 2004. Since then his practice in Glasgow has grown and developed into one of the city's leading Thai Massage practices. He treats clients of all ages and abilities.

Thai Massage for You

The traditional healing massage of Thailand (commonly known as Thai massage) originated in India during the Buddha’s lifetime, over 2500 years ago. As Buddhism spread from India, so did this form of massage. This form of massage involves manipulation using stretching techniques and gentle pressure along the meridians or energy lines of the body. read more

Who can Benefit from Thai Massage

Thai massage helps to relieve tension within the body and can be effectively used for pain relief. It improves blood circulation, balances the nervous system and clears out blocked and stagnant energy. It is appropriate for a range of musculoskeletal problems including back, neck, shoulder, hip and leg pain. This form of massage is especially good for releasing stress and tension, and encouraging relaxation of both mind and body. read more

What Does a Treatment Involve

Thai massage is carried out on a mat, which is laid out on the floor. The therapist uses both their hands and feet to apply pressure to the client’s fully-clothed body and to carry out a range of gentle stretching movements. The therapist focuses on the client’s energy lines (which, in this therapy are called sen lines), with the aim of unblocking stagnant and trapped energy, stimulating specific energy points and encouraging the body’s own life force (or chi) to flow freely and easily. A Thai massage normally lasts up to two hours and clients are advised to wear loose, comfortable clothes. read more