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Indulge in the ultimate Thai foot massage experience to soothe aching feet and relieve tension and pain instantly. Starting from only £45.

What It Is

Thai foot massage, also known as Thai foot reflexology, is a relaxing and invigorating massage technique that targets the knees, the lower legs, and the soles of the feet. This massage technique has been used for more than 2000 years. According to Easter Healing Traditions, there are ten major energy lines that control the flow of energy in the body – and many of these lines can be found in your feet. In Thai foot massage practices, these lines are known as Sen lines. Ancient Eastern medicine believes that due to the stresses and environmental toxins that come from our every-day lives, these lines can become “blocked” and eventually lead to illness and disease. So, it’s up to us to help you get back on your feet and feel grounded again.

How It Works

Thai foot massage heals your soul – through your soles ! Your feet have over 7,000 nerve endings that connect to other organs and systems in your body. A qualified massage therapist will apply pressure to these points by using their fingers, palms, thumbs, knuckles, and a rounded Thai massage stick. By stimulating these nerve-endings, Thai foot massage helps unblock the energy and toxins in your feet, leaving you feeling rejuvenated, relaxed, and refreshed. Book a Thai foot massage appointment today and improve the blood circulation in your legs and feet and experience physical healing and well-being.

What to expect

Simply prepare for your session by removing your socks and ensuring clean feet. Once ready, your skilled massage therapist will begin the Thai foot massage, employing their hands and a Thai foot stick for certain techniques.

At Asiatic, we understand that everyone has unique preferences and sensitivities. That’s why we encourage open communication with our therapists. During your Thai foot reflexology session, feel free to voice your preferences and communicate any specific concerns or desired pressure levels. Our expert therapists are dedicated to customizing your experience to ensure your utmost satisfaction. Our dedicated team is committed to tailoring the foot massage to align effortlessly with your specific needs, ensuring a truly personalized and enjoyable experience.

Our recommendation

As you indulge in the gentle manipulation of your foot’s reflex points, remember to embrace relaxation by letting your mind unwind, releasing tension from your body. Take deep breaths, close your eyes, and surrender to the soothing rhythm of the massage. After the session, don’t forget to hydrate your body with plenty of water, as it helps flush out toxins and maintains overall well-being. Consider incorporating regular sessions of Thai foot reflexology into your wellness routine to experience long-lasting benefits such as improved circulation, reduced stress, and enhanced energy levels.

The Benefits of Thai Foot Massage

Relax and reduce stress

Foot massage reduce stress and helps you feel deep relaxation. Stress cannot be avoid but reflexology reduce stress by generating deep, tranquil relaxation.

Improve circulation

By reducing stress and tension, reflexology allow miles of cardiovascular vessels to conduct the flow of blood naturally and easily.

Rebalance the whole system

Thai foot reflexology cleanse the body from toxins and impurity and helps the all the systems of the body function more efficiently


More info on Thai Foot Massage

There’s no denying that Thai foot massage is heavenly. Is it, however, effective? Yes, it is a resounding yes!

Thai foot massage is based on the reflexology principle, which is the practise of massaging specific pressure points on the feet that correspond to various organs and systems in the body. This contributes to overall health and well-being.

So, if you’re looking for a way to unwind and rejuvenate, Thai foot massage is a must-try!

When it comes to how long a foot massage should last, there is no wrong answer. Everything is determined by your requirements and preferences.
If you only have a few minutes, a 30-minute massage may be all you need to reenergize your feet.

A longer 90-minute massage is available for a more relaxing experience. You can also get an hour-long massage to really pamper your feet.

Whatever length of time you choose to massage your feet, the important thing is that you do it.

Foot massages are not only relaxing, but they can also help with pain relief, circulation improvement, and stress reduction.

So, take a break from your hectic schedule and pamper your feet. at Asiatic.

A Thai Foot Massage is a form of therapy that that has been practiced for centuries in Thailand.

This type of treatment incorporates pressure on reflexology or acupressure points as well as massage to open up the Thai Sen Energy Channels, and enhance the flow of Vital Life Force.

It is possible to do it with or without the use of massage oils or creams. There is more stroking and sliding when oil is used. When there is no oil, more acupressure manipulations, mobilisation, and stretches are used.

To work on the feet, the Thai massage therapist may use the thumbs, other fingers, knuckles, elbows, forearms, knees, feet, and various tools (often wooden sticks).

The client usually sits back in a soft, comfortable chair.

The practitioner would either sit on the ground or on a small stool. A Thai Foot Massage treatment is frequently recommended.

A Thai foot massage is a deeply relaxing and healing treatment.
Using the hands, thumbs, and elbows, the massage therapist applies pressure to the feet and lower legs. This type of massage is said to help with circulation, pain relief, and stress reduction.

Typically, you will be seated in a comfortable chair with your feet resting in a basin of warm water during a Thai foot massage.

The massage will then begin, with your therapist focusing on each foot and lower leg in turn.

The massage usually lasts 30-60 minutes, and you should feel refreshed and energised after the treatment.

This question has no one-size-fits-all answer; it is dependent on your specific needs and preferences.
However, we can provide you with some general guidelines to assist you in deciding how regularly you should get a foot massage.

If you are under a lot of stress, you may require a foot massage more frequently than someone who is not.

If you live an unhealthy lifestyle, you may require massages more frequently than a person who is fit and healthy.

And if you have any medical conditions that can be aided by massage, you should get massages more frequently than someone who does not.

In general, we recommend getting a foot massage at least once a week. However, if you find that you require it, you may need to increase it to 2-3 times per week.

It’s simple to prepare for a foot massage!
You might wish to take off your socks and shoes well before massage.

First and foremost, some preparation is required.
A good foot soak in warm water for 5-10 minutes before a massage will help clean and relax the feet.
If desired, we can add a few drops of scented oil.
When finished, pat the feet dry with a soft, warm towel.

The massage therapist will begin by massaging your feet and lower legs once you’re all set up. You can either relax and enjoy the massage, or you can provide feedback to the therapist on what feels good.

The therapist will usually recommend drinking plenty of water after the massage to help cleanse out any toxins that were released during the massage.