Traditional Thai Massage:

Thai massage is very effective for stress reduction and relaxation, reducing muscle tension, getting rid of muscle knots, gaining more range of movement, and managing the discomforts caused by prolonged sitting and alleviating aches and pains. In the past I noticed that my shoulders and neck held a lot of tension due to working for long hours, Thai massage really helped me reduce pain and tension in those regions without the use of pain killers. This is what led me to pursue traditional Thai massage training.
60 minutes $95 – 90 minutes $130 – 2 hours $160

Thai Hot Oil Massage:

Thai hot oil massage provides many benefits removes toxins, is great for the skin and brings very deep relaxation. Helps with depression. Improves lymphatic and circulatory system. Removes toxins from body. Nurtures the skin.
60 minutes $85 – 90 minutes $120 – 2 hours $150

Deep Tissue:

This massage is ideal for those who desire a gratifying and results-driven treatment i.e., athletes, body builders, larger clients, people who are constantly under stress and tension, and those who can never get enough pressure in a massage. After receiving a deep tissue massage there may be some soreness or stiffness to your muscles. This generally doesn’t last more than a day. Ensure that you drink plenty of water and to avoid strenuous exercise the day after your massage to help your muscles heal. Your massage therapist may recommend that you ice certain areas of your body, or that you take a hot bath—depending on what you’re being treated for.
60 minutes $85 – 90 minutes $120 – 2 hours $150

Sports Massage:

Designed for performance and faster recovery. Perfect before or after a work-out. No matter what discipline you are engaged in the physical and social rewards of your focused energies don’t come without a price. After a serious workout your muscles need to recover – they need time and attention. A great way to take care of and tend to your hard-working and often overused and overloaded muscles is through the natural healing art of a soft-tissue treatment.
60 minutes $85 – 90 minutes $120 – 2 hours $150

Swedish(Relaxing) Massage:

Includes techniques that are long and drawn out slowly to relax the client based on the preferred pressure.
60 minutes $75 – 90 minutes $105 – 2 hours $130

Hot Stone Massage:

Hot Stone massage is a form of therapy that follows the same principles of Swedish massage with the addition crafted heated stones. These lead to deep relaxation, and the penetrating effects of the heated stones allows the massage to be delivered without excessive pressure. 
90 minutes $120 – 2 hours $150

Indian Head Massage:

Indian Head Massage is a relaxing Holistic treatment that uses acupressure massage on the head, face, neck and shoulders. It aims to rebalance your bodies energies. Allow 45 minutes.
45 minutes - $60


Thai Foot Massage:

It is said that the knowledge and techniques of this 2,000-year-old massage therapy were the closely held secrets of the Buddhist monks of the Thai Royal Palace; kept alive and passed down through generations.

Thai foot massage combines the ancient healing therapies of Reflexology, Chinese Tuina, Japanese Shiatsu and Indian Ayurvedic yoga. Working with the feet, lower leg and knees.

If you are familiar with Reflexology, Thai Foot Massage works on similar principles.

According to the theory of the practices of acupuncture and acupressure, there are an outstanding 7,200 sensory nerve endings in each foot which are connected to the internal organs that spread throughout the body.

A Thai foot massage applies pressure to particular areas of the soles of the feet.

Hands, fingers, thumbs, knuckles and a rounded wooden Thai foot massage stick are used to stimulates certain areas of the feet releasing blocked energy within the body’s many Sens lines (Thai-based meridians). This helps to balance and restore a healthy flow of energy throughout the body as well as dispersing a buildup of crystals of calcium and uric acid (toxic wastes) ……and herein lies the connection with reflexology.

Eastern culture believes that when these energy lines are blocked, disease or illness can manifest and that true health is a state of balance, inner peace, calm and stillness. The focus is on ‘creating’ health with the mind, body and soul are all interconnected.

60 minutes $65


Cupping Therapy:

 Cupping therapy is a Chinese medicine treatment that, like acupuncture, helps you with stress and chronic aching. This process consists of placing special suction cups on specific parts of the patient's body, which creates suction pressure on them. Patients go for this treatment when they need to relieve any kind of aching, anxiety, or to improve their blood flow and relax. This treatment gives the patient a massage-like experience, which helps them stay happy and relaxed. It also maintains their body's balance and keeps problems such as a sore shoulder under control.

The pressure the cups apply to you when acupuncturists place them loosens your muscles and sedates your nervous system, relieving stress and anxiety. Office workers benefit from this treatment since it reduces back and neck pain, which is a common issue in that line of work.

Cupping therapy has several benefits. It is known to improve digestion, boost skin health, help with respiratory issues, and speed up the recovery time on specific injuries and ailments.

Some of the benefits you will find from a cupping experience:

Enhanced  blood flow

Empowers immunity by increasing lymphatic output

Reduced inflammation

Calms down the nervous system

Stretches muscles and connective tissue

Loosens up restrictions and adhesions in the tissue

General relaxation

Optimizes athletic performance

Maintains overall health and wellbeing
90 minutes $120 – 2 hours $150  


Thai Herbal Compress Massage

Thai Herbal ball massage is a method of treatment utilized in traditional Thai Medicine. This herbal therapy was designed to relieve pain and inflammation. Thai Herbal Compress technique offers several potential health benefits:  It induces deep relaxation, relieve stress and fatigue, boosts both emotional and physical well-being, assists alignment and postural integrity of the body, improves circulation of blood and lymph, and stimulates the internal organs.

These herbs have the following benefits:

PHRAI has the ability to help bronchial symptoms, asthma and colds. These anti-inflammatory properties when applied topically have a deep soothing effect to any contusion, sprain and inflammation of a joint or ligament.

TUMERIC this herb has a cleansing effect on the skin and promotes healing. Tumeric has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties and helps with bruises, joint pain, sprains or muscle pains.

KAFFIR LIME are used for colds, congestion and have antioxidant properties. When applied topically to the skin, the astringent properties help to cleanse the skin.

LEMONGRASS has anti-inflammatory properties and is used for sprains, bruises and sore muscles.

CAMPHOR the crystals from camphor are used in most saunas. Camphor is used for stimulating and dilating effects for the respiratory system. It also has a calming effect on stress, anxiety, and insomnia. Topically, camphor crystals have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties and helps with muscle stiffness, sprains, strains, bruises or swelling.

TAMARIND the whole plant is used medicinally, although typically the leaves are used for topical remedies. Cleanses and purifies the skin, while the antiseptic properties soothe and heal the skin.

CURCUMO The bulb is used to strengthen the muscles tissue of visceral organs. It has been used for the treatment of hot flashes, menstrual pain and chronic pelvic disorders.

ACACIA CONCINNA from the bark, leaves have been used for hair care in India for centuries. The bark contains high levels of saponins which is a mild cleanser.

60 minutes $100 - 90 minutes $140


All plus GST




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Quesnel, BC

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