Thai

“I have had many massages, including in Thailand, and Lucy’s Thai Massage was the best I’ve had yet” David Chan, Glasgow

Online and Distance Appointments with Lucy Trend available on Wednesdays and Fridays. 

One to One Online sessions can take two forms:

  1. Online in person session which involves a personalised consultation, incorporating from the folowing: self Shiatsu techniques, Acupoints, Meridian stretching, Mindfulness and guided visualisation. Further self care care recommendations may be made, which can be emailed to you with any useful links etc. Please book as normal and your therapist will get in touch about which online video platform you prefer.  Book an Appointment 
  2. Distance Shiatsu Healing Session. For this you make the appointment as usual but we won’t have phone or video contact during the session because you are resting and receiving and I am doing the Shiatsu diagnosis, and treatment, followed by assessment. I’ll send instructions beforehand, and request a summary of your needs for the session, and afterwards I’ll email or send my observations from the session and any useful recommendations and information for you.   Book an Appointment 

Traditional Thai therapies can help to:Thai Massage single knee to chest

• Reduce stiffness, improve flexibility and posture
• Improve circulation and toxin removal
• Assist the immune system and lymphatic drainage
• Promote restful sleep & clarity of mind 

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Traditional Thai Yoga massage is a dynamic healing art involving massage techniques, pressing, stretching, and passive manipulations that resemble the asana stretches of yoga. It is a truly rewarding experience which leaves you more supple, relaxed & in balance. The receiver wears loose clothing.  90 mins £69.50 or 2 hours £85 Lucy Trend

Thai Foot Massage involves pressing and massage of the feet and lower leg, and a rosewood stick is used to stimulate reflex points on the soles of the feet. It is a very popular  treatment for balancing the energy & is pleasantly restorative. 1 hour £48 

Chi Nei Tsang (Abdominal Detox Massage) is a deep treatment that stems from ancient Taoist traditions. Focusing on the abdomen and the internal organs it can promote a sense of wellbeing and aid digestion, menstruation and fertility. 1 hour £48 

Thai Facial rejuvenation Massage using hot flower compress containing rose, chamomile and other flowers, this blissfully relaxing treat improves muscle tone of the face and benefits the complexion.  One hour (face, neck & décolleté) £48 

Thai Therapeutic Massage is a deep oil massage, incorporating pressure points & stretching techniques,  which tonify & release toxins from deep in the muscles.  1 hour £48

Thai Hot Herbal Compress Massage – by special request only Hand made herbal compresses are steam heated to release the aroma and properties of the herbs, such as Eucalyptus and lime leaf, frankincense resin and borneo camphor. Then they are patted, pressed, pounded and pummelled on the body.  A very tonifying and restoring treatment, adaptable for everyone, relieves muscular tension, deep bruising or torn muscles, good for respiratory ailments, water retention, fatigue, fertility, you name it! Just close your eyes, relax, and melt into a warming Thai reverie.  Treatments are 1 hour £55 or 90 mins £75.00 

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