Further Professional Activities

2009   Studies in Naturopathy at a hospital in Calicut/Kerala with Dr. Jacob Vadakanchery
Teaching activity in TTYM with Dr. Jacob Vadakanchery
Since 2007 Coaching for Massage-Therapist and Instructor in TTYM, worldwide
Frequent teaching activity in Thailand
Since 2004 Instructor for TTYM at Adult Education Centre in Constance/Singen/Germany
Therapeutic Masseur for TTYM for the Professional Cycling Team ViRD, Dolomity/Italy
Since 2003 Therapeutic Masseur for TTYM at the Tennis Club Constance e.V.
Since 2000 Therapeutic work in cooperation with various Physicians, Orthopaedics, Neurology, Psychotherapy in Constance/Germany

Therapeutic Masseur for TTYM at the Senior Citizen Residance Tertianum and Rosenau in Constance/Germany

Since 1997 Therapeutic Masseur for TTYM at serveral Hotels and Spas in Germany (incl. Steigenberger Insel-Hotel and Hotel Mercure-Halm Constance/Germany)
Since 1981 Sales Training Seminar at Lancome-Training Center Bonn/Germany



Interviewer ( Markus Poguntge, Journalist ):

Good afternoon Petra Schwier !

You run a successful centre for Traditional Thai Massage (TTYM) in Constance in southern Germany, Döbelestraße 40, D-78462.

What prompted you to take this life path? What was your motivation?

Petra Schwier ( Health Practitioner, BfG ):

Well first I worked for several years in the field of cosmetics, wellness and health management. This is what I had been trained and educated in. I practiced this kind of work for years and gained a great deal of valuable experience from it. From this time, I began to understand the need for a holistic approach of “treating a person as a whole”. I also became familiar with important business aspects of demand and sales, in my case for cosmetics- and wellness products; I learned how to organize sales, and am a trained retail salesperson. During these years, I also became more and more acquainted with the area of wellness services (massage, meditation).

My primary motivation for devoting myself to Traditional Thai Massage stemmed from my wish to therapeutically treat the person as a whole, including physical and emotional / spiritual aspects.

M. Poguntge:

Did some kind of key experience play a role in this ?

P. Schwier:

Yes! The massage itself !

I had been feeling a bit run down and had been looking for a healing massage technique that would rejuvenate both body and mind, treating both.

That was the first time I encountered the technique of Traditional Thai Yoga Massage ( TTYM ).

M. Poguntge:

What was it about this technique that so impressed you ?

P. Schwier:

Above all, I was impressed by the health promoting effects of the technique Traditional Thai Yoga Massage ( TTYM ) and by the fact that it involves variation in its sequences and yet is deeply meditative at the same time.

Both of these components are still important for me today.

M. Poguntge:

Do you practice a particular form of Traditional Thai Yoga Massage ( TTYM ) ?

P. Schwier:

Yes, among others, that of the Wat Pho and of my private instructors and masters.

I have named some of them on my website.

M. Poguntge:

Is there an official job description in Germany for practicing this kind of technique and with the kind of training / education you have received ?

P. Schwier:

Yes, I am officially a Health Practitioner, as per the German “BfG” ( Berufsverband für Gesundheitspraktikerinnen ). I belong to this association.

The German Society for Alternative Medicine ( Deutsche Gesellschaft für Alternative Medizin, DGAM ) is the umbrella association for this. I operate my massage centre and school as a recognised Health Practitioner under this association.

M. Poguntge:

With what kind of needs and expectations do people visit your massage centre ?

P. Schwier:

My clients come to me because they sense they are receiving a holistic treatment that is individual and which targets their specific, individual symptoms.

M. Poguntge:

You have mentioned a school at your institute ?

Whom do you teach, Ms. Schwier ?

P. Schwier:

I teach everyone who would like to learn and is seeking his or her way to Traditional Thai Yoga Massage ( TTYM ).

I offer training in small groups or individually. I also teach other medical or healing professionals, such as physicians, physiotherapists, masseurs, healing practitioners or yoga instructors seeking an enriching supplement for their careers. This they find at my institute.

We work together, to allow them to become proficient at this technique for their own services.

But I also expressly offer my training to non-professionals who can start with my beginner courses for Traditional Thai Yoga Massage ( TTYM ).

At the moment, I am focusing on communicating with managers and directors of Thai and Australian health spas & resorts and encourage them to contact me. Any spa or resort interested in improving its portfolio and employee performance in the service area of Wellness and Health Management or who already offer Traditional Thai Yoga Massage ( TTYM ) but would like to improve it can benefit greatly from my knowledge and experience.

M. Poguntge:

Why have you selected the countries Australia and Thailand in particular ?

P. Schwier:

Because, aside from Germany, these are the two countries in which I’ve gathered the most experience, professionally and privately. In Thailand, I learned the original form of Thai Traditional Yoga Massage ( TTYM ) at Wat Pho. In Australia I was also able to make professional and private contacts in this area.

Although these two countries represent entirely different cultures and each bear a different kind of significance for me, I love the openness and the strong life that I find in both of these nations and their people.

I feel close to both of these countries, this is a part of my cosmopolitan nature.

M. Poguntge:

What is it that you can offer a Thai spa or resort ? What would you improve ? Where would you see your tasks ?

What ideas would you realise ?

P. Schwier:

I would like to work in Thailand, or in another Asian country, in an environment in which I can most optimally put my knowledge and skills to use for the benefit of all involved:

  • I am well-educated and highly qualified in Traditional Thai Yoga Massage. As a certified instructor of the method, I can train staff for health / wellness in Thai Massage and teach them the basics, more advanced techniques, and special therapeutic techniques for targeting specific health problems.
  • As a certified beautician, I am educated in the areas of dermatology, anatomy, nutrition, cosmetology (theory and practice), business and economics, fitness, psychology and management. I have also completed training and received certification as a health practitioner, acquiring further knowledge in the areas of medicine, physiology and psychology – all of which I can employ to the benefit of these spas & resorts.
  • Due to my retail background in a perfumery, I possess knowledge and skills in the areas of customer consultation, sales and interior design. I have experience with sales of high-quality articles (cosmetic care products, textiles, bijouterie and more). Also from this time, I have knowledge of accounting, product range organisation and personnel.
  • Since 2000, I have been running my own school for TTYM in Constance, Germany. I train my students for all levels of TTYM – from basic courses to the mastery of complex massage sequences. I also work as a supervisor for people who provide therapies themselves.
  • I have travelled extensively in Africa, Australia and, in particular, Thailand. Through my travels I have gotten to know and understand different cultures and mentalities. This is something I can employ to the benefit of a spa or resort by actively supporting and facilitating intercultural understanding in teams and between masseur and client. This understanding is key for the harmonious contact required for effective treatments, be they more simple beauty treatments or therapeutic TTYM intended to alleviate serious health problems.

M. Poguntge:

Where do you see a concrete need for improvement in Thai spas & resorts ?

P. Schwier:

I feel that my qualifications and experience can particularly benefit spas & resorts where there is a need for intercultural understanding, where specific demands and requirements must be considered.

Today, guests at a hotel / spa / or luxury resort in Thailand not only expect luxurious hotel standards and wellness offers. They also expect health treatments that fulfil and preferably exceed the highest demands. Stressed clients from Japan, USA and Europe are not only looking for relaxation in the classic sense, but true mental and physical regeneration, healing, and beauty treatments.

That’s why demands on the staff of a modern spa are so high:

  • They have to be highly qualified in several areas of classic health and wellness applications, and particularly in Traditional Thai Yoga Massage ( TTYM ). Guests at a Thai luxury resort are going to expect an authentically Thai treatment.
  • Staff must have knowledge of psychology, know how to deal with difficult or mentally exhausted clients.
  • Basic medical knowledge is indispensable for providing quality counsel to clients.
  • Cosmetic training is necessary for high-level beauty treatments.
  • I find it really important that staff have sales talent and can professionally promote a spa’s products.
  • Finally, the staff of a top resort must be well versed in intercultural understanding. They need to know their guests’ cultures so that they may understand guest requirements. A guest should have the complete feeling of being understood and accommodated, of receiving excellent advice and of having his or her health- and possibly also mental or emotional needs catered to. The world traveller today can find luxury just about anywhere – but the Thai culture, the Thai art of healing, is absolutely unique and can only be experienced in Thailand.

So much for what I consider to be the demands on personnel of a first-class hotel.

The problem is that native staff often cannot afford thorough education or training in these areas. They have, at best, basic knowledge of TTYM, acquired by “learning by doing” and “trial and error” with guests – the guests of these spas & resorts !  Just one mistake, one poor treatment, is costly for a spa. The guest will not return if he / she doesn’t have the feeling that quality service has been provided – if it is sensed that only a very superficial massage was given, without any therapeutic depth. Another point is the language ability of many hotel staff members. Often it is limited to a few key phrases, not really enough for a differentiated consultation or sales promotion. Often, understanding of Western culture is lacking – only few spa- or hotel staff members in Thailand have ever even been to a Western country.

M. Poguntge:

How would you sum up your planned activity at Thai spas & resorts ?

P. Schwier:

I see myself as a catalyst and coordinator for the interdisciplinary establishment and implementation of a wellness offer at a Thai spa or resort that is culturally heterogeneous, varied and multi-layered – uniting different cultures. I would like to assist spas & resorts interested in the wonderful technique of Traditional Thai Yoga Massage ( TTYM ), who view it as a true enrichment of and valuable supplement to their wellness service portfolio.

M. Poguntge:

Do you also support the set-up of new wellness areas in Thai spas & resorts ?

P. Schwier:

Yes !  Of course.

I make a clear division between assistance to already existing structures and assistance to entirely new structures. Each requires different skills and management qualities.

I can provide valuable help to a Thai spa or resort interested in newly introducing Traditional Thai Yoga Massage ( TTYM ) in their wellness areas, accompanying them along the way. And, in general, I can significantly contribute to any spa or resort striving to improve their “Wellness & Health” service offers.

M. Poguntge:

Ms. Schwier, we thank you for this interview and the insights into your complex field of activity.

Last question:

What do you hope for the future ?

P. Schwier:

First, I would also like to thank you for this interview.

What I wish for most is that my clients achieve satisfaction with their lives, through themselves – and this can be achieved through Traditional Thai Yoga Massage ( TTYM ).

Markus Poguntge, journalist:

Thank you very much Ms. Schwier, I wish you all the best.


In addition to the professional competence Petra demonstrated, she also gave the group a feeling of comfort and security. As a layman, I felt taken seriously. The group was well-instructed. The additional philosophical and spiritual background aspects rounded off the course for me. Thank you very much!

Sybille Gunter, Essen


With the “basic course” for Traditional Thai Massage that I learned with Ms. Schwier, I am going to expand my offered services in my physiotherapeutic practice. The course truly inspired me! We intensively learned a great deal and yet there was always time for fun in-between. Ms. Schwier is so lively and friendly that the group was relaxed and cheerful from the beginning on.

Werner G., Physiotherapist, Berlin


With her excellent, professional competence and pedagogical ability, Ms. Schwier gave our group very good training in Traditional Thai Massage (“Advanced Course”). We had plenty of time to intensely practice and as “guinea pigs”, had the chance to relax wonderfully. With calm, balance and ease, she answered all of our questions thoroughly. The course atmosphere was very pleasant, the room well-decorated in harmony – you just felt good in there.

P.S. Physician, Freudenstadt


Receiving a massage from Petra is like being on vacation. You can relax, let yourself go, you feel totally refreshed afterwards. Petra removes tension and opens you. She can make you laugh, and cry, a nice release for the soul. Petra’s massages do me a world of good. Thank you for your skill! The introductory course I participated in was very interesting. For me, it was an exciting weekend over the course of which I learned a lot about myself. Petra is excellent at conveying her knowledge and massage techniques. She convinces with what she does and it’s obvious that she truly enjoys teaching and sharing her life experiences.

Carolin Seile, PTA, Konstanz


My regular massages from Ms. Schwier give me the energy to overcome personal and job-related crises. They also give me vitality, emotional stability and a sense of well-being. The joy of physical movement has been reawakened for me.

R. G., Physician, Konstanz


I’ve been going to Ms. Schwier for massage treatments for years and every time I go I feel so wonderful afterwards: full of energy, relaxed and balanced. Thanks so much!

L. R., Retired, Zürich


Thai Massage Treatment:
Stress and other physical symptoms disappear; relaxation and energy return. Petra is great at targeting your specific need. Wellness at its best. Thai Massage Introductory Course: Great way to become acquainted with the world of Thai Massage. It’s incredible how much is learned, enough to be able to carry out the first baby steps of Thai Massage on your own. Petra creates a wonderful atmosphere.

M.Poguntke, Engineer, Konstanz


Ms. Schwier, You have healing hands.

Guest at the Steigenberger Inselhotel, China


My “tennis arm” is gone. I haven’t had any back pain for months – and every visit is so relaxing.

K. B., Lawyer, Konstanz


While searching for a birthday present for married friends of ours, we found the flyer for the Thai Massage School. We decided to buy a gift certificate and spontaneously signed up for the introductory course too. It was an amazing weekend. We laughed so much. There was a great atmosphere, lots of fun. Thank you very much. After the introductory course, I was so enthused about Thai Massage that, half a year later, I took part in the basic course. Since then, my life has changed. I sense a whole new self-confidence, inner balance and satisfaction as a practicing Sen masseuse. I have my insecurities under control. With Petra, I feel like I’m in good hands, both as a client and as a student. I really can’t thank her enough. But here’s a try!!!

Your friend, Marion (and Siggi Bertel), Konstanz


Dear Ms. Schwier,

For the past two years, I’ve been coming to you for massages. And they are so good!!!!!! To express my thanks, I would like to share the effect that I experience: first of all, there’s the big appetite after every massage, I can always eat a horse! You’ve noticed that when you “tickle” the right nerve, my stomach already growls. I always have a big feast after every visit, and I enjoy this little tradition. I’d miss not having the appetizer. As you know, I am an avid concert- and opera-goer. I used to feel muscle tension after hour-long performances, depending on my seat location. Today, I sit totally relaxed and without tension, even if I have side seat. After a six-hour Richard Wagner evening, all I’m left with is the positive stimulation from the music, and not muscle tension and fatigue. Your massages are particularly valuable to me for my everyday business work. As you know, I have a strenuous job – a job with which many become easily stressed, just as I used to myself. Now I’m able to handle this stress, and even when the work is piled on, I am able to just “get it done”. In the evenings, I feel good. I used to feel exhausted. As a result, I’ve become a musical person again, living out my creativity in the evenings. Even those life crises that come up every now and then are now much easier to handle with a good physical and mental condition. I would just like you to know all this.

With warm regards,
Erich Majerle, Lawyer, Schweiz


Ciao Petra,

Let us tell you what effects the Thai Massage we have been receiving for the last year has had:

  • Stabilization and stimulation of the immune system
  • Inner, mental barriers became clear and were opened
  • I have moved from inner tension to inner peace and balance; I feel as though I am in flow
  • The frequency of sexual thoughts has increased and sexual experiences have improved with regard to quality and quantity (increased potency)
  • Concentration has vastly improved
  • There is more calmness during the day, a more even temperament
  • Self-confidence has increased
  • Physical flexibility has increased and muscle structures improved
  • Greater ability to emotionally open and project out
  • Tension in neck has been reduced; blockades in back / spinal discs have been reduced.

Warm regards,
Dietmar & Matthias, Konstanz


Dear Petra,

Thank you for the massage treatment – it’s really so much more than a massage. Thank you for your hands – which also hold and give stability. Thank you for your kind words, which touched my heart. It is difficult to put into words what a Traditional Thai Massage does: Petra, your authenticity and the joy with which you do your work makes it a pleasure. It’s something really special, this openness, this happiness which rubs off on the client and which the client can take with him/her. Petra is like the sun. She not only touches your body, she opens your heart and your soul, and lets it shine.
Thank you for being you. Hug,

Kerstin, PTA, Konstanz


Although I have been interested in Massage for years I didn’t have the intention to study Traditional Thai Yoga Massage when I came to Thailand. But after some time being a tourist I decided to that in Chiang Mai. I luckily met Petra, what opened new gates for me, having the option of a very experienced teacher and a one-on-one-setting. After my two courses learning TTYM and foot reflexology with her I’m pretty confident of becoming a good practitioner. I’m thankful for that interesting time, full of information and practice, what exposed new visions of my self.

From Matthias.


Training and Certification

Wat Pho Traditional Medical School, Bangkok

  • Basic course certificate

Alternative Medical Practitioner, P. Hetzel, Freudenstadt

  • Basic course certificate
  • Therapy 1 Certificate
  • Therapy 2 Certificate
  • Sen Therapy Certificate, with officially recognized registration as a Sen-Therapist in Wat Pho, Bangkok and in Germany with P. Hetzel

The Old Medicine Hospital, Bangkok

  • Intermediate course

Thai Massage School (TTM), Chiang Mai

  • Foot-reflex-zone massage, Certificate for Beginners
  • Foot-reflex-zone massage, Certificate for Advanced Students

Madame Lek Chaiya, Private School / Private Teacher, Chiang Mai

  • Nerve Touch Certificate for Advanced Students

Thai-Massage School Namo, Chiang Mai

  • Foot-reflex-zone massage

Training as Thai Traditional Yoga Massage Teacher, Under The Instruction of Pasqualino Tommasone, Ingersheim

  • Sen-Teacher Certificate

Training as Health Practitioner

  • Training as health practitioner for vitality and relaxation, Berufsverband für Gesundheitspraktikerinnen BfG in Hannover with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Alternative Medizin DGAM (German Association for Alternative Medicine)

Start of Business

  • 2000 Opening of my own massage treatment center and school for Traditional Thai Yoga Massage in Constance, Germany at Lake Constance.

Regular seminars, workshops and training units in Europe, Australia, Thailand, India and Africa.

Europe: 12 years

Australia: 3 years

Thailand: 6 years

India: 1 year

Africa: 1/2 year

Traditional Thai Yoga Massage Coaching Program

To promote successful and effective massage treatments or the opening of own businesses, I offer every student individual coaching according to the principles of Traditional Thai Yoga. This coaching is compact, comprehensive and designed to meet the individual needs of the student:

  • Smooth and effective massage treatments
  • Starting your own business
  • Location analysis
  • Interior design of massage rooms
  • Management (advertising, setting up customer files, making appointments, pricing)
  • Client-oriented behavior
  • Supervision

Time:    : 1 hr.

Price: 70,- euros

Individual, to be arranged


Introductory Course

Course content: Various movement sequences are introduced with the aim of familiarizing the participant with TTYM.

Price: Group 160.- euros, individual 180.- euros  

Basic Course

Course content: Targeted streching-, lengthening- and pressure-point techniques are learned, as well as the ten Sen lines (energy lines). A full-body-massage unit of 1.5 to 2 hours is learned. Basic massage positions in supine, prone and seated.

Price per person, single: 1400.- euros
Price per person, group: 1200.- euros

The basic course is set up in such a way that participants are able to independently give TTYM with the therapeutic essentials by the end of it. It is recommended to participants to supplement this with the intermediate course. Here intensive techniques for relieving pain are learned, and TTYM knowledge and skill is deepened and completed.

Intermediate Course 1

Course content: In this course, we learn a special TTYM technique involving the muscoloskeletal system in which there is a targeted mobilization. Based on the client’s individual needs and symptoms we select specific acupressure points (marmas) to work on.

Price per person, single: 1400.- euros
Price per person, group: 1200.- euros

Intermediate Course 2

Course content: Intensified knowledge of acupressure point stimulation learned in Intermediate course 1. Emphasis: We will get to know and locate the marmas in the stomach, pelvic region and in the chest. The course takes organic dysfunctions into consideration. A very intensive way to remove blockades in the Sen (endergy lines).

Price per person, single: 1400.- euros
Price per person, group: 1200.- euros

Advances Course

Course content: Building on what was learned in the basic course, futher techniques for massage, acupressure and streching are learned to complement your daily work as a practioner. Selected illnesses and their treatment are covered.

Price per person, einzeln: 1400.- euros
Price per person, group: 1200.- euro

Original Thai Foot-Reflex-Zone Massage

Course-content: Intensive immersion into the gentle and empathetic foot-reflex-zone systen of TTYM. The integration of foot-relaxation techniques and the loosening of joints is learned. Discover and learn the body’s “map” on the feet. The foot-reflex-zones are located and massaged with a combination of finger techniques and the use of wooden stics. Focus is placed on specific systems, such as the central nervous system, the breathing system, and the digestive-, urogenital- and endocrine system.

How do I integrate a foot-reflex-zone massage into a TTYM-full-body-massage?

Price per person, single: 640.- euros
Price per person, group: 540.- euros

Every foot has 7.200 nerve endings that stand in a relation to the different organs and parts of the body. Foot-reflex-zone massage in a relatively simple yet highly effective way to achieve deep relaxation and maintain health. It strengthens the immune system, mobilizes self-healing processes and has a powerful and positive effect on the nervous system, circulation and overall sense of well being.

Traditional Thai Yoga Massage Coaching Program

To provide you with personal or professional support, I offer individual and traditional massage coaching. My aim is to help you become more secure and self-confident in your work as a masseur and/or to help you organize the business side of things.

To promote successfull and effective massage treatments or the opening of own businesses, I offer every student individual coaching according to the principles of Traditional Thai Yoga. This coaching is compact, comprehensive and designed to meet the individual needs of the student:

– Smooth and effective massage treatments
– Starting your own business: Location analysis
– Interior design of massage rooms
– Management (advertising, setting up customer files, making appointments, pricing)
– Client-oriented behavior
– Supervision

Price: 70 euros.

The Medical Basis of TTYM

TTYM is a form of physical therapy comprising reflex-zone stimulation, acupressure, breathing techniques, meditation and elements of Hatha Yoga (gentle stretching and lengthening exercises). Through the holistic effect of the full-body massage – body, soul and mind are brought into harmony.

Course participants and masseurs activate specific nerve endings in the skin and muscles referred to as “receptors”. These send signals via the lower section of the spinal cord to the Thalamus, the “gate of consciousness”. The thalamus is connected to the sensory fields of the cerebral cortex. Here, touch is consciously experienced.

Joining the Thalamus, the Hypothalamus controls the hormone system. Through the vegetative nervous system, it also controls the inner organs. Should their functions be disturbed, the Hypothalamus can bring them back into balance. Strongly tied to this is the limbic system, the “emotional brain”. Depressions originating here can be alleviated through TTYM and balance re-created.

Advantages of Traditional Thai Massage Education

The advantages of TTYM:

As a medical practitioner, the TTYM courses will allow you to offer a supplementary, non-insurance-related service for the benefit of your patients.

TTYM can be your opportunity for a new career start: either in the form of independent self-employment or as a second income to your main one.

With these training courses, you can practice TTYM all over the world, internationally and individually.

TTYM is well-suited as a supplement to other forms of therapy, such as orthopedics, physiotherapy, psychotherapy and yoga.

TTYM training offers physicians, health practitioners, alternative health practitioners, masseurs and other professionals a chance to expand their therapeutic techniques and supplement them with an alternative and future-oriented healing method.

TTYM allows a high degree of mobility. You can visit your clients in their hotels, their private homes or their workplaces. You determine your own working times.


TTYM training is suitable for anyone who enjoys the sense of touch, and warm and loving contact with other human beings. It is also well-suited for all those in helping-/healing careers, such as:

  • Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Physicians
  • Physiotherapists
  • Masseurs
  • Natural health
  • Practitioners
  • Yoga trainers

But also non-professionals will greatly benefit from these courses. No previous medical knowledge is necessary!

Anybody who is in the Medical fields can be benefited in this Thai Massage learning.

Full Body Thai Massage

The full body Thai massage requires friendly, peaceful and soothing atmosphere. The massage room with large and comfortably padded futon will already set  you, your body, and your soul into a state of deepest relaxation and well-being.

This state of relaxation and pleasant surrender is utilized by the masseur for carrying out movements that are targeted and healing, including stretching, deep and empathetic pressing, light tapping, and a warming- and energy-balancing laying of hands. Energy lines and points in all parts of the body are located by touch, explored and therapeutically treated. Muscles and tendons are loosened, gently stretched and made supple. Warm energy flows through the body, refreshing the spirit and relaxing the mind. Through the removal of blockades, energy is released, balanced and stabilized. Every part of the body is relaxed, breathing flows slowly. Among other conditions, TTYM (Traditional Thai Yoga Massage) can relieve headaches, neck aches or tension, backaches, insomnia, migraines, exhaustion or nervous tension.

Therapeutic procedure for the TTY full-body massage

  • Foot-reflex-zone massage opens the circulation of energy
  • Acupressure on the energy lines (Sen lines) of the legs.
  • Yoga positions, stretching and lengthening of the legs.
  • Stretching and lengthening of the arms, the back and the legs in a lateral position.
  • Stretching and lengthening of the arms, the back and the legs in a prone position.
  • Acupressure of the energy lines of the arms and hands, stretching and lengthening of the muscles.
  • Shoulder-, back- and leg massage with stretching while resting on the stomach. In a sitting position, head-, neck-, shoulder- and back massage, and stretching.

The full body Thai massage is completed with a gentle head- and facial massage.