Thai Foot Massage At The Float Spa

By Camille Pierson
The Float Spa

On Good Friday 25th March, Shelley Goy will be offering ‘Thai Foot Massage’ at The Float Spa.

Thai Foot Massage is a great way to relax and take a break from your daily activities. So why not put your feet up, unwind and get the spring back in your step. Treat yourself to 30 minutes for just £14.50!

What is Thai Foot Massage?

Thai foot massage is the application of pressure onto particular areas of the soles of the feet. The therapist uses hands, fingers, thumbs, knuckles, and a rounded wooden stick with lotion or oil.

In Thailand, foot massage is offered everywhere in public places such as shopping centres, markets, on the beach, on the street as well as in massage shops. It’s always very informal and social; the therapists and clients chat and laugh with each other about their day.

The Benefits:

Thai acupressure performed during a foot massage is the application of pressure to points that lie on Sen (energy) lines and are an indispensable part of therapeutic Thai Massage. Deeply relaxing, the foot and lower leg are massaged helping to increase your energy and improve mobility of the joints, whilst points on the toes work to stimulate the lymphatics of the head & neck.

If you haven’t yet visited The Float Spa, what a great opportunity to come in and meet us. We anticipate that this day will book up fast so don’t miss out and book an appointment with us today, £14.50 for 30 minutes – call 01273 933680.

About the Author:

Camille Pierson
Camille is the managing director of the Float Spa and a Trustee of the Brighton Yoga Foundation. She’s immensely proud of the community she’s built at the float spa and takes real pleasure from seeing yoga & floating transform people’s lives. She’s also a mother of two.

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