Thai Massage Supplies, Tools & Equipment - Herbal Balls, Mats & Pillows

Although Thai massage incorporates parts of different modalities into one relaxing experience, Thai Massage Supplies are unique to the treatment. A healing art that blends gentle pressure with stretching techniques drawing influences from yoga, meditation, Ayurvedic, and traditional Chinese medicine, authentic Thai massage depends on proper positioning using mats and bolsters. Since some of the therapeutic principles may be similar to Swedish or deep tissue massage, massage tools like herbal massage balls and aromatic massage oils are necessary as well. Massagewarehouse.com proudly offers a full inventory of Thai Massage Products at low prices. Shop confidently with our Price Match Guarantee, exceptional customer service, and efficient shipping options.

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  1. Sa-Wan Herbal Ball (2 Pack) Sa-Wan Herbal Ball (2 Pack)
    $17.59
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  2. Thai Herbal Massage Balls, Coconut Thai Herbal Massage Balls - Coconut Thai Massage Balls
    $18.59
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  3. Thai Kneeling Mat NRG® Thai Massage Kneeling Pad - Kneeling Mat
    $20.79
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    4  Reviews
  4. Sa-Wan Thai Herb Ball Steamer Sa-Wan Thai Herbal Ball Steamer
    $83.59
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    Thai Massage Kit Thai Massage Essentials Kit includes Thai Massage Folding Mattress, Positioning Pillow, Kneeling Pad & Massage Bolsters
    $416.66 $354.16
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    7  Reviews
  6. Thai Positioning Pillow NRG® Thai Positioning Pillow
    $28.99
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  7. Thai Massage Mat NRG® Thai Massage Mat - Thai Folding Mattress for Massage
    $294.59
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    9  Reviews
  8. Sa-Wan Taste Of Paradise Thai Herbal Ball Kit Sa-Wan Taste Of Paradise Thai Herbal Ball Kit
    $185.29
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    3  Reviews
  9. Thai Massage Bolsters, 3Ct NRG® Thai Massage Bolsters - 23"L x 5.5"D - Set of 3
    $72.29
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Thai Massage
Thai Massage

Thai Massage

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


What exactly is a Thai massage?

Thai massage is a type of massage that includes three very specific procedures: acupressure, compression, and passive stretching. This massage uses gentle pressure in key areas to relax the body and improve the range of motion overall. Thai massages can use different techniques and products like herbal bags versus Thai herbal massage balls, but the concept remains the same. This is a deep tissue massage that reduces stress, alleviates pressure and stress, and helps the body stretch gently.

Where did Thai massage originate?

The Thai massage was developed in Thailand over 2,500 years ago. It is an ancient technique that was first developed by Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha. He was an Indian native known as the Buddha's personal doctor and herbalist. Thai massage includes a variety of yoga positions. Bhaccha found this type of massage to be very effective at improving blood circulation and relieving musculoskeletal pain. Unlike traditional massages, Thai massage does not use any oils or lotions. Typical Thai massage products include positioning pillows and mats instead because the focus is on the movement itself.

What are the benefits of Thai massage?

There are several benefits to a Thai massage, starting with the reduction of stress. With the right Thai massage equipment and an experienced therapist, this type of massage can also boost energy to help those dealing with constant fatigue or even depression. Thai massage can also relieve recurring headaches, improve circulation and prevent clots, and it is also known to help improve range of motion. If you suffer from stiffness or soreness, Thai massage techniques can help stretch your body gently to help heal your muscle tissue and minimize chronic pain.

How is Thai massage different from other modalities?

The first thing you'll notice about a Thai massage is that it isn't given on a traditional massage table. Instead, you'll see a Thai floor mat where you will be experiencing the massage. The goal of the Thai massage isn't just to feel relaxed but it is to actually relax the muscles and relieve tension and pain. Typical massages involve a massage therapist who gently rubs the body. A Thai massage therapist will include you in the treatment by pushing your body into different yoga positions and stretching out parts of your body that are particularly tense and stiff.

Is a Thai massage painful?

A Thai massage may be a little less soothing than a hot stone massage, but it should not be painful. With the right Thai massage tools, like a mat and pillows, you should be quite comfortable throughout. There will certainly be moments of minimal discomfort as the massage therapist stretches stiff muscles and joints. If you do feel pain, it is important to mention this to your practitioner immediately. Thai massages should not cause pain to your body in any way.

What tools, products, and equipment are used in a Thai massage?

Standard Thai massage equipment includes mats, pillows, an herbal steamer, and Thai herbal massage balls. These are the most common Thai massage tolls that help make for a comfortable and relaxing experience. Thai herbal elements are typically applied to soft tissue to improve circulation, help with sleep problems, and stimulate the lymphatic system to provide your body with more energy.

Where can I buy Thai massage supplies?

You can find all the Thai massage supplies you need at Massage Warehouse. You will find all of the traditional products needed to offer Thai massages and you can be sure you're getting the best prices, too. With Massage Warehouse's price match guarantee, you will always get the best price and if you don't, we'll match it. Order all of the Thai massage supplies needed for your massage business and get everything delivered straight to your door with Massage Warehouse.

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