Thai foot massage in york

The Thai Foot Massage (Nuat Faen Boran) is a millenary healing technique which has survived the pass of time, not without a reason! It incorporates elements of Shiatsu, Reflexology, Chinese Massage and Yoga. Reflexology dates back to Egypt 2500 - 2330 BC and traditional Thai Massage to 5000 AC. The original knowledge was a carefully guarded secret kept by the Buddhist monks of the Thai Royal Palace.



It works on the meridian channels, recognised by the ancient Thai healing system. By stimulating its reflex points on the feet, we free up blocked energy which could otherwise stagnate, creating an imbalance and then a health condition. This "distal" work allows the therapist to positively affect certain conditions which would be a contraindication of body massage otherwise, such as inflammation or viruses and infections. The hip, leg and feet are stretched during the session to help open up the channels so that the treatment is more effective.

The use of the Thai wooden stick is gentle but firm to stimulate the lymphatic circulation and open up the solar plexus as well as to work on the reflex points for gums, neck, shoulders, brain, lower back, uterus and so on.

This is a truly therapeutic treatment your feet will thank you for.


  • Boosts the immune system
  • Improves blood and lymphatic circulation 
  • Encourages lymphatic drainage, helping detox the bod
  • Reduces stiffness on feet and on the whole of the body
  • Increases range of motion
  • Helps accelerate healing
  • Relieves stress
  • Improves sleep
  • Elevates the mood
  • Improves concentration and clarity of mind
  • Brings an overall feeling of tranquility, calmness and well being

You can have this gorgeous treatment on your own or buy it as a gift for someone else


  • £40 for 45-minute 

What our Clients Say


"Went for a Thai foot massage on Friday.. after a hard day's work this was perfect, very good use of the Thai massage stick released a lot of tension in my feet.. felt amazing! Would recommend this for everyone.. especially people who work on their feet all day." Lucy Jean S. 28/05/17


PLEASE NOTE: if you have athlete's foot or any other contagious fungus, please refer from booking this session until you have sorted that outSee full list of contraindications of massage here.

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